Sales Post!

Due to unforeseen circumstances, I have some extra Tales of bocchi-kun charms that I’ll be selling. Each one is $10 (USD) plus shipping and paypal fee. Message me if interested!

Available charms:

  • Meredy
  • Veigue
  • Luke
  • Tear
  • Raven
  • Richard
  • Asbel
  • Ludger
  • Julius
  • Sorey
  • Mikleo
  • Laphicet
  • Velvet

i made symblos from Team Heroes ancestors

Girl - Sun (Solar) Guel II (Girl’s Great-great-great-grandmother)

Shina - Moon (Lunar) Shin (Shina’s Great-great-great aunt)

Shana - Comet (Cosmos) Princess Jari (Shana’s Great-great gradmother)

Clyde - Wolf (Lycanroc) Edward (Clyde’s Great-great-great-grandfather)

Dr. Barber - Happiness (Altar) Julian (Dr. Barber’s Grandfather)

A quick guide to Shakespearean men

Hamlet, the little emo shit

King Lear, the big emo shit

Romeo, the hormonal emo shit

Puck, just a little shit tbh

Macbeth, the Scottish emo shit

Henry V, the frat boy emo shit

Brutus, the honorable emo shit

Othello, the poc emo shit

Richard II, the greedy emo shit

Don Jon, the illegitimate emo shit

A couple of days after Adolf Hitler ripped off countless time travel stories by killing Adolf Hitler, the now leader-less Nazis went “whelp” and sent some high ranking officers to negotiate peace with the Soviets. The man in charge of the Russian side of the negotiations, General Vasily Chuikov, soon realized he had a huge problem: he wanted to look all intimidating and official in front of the Nazis, but he didn’t have any officers to accompany him (they were all fighting some war or something).

Thinking quickly, Chuikov grabbed a couple of nearby war correspondents who happened to be wearing military uniforms and declared them his totally-legit staff. The correspondents also happened to have famous Soviet composer Matvei Blanter with them – he had been sent to Berlin by Stalin to write a symphony celebrating the Soviet victory. However, since Blanter was wearing a suit like some freaking poindexter, he wouldn’t have been able to pass as a true Red Army officer. Chuikov, using that Soviet quick thinking of his, cleverly shoved Blanter into a closet.

Unfortunately, it was pretty hard to breathe in that little closet. Just as the negotiations were wrapping up, Blanter ran out of oxygen, passed out, and tumbled out of the cabinet and into the room, spooking the hell out of the Germans.

And so, one of the most important surrenders in one of the most horrific wars in history was capped by a scene straight out of Friends

7 Times Serious Wars Went Straight Slapstick