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Hello my name is Margarita, or Maggie for short, I love anime and everything about it. My favorites right now include Soul Eater, FMA Brotherhood, and Tonari No Kaibutsu-Kun. My all time favorite is Digimon :] I am a Musician, and an artist. I play some piano too.


mangaluva:

Sometimes I can’t stop thinking about how Zuko accidentally spoke against his father and begged for forgiveness, on his knees with tears in his eyes, and got half his face burned off and banished from his home

Then Zuko betrayed his uncle and everything Iroh had ever taught him, begged for forgiveness on his knees with tears in his eyes, and got a hug and complete forgiveness and unconditional love

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acetactician:

nyriikos:

I haven’t drawn anything in a while and this is all I have to show for my absence.

Im going to kill u 🔪🍊

acetactician:

nyriikos:

I haven’t drawn anything in a while and this is all I have to show for my absence.

Im going to kill u 🔪🍊

— 1 hour ago with 289 notes
plagueofmadness:

A 19th century vampire slayer


The remains were found during the
excavation of a marketplace in Poland’s West Pomeranian Province. The burial is thought to date back to the 16th
century and shows signs that the people of the time carried out a special ritual in the belief
that the subject being interred was a vampire.
“A piece of brick rubble in the mouth and pierced thigh indicates that it is a vampire
burial,” said dig leader Slawomir Gorka. “This was done not for him, but for the community,.who lived here.” Similar burials were believed to have been
common in the region between the 13th and 17th centuries when vampires were an integral
part of superstitions and folklore.
“There is a strong Slavic belief in spirits,” said Dr Tim Beasley-Murray. “Romanian folklore
has vampiric figures such as the moroi and strigoi. The word ‘mora’ means nightmare. But
these are common to many cultures. We often
see bird or owl-like figures that swoop and feed on you.”

plagueofmadness:

A 19th century vampire slayer


The remains were found during the
excavation of a marketplace in Poland’s West Pomeranian Province. The burial is thought to date back to the 16th
century and shows signs that the people of the time carried out a special ritual in the belief
that the subject being interred was a vampire.
“A piece of brick rubble in the mouth and pierced thigh indicates that it is a vampire
burial,” said dig leader Slawomir Gorka. “This was done not for him, but for the community,.who lived here.” Similar burials were believed to have been
common in the region between the 13th and 17th centuries when vampires were an integral
part of superstitions and folklore.
“There is a strong Slavic belief in spirits,” said Dr Tim Beasley-Murray. “Romanian folklore
has vampiric figures such as the moroi and strigoi. The word ‘mora’ means nightmare. But
these are common to many cultures. We often
see bird or owl-like figures that swoop and feed on you.”

(via pastel-otaku)

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elefseus:

i love this dumb turtledove like you have an entire backyard where you could find stationary shade but no you decide to chill out in the tiny spot of shade cast by the birdfeeder which moves so quickly that you have to get up every ten minutes why did you make this decision why do you make this decision every day

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handjob:

when your game freezes and you haven’t saved in a while

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theshoutingendoflife:

jaclcfrost:

standing next to sunflowers always makes me feel weak like “look at this flower. this flower is taller than i am. this flower is winning and i’m losing”

Wow you are not ready to hear about trees.

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slacktension:

pulpofiction:

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this happened yesterday and I laughed about it

and with our powers combined…!!

(Source: steinbecks, via makocoolunderfire)

— 1 hour ago with 653 notes

sylviabal:

michaelvarrati:

tommyjarvisx3:

always reblog

I mean, the evidence speaks for itself.

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tinylittletrashbot:

the-pursuit-of-yaoi:

prozdvoices:

Anonymous said:

Could you please do a clip of Team Rocket using insults that are a lot heavier than “twerp”?

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meowth, control yourself

I HAVE NA EEVER LAGUHED SO HA RD IN MY ENTRE L IF E

james sounds so fuckin offended like omf

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— 1 hour ago with 85610 notes

danadelions:

so. I visited my cousin’s apartment today

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