Nanashi Jones: Personally Anyone

delusioninabox:

Daily #460! Doesn’t always mean something’s wrong if I suddenly want to keep to myself.

Just recharging the batteries.

heteroic:

glowcloud:

blogoftheplanetoftheapes:

bronte-saurous:

punkrockluna:

bunreal:

bunreal:

ANNE FRANK WAS BI

HOW DID NO ONE EVER TELL ME THIS

I FEEL FUCKING ROBBED

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_bisexual_people:_A-F#cite_note-221

!!!!!!!!!!

Excuse me while I memorize this list

I keep trying to tell people this but nobody believes me.

haha yea they edited bits of her diary out which included anne expressing attraction to girls and it’s even been banned from schools because of this!! fun fact

Looked this up and yeah it’s legit!

Unconsciously, I had these feelings even before I came
here. Once when I was spending the night at Jacque's, I could
no longer restrain my curiosity about her body, which she'd
always hidden from me and which I'd never seen. I asked her
whether, as proof of our friendiship, we could touch each
other's breasts. Jacque refused.

I also had a terrible desire to kiss her, which I did.
Every time I see a female nude, such as the Venus in my art
history book, I go into ecstasy. Sometimes I find them so
exquisite I have to struggle to hold back my tears. If only I
had a girlfriend!"

Woo history!

skeleton-gaga:

kuranosuke you’re breaking my heart

Kuranosuke, playing the part of me in my teenage years.

skeleton-gaga:

kuranosuke you’re breaking my heart

Kuranosuke, playing the part of me in my teenage years.

mrv3000:

::cackle::

Hey Yamino I know you've done head canons for Belsa, etc but what about Jane(Tarzan)/Elsa? Would a relationship flourish between them if Jane accompanied her scientist father to meet w/Elsa in order to figure out her powers? Also love your blog.

yamino:

I could see that… <3

And then there’s Yamino. Who launches all the best Frozen ships.

kateordie:

thekayleedavis:

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Well alright yep

::putting on things to get list::

katyanoctis:



But you can’t judge a book by its cover, dammit!
In actuality, the grave seriousness of Animorphs is what stands out most in my memories. This isn’t 10,000 pages of kids turning into butterflies. It’s a 10,000 page chronicling of war, and the central themes of the series are appropriately aligned with that subject matter. Once you’ve suspended your disbelief and firmly settled yourself into the bizarre sci-fi nature of the material, what you’ve got is five teenagers who struggle with things like dehumanization, the responsibility or leadership, sanity, insanity and morality. It is told with the horror of actual war, where the battle is not only physical, but mental as well. Is it right to kill unarmed enemies? Is it right to ask a team member and friend to carry out a dangerous mission? Is it right to retreat, to continue, to do anything?
Horrible things happen with surprising frequency in this series. Characters you’ve grown attached to have mental break-downs, crumble under the pressure, cease to be heroes. In fact, a lot of this series serves to debunk childish notions of battle and war as being something magnificent and heroic. The battles that are fought are not great feats or victories, but rather a series of jumbled, confusing actions that leave regret and sickness in the hearts of those who fought. Each decision, whether in the heat of battle or for the greater good, comes later to haunt the character who made it, and they forever feel the weight of their actions and their own short-comings.

via Why Animorphs is possibly the greatest sci-fi story ever told.

I never finished the series but I was SUPER into it for a long time. It really was well done and didn’t dumb things down into super black and white.

Yeah, Animorphs covers didn&#8217;t really convey everything that hit like a train through the heart. It was addictive reading, and it stuck with me.
I haven&#8217;t cracked one of the books in over a decade and I can still recite Elfangor and Ax&#8217;s full names from memory. I can tell you when Marco got in the fight; Rachel too- though hers was subtler and more devastating. I can recite Andalite Chronicles. I can also explain the history and anatomy of the Hork-Bajir.
And just thinking about Tobias&#8217;s father&#8230; ::heartache::
I still own the first Animorphs book I ever bought. I picked it up in a book fair when I was 13. What I read would stick with me to this day.

katyanoctis:

But you can’t judge a book by its cover, dammit!

In actuality, the grave seriousness of Animorphs is what stands out most in my memories. This isn’t 10,000 pages of kids turning into butterflies. It’s a 10,000 page chronicling of war, and the central themes of the series are appropriately aligned with that subject matter. Once you’ve suspended your disbelief and firmly settled yourself into the bizarre sci-fi nature of the material, what you’ve got is five teenagers who struggle with things like dehumanization, the responsibility or leadership, sanity, insanity and morality. It is told with the horror of actual war, where the battle is not only physical, but mental as well. Is it right to kill unarmed enemies? Is it right to ask a team member and friend to carry out a dangerous mission? Is it right to retreat, to continue, to do anything?

Horrible things happen with surprising frequency in this series. Characters you’ve grown attached to have mental break-downs, crumble under the pressure, cease to be heroes. In fact, a lot of this series serves to debunk childish notions of battle and war as being something magnificent and heroic. The battles that are fought are not great feats or victories, but rather a series of jumbled, confusing actions that leave regret and sickness in the hearts of those who fought. Each decision, whether in the heat of battle or for the greater good, comes later to haunt the character who made it, and they forever feel the weight of their actions and their own short-comings.

via Why Animorphs is possibly the greatest sci-fi story ever told.

I never finished the series but I was SUPER into it for a long time. It really was well done and didn’t dumb things down into super black and white.

Yeah, Animorphs covers didn’t really convey everything that hit like a train through the heart. It was addictive reading, and it stuck with me.

I haven’t cracked one of the books in over a decade and I can still recite Elfangor and Ax’s full names from memory. I can tell you when Marco got in the fight; Rachel too- though hers was subtler and more devastating. I can recite Andalite Chronicles. I can also explain the history and anatomy of the Hork-Bajir.

And just thinking about Tobias’s father… ::heartache::

I still own the first Animorphs book I ever bought. I picked it up in a book fair when I was 13. What I read would stick with me to this day.

aesopsrobots:

Ryan Lang.

IT GOT BETTER.

 - this is VERY important
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fuck-benedict-cumberbatch:

very

That’s some grade A panty dissolver right there. 

Too many young girls don’t know how to act when someone’s being inappropriate with them. They giggle or they try to brush it off. Don’t do that. Tell them to go fuck themselves - be a bitch. If someone’s being disrespectful to you, be disrespectful right back. Show them the same amount of respect that they show you.
Wise words from my mom  (via idioticteen)