Kidd The Maniac

morbi:

So Kemeko DX is a terrible bullshit fanservice anime that just happens to feature the most beautiful character to ever exist

lychgate:

when a natural disaster happens to a country and people draw fanart of that hetalia character in pain

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elizabitchtaylor:

my feminism isn’t second-wave or third-wave, it’s new wave. join me as I sing about gender stereotyping and intersectionality over a melodic synth line

karadin:

texasuberalles:

get-your-ass-in-the-impala:

nurderling:

Watch this video from Cadillac. Note a few things (actor, white, rich guy, workaholic, typical cocky American, very unrealistic). This is not a parody video, they’re being completely serious.

Now watch Ford’s response.

I can’t explain it very well just please watch both of these videos okay Ford burns Cadillac so bad okay it’s so good.

"That’s the upside of giving a damn."

You better hope winter is coming, bitch. You’re gonna need it for that burn.

The Smirking White Human Thumb dude in the classist bullshit Cadillac commercial is a friggin’ brilliant actor, because gawt dayum I seriously wanted to punch him in the face forever. He really sold the entitled nastiness of that “we make our own luck” line that’s so beloved of those who were born on third base and act like they hit a triple.

Ford’s response is truly a thing of beauty, and I really wanna see the badass WOC in their ad starring in a Misty Knight movie. Get on it, Marvel Studios.

okay, this, the ford response is BRILLIANT.

coneyinacap:

I am having so many HGJ feelings right now and I have absolutely zero people to talk to is anyone on this tag????

I’m always free to talk about HGJ. :D

nezua:

thekimonogallery:

On this day in 1828, the famous Japanese samurai warrior Saigō Takamori was born in Kagoshima. He has often been called ‘the last samurai’. He went on to lead troops of the Satsuma region as they fought their rivals Chōshū. He opposed the opening and modernising of Japan in the Meiji Restoration of 1868, and the ruling Tokugawa Bakufu. He was a leader of the 1877 Satsuma Rebellion against the Meiji Government. Takamori was the basis for Ken Watanabe’s character in the 2003 film ‘The Last Samurai’.  Text and image via http://fyeah-asian-history-art.tumblr.com/



Odd. He doesn’t look anything like Tom Cruise

nezua:

thekimonogallery:

On this day in 1828, the famous Japanese samurai warrior Saigō Takamori was born in Kagoshima. He has often been called ‘the last samurai’. He went on to lead troops of the Satsuma region as they fought their rivals Chōshū. He opposed the opening and modernising of Japan in the Meiji Restoration of 1868, and the ruling Tokugawa Bakufu. He was a leader of the 1877 Satsuma Rebellion against the Meiji Government. Takamori was the basis for Ken Watanabe’s character in the 2003 film ‘The Last Samurai’.  Text and image via http://fyeah-asian-history-art.tumblr.com/

Odd. He doesn’t look anything like Tom Cruise

psychaclelic:

no, I don’t find that actor attractive
no, twenty high def pictures with said actor’s shirt off isn’t going to change that
please stop posts like that on my dash

vitaminhofficial:

Hey…the heck is that thing? Could it be? 
That’s right, it is. It’s our next horror-themed panel, based on the twisted mind of Japan’s most terrifying manga artist.
You know this one’s gonna be good. 

I have seriously never been more excited to do a panel on anything. Here’s hoping I can get it done by Saboten.

vitaminhofficial:

Hey…the heck is that thing? Could it be? 

That’s right, it is. It’s our next horror-themed panel, based on the twisted mind of Japan’s most terrifying manga artist.

You know this one’s gonna be good. 

I have seriously never been more excited to do a panel on anything. Here’s hoping I can get it done by Saboten.