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Usagi Tsukino - Episode 1 vs Episode 200

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"Who gives a fuck about an Oxford comma?"


Suddenly, there is a great rumbling.

Over hill, over dale, through forest, through fog, they come. Some walk. Some fly. Some crawl. Some simply move deep within the bowels of the earth. They are massive in number, terrifying in their fury. They blot out the sun from the grass below. They nearly shake the earth from orbit with their rage.

They are the English majors. 

They give a fuck about an Oxford comma.

non-English major who gives all the fucks about Oxford commas!

holla for the Oxford comma fandom!

(via i909)

"You are not brave because you said no, or brave because you ran away, or because you looked love in the face and said “not today.” There is nothing courageous about the way you left me, open handed, palms outwards, waiting. I was standing at your door and I was saying “I will take you as you are if you will do the same for me.” You didn’t know how to. No one had taught you that wanting someone desperately is like sliding out of your clothes and out of your skin and laying yourself at their feet. All skin and no walls. All soul and no teeth, no metal, no keys. No one had shown you how lovely vulnerability can be. How proud it is to be naked in front of someone. Fully clothed, naked. Arms full of heart. Heart full of rain. Body like an olive branch, I am telling you that I love you today. I am telling you that I am not scared to be fragile in front of you. I am telling you that I trust you to look after my gentle. Keep it safe, don’t keep it hidden. They say that giving your name to someone is giving them power over you. I wrote my name on your wrists. I wrote it in your mouth. Whispered it into your ear. I said “here, this is who I am, do what you will with it. I am not scared. I am not frightened.” Even then, even after that, in that quiet rain filled room I watched you stitch yourself back up again and turn away, I watched you do it without me. I kept my hands open anyway, just in case. Here, the mattress is asking you what you’re doing. Here, the walls have known how you sound when you murmur my name. Here, everything is wondering where your brave is. Where has your courage gone? Where is your wolf? I know that you can feel in colours that haven’t been invented yet. I know that you’re trembling beneath your soldier body. I would have loved you enough for the both of us. Until then, I will run through the streets after dark holding a sign that says ‘I SURVIVED LOVING A MAN WHO DID NOT KNOW HOW TO LOVE ME BACK AND IT WAS GLORIOUS.’"

Azra.T “not leaving your heart wide open was the most cowardly thing you’ll ever do”  (via 5000letters)

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2014 “Magical Girl” Acrylic paint, Canvas F10 17.91x20.86

exhibition work
"Magical Girl Heroines: Sailor Moon and sailor senshi"

Making video :) / Canvas art “Magical Girl”

… fuck.


(via railtracer)


"Despite what you may believe, you can disappoint people and still be good enough. You can make mistakes and still be capable and talented. You can let people down and still be worthwhile and deserving of love. Everyone has disappointed someone they care about. Everyone messes up, lets people down, and makes mistakes. Not because we’re inadequate or fundamentally inept, but because we’re imperfect and fundamentally human. Expecting anything different is setting yourself up for failure."

Daniell Koepke (via fairestregal)

(Source: internal-acceptance-movement, via brainflossandmindfrills)



Track of the Day #586

It almost seems strange to realise that the composition of choral music is not solely the domain of the past, but that breath-taking new compositions are still being created today.

To read of all musical technicalities that this composer’s various pieces involve is imposing, yet to listen to them is to hear a freshness and honesty that belies the complex harmonies and compound meters that might be present. This is thoroughly modern choral music!
And to take the modernity as far as it can go, some of the pieces have now been performed by virtual choirs: voices from across the world joining together, in both literal and metaphorical harmony, to wonderful effect. This has even been achieved live! - Truly wondrous and well worth watching.

Poetry fans will also want to know that the text of the above piece was adapted from the poem El Cántaro Roto (The Broken Water-Jug) by Octavio Paz.

The more you listen to these pieces (as well as watch the live performances) the more you will begin to fall in love with this musical magic.