chocolatemew:

i-effed-it-all-up:

songs by florence and the machine make me feel like i need to run barefoot through a misty forest wearing a flower crown

and reveal my true demon form as i burn the forest and everything in it down

euthanizeallwhitepeople:

yimie:

thisisnotkorea:

sorry-saranghaeyo:

Me as stalker of every asian guys
Today I went in Brussels and saw every asian guy there …so many *.* there *.* there… I’m in heaven~~~ *.* ♥♥♥♥♥
Yea I live in Belgium and didn’t went properly in Brussels stayed only at train station. Today it was first time that I went properly there. Why I don’t live there? ㅠㅡㅠ

So the last I liked so much because it’s really rare and unusual to see guys like korean actors in drama. That guy looked alike so much. That I took a picture.
The first has so many tatoos and was fine not really handsome.

They are not the only ones that I saw. There were so many. I will bring camera next time because it’s really weird to take pictures with a phone.

You are FUCKING DISGUSTING don’t take random pictures of strangers and DON’T FUCKING STALK PEOPLE you are a FUCKING CREEP

-admin J

This is actually illegal to do, sorry-saranghaeyo. I suggest you stop doing this bullshit and pull your head out of your ass ASAP. Disgusting trash.

This is dehumanizing. Beyond dehumanizing. And as yimie said above this is also HIGHLY ILLEGAL. THE ACT OF PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE ACT OF POSTING THEM ONLINE FOR THE PURPOSE OF YOUR PERVERTED RACIAL FETISHIZING IS NOT ONLY IMMORAL AND UNETHICAL BUT ILLEGAL AS HELL.

Things we (Asian men) are not

  • Animals in a Zoo
  • Animals in the wild
  • An inanimate object
  • On exhibit
  • Public property

You. are. fucking. garbage. Garbage.

Garbage.

Garbage. 

Garbage.

(Source: died-persona)

ruikuro:

Anonymous asked: Seijuuro or Momo

uglyfoxybaby:

jonsnowflakes:

Collegehumors’ new video is on point as always

DYING !!

microwaveburrito:

Listen here kid *takes a long drag from a cigarrette* ain’t nobody heard from that there Homestuck fandom in years. They say most of em went crazy afta some freak accident or some shit with clowns *smashes cigarrette under foot* I hear they all skipped town, found new fandoms…. But there’s a few mad ones left in there I tell ya, and they’ll eat your face boy if you take a one damn step near em

(Source: charlesby)

REBLOG 5:59pm 47583
tags: #homestuck

tomibunny:

If cisgender people REALLY thought “biological sex” was important and weren’t just using it to police trans people who complain about health forms, they would 

  • ask why there’s no intersex option on health forms 
  • ask why there isn’t a different column where you denote if you’re trans and whether you plan on getting surgery (you know, since that affects your HEALTH) 
  • use their cis privilege to point out the flaws in running health on a male/female system 
  • stop saying “biological sex” while ignoring the existence of intersex people, as well as people with hormonal imbalances that put them at risk for disorders that typically don’t apply to their “biological sex”

basically it’s really obvious that cis people only say “they NEED to ask male or female on health forms its for your HEALTH” to get trans people to shut up, because cis people are scared of change

vythefirst:

UGH UGH THE 2ND OST FOR SAMURAI FLAMENCO IS SO GOOD

chrysama:

After been serialized in Weekly Shōnen Jump since December 2008, Kuroko no Basuke has finally come to an end. Thank you Kuroko & friends for accompanying us for the past 6 years. Thank you Fujimaki-sensei for giving us a happy ending! 

crispyfishsticks:

04range:

feverworm:

i just wanted to clarify some things

artists know the risk they are taking when they post their art online. people are inevitably going to take it apart, color edit it, flip it around or otherwise post it uncredited.

saying that an artist shouldn’t post their work if they don’t want it bastardized is probably the stupidest stance on this subject you could take. if all artists followed this line of reasoning, there would be no art on the internet. 

when an artist posts their work, they are trusting you to enjoy it respectfully. and when you betray that trust either knowingly or unknowingly, it’s like saying the artist’s time, skills and thoughts aren’t worth anything.

you are NOT entitled to an artists work just because they decided to trust you enough to share it with you.

an artist is within their right to feel upset that someone has used their work in a way they never intended it to be used. they are within their right to ask for it to stop and not happen again.

just because it’s “bound to happen” doesn’t mean it’s any less deplorable.

I’d like add something that’s rarely ever discussed, but happens frequently enough to cause concern…

There are several online subcultures that support people creating original characters or personas. Artists and commissioners use these characters as visual representations and extensions of themselves, or even mascots for their brand. As a result, people will recognize and identify community members based on what their characters look like rather than what the people behind them look like IRL. This sometimes poses a danger to people’s reputations and livelihood whenever a stranger decides to use someone else’s character/identity or intellectual property without consent. I use to think nothing of it when someone stole my art and claimed it as theirs. I use to find it flattering whenever someone would think one of my characters was pretty enough to use for RP. That all came to a screeching halt when several things happened over the years I’ve posted my art online.

Case 1: People had threatened to harm me if they ever ran into me in person. This was due to an unsavory, highly homophobic individual who was causing a lot of issues on a role playing forum. They weren’t using my name, but they were using a small 100x100 pixel image of my personal character as their forum avatar. That was enough for people to assume it was me all along.

Case 2: I’ve had people nearly post my name on a well-known artist defamation blog because someone had stolen my artwork, pretended to be me, and had cheated several people out of a considerable amount of money. My reputation as an artist was nearly ruined by someone who tricked innocent people into thinking they were doing business with the real me.

Case 3: There was a girl who quickly became infamous for taking part in numerous hotel orgies at conventions. She was using multiple con badges that had art of my character/persona on them. If it weren’t for my roommates vouching for me and proving this girl was not me, my relationship with my friends and family would’ve been obliterated. All because a very promiscuous girl decided to use my character.

Case 4: The worst incident happened several years ago at the very first convention I’d ever attended. I was gleefully approached by a young man I didn’t recognize, but he definitely recognized me from my character on my badges. After a moment of confusion and discussion, we both realized he’d been duped into believing he and I had been forming a year-long intimate relationship online through an adult role playing site. Not only did an impersonator tell this guy they wanted to meet at the convention, but during their time getting to know one another, they also told him they were very much into realistic rape role play. Had this poor guy been taller, stronger, or more aggressive in nature, I could have been dragged off to a hotel room and raped under the impression that I liked it. The more that unfolded, the more terrified I became. That moment was when I completely stopped thinking character and art theft was a purely innocent thing. It can easily escalate into something insidious if the wrong person decides to take advantage of it.

Despite all the experiences I’ve had, there are still numerous people who believe I’m overreacting, unprofessional, or being immature when I speak out against art and character theft. These things really can matter in the long run, and I’m not the only artist who’s had issues with identity theft linked directly with art theft.

Thank you for being awesome, OP. <3

Re-blogging for the most excellent reply.  This stuff isn’t harmless.

I’ve mostly (to my knowledge) dodged the larger bullets but have had my share of being impersonated and dragged through enough RP site drama by people using my characters & creatures to know how miserable this shit is.  

wonkykrystol:

Yesterday’s Yowapeda 69 minutes challenge from twitter! The theme was Bouquet 

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