My dash is dead SOOOOO reblog/like (if you reblog pls put the things you post in the tags. im more likely to follow you then bc ill know what you post) if you post the following and i’ll check you out. following me back isn’t necessary but appreciated:

  • haikyuu
  • yuri on ice
  • bungou stray dogs
  • starmyu
  • servamp
  • nanbaka
  • black butler/kuroshitsuji
  • attack on titan/shingeki no kyojin
  • kuroko no basket
  • assassination classroom
  • k project
  • free!
  • blue exorcist/ao no exorcist
  • super lovers
  • spiritpact
  • hunter x hunter
  • sakamoto desu ga
  • prince of stride
  • owari no seraph
  • ouran high school host club
  • no. 6
  • hamatora
  • gekkan shoujo nozaki-kun
  • boku no hero academia
  • soul eater

Happiness can be found in any person just like yourself.


in the end nobody really figured out what to do

OK SO long story short i joined the dazaiscans discord and there was thing called ranboner and its basically what was described here

it was an experience

will there be a part two???? no


this is stupid

i hate myself

not even ironically i actually physically hate myself



BSD Characters and Their Real Prototypes
Armed Detective Agency:

1. Atsushi Nakajima — author of short stories. Mainly wrote about Ancient China. One of his most famous works is ‘Notes about Mountain Moon’ (Beast beneath the moonlight)

2. Dazai Osamu — one of the most famous Japanese writers of the early 1920s. The prose author. One of his last works is 'Confession of an Inferior Man’ (No longer human)

3. Doppo Kunikida — was a military correspondent. Was engaged in teaching activity. The romantic poet. Wrote lyrical essays. Famous works are 'Special Edition’ and 'The Piteous Death’ (Lone Poet)

4. Ranpo Edogawa — Japanese writer and critic, who is considered as the founder of modern Japanese detective genre. Was a great admirer of Edgar Allan Poe. One of his first works is 'Copper Coin’ (Super Deduction)

5. Kyoka Izumi — the romantic writer, was the founder of genre of social prose. Was pious and superstitious. Known for his story about supernatural forces 'Piligrimage to Koya’ (Demon Snow)

6. Junichiro Tanizaki — playwright. He tried to combine Japanese literature tastes with Western decadent prose. Created images of fatal women. Known for his stories 'The Devil’ and 'Naomi’ (Light Snow)

7. Akiko Yosano — Japanese poet, literature critic and prose writer. Was the theoretic of the tanka poetry and shintaishi. Author of the colletctions 'Tangled Hair’ and 'Little Fan’ (Thou Shalt Not Die)

8. Kenji Miyazawa — Japanese poet and author of children’s literature. He was a zelaous adept of Buddhist Lotus Sutra, which meaning he tried to convey in his works. Known for his work 'Be not defeated by the Rain’ (Undefeated by the Rain)

9. Yukichi Fukuzawa — Japanese writer, philosopher and translator. The first President of Tokyo Academy. Known for his book 'The state of affairs in the West’ (All Men are Equal)

By Akaigami via Tumblr

BSD rarepair week day 7: free
theme: akutagawa ryuunosuke has eyebrows high school AU

I would love to see more of ryuunosuke and gin’s interactions in the manga tbh

Also thanks to all the mods at @bsd-rarepairweek for hosting this event! It’s been tonnes of fun and I got to draw themes and relationships I never thought of drawing before. I didn’t expect to finish all the prompts but somehow I did; here are all the other submissions 

  1. Light dance (atsukyou)
  2. Basils & Roses (ranpoe)
  3. Fool-proof plan (kunikidazai)
  4. Beauty and the Beast (atsulucy)
  5. Love Poems (kouyouchuuya)
  6. Hopeless future (odazai)
  7. New semester (akugin)