god-of-yuri:

Guess it belongs to murasaki-yuri.

god-of-yuri:

Guess it belongs to murasaki-yuri.

(Source: neogohann)

qbj:

Ah yes, my favourite book, GREEEEEEEN.

qbj:

Ah yes, my favourite book, GREEEEEEEN.

sckwiid:

list of people who’re super cute

  • kase
  • yamada
yapitori:

Haha, it is, but I’m actually pretty disconnected to it. I only started using it when I moved to Japan because I didn’t want employers (and now clients) to be able to google me (especially at that time I was drawing a lot of NSFW stuff). And I find that it’s easier for Japanese than “Yapi”. (Once someone becomes my friend, though, I ask them to start calling me “Yapi”)
A thing about Filipino names: we’re a nickname culture and I would estimate that less than half of us actually use the names on our birth certificates unless it’s on official documents. Even our politicians go by their nicknames: Noynoy, Joker, Chiz, etc..
There was a boss at my old workplace whose name was Ompong, and her second-in-command was this big guy called Bunny. I have a college friend named Cookie and I never knew his actual name. We’re so used to ridiculous nicknames that it’s actually entertaining to find out someone’s “real” name because it so… proper.
And if someone is using a normal name, like “Katrina”, ask them what they’re called at home. You’ll probably get something different. (There is another Filipino at work called Katrina. I asked her what she’s REALLY called, and she sheepishly answered “Fernie”). 

yapitori:

Haha, it is, but I’m actually pretty disconnected to it. I only started using it when I moved to Japan because I didn’t want employers (and now clients) to be able to google me (especially at that time I was drawing a lot of NSFW stuff). And I find that it’s easier for Japanese than “Yapi”. (Once someone becomes my friend, though, I ask them to start calling me “Yapi”)

A thing about Filipino names: we’re a nickname culture and I would estimate that less than half of us actually use the names on our birth certificates unless it’s on official documents. Even our politicians go by their nicknames: Noynoy, Joker, Chiz, etc..

There was a boss at my old workplace whose name was Ompong, and her second-in-command was this big guy called Bunny. I have a college friend named Cookie and I never knew his actual name. We’re so used to ridiculous nicknames that it’s actually entertaining to find out someone’s “real” name because it so… proper.

And if someone is using a normal name, like “Katrina”, ask them what they’re called at home. You’ll probably get something different. (There is another Filipino at work called Katrina. I asked her what she’s REALLY called, and she sheepishly answered “Fernie”). 

(Source: naighikariyami)

toastyhat:

some homestuck artists make funny little comics
this is just staged as though it’s funny but it ain’t I don’t know what I’m doing

toastyhat:

some homestuck artists make funny little comics

this is just staged as though it’s funny but it ain’t I don’t know what I’m doing

sassy-rising-angel:

colorfullyfuckedazazel:

genuinewonderment:

sirsquidfish-thefirst:

Do you think that when Steve Rogers sneezes, one of the Avengers goes up to him and whispers, “God Bless America”
Then Steve fucking looks at them like this
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no IT GOT SO MUCH BETTER TONY’S FACE OH MY GOD

thor’s pokerface

iguanamouth:

"youre kind of bad about responding to messages" no i am just bad at things in general

tumblr user:OKAY LET ME TALK ABOUT THIS LITTLE SHIT RIGHT HERE SO-
me:chill