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love according to rey, poe, & kylo (original vine!)

favorite things about the haikyuu fandom:

  • no shipping wars
  • lots of love for all the female characters
  • establishing a mom and a dad for every team
  • dinosaur nerd tsukishima
  • alien nerd oikawa
  • skirtkawa
  • oikermit
  • cool animal symbolism in fan art
  • literally any AU/crossover you could possibly imagine exists
  • SWAGEYAMA TOBIYOLO
  • appreciation for the absolutely fantastic bromances
  • it doesn’t matter how rare your rarepair is it doesn’t matter if they’re two completely unrelated characters who don’t even know the other exists There Will Be Fic
  • near-universal acceptance that yachi is a tiny lesbian
sticks mleggy out

My dash is looking kinda sad, so! could you please reblog this if you post:

-PMMM

-Portal

-Helvetica

-Owls

-Undertale

-Steven Universe

-Galaxy Aesthetic

-Cats?

-Helvetica

-Shitposts

-Studio Ghibli

-Homestuck Intermission (The Felt and Midnight crew!)

I’ll check your blog out!

Thank you!

anonymous asked:

i think they edited zayn part and removed him

they did, but not originally.

what happened was that one direction was removed from modest!’s website entirely on the 10th. the entire website was up and functioning, but one direction just wasn’t there.

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everyone flocked to their site so the servers crashed. it was down for the majority of that day. it showed a 403 error code, and then an ‘under maintenance’ message until the site was restored. then, when it returned, one direction was back on their page without any changes to the website having been made.

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days later, the website was actually updated with a new picture of the boys and a new description.

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this time, the website was inaccessible, and then there was that maintenance message. it was offline for a lot longer than it had been the first time, but again, it came back with no changes made.

in the midst of the world


“We must become so alone, so utterly alone, that we withdraw into our innermost self. It is a way of bitter suffering. But then our solitude is overcome, we are no longer alone, for we find that our innermost self is the spirit, that it is God, the indivisible. And suddenly we find ourselves in the midst of the world, yet undisturbed by its multiplicity, for our innermost soul we know ourselves to be one with all being.”                                                         ―    Hermann Hesse