My life after Tokyo Ghoul

Me : *drinking a coffee*
Me : Kaneki…*starts to crying*

Me : *reading a book*
Me : Kaneki…*starts to crying*

Me : *seeing a centipede*
Me : Kaneki…*starts to crying* 

Me: *cracking a finger*
Me : Kaneki…*starts to crying*

Someone: let’s go home
Me: *starts to crying*


Feathertail Centipedes are an entire genus of centipedes from eastern Africa.

Their hindmost legs are amazing, bizarre and rather beautiful. They’re extremely long, often brightly coloured and always flattened into strange feather shapes.

The centipede uses these crazy legs to warn predators and other interfering beasts of their venomous presence.

Waving the legs from side to side causes them to emit a kind of rustling sound as one patch of leg rubs up against another patch of the same leg. It’s sort of like how crickets sing by rubbing their wings together.

They don’t, however, rub one leg against the other. Each leg makes the noise on its own… in more ways than one. The centipede can lop off one of its special legs and it will keep waving around making noise. Hopefully it will prove distracting enough that the Feathertail can make an escape.

It makes you wonder… how long before we get flying centipedes?

…Images: Frupus


Tokyo Ghoul  + Kagune

Kakuja || Shining One 

Kakujas are a transformed kind of ghoul that rarely appear by repeatedly cannibalizing ghouls. Sometimes, the transformation is incomplete, and such individuals are called Half-Kakujas. Through cannibalism, a ghoul absorbs Rc cells, and this uptake of Rc cells increases their concentration within a ghoul’s body. If the concentration becomes high enough, it may trigger a mutation within the cells and lead to the formation of a new kagune. A kakuja can evolve their armor kagune further by continuing to cannibalize their kind.