The most beautiful cat cafe I have been to. It’s called Temari no Ouchi (Temari’s house) in Tokyo, Japan. The soft music and ambience feels like you are in a Studio Ghibli film. Had to take the Japan Railway there, but was totally worth the extra trip, & unlike the central Tokyo cat cafes, this one has no time limit, so feels totally relaxed. Several girls were even sleeping there amongst the cats.
No time limit?
PACK UP MY BAGS I’M MOVIN’ IN
Page 382, AND the end of Chapter 9!
Chapter 10 will start soon!
Here it is! Impact Theory is a comic I’ve been working on for the past few years, and I have ~finally~ have gotten to a point where I can launch it! It’s a boys love story inspired by astronomical events~ It has curses and fated head wounds and split personalities and boys kissing and I’m real dang excited to finally be putting it out there!
These are the first six pages! I am trying not to think about the flowers I have to draw later on;;; I will be updating this comic on Fridays at noon, CST!
Thank you for reading, and reblogs are greatly appreciated to help spread the word of my gay earth and moon comic. <3
wooooww it looks super great so far! ÖuÖ
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SlideShow s01e02: Tilt the set! [x]
australian comedy at its finest
ok let the record show i watched an episode of this recently and it’s actually super hilarious for such a super dumb basic premise.
from Spirited Away
If there’s any one reason (and there’s no just ONE reason) I love this movie, it’s because of this scene. I’m not even sure what that scene does to me, but it does it every time.
Like…how can it be nostalgia if the first time I’ve been on a train was in my late 20’s? Maybe it’s loneliness? Resolution? Progression? Nostalgia is a definite factor, though.
Hyperbole is so easy and overdone on Tumblr…but OMG this scene…just….AHHHHHGH. Right? :p
I can’t be the only one……right? Does anyone have any insight as to why this scene is so great (IN context to the rest of the film. It’s not nearly so powerful without)?
I have no insights for you, but I totally feel the same way about it! It’s really weird, because when I saw this movie for the first time I saw it in theatres and I missed this scene because this is when I got up to go to the bathroom. But then when I saw it for a second time and every time since, it’s just punched me right in the heart. It feels like nostalgia, it’s true! I was never on a train before I saw it, either, and no train experience has ever felt like this scene makes me feel.
Thinking about it now, you know what does give me a similar feeling? Remembering being in the back of the car during the long, long overnight/early morning drives from my house to like my Grandpa’s house for Thanksgiving. We’d spend 9 hours bundled up in the car so my parents would always make sure we were mostly asleep when we left… This feels like that?? Being a kid and in the car at night. What a weirdly specific feeling!
25 year old Chen Yen-hui recreates makeup looks from the Tang dynasty
click here for more Tang dynasty eyebrows!
The one with the birds is my fave. Just like. “What if I drew a duck on my face today” —some Tang Dynasty fashion maven
(Source: 70s--postmiserablism, via non-westernhistoricalfashion)
2 new pages for Nwain: The Knight Who Wandered Dream!
Start Here || Page 12 | Page 13
The comic updates on the last Tuesday of each month.
In traditional Cambodian wedding ceremonies we have a hand fastening ceremony, and since hand fastening has been this cross cultural thing and has been around for years I don’t see why not.
It’s a lot more legit then the whole diamond ring tradition.
It is official. At…
Here in WA you can do literally whatever you want as long as someone signs the paperwork.