“Wait for me to come home”
Long Distance Relationship (AU)

Anime: Free! Eternal Summer
Artist: Ed Sheeran
Song: Photograph
Pairing: Sosuke x Rin

(or scenes that didn’t actually happen in the real show -not yet at least-)

cit. “I heard you were talking s**t about my Otp, 
so I came to the rescue with a long and full of feels AMV
seems legit to me


Research has shown that these Marmosets can learn by watching how-to videos.

They installed a TV and played a video of other marmosets manipulating a box in order to take out a treat, with most of those who watched the video learning to do it themselves.

(Via Nature)



Art project from VJsuave is a projection unit fitted to a tricycle, designed to display animated childrens pictures in public spaces and encourage play:

Vjsuave has two audiovisual tricycles adapted with a projector, computer, speakers and batteries. They’re used so that the small narratives with characters and poetry can travel open spaces, lighting the walls on a large scale. The projections illuminate walls, trees, lakes, sidewalks and propose a playful interactivity with the public. With the video manipulated in real time, Suaveciclos bring art to all audiences and create unique moments between the city and the viewer.



It’s been years since we last enjoyed an amazing display of contact juggling. Swiss juggler Joseph Viatte has awesomely mind-bending moves that make it appear as though the clear sphere in his hands is floating in midair, impervious to the force of gravity.

To check out more of his astonishing performances visit Joseph Viatte’s website or Facebook page.

[via Twisted Sifter]

These two always manage to get out of their game! Ahhh xD

We went on a supermarket once and saw an aisle( @xinniazeos made me spell it like that xD) with the spaghetti sauce and ketchups are on the same aisle. They said, Sans and papyrus and so I made this xD

I got scolded by a guard xD

I have commissions, here is the info:

We can talk about abuse, we can talk about consent, but we can’t be the judges and juries of an entire community, which is what a video addressing specific occurrences and individuals would, in effect, be. I sometimes feel like people are asking me to become a special investigations unit imbued with the power to try and convict a person without ever leaving my bedroom. Doing that would be impossible, terrifying, and possibly illegal.

And so we make videos about these problems generally. I made a video about what consent is and is not. And I’d like to make a video about how manipulative relationships work.

But making comments about situations which are ongoing or currently in the legal system…making judgements about people and deciding who is right and wrong…I am not capable of that. I wish we knew everything and could make these things simple, but we can’t. Realizing this limitation and struggling within it part of what triggered me feeling pretty shitty this week.

I can say, however, that I am listening very carefully, and when it seems like creators might be using their power to take advantage of their fans, I am acting on that…I just might not be able to do it publicly.


Hank Green answering if he is going to address abuse with a video in the comments of Vlogbrothers

I know a lot of people felt concerned about the Green brothers (not) addressing the issue and maybe this would make it clearer to those of us that don’t scroll through all the comments on every video.


Just one week after we featured hypnotic contact juggling out of Switzerland, here’s another even more mesmerizing video of a master object manipulator, this time in Taipei, Taiwan. Kuma Films (previously featured here) created this awesome video of a Taiwanese contact juggler named AJ performing with incredibly grace and skill using not just one, but two, three, four, and sometimes as many as six beautiful spheres. At times the balls appear to move as though they’ve got a will of their own and AJ is simply their keeper, and other times we’d swear he’s actually a wizard.

Check out the Kuma Films website and Instagram feed for more jaw-dropping performances.

[via Laughing Squid and Kuma Films]


in other news, MMD is too much power for me thank you @its-captain-senpai, google chrome takes 20 hours to upload a video before timing out at 99%, firefox does the upload in about an hour instead after that goddammit, i halfway figured out camera motion,

and Papyrus is totally a fantastic dancer.