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ifwefallonemoretime:

theorginalmiddlechild:

helenas-hood:

Friendly reminder that yesterday when my mom took me to Walmart she left me alone in the toilet paper section and this guy started hitting on me and I said “Sorry, I’m a lesbian.” and he was like “Oh my god I’m so sorry I thought you were a boy.”

Soda just spewed out my nose

THAT WAS A PLOT TWIST

chamiryokuroi:

what if khr followed shounen logic and their hair matched their flame… think about it

*in 60 years*
grandchild: why are u so bitter all the time
me: *gazes out window*
me: *starts smoking pocky stick*
me: *takes sip of vodka*
me:
me:
me: idk if nezumi and shion has reunited yet bruh

newtongeiszler:

deerhoof:

pearlfey:

seriously though take this personality quiz and tell me what you get. it’s important. 

i got a freaking cottontail i’m a freaking rabbit

uh, guys..

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GUYS

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kubiko:

Prince of Tennis collaborates with Chiba Police Force to help boost

2014 marks the 15th anniversary of Takeshi Konomi's The Prince of Tennis. While the manga may have ended back in 2008, Ryoma Echizen still remains one of the most popular shonen protagonists in recent times. And while his tennis career may still be his passion, it seems as though Ryoma will be putting in a bit of his time in another field – that of police work.

In order to honor the The Prince of Tennis's big 15th year, as well as to crack down on bank payment fraud, the West Chiba Polica Department is teaming up with Takeshi Konomi to bring you this special Ryoma Echizen police force poster, putting a twist on the character’s popular catch phrase: “Your sense of crime prevention still has a long way to go!”

Takeshi Konomi even posted about the poster on his personal Twitter account, explaining that the poster was designed as part of the official “Bank Payment Fraud Prevention Campaign.” Depicting Ryoma in police force regalia, these posters will be found across the western part of the Chiba prefecture.

The Prince of Tennis isn’t the only anime series to team up with law enforcement officials lately. Back in May, Patlabor the Mobile Police ran a campaign with the National Police Agency of Japan to promote bicycling safety. The Prince of Tennis is currently working on production of a new original OVA, The Prince of Tennis II, which picks up after the events of the original series.

[Via NicoTubeAnime]

nerdywithadashofawesome:

nyehpetaleijon:

  • If you don’t watch a series entirely you are not a true fan
  • If you do watch a series entirely you are not a true fan

You are only a true fan if you:

  • are powered by electricity
  • have multiple flat blades
  • spin around really fast

i got so mad then laughed so hard

redtemplo:

micdotcom:

India replaces the Ice Bucket Challenge with the much more sustainable Rice Bucket Challenge 

After seeing the dramatic results from the Ice Bucket Challenge, Indian journalist Manju Latha Kalanidhi was compelled to start something similar, but with an Indian slant. “I felt like doing something more locally tangible. Rice is a staple here,” Kalanidhi told CNN. “We eat it every day, we can store it for months. Why not donate rice to someone who is hungry?”

It’s fairly simpleFollow micdotcom

Go off x1000000

sixpenceee:

Informal infographic depicting evolution 

literallyrad:

literallyrad:

literallyrad:

literallyrad:

literallyrad:

im making friends with the netflix customer service guy

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aw troy

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how sweet of you 

I’M TALKING TO A DIFFERENT ONE AND TROY ASKED ABOTU ME

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I FOUND TROY AGAIN A DAY LATER AND HE’S GONNA HIRE ME AS HIS PERSONAL PUBLICIST 

agent-amazing-fire:

thesiriuseffect:

coolscar:

*every highschool student when the teacher doesn’t show up after 2 minutes* “you know there’s a rule where if the teacher’s not here after 15 minutes we can just leave”

The rule is true. I’ve been set free from a class ten times in one year because of it.

"set free"

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