Black-School

Hey!  My dash is a little empty, so please reblog if you post;

- Kuroko no Basuke

- Hetalia

- Haikyuu!!

- Free!

- Ouran High School Host Club

- Sword Art Online

- Karneval

- Black Butler

- Attack on Titan

- Ookami-san and her seven companions

- Angel Beats

- Tokyo Ghoul

- Owari no Seraph

- Ace of the Diamond

and I’ll follow you!

I found this awesome so don’t judge my simple mindedness

First off! These peeps have the same voice actor

This demon

This now one-armed dude

This brute

(Daisuke Ono)

Next! They have the same voice actor

Our cleaning fairy (who is very badass)

The lost god

This little sociopath

Another demon

(Hiroshi Kamiya)

Now for these

a very special piece of trash

the “good” bad guy

the perfectionist

this cheesy romantic dork

and a circus freak

(Mamoru Miyano)

THEN WE GET TO YUKI KAJI. WHAT CAN’T THIS GUY DO

there’s this beautiful blue-eyed, angry teenager

this sadistic teenager

the cute innocent gardener

the sad little sword

and this icy bro

Just !!! My. Mind. Is Blown.


There are plenty others that I didn’t list.

Daisuke Ono was also:

Angel - Ao no Exorcist

Daikoku - Noragami


Mamoru Miyano:

Masaomi Kida - Durarara!!

Rin Matsuoka - Free! Iwatobi Swim Club


Yuki Kaji:

Konekomaru Miwa - Ao no Exorcist

Walker Yumasaki - Durarara!!


I’m sorry if I missed some! I only listed the ones I’m most familiar with or actually know about. I also apologize if I got some wrong.

cultural appropriation 101

alright everyone, settle down so i can school some racist assholes!!

some people don’t understand that when white people style their hair in locs, it’s appropriating black culture.

yes, APPROPRIATING. BLACK. CULTURE.

and i’ll tell you why: first, locs themselves originate from the Rastafarian people in Jamacia (hmm, guess what ethnicity the people that live there are).

Rastafarians wore locs as a symbol of their AFRICAN identity and took pride in them. Locs have represented power and authority in black culture ever since.

Then, white people decided to insult the hairstyle and branded the name “dreadlocks” to the style because they thought it was dreadful and that the nappy hair that black people have was ugly (which further leads to the self-hatred that black people, especially black women, have for their hair but that’s another lesson for another day).

so, how can the same race that insulted this beautiful style suddenly wear it and be called, “fashion-forward, boho, trendy, etc.” by society? does that make sense to you? because it certainly doesn’t to me.

even today, black people who wear their hair in locs are written off as disgusting, unclean people that spend their days smoking weed. 

 white people don’t get to pick and choose which parts of someone else’s culture are good and bad. they don’t get to choose that they can take wear something as meaningful to us as locs and then tell the people who created them that they’re ugly (ie: appropriating black culture). 

 that’s all for today class, you’ve been dismissed.

  • me:*has a lesson on cloning and genetic identicals*
  • me:sir are they exactly identical or like if one got a dry patch between their eyebrows would the others have it too
  • teacher:no, it's a nature vs nurture thing
  • me:so sarah manning needs to moisturize more okay thanks sir