fav


uh hm hm hey so i’m finally trying this

ok now imagine if this were all in hangul characters instead and u wouldn’t even hesitate to reblog

ok now imagine if this were all in hangul characters instead and u wouldn’t even hesitate to reblog

u0o:

laurark:

sacredprism:

INTERNET COMICS 2 - Maré Odomo

available for pre-order

oh my god I am so excited.

ya ya yaaaaa

maré!!

uiji:

CLASKA Gallery & Shop “DO”

(via fungoth)


protect me from what i want

unnaturalistic forms

chazgiese:

☁️
tvpartyorchestra:

mikiko hara

tvpartyorchestra:

mikiko hara

(via abysms)

those pants make your butt look great asked by Anonymous

thank you so much. bless your heart ❤️

When people on tumblr say "Senpai noticed me" and other variations of it, Do you find it offensive? I haven't seen much being said about it and i wasn't sure if it was, so i haven't used it and I'm not sure if i should point it out to some people(that it could potentially be offensive), but I'm not sure if i have the rite to since I'm not Japanese and from what I've seen it's not been used in a mean way- although i could be wrong. Could you tell me your views on this subject please? asked by Anonymous

thisisnotjapan:

it’s really annoying, it’s relevant to this question in the FAQ: 

Is it appropriation to use words like kawaii and sugoi randomly in english?

It depends on the situation, however using it that way is generally problematic in the same way a white person using random Spanish in their words is. It not only waters down the meaning of the words, it also is often used to make fun of or characaturize Japanese language/culture. Another thing to consider is the way Japanese is popularly mocked in western places and the discrimination Japanese people face in the west merely for speaking our native language. Either way if you’re not currently speaking the language it’s often disrespectful to say the least. Here’s more discussion on that:

x

x

Even if you’re using it sarcastically?? Like to make fun of weaboos? I’m not trying to offend anyone. 

Okay great you can criticize an already unpopular thing, but I feel like it’s almost worse than what weaboos do because now it’s not even genuine anymore. The words are even further separated from their culture and original meaning. You’re still making our native language into a joke, and that has a lot more history and oppression attached to it than just “being offended”. 

mungbeam:

100% of the time

mungbeam:

100% of the time

theme