mari people

Dear younger Zuka fans (even old ones if that’s necessary):
-Not being able to afford merch doesn’t make you any less of a fan.
-Not being able to go to Japan and watching a show live doesn’t make you any less of a fan.
-Not being into a fan club (for either personal or economical reasons) doesn’t make you any less than a fan.
-There’s no such a thing as ‘Being a True Fan’ and there’ll never be.
-Being a westerner doesn’t automatically make you bad/rude/not worthy of being a fan.
-Being a westerner fan doesn’t mean appeasing all the characteristics a person born in a completely different culture with different social influence like a Japanese fan have.
-Being a fan means enjoying, supporting, loving and most of all respecting all siennes and their incredible and amazing work.

reblog and tag the first things that pop up when you type these phrases:
-this reminds me
-btw
-yesterday
-happy
-my friend
-this is
-without
-food

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“On Fridays, after work, [Walt Disney would] often invite us into his office and we’d talk about things that were going on at the Studio. After a while, he’d wander to the north window, look out into the distance and just say, ‘Play it.’ And Dick would wander over to the piano and play 'Feed the Birds’ for him. One time just as Dick was almost finished, under his breath, I heard Walt say, 'Yep. That’s what it’s all about.” —Robert Sherman

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I love Love live sunshine but it’s always a lil sad that all the girls look exactly the same so I wanted to, uh… draw my headcaons I suppose? Also it was a fun challange in character design.
Hope You like them!!

🍊🎹🛥🌼😈🍭✨🐬🌺 

Also, I have the group shop available as a print in my society6, and You can get 1st, 2nd and 3rd years separately as stickers/prints at my Redbubble <:
Thanks for Your support! ✨

theguardian.com
Europe's oldest pagans: the deep forest life of Mari people – in pictures
Ikuru Kuwajima photographed the Mari El republic in Russia over the course of the year, speaking to locals about witchcraft and paranormal activity

the kanamari arc makes sense. just saying. i just think people tend to forget how being a fifteen year old makes you feel.

so kanan met mari when they were kids. kanan must have noticed the difference between them back then: mari had tons of money and she did not. but she probably didn’t care when she was still a kid and money and actual responsabilities and their futures were things that didn’t matter.

mari was offered the abroad thing and i bet that when kanan knew it, she thought this: i won’t ever leave this town. dia will also stay. mari is the only one that has a chance. she needs to take it and be shiny. so she decided that she would do ANYTHING and EVERYTHING for mari to leave the town and be succesful. she had to take the chances she was given (and maybe she was also lowkey jealous).

mari comes back. kanan treats her like that because she’s mad because mari is wasting her chance (a chance kanan could only dream of) and because she isn’t being thankful. kanan wonders why the heck mari is back at the town wasting a chance so many people would instantly take. maybe she also thinks she’s acting spoiled (and that doesn’t help her feel better).

mari slaps her. she waits for kanan to slap her as well. kanan wants to, but then she actually sees everything (mari, one of her best friends ever is waiting for her to slap her) and hugs her like when they were kids because there are some friendship things we won’t ever be able to explain but aren’t less credible or occurring.

no one is abusive. no one is a bad person. they’re just teens. and most of teens like to do what they want: mari wanted to stay and kanan wanted mari to be succesful and happy and didn’t realize mari was happy there. again: people tend to forget how being a teen feels, and how much one can love a friend.