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anonymous asked:

top 10 usagi outfits? :o (i love these lists tyyyy)

Let it be known that this was NOT EASY because Usagi has the MOST ADORABLE fashion sense in the whole show but I have done my best. 

10. A comfy casual “cooking what may be my last meal on this earth” ensemble

9. Bonus points if you can find Usagi in this image.

8. Probably meant to stand for United States of America, but Usagi saw it in the store window and immediately said “IT ME” 

7. The industry standard “Wine Mom in Training” uniform

6. A FULLY CUSTOMIZED ninja outfit with a bunny appliqué and room for hairbuns which Usagi definitely spent a very long time working on before giving up and bringing it to Mako to finish

5. 3-D glasses are required to properly view this shirt

4. Suspenders to keep your pants up and your hopes up

3. Labelled for your convenience

2. Every American girl magazine cover from 1993-2001


Bonus: Bless the animators who did this


anonymous asked:

i hope this isn't a weird question, but i feel like it's appropriate to ask you - what BL series can you recommend, manga or otherwise? they don't have to have xxx scenes, and relationships can even just be implied... thanks, either way!

Ohoohohoh I have a lot of BL stuff I could tell you about!! Here’s a list:  

That’s all I can think off but hopefully you’ll read some of these cute stories!! Thank you for asking me!!!

secretlyshamelesspersona  asked:


Howdy friend♡

😫-I admire you from the sidelines because you seem cool and I’m just a dork.

Aw, friend, I’m sure you’re awesome^^ And honestly I’m a huge dork as well so we can be awesome dorks together♡ 

Originally posted by level-upper

😓- I feel like you would not really like me.

Oh no, I’m sure you’re lovely♡ Please don’t be afraid to chat with me! I’d love to get to know you.

😊 - I think you are a friendly person.

Thank you so much! >///<


Shuu Shiotsuki as Sailor Uranus
Sayaka Fujioka as Sailor Neptune

What are your views on each other’s character?

Sayaka: If I want to do something, she will help me to fulfil it, a very good person

Shuu: Eh? Hold on hold on. We’re not talking about the impression of me, it should be about Haruka? lol

Sayaka: There are too many similarities between Shuu-san and Haruka, I don’t even know from which viewpoint I should start lol. Haruka said before “Man or Woman, it doesn’t matter”. The charm which they have is not something a man or a woman exude.

Shuu: I think that Uranus is the strongest fighter, but mentally, it is Neptune who is the strongest

Sayaka: lol

Shuu: Haruka and Michiru are like puzzle pieces which fit each other, they complement each other and they “match”. Well, Haruka is mentally weak.

Sayaka: I can understand that. She would feel weak halfway through the battle.

Shuu: When facing the enemy, she would be the first to charge and attack, but when the enemy is too strong, Haruka might be “ahh, i can’t” and her mind would start to weaken and lose hope.

Sayaka: Yes, at this time, Neptune would say “This is not the time to say such things”. This is the part where it shows how strong she is mentally.

Shuu: Yes yes lol

Sayaka: The two of them have very good balance.

Shuu: However, sometimes, they don’t engage in conversations? Do you feel that way?

Sayaka: But there is a part which they will communicate after that. I feel that this is a very charming aspect of their relationship

Shuu: There are many explanations to their relationship. In the 90s anime, Usagi-chan asked “Are you two lovers?” and Haruka answered “we are beyond that”. During our performance last year, Sayaka and I discussed about the relationship between Haruka and Michiru, and we both agreed that we will only play them in a relationship beyond lovers. 

- from Otomedia+ Summer 2017

anonymous asked:

Am I the only one in this fandom who hates the constant comparison between Mina and Usagi and how "they're like twins! So alike!" Like yes maybe superficially but actually unlike Usagi I feel Mina doesn't wear her heart on her sleeve and is muchhhh less honest about her emotions. She internalizes and represses and is afraid to look "weak" or be emotionally open while Usagi is just a big ball of open, honest emotions. Am I the only one who thinks this?

I both agree and disagree with you. On a surface level, Minako and Usagi ARE the incredibly similar, mischievious, nightmare, blonde, whirlwind twins and I LOVE that and I LOVE how they can play into each other like that. On the other hand, Minako and Usagi are also SO, SO DIFFERENT, and a lot of times it’s very easy to overwrite those differences BECAUSE of how similar they appear to be. Both characters suffer from that, but I feel Minako “37 Hidden Motives Behind a Barbie Mask” Aino suffers significantly more.

