babeobaggins:

this is still SO FUNNY

babeobaggins:

this is still SO FUNNY


togep_

vivi-shiba:

newvagabond:

(Moshi Moshi Nippon episode 4 part 2)

Kyary responding to a Moroccan fan’s message saying that she loves wearing kimono but doesn’t really wear it out since overseas people are a bit surprised by it and think she’s doing cosplay (rather than appreciating something she feels really connected to that comes from another part of the world).

kyary you are going to get right up the arses of a lot of tumblrinas if you keep up with this worldwide kawaii thing

tarou4:

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grass10:

grass10:

my brother is upset because he did not win the bug catching contest

my brother is in the United States Marine Corps

tastefullyoffensive:

Creations from French Girls, an iPhone app where people draw portraits based on selfies of others. [via]

Related: Subway Snapchat Art

live-loud-till-infinity:

Reblog (:
Can you please tag humans? Im a furry and don't like seeing gross people on my dash. Thank you! :3
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dokibots:

what

what the fuck is this

ichigo-shotokeki:

cadney:

believeintheheartofthecards:

Misako Aoki on Australia’s Next Top Model.

This actually makes me really angry. The models are super unprofessional and close-minded about the whole thing, and they keep making all these rude comments about the outfits chosen for them. I understand that as someone who’s never been exposed to any kind of jfash, it can all seem very weird, but as a model you’re supposed to be open minded about these things. It’s also super hard to watch because the girls don’t realize how many people would kill to be in their places. One girl has an entire coord picked out for her by Misako from the BTSSB store. Another girl gets to keep a BTSSB bonnet as a prize, which she openly mocks. 

I hate this video. I remember watching it several years ago and remarking about what a joke they made everything out to be. It’s similar to the TLC documentary on the shit scale of J-Fashion representation, for me. Such closed-minded girls don’t seem to have what it takes to understand fashion and creativity. Even if I would never wear the bonnet or didn’t understand it, I would appreciate that it was a gift and try to understand the different cultural interests of other individuals.

momoiroclover:

(Twitter / poro_ri: うさやすとにゃーりん^・v・^ …から)