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If anyone is interested in purchasing the full set of Yuri!!! on Ice blurays from Japan with the intention of getting the bonus materials, such as the “Victuri Wedding” tapestry from Animega, I contacted White Rabbit Express, a proxy shopping service, and they confirmed they can assist and will get the bonus items.

White Rabbit Express is extremely easy to use and very prompt with service and has great customer service.

I just thought I would pass this along as I have seen a lot of interest in the Japanese release. Please remember Japanese blurays won’t have subtitles.

If anyone needs help navigating WRE, I’d be happy to help, but it’s pretty self-explanatory. Happy shopping!

*at a pro wrestlers funeral*
  • family member: he was a great father and husband who was also the best professional wre-
  • *FLASHING LIGHTS*
  • *ROCK MUSIC STARTS*
  • *MAN IN SPANDEX AND A CAPE ENTERS*
  • wrestlers former opponent : WE ALL KNOW WHO THE REAL BEST WRESTLER WAS AND I CHALLENGE YOUR CORPSE THIS MONDAY NIGHT AT 8/7 CENTRAL ONLY ON USA
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anonymous asked:

Hey! I saw that post about WhiteRabbit where you can order the full yoi set with the bonus, so I was curious about the shipping rates (The calculator page won't load for me for some reason on mobile) and generally, does it mean you can order anything from Japan? Also, what's your experience with it, as in, does everything work out nicely or do there tend to be problems?

Shipping rates will depend on where you are and what shipping you choose. Since the blurays don’t all come out at the same time you’ll likely be shipping one or two to yourself (WRE will hold items for up to one month to consolidate shipping) at a time… I dunno, I think for me in Indiana it would range between  $10 for slow shipping up to much higher rates for EMS. It’s hard to say without knowing more.

In regards to fees, here’s my Bluray order:


I have never had a problem with WRE. They’ve been beyond friendly and helpful. Quick to respond to any questions I have and they’ve followed up with me when I’ve left items in my cart for long periods as well, to see if I’m still interested. A friend tried to order an item that ended up being out of stock and WRE took the time to try and find an alternate retailer for her as well. They’ve also helped me when the Setagaya post office lost my package last year. After my rather tooth-pulling experiences with AmiAmi’s customer service WRE is a breath of fresh air.

They say you can order anything because they will order from any site that only ships within Japan to ship to you. I use them frequently to buy from SuperGroupies. Their FAQ mentions they can attempt in store purchases for you in certain areas, but I’ve never used that function.

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He’s a whole new form of life.

{Ghillie Dhu} by {Artemis Kolakis}

{Mythical Creatures- Ghillie Dhu}

The Scottish Ghillie Dhu are solitary Fairies with black hair who live in trees and wear clothing made of leaves and moss. A benevolent fairy who is said to haunt a birch grove at the end of Loch Druing near Gairloch. They wre once very shy, docile creatures that lived alone in birch trees protecting the woods around them from destruction by man or nature. They lived upon berries and nuts and created warm round nests from plant fiber, however, as their habitat in the Scottish forest dwindled, the ghillie dhunot only became more accustomed to man - though remaining terribly shy and silent - but also began sending emigrants to other parts of the world. Those who stayed in the forest have lost almost all contact with the both the natural and supernatural worlds, continually moving to areas of greater isolation and only occasionally contacted by lost humans whom they comfort and redirect. However those who picked the path of human contact have become some of the most well-known and loved fairies in the English-speaking world. Choosing a role that allowed them to exercise their love and wish to care for human children, while still maintaining a shy distance, these ghillie dhu as a group perform the services ascribed to the singular “Tooth Fairy.” Living in back yards and parks, these ghillie dhu only visit children by night, in order to collect their teeth (which they use to cast protective magic for that child).