really really cool stuff


There is a sacred bond between those who watch volleyball together…


*catapults my canoe into the midst of the navy fleet of Sheith war ships* 

Is this like… not a thing or… 

fantastic beasts but like,,,,,,,, without the plot,,,,,,,,,,,,,, just two hours of my boy newt taking care of all the creatures in his suitcase- and maybe a sideplot about picket’s struggle to fit in with the rest of the bowtruckle,,,, no johnny depp no deeper plot no awkward romantic pairings just good old newt scamander and his magical creatures

“well.. the horse have to back on his own trail sometimes” ___ Jesse McCree 
  Scenario practice on 1 point perspective . Jesse burst out of the glass window with the cylinder that he was ordered to take, zip-linning down to the client’s helicopter below.
   I have a headcanon that during the time of McCree’s wandering, he been hired by an annoymous group to do certain job for money, by mean job: heist. The man have to accept because he do need money for himself, and this kind of job is the one he good at ( at the past) ,in the end he got betrayed by the hirer but he escaped  successfully ( everytime ) [ not mention I did got his reward too ] 


greetings from tokyo! as some on twitter probably already know, i’m currently running around japan and so i took the chance to find this little gem of a place. wedged in an unnoticeable little alley in ginza. you’ll have to pardon the photo quality because my phone camera wasn’t built for low light scenarios.

i ordered a golden fizz (coincidentally written to be ango’s favourite) and if you can tell from that photo, i was actually seated in the corner - yes, the exact same corner that dazai used to chill in. how ironic. i was later moved inside to the very end which was right beside the photographs of the infamous trio (which was way too close for me to grab a picture of) and given a little matchbox and pamphlet of the place.

the place draws a really interesting crowd. i saw a share of fans having drinks and smokes there (one of them was in a bolo tie and an outfit that screams dazai, so there was that). very chill, very cool to be in, even as a regular customer with no knowledge of the series.

you’ll also notice in the third photo that there are a bunch of books written by the literati that frequented the bar, and amongst those books were two copies of dark era. very, very amusing.

  • INTP and ENFP are shopping at Target
  • ENFP: ah look at this mug!!
  • INTP: (softly gasps, gently lifts mug) i love mug

some doodles with a trio of dresses i found in my massive fashion folder

Found another great post on FB today:

“In other news, Luis Enrique is probably not going to extend his Barca contract and after watching certain Barca fans’ reactions to this particular piece of news - I would be immensely glad for him to not renew. The club will suffer (it will, make no mistake there) but yeah it’s what we deserve for being such a faux-elitist fanbase full of illusion-doused backhanded "opinions” about our current coach.

I mean seriously this guy is a legit Barca legend, was a club captain, was one of the few consistent performers in our darkest days in recent history, has won more than Pep did in his first two years as a coach, assembled the best ever frontline in club football history (I kick on the opinion of those who say Charlton-Best-Law was better because frankly feck your uninformed Wikipedia-totting bullshit) and broke almost every record in the club’’s history. Yet, he’s inadequate.

I get why other team’s fans will think lowly of him (they think CR and Messi are on the same level so anything is possible) and frankly he’’s not as good as Pep was/is overall (Pep is one of a kind), but he doesn’t need to be as good. In a war, being a great general doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be the greatest of tacticians. It means you have to be better than anyone else in bringing the best out of your troops. Pep brought the best out of Messi/Xavi/Iniesta/Keita/Pedro/Busquets. Lucho has brought the best out of Pique/Messi (again, like seriously), Suarez, Roberto, Busquets, Iniesta, and heck - even Bravo.

At the end of the day, all a general is concerned about is how his troops do in a war, and by that it means all he’s concerned about is winning. Now, that win might come via guerilla tactics (bus-parking), hidden traps (like those lethal MSN counter attacks) or by plain and simple all-out end-to-end clash (also add freakish luck in case of a certain other coach).

Fact of the matter is - Lucho knows he’s made history, and no matter what the clingy-cantankerous #LuchoOut brandishing Barca fans say - that simple fact won’t change. Lucho is one of the best/most successful coaches in the history of the club, heck, in the history of football, so yeah the joke’s on you.

Deal with it.“