Like you said, Minako sure as hell doesn’t wear her heart on her sleeve, even her closest friends are usually kept away from her deeper feelings. Minako is also more self-centered, doing her best at all times to focus the spotlight on her people (and preferably herself by association) even if it comes at the expense of randos she doesn’t know. (Usagi, in contrast, looks at said rando and MAKES them one of her people). And of course, when you get right down to it, Minako just has a million more things going on in her head than Usagi does: preparing for imminent battle, considering enemy’s strengths, contemplating battle strategies, figuring how she can cut the lunch line to grab the last roast beef sandwich.

It’s because Minako is all of these things that she seems so very much like Usagi. Wanna keep your fears and doubts secret from thos dearest to you? Play dumb. Want to control everyone’s attention? Be obnoxious. Want to be three steps ahead of your enemy and have them severly underestimate you and your abilities? Be a young, dumb, obnoxious, teenage girl. The Blonde Disaster Mask is so multi-purpose and so faultless that it is the most ingenious Minako creation to exist.

But here’s the most important part: Minako so flawlessly executes the Blonde Disaster disguise because she is, in fact, a Blonde Disaster.

Minako could go with any number of mechanisms to get similar effects, but she goes with ditzy blonde because it is a) so readily at hand and b) actually who Minako is. Minako loves playing pranks, and mindlessly flipping through magazines, and storming through 80 different stores to find one specific pair of shoes, and flirting with anything that’s cute, and doing hair, and gossiping, and ALL OF IT. Minako knows she and all her friends could very well die at any moment, she brings an entirely new meaning to “carpe diem” and she is going to go mach 50 doing the things she loves and living her life because she’s so aware that she might not have much of it left to live. She doesn’t stop being the fully-competent leader of the senshi just because she likes painting her toes while singing karaoke, rather being a senshi helps her appreciate painting her toes while singing karaoke even more.

So Minako IS a sort of twin for Usagi, because day-to-day, in the moment, they are both two blonde, teenage girls living their teenage girl life. And they can do those teenage girl things they love together, and it’s so much better BECAUSE they have each other. They can bounce their energy off of each other and reach levels never possible before, and just plain, old have FUN together. If that isn’t beautiful and precious and IMPORTANT than I don’t know what is.

In summary, it’s a shame that people might write these two off as being copies of each other, because they really, really aren’t. But, those similarities are just as great and as important as their differences.

minhosparrow  asked:

do you think you could talk about that period of time after the Pevensies' first visit to Narnia and the second? How it must've felt to have been adults - and kings and queens at that - and then having to go back to being children again?

And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.” (Matthew 18:3)


Edmund grows very quiet, afterward. He’s not certain that anyone other than Lucy notices—he is not king and judge here, none look to him for counsel. In truth, he’s grateful for it; he hates the sound of his voice now, the still-adolescent whine of it. He sounds like the boy who sold his siblings for a mouthful of Turkish Delight, that soiled and unworthy soul Aslan had saved on the stone tablet. He’s not convinced he isn’t.

You aren’t, Lucy says, when he confides in her one night. She takes his hand, squeezes it. You aren’t that boy, Ed, I swear.

How can you tell? he asks, his voice thin and reedy as a pipe. Lu, how can you tell? What proof do we have?

She has no answer.

Lucy returns to school blithe and full stories, with gentle hands. She is mocked for it—her little drawings of slyphs and fauns torn to pieces, her stories of wardrobes and mermaids and Calormene soldiers scoffed at as the dreaming of Loony Lucy.

Susan finds her behind the school more than once, red-eyed with bruises on her shins. Maybe I should stop, she says quietly. Maybe—maybe they would stop, if I said it wasn’t real.

Don’t you dare, Lucy Pevensie, Susan says fiercely, and her eyes are bright and hard. Don’t you dare lie about what you know is real. We really felt it, touched it, knew it—Aslan was real, we buried our hands in his mane, and he laughed, remember? It was real, because you remember it. We remember it. Once a queen…

She pulls Lucy to her feet, and helps her brush the dirt from her pinafore. They walk home together, gentle and valiant.

(In hindsight, this moment is cruel. Lucy treasures it always.)

The bow doesn’t fit the same way in Susan’s hand—the hand itself is a stranger to her, absent rings and scars, the callouses on her fingerpads. Her drawing arm aches after only an hour or so, a child’s muscles unaccustomed to the archer’s regimen.

Peter comes to watch her, sometimes. He says nothing about the arrows scattered wildly in the grass, and Susan is grateful.

It comes back to Peter in a rush, when his schoolmates pass around their smutty magazines, stolen out from under some older brother’s mattress, the shed their father keeps at the bottom of the garden. The slang seems cruder here, puerile as the boys who spew it and grin like apes. (He did not think he would ever miss the overwrought poetry of Narnia, but he does in this—he longs for talk of fruit and flowers, of the hart and the knight.)

Still, it comes back to him—if he shuts his eyes and stops his ears to the gleeful whispering of his classmates, he can near remember the sound of her voice, the breathless half-gasp of her laugh when he teased her, when she came. He tilts his head back and feels her hand ghost through his hair; he reaches out and he can almost touch her sleeve as she passes.

So he endures, watching hollowly as his schoolmates play at desire, posturing more for one another than any flesh-and-blood woman. When required, he gazes dutifully at their flat pinups with the empty eyes. 

He wishes vainly he could remember her face.

They talk of Narnia only in generalities, hunting and feasting beneath the lion rampant, verdant edging and red-lettered days for war. It was very jolly, wasn’t it? Edmund says once, the forced cheer in his voice making Susan flinch. Peter looks away, wincing as though he had swallowed something unpleasant.

Like a holiday at the seaside, Lucy says, echoing the same horrible tone.

(They have no other language for it than this—or maybe they did, once. All that terror and wonder, the bestiaries and blood. Something more than the whispered, it was real, it had to be real, and the press of each others’ hands.

Maybe Aslan took that too.)

nonging  asked:

Please compile a list of what you would like to mofu-mofu

Chino while being cuddled by Cocoa

Trying her best to smile Chino 

Shy Chino

Very happy and gay-for-Cocoa Chino

Braids Chino in winter clothes

Chino in Rize/Syaro’s school uniform

Pigtail Chino


Chino when she looks at Cocoa

Scared Chino

Very angry twintail Chino with her freetime clothes

Embarassed Chino

Casual clothes Chino with an angry pout

Ill Chino

Chino in her winter clothes

Chino in her Tippy hoodie

and more but I can’t add more photos. The rest would be all the other Gochiusa girls, rabbits, penguins and @hanekawa-san.

anonymous asked:

please stop reminding my of how proud usagi was to make curry rice for her asshole ex bf and her also an asshole future child why does she have so much love in her heart why is she so GOOD





cedarleaf  asked:

The reason you are my favorite Seiusa artist is because Usagi consistently looks happy. Love it with all my heart that I do, so much art of that ship has her looking startled or shy compared to a confident shirking Seiya. Your Usagi looks like she wants to be with Seiya instead of just putting up with her antics and it is a blessing upon the fandom. 10/10, would recommend.

Ahhh I know ppl like to focus on the fact that Seiya’s always teasing her and she’s unsure about it but what I love about the pairing is that for the first time she has someone who is on the same level as her. They’re alike and get along and when they hang out it’s with no sense of embarrassment or reservation. They genuinely like the same thing things, and have fun, and Seiya isn’t shy about telling the world how much he thinks she’s so cool and fun, and she doesn’t hesitate to go toe to toe with him on wit. When they’re having fun I never feel like it’s one-sided (compared to when she’s with OTHER ppl) and that always seemed clear to me in the series. When they’re apart they can’t stand it. As a ship they’re separated by obligation and responsibility but my fave part of SeiUsa is that they are equals, compatible, and have great magnetic energy. Maybe in another life.

anonymous asked:

Who is better: Tomoya from Card Captor Sakura or Naru from Sailor Moon? Just a question sine you love both series. ^.^

I love this question!.

Naru has always been one of my favourite characters in Sailor Moon.

She always was a great friend to Usagi and her relationship with Nephrite was one of the highlights of season 1 (and the first major tragedy that ever happened in Sailor Moon).

Sadly she pretty much disappears the further the story progresses (the classic anime tried to make her more relevant but her fate was still the same). It was really heartbreaking when she appears in that episode during the R season where Naru asks Usagi why they aren’t the closest friends anymore and if there’s anything she can do to help her (implying that low key she knows about Usagi’s real identity), Usagi just apologizes and runs away almost crying, talking to herself that because of her duty of Sailor Moon she cannot longer be with Naru as she used to; and then apologizes again.

Naru deserves more love and recognition (classic anime one), she is a great character and she was able to turn a bad boy good with her affection.

I really like Tomoyo a lot as well, but since Tomoyo is a major character in Cardcaptor Sakura she gets more love than Naru gets so I took this opportunity to give her some love 💝.

Both are great characters and I can’t pick a favourite one.