the EXACT same face


this started out with me wondering ‘what kind of expression would naegi have made when he found kirigiri was alive?’

then I quickly came to the conclusion that he’d have made the exact same face after when he was rescued from the trash, and was greeted by his friends back in dr1 the animation!

I’m glad and relieved naegi got the happy ending he deserves??? finally I can rest in peace and let the series go

okay no offence but with naegi’s new “grown up” design I literally can’t tell the fucking difference between him and hinata because now they have the exact same hair and everyone in this show suffers from same face syndrome


Just another example of the Hypersexualization the Black Female body is faced with.

These two women are wearing the exact same outfit, but somehow Rihanna is “basically naked” while Bella Hadid is “Next Level Edgy”.

Women will wear what we want when we want. Your opinion is not needed, nor wanted.

Root + Shaw existing


Watching you get all the attention with the pretty blonde cheerleader.

Not, watching you give all the attention to the pretty blonde cheerleader.

Think about it.


so @ashleyrguillory​ did the meme where you combine your oldest and newest fandoms! see her one here!! so i thought i’d try it out too

my oldest fandom is sailor moon! combined with one direction ot5, and bonus james corden because he’s MVP

“…I don’t see it.”

I swear to God I’m not trying to start another argument about character design. I mainly drew these two ‘cause they’re both sweet, adorable bbys and I wanted to practice differentiating between the two of them. It really was surprisingly easy. Wish I could’ve exaggerated Rapunzel’s roundness a bit more, but whatever.

Ugh, can I just have Honey’s entire wardrobe please?


you’ve heard of sun-wu and felix, now get ready for young-soon and felicity >:D

tagged to do the gender swap challenge by @habsims and who else but these guys lol, i kept their styles as close as i could since gender doesn’t dictate style :3c either way i love em

click the pictures for better quality!

I love so many things about The Force Awakens. One of them is how we meet the characters. Let’s start by looking at Rey.

We learn about Rey almost entirely by what we see. We aren’t given a long backstory. We don’t get a speech setting up who she is or what she wants. Instead, we’re given a series of moments that make us understand her–make us love her.

She scrubs at the parts she’s scavenged all day–and her attention wanders. She looks at the withered face of an elderly woman, doing the exact same thing, beside her.  And so we learn that Rey is afraid that she’ll be doing this her entire life. Her future is there in front of her, written on the face of that wrinkled, withered old woman.

Then we see she’s keeping track of time. Each day or week scratched onto the wall of her little hovel. The wall is covered in those lines. And so we learn she’s been abandoned. She’s alone, and she’s counting the days until that isn’t true, anymore.

Then she sits outside. Eats her food, and watches a ship fly up through the sky and fade away into the stars. She yearns for it. We learn that she wants something different. She wants to be on that ship. And she takes an old helmet–tries it on for size. Pretending she’s the pilot, speeding away. Like a little kid, playing pretend–or like Kylo Ren, playing Darth Vader with his own helmet, later on. We learn she’s still a kid. Whatever she’s been through, it hasn’t destroyed that part of her.

She saves the droid–says the creature who was trying to capture it doesn’t have respect for anyone. That shows us she does. Like Finn, no one taught her what was right. She figures it out for herself. There’s an inner voice–one she listens to. One Finn listens to. One Kylo Ren tries desperately to ignore. In this moment, we learn Rey will fight for right things, just because she feels it. And that’s what starts her adventure.

It all means something–all gets straight to who she is. And the story does this in a matter of a few minutes, while barely speaking a word.