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My most recent acrylic painting. ヽ(´▽`)ノ

My most recent acrylic painting. ヽ(´▽`)ノ

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Bubble tea. ヽ(´▽`)ノ 

Bubble tea. ヽ(´▽`)ノ 


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maztsuoka:

Haru/Rin Eye Contact  From Beginning to End

I didn’t say “I love you” to hear it back. I said it to make sure you knew.
(via abigaillx)

(Source: blk-yeezus)



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kagahimedesu:

If I consider you a close friend chances are I’m gonna be at least a little gay with you

(Source: dropdeadesu)


Ooops I made a flower crown. ;’3



callumbal:

Grave of the Fireflies (1988)

callumbal:

Grave of the Fireflies (1988)


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It saddens me to see girls proudly declaring they’re not like other girls – especially when it’s 41,000 girls saying it in a chorus, never recognizing the contradiction. It’s taking a form of contempt for women – even a hatred for women – and internalizing it by saying, Yes, those girls are awful, but I’m special, I’m not like that, instead of stepping back and saying, This is a lie.

The real meaning of “I’m not like the other girls” is, I think, “I’m not the media’s image of what girls should be.” Well, very, very few of us are. Pop culture wants to tell us that we’re all shallow, backstabbing, appearance-obsessed shopaholics without a thought in our heads beyond cute boys and cuter handbags. It’s a lie – a flat-out lie – and we need to recognize it and say so instead of accepting that judgment as true for other girls, but not for you.