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bertholdts:

Favorite Characters from Summer 2014 Anime
↳ Tokyo Ghoul: Tsukiyama Shuu

the-white-burns:

ah yes, the most terrifying and aggressive dog ever: the pitbull

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zebeck:

i have this mido memo pad from a midosaka doujin with a kitty mido on every page but i dont write in it so i doodled

sixpenceee:

TOP CREEPYPASTA MONSTERS/URBAN LEGENDS

Creepypasta is a scary story website, that has some genuinely good stories. I remember my first time coming across this website in high school. I got genuinely creeped out and vowed to never go back, but that didn’t work out. Over the years it has been up urban legends have been born. Here are a few of the most popular ones. 

  1. Slenderman: An alleged being who is about 8 ft. tall, with no face. He has black tentacles protruding rom his back and has extremely long and slender arms and legs. There has been online computer games about this dude as well as a brilliant series on YouTube called MarbleHornets that rotate around this being. 
  2. The Rake: A genuinely terrifying creature whose presence is accompanied by loud growl, whispering noises and heavy breathing. The urban legend is a series of stories of people’s encounters with this creature. EvenManHybrid on youtube has made a series of videos revolving around this creature. 
  3. Ben DrownedI’m not too familiar with this story but it revolves a Majora’s Mask cartridge that is haunted by a ghost named Ben. Give it a read. 
  4. Jeff the KillerIn all honest this is not a scary or even a good creepy story at all. For some reason this legend became pretty popular, probably because of the picture associated with the story. Creepypasta Wiki has actually deleted the story from their page because of how poorly written it was. 
  5. Smile Dog: A good creepy urban legend about a haunted image that drives it’s viewers to insanity. All of the victims claim they have been visited by a dog like creature called “smile dog”
  6. Squidward’s Suicide: A creepy story writeen by an intern that worked at Nickelodeon. This is a “lost episode” that feature horrific imagery revolving around the death of Squidward. It’s downright depressing.
  7. Lavender Town Syndrome: A creepy story that is about a peak in children’s suicide rates between the ages of 7 and 12 shortly after the release of Pokemon Red and Green in Japan. 
  8. Mr.WidemouthA popular urban legend about a girl who makes a friend in a forest. She should of listened to her parents when they said, “don’t talk to strangers.”
  9. Suicidemouse.aviAn urban legend based of off an old, unseen Mickey Mouse episode. 
  10. Eyeless Jack: Another story about a boy who receives visits at night from an unfriendly creature

Be sure to check out my masterpost of everything creepy for more lists like these. 

moeskine:

SOUMAKO  WEEK:  DAY 5 established relationship // confession

you can blame corporal-raviolli for this.

chaos7:

panhikattack:

chaos7:

new aesthetic: man covered in cacti, surrounded by confused police

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I don’t understand this aesthetic.

neither do the police

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musingsofanawkwardblackgirl:

humansofcolor:

onlyblackgirl:

valariesue:

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clarknokent:

midnight-sun-rising:

goldroadtonowhere:

Jamila Lyiscott: 3 ways to speak English

Stop what you’re doing and watch this. Especially if you have a problem with AAVE or broken English. 

Yes love!!!

This is wonderful

yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaas!

YES YESYES YES

OMFG, yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes

beautiful 

I feel like the people who can’t relate in the audience look so awkward..

mujipunx:

muji spice book

Traveling with your spice rack is not ideal. This is why Japanese company, Muji, has made a book of spices to make flavoring your food while away from home a little bit easier.

This book from Muji is full of pages that are made of spiced paper, which dissolve from the heat and moisture of cooking. Now that kick of white pepper or red chili is just a tear away. And, since it is compact and perfectly portable, the Muji spice book is ideal for when you’re traveling!

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