THEReS a FLY AT MY WORK THAT WONT LEAVE ME ALONE
you know a weeb is a real fuckin weeb when you see them reblog a vague ass anime screencap without even any characters in it and tag it as the anime its from
thats the whole game
Hey all! I’ve been wanting to do a giveaway for a while now, but I didn’t know what to do. Well, I finally decided on something. Since this is my first giveaway, I want it to be a small one, so what I’m going to do is giveaway a Minecraft game code!…
note to self don’t think about your otp curled up together in bed, legs and arms all tangled together between blankets to fight off the cold and listening to the sound of rain and each other’s breathing, faces buried in tangles of hair or against the other’s chest/neck and pressing little kisses against their cheek or their shoulder or their neck and mumbling about how lucky they are to have the other because you will get feelings and then cry
I’m planning on buying a haikyuu!! Cosplay today if I get paid
friendly reminder that if we’re mutuals and you wanna exchange snapchat names or instagram or something you’re more than welcome (encouraged) to shoot me an ask
I’m still torn on whether this is the greatest thing I’ve ever done or the stupidest.
i lost it at “me dammit”
when your leg turns against you
I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING. OMFG.
this is 500% of what’s wrong with my life
i just love the disbelief in the cat’s eyes over the fact that her own leg is kicking the shit out of her
Last night Winslow cuddled against my neck until we both fell asleep and it was the cutest thing ever
this just goes to show that everybody starts somewhere. Look at the amazing progress this cosplayer made in 9 years. it’s fantastic. I encourage everybody to continue cosplaying, no matter what others say, because there are inspirations out there for everybody.
It’s really important to remind people that everyone starts somewhere. Cosplayers are not born with thread and wig fibers in their veins, all of it is skill that you learn through practice. The best way to make progress on cosplaying is to keep cosplaying and challenging yourself and trying new things. Even if you look back and your first few sewn outfits were barely held together by safety pins, just think about what you learned from that experience about sewing, fabric, patterns, techniques, the list goes on! Good cosplayers are not born - they are made and hand crafted by their own willpower and perseverance.