narutoxfashion:

Kakashi Hatake in Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci spring-summer 2013

littlemisspaintbrush:

I didn’t want to spam you so I compiled my “10 things to do in Japan” illustrations for Japan Lover Me (website | facebook) in one post! (*≧▽≦)

The lists were researched and listed by Kaila, Kaye, Ashley, and Carly! ♥

*I’ll edit this post when we add more lists! :3

*We’re also going to release a JapanLovin’ Traveller’s e-book soon! :3

[ Sticky: Again, sorry for the lack of posts lately. ;3; April turned out to be the busiest month for me this year.. yet. @A@ (Commissions are still closed, by the way! (except those who reserved long ago) I’ll update you guys soon~ ;-;) ]

cutie-buys:

Galaxy Print Polyester Skirt - $34.99

Buy it here!

somethingaboutdaftpunk:

Alright, it’s time! I do this daft giveaway for thank you all, you, my dear followers, my darlings. Thank you for always be there when I need you, thank you for like and reblog my posts, thank you for all the kind messages you send me. Thank you for being awesome!

This giveaway includes:

  • A split helmet unisex official t-shirt size M (comes with its card and its sleeve/never wore/still have the tag)
  • A “Lose Your Self To Dance” poster unofficial (this comes from a magazine, it’s not the official poster)
  • A set of seven 1.25” buttons
  • A set of two 2.25” buttons
  • One 2.25” pocket mirror
  • A 3D promo mask (never assembled)
  • The Daft Punk DVD “D.A.F.T: A story about Dogs, Androids, Firemen & Tomatoes”
  • The japanese edition of “Random Access Memories” with the bonus track “Horizon” (still sealed)
  • A Thomas Bangalter action figure (still sealed)
  • A Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo action figure (still sealed)

Rules:

  • You have to be following me (I do this giveaway for thank my followers, so yeah.)
  • International giveaway!
  • Must be 18 years + or have parent permission. 
  • You must be willing to give me your address for the send.
  • The winner will be choosen by a random number generator.
  • Reblog only, likes don’t count but you still can like it as a bookmark.
  • You can reblog only 2 times per day for not spam your followers. If you don’t follow this rule you’ll be disqualified)
  • Please make sure your ask box is open! The winner will be contact via message
  • If the winner don’t respond within 2 days, I’ll choose another person (still with a random number generator).
  • No giveaway blog please.
  • Ends June 1st, 2014.

somethingaboutdaftpunk:

Alright, it’s time! I do this daft giveaway for thank you all, you, my dear followers, my darlings. Thank you for always be there when I need you, thank you for like and reblog my posts, thank you for all the kind messages you send me. Thank you for being awesome!

This giveaway includes:

  • A split helmet unisex official t-shirt size M (comes with its card and its sleeve/never wore/still have the tag)
  • A “Lose Your Self To Dance” poster unofficial (this comes from a magazine, it’s not the official poster)
  • A set of seven 1.25” buttons
  • A set of two 2.25” buttons
  • One 2.25” pocket mirror
  • A 3D promo mask (never assembled)
  • The Daft Punk DVD “D.A.F.T: A story about Dogs, Androids, Firemen & Tomatoes”
  • The japanese edition of “Random Access Memories” with the bonus track “Horizon” (still sealed)
  • A Thomas Bangalter action figure (still sealed)
  • A Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo action figure (still sealed)

Rules:

  • You have to be following me (I do this giveaway for thank my followers, so yeah.)
  • International giveaway!
  • Must be 18 years + or have parent permission. 
  • You must be willing to give me your address for the send.
  • The winner will be choosen by a random number generator.
  • Reblog only, likes don’t count but you still can like it as a bookmark.
  • You can reblog only 2 times per day for not spam your followers. If you don’t follow this rule you’ll be disqualified)
  • Please make sure your ask box is open! The winner will be contact via message
  • If the winner don’t respond within 2 days, I’ll choose another person (still with a random number generator).
  • No giveaway blog please.
  • Ends June 1st, 2014.

fenrir-kin:

brigwife:

kidouyuuto:

how did they learn to translate languages into other languages how did they know which words meant what HOW DID TH

English Person: *Points at an apple* Apple

French Person: Non c’est une fucking pomme 

*800 years of war*

"C’est une fucking pomme" is now my favourite phrase

right up there with Viva la pluto

algrenion:

overlypolitebisexual:

whenever i see these post-apocalyptic films set in the USA where everyone is pretty much just killing each other with no mention of other nations i always just assume that the rest of the world is fine and has learnt how to resume life as normal

 

PACIFIC RIM → 4 Jaegers:

⤷ GIPSY DANGER
⤷ STRIKER EUREKA
⤷ CRIMSON TYPHOON
⤷ CHERNO ALPHA

Needless to say (or maybe not) this news ticker of persecuted American Christians floats far and free from reality. More than 75 percent of the United States identifies as Christian; 57 percent believe in the devil, and nearly 8 in 10 Americans believe the Bible to be either the “inspired word” or literal word of God. Despite the constitutional separation of church and state, the government began under President George W. Bush to outsource social welfare programs to faith-based organizations (more than 98 percent, according to one 2006 study, of them Christian churches), and schools with religious ties (mostly Christian) in several states are now well fed by direct public subsidies. But then, American places of worship (again, most of them Christian) have long enjoyed a de facto public subsidy as tax-exempt 501(c)3 organizations funded by tax-deductible contributions. Last month President Barack Obama himself held forth at National Prayer Breakfast about the importance of Jesus in his life.


To be sure, there are Christians in the world who face persecution, from Copts in Egypt to Catholics in northern Nigeria. But in the U.S., the Christian faith and its institutions have never been more pampered by the state.

- Opinion: The bitter tears of the American Christian supermajority: Why Christians — America’s most populous religious group — feel so victimized. (via aljazeeraamerica)