An Audience of Squid

PERFORMING DEAD

sircuddlebuns:

Skip the Use - Nameless World

I AM SO IN LOVE WITH THIS! THE SONG AND THE ANIMATION ARE SO GOOD I AM HAVING AN OUT OF BODY EXPERIENCE PLEASE WATCH THIS YOU WILL NOT BE SORRY

Omgggggg so slick

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snoopdogg420:

ichibrose:

leaving these on my main blog so I can remember the goodliness of Araki’s art

i still want a giant book of all of these really badly

My Boys

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bahijd:

crofesima:

Favourite animators: Shinya Ohira (大平晋也)

Learn/watch more:

The one and only Shinya Ohira

Cooooooool

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As y’all know, I work with ACR, a 501c3 cat rescue organization. We are in desperate need of fosters for the cats already in our systems, and for continued pulls off the kill list at Animal Control. 

Please reblog this and ask any friends and family you may have in the area if they are interested in fostering. 

  1. Fostering can be long or short term. If you are fostering cats from within our system, they can always be returned back to us if something doesn’t work out.
  2. Fostering is absolutely a possibility for people who already have pets. We can help you with introductions if you’ve never done it before. 
  3. All medical expenses will be covered by ACR. It would be great if you could pay for food and litter because we do not have extensive funds, but if that’s not a possibility, we can help you out with that as well. 
  4. We work around what you would like in a foster cat. There are dozens of cats in need and more coming in every day. 

I can personally speak to you about fostering if you have any questions; if you think you’re ready to foster, you can fill out the very simple application on our website by clicking “Foster/Adoption Application” on the left-hand side. Feel free to leave me asks (‘queen’ on tumblr) or email me at talenalydia@gmail.com. You can list me, Talena Smith, as how you found out about ACR on the application.

PLEASE REBLOG EVEN IF YOU DON’T LIVE IN THE AREA.

Thank you for your support!

help a kitty

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joebluefox:

queenlionsnake:

Everyone else is like, “Sanic was in Steven Universe!” Yeah, that’s cool, but honestly…

UTENA WAS IN STEVEN UNIVERSE!!! REVOLUTIONARY GIRL UTENA!!!

Steven Universe and Utena? Two of my favorite things, right there, folks.

(Oh hey, first time making gifs.)

Reblogging for a special someone.

PhhhhhhhhhwwwwaaaaAaaaa???

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frannyxlife:

[jeans with hole in knee: Zara BASIC | chelsea boots: Zara MAN ]
"Blue jeans, white shirt…" is what Lana Del Rey sings on her track Blue Jeans and she’s not the only one to link the two together.
The synonymity of blue jeans and a white t-shirt suggests blue jeans are something run of the mill; everyday and average. But having a look in my own wardrobe, I’ve come to realize that blue jeans are anything but. Every pair of blue jeans that I own have some sort of distressing or patchwork design.
Sure, everyone knows that a good basic pair of denim is a wardrobe essential but there’s alway room for fun. The only denim that is left in it’s most basic state are the plethora of black denim that makes up about three quarters of my bottom options.
That’s not to say that I have anything against a straight-forward pair of blue jeans, but, and even Timm Gunn has expressed this, the right pair of jeans is the hardest thing to shop for. There are endless wash options, endless cuts and what seems to be an unnecessary amount of stitching details that finding a truly basic, but good pair of blue jeans may prove difficult. 
Which leads into why I probably gravitate towards the more destroyed blue jean options. If it’s too difficult to find something that is right, find something that is wrong and make it right. I mean isn’t this the whole ideology behind what Miuccia Prada does? 


[black denim jacket: Zara MAN | long sleeve polo: Fred Perry in maroon]


[waxed jacket: Barbour]


[peg leg jeans: Zara TRF | shoes: Zara MAN]


[leopard lined parka: Zara TRF | patchwork denim: Zara WOMAN]


[silver loafers: similar here]
- franny

Can I have all this, this whole look

frannyxlife:

[jeans with hole in knee: Zara BASIC | chelsea boots: Zara MAN ]

"Blue jeans, white shirt…" is what Lana Del Rey sings on her track Blue Jeans and she’s not the only one to link the two together.

The synonymity of blue jeans and a white t-shirt suggests blue jeans are something run of the mill; everyday and average. But having a look in my own wardrobe, I’ve come to realize that blue jeans are anything but. Every pair of blue jeans that I own have some sort of distressing or patchwork design.

Sure, everyone knows that a good basic pair of denim is a wardrobe essential but there’s alway room for fun. The only denim that is left in it’s most basic state are the plethora of black denim that makes up about three quarters of my bottom options.

That’s not to say that I have anything against a straight-forward pair of blue jeans, but, and even Timm Gunn has expressed this, the right pair of jeans is the hardest thing to shop for. There are endless wash options, endless cuts and what seems to be an unnecessary amount of stitching details that finding a truly basic, but good pair of blue jeans may prove difficult. 

Which leads into why I probably gravitate towards the more destroyed blue jean options. If it’s too difficult to find something that is right, find something that is wrong and make it right. I mean isn’t this the whole ideology behind what Miuccia Prada does? 

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[black denim jacket: Zara MAN | long sleeve polo: Fred Perry in maroon]

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[waxed jacket: Barbour]

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[peg leg jeans: Zara TRF | shoes: Zara MAN]

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[leopard lined parka: Zara TRF | patchwork denim: Zara WOMAN]

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[silver loafers: similar here]

- franny

Can I have all this, this whole look

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