This is the tumblr of MissPhoenix7777 (who currently goes by "BlackCatNepeta" for now).

I am a girl who appreciates a lot of, and because of that, my tumblr is kinda all out there.

This is what you will most likely see me reblog:
Homestuck
Yu-gi-oh!
Yu Yu Hakusho
Free! Iwatobi Swim Club
Madoka Magica
ThatGuyWithTheGlasses
Pokemon
Other Anime
Other Cartoons
Social Justice Posts (Don't worry, I'm not a "I hate men" person. I call that shit out too)
Etc.

Wallpaper by Oowada-kun on DA

 

everydaycomics:

a comic about dressing for success starring RPG TEAM  … part 1…

why do fantasy classes all dress the same anyways.. who decided this…

caiju:

elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey:

tffnyblws:

theyoungveinsvevo:

*does laundry but like in a punk way*

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*does laundry but in a musical theatre way*

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*does musical theatre but in a punk way*

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(Source: ryanxross)

angelrin89:

angelrin89:

Seeing a fanfic that has potential from reading the premise.

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It also has great grammar and spelling.

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The characters are all in character!

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It’s a completed story!!

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http://unfiltered.notalwayslearning.com/post/92680278325/high-school-tokyo-japan-im-not-part-of-the

nalunfiltered:

High School

Tokyo, Japan

(I’m not part of the drama club of our school but I decide to help them with a play they’re going to have due to owing a friend a few favors. Originally, I’m only supposed to have a minor role but I eventually end up having the main character role, despite not wanting…

Is it the fake story writer again?

salamanderperch:

lightninging:

tovetar:

the—-cat—is—called—hamish:

goldenheartedrose:

ramblelifeaway:

earthgoth:

helbows:

Introducing the Social Intelligence Test! From what I can tell, it’s sponsored by Harvard and it’s rather interesting. The basis is you look at pictures of people going through different emotions and decide what emotion they’re feeling. The trick is, you can only see their eyes.

How well can you read people? I never thought I was good at it, but I scored rather high on this test. It was a very interesting experience! I highly recommend taking this!

23 OUT OF 36

33 out of 36.

16 out of 36.

When I say I can’t read faces, especially eyes, uh, yeah.  This is what I mean.

/failure at people about 2/3 of the time.

I got 28, but I think I’ve done this test before, and I worked some of them out/ or knew them or remembered them, and some guesses. 

I remember last time having got a low score and thinking “I expected a low score, but not that”. 

I couldn’t do it irl though.

I got 27, Some of my answers were guesswork though, and more often than not it felt like seeing the entire face of a person would have helped considerably.

…20 out of 36. Below average but not horrendous; I am unsurprised.

29/36

HUH

28/36

So I’m the average. I am surprised that I did score that high though

gookygox:

remove the word mildly, because if you’re truly triggered it’s beyond “uncomfortable” otherwise, THIS

Something to add, when you are tagging triggers, it’s better to just say “trigger” instead of “trigger warning: trigger”

Most newcomers are not exactly are gonna be familiar with “trigger warnings”, and often just avoid the word itself. Make it easier for them to blacklist it out by just referring to the trigger, rather then adding fancy bells and whistles to it that only people extremely familiar will understand.

Same goes for “cw: trigger” or “content warning: trigger”.

Just be simple.

(Source: sickhypnotik)

xinester:

my illustration for my good friend mojgon's upcoming bravely default fanbook! it’s edea in her red mage costume. thanks for inviting me, girl!

sony-shock:

So have a lil preview of some Danglyropes.
This is born from the fact that when you simplify Yamada, he really looks like an old cartoon. Then my hand slipped. Shall the 15 danglies be made eventually.

mineralists:

A collection of 850 mineral eggs carved in the renowned gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

mineralists:