Weeaboos and Pikachus

I read chinese cartoons and watch comics.

mediocreman:

…unfortunately, those nearly bitten off heads are at or near home. And part of the reason is just a question…

jncos:

kids these days have the privilege of looking at anime boobs without playing through a flash game on newgrounds to get them

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omg these are so cute ask me these

moonuncle:

  1. Do you love this shit?
  2. Are you high right now?
  3. Do you ever get nervous?
  4. I heard you fucking your girl is it true?
  5. You getting money?

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galactic-boyfriends:

Priority number one after surviving a terrorist attack is getting drunk with your hot ginger husbando. 

brokencharcoal:

Oberstein/Fernerin Legend of the Galactic Heroes

brokencharcoal:

Oberstein/Ferner
in Legend of the Galactic Heroes

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everythingwrongwithfrozen:

This frame does not feature Shaquille O’Neal.

everythingwrongwithfrozen:

This frame does not feature Shaquille O’Neal.

booksteacats:

my life philosophy

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idea from assassinshota

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planetaryoratorio:

Eureka: “What should I do about all this?! How do I scold her?”

[Psalms of Planets Eureka seveN, Episode 7: Glorious Brilliance]

Eureka: "Thank you for this meal." *smacks Ao’s hand* "Table manners!"

Ao: "… Thank you for this meal…"

[Eureka seveN Astral Ocean, Episode 13: She’s a Rainbow]

I thought this moment was great in episode 12 of AO. I immediately thought back to when Eureka was asking Renton how she was supposed to scold Maeter for running around and making them worry in the original series. It’s such a sweet moment to see how much she’s learned and what would likely be her attitude for her own child if she had to lightly discipline them. She seems very knowledgeable and mature about being a mother! C’:

things that make me hate AO a bit less

i-love-donuts:

Akira Kurosawa (?) explains the 180º rule.

Paprika (2006) Dir. Satoshi Kon

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