kimie james

I NEED HELPP! (╥_╥)

Yep, that’s the one of “I’ve cleaned my following blogs list and my dash is kinda dead now” posts :’) 

So! I would be SUPER grateful if you reblogged this if you post:

KUROKO NO BASKET <- ESPECIALLY THIS ONE!!
NORAGAMI
Haikyuu!!
Prince of Stride
sports anime 
Ansatsu Kyoushitsu does anybody even still post this T_T
Boku no Hero Academia
Bungou Stray Dogs
Durarara!!
Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso
Kimi to Boku
Mob Psycho 100
Ouran High School Host Club
Servamp (I’m mostly interested in manga :D)
Seiyuu stuff
James Mcavoy stuff ^^
Lord of the Rings
Percy Jackson (only BOOK)

Anyway I can’t think of anything else hahah I guess I’ll be editing this later ^^
Okay I changed my mind!

Spirited Away
Tokyo Ghoul

Okay I’m finished xD Oh and it would be really helpful if you put in tags what you post! 

AND
I’d rather if you won’t post KPOP and YURI ON ICE!!! I don’t mind this but I’ve already have it a lot on my dashboard even though I’m not in the fandom :O You can post it ofc, but I’ll mind if kpop and yoi is more than 40% of your posts ^^

THANKS FOR THE ATTENTION AND FOR READING THIS POST!! <3

Originally posted by ookazaki

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On this day in 1950, in Great Britain, in Silverstone, Giuseppe Farina became the first driver to win a race of the new Formula 1 Championship, and Alfa Romeo became the first team to win a race.
Since this day, 103 others drivers won a race, including Indy 500 from 1950 to 1960, and Michael Schumacher, the recordman, won 91 victories.
And there are also 32 world champion, the first was Giuseppe Farina in 1950, and Michael Schumacher, with 7 titles, is the driver who won the most this title, ahead of Juan Manuel Fangio (5), Alain Prost and Sebastian Vettel (4)

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McLaren wins by country: Top 10 nations

1st - Great Britain 54 wins: Lewis Hamilton (21); David Coulthard (12); James Hunt (9); Jenson Button (8); John Watson (4)

2nd - Brazil 40 wins: Ayrton Senna (35); Emerson Fittipaldi (5)

3rd - Finland 30 wins: Mika Hakkinen (20); Kimi Raikkonen (9); Heikki Kovalainen (1)

4th - France 30 wins: Alain Prost (30)

5th - Austria 11 wins: Niki Lauda (8); Gerhard Berger (3)

6th - New Zealand 7 wins: Denny Hulme (6); Bruce McLaren (1)

7th - Spain 4 wins: Fernando Alonso (4)

8th - Colombia 3 wins: Juan Pablo Montoya (3)

9th - USA 2 wins: Peter Revson (2)

10th - Germany 1 win: Jochen Mass (1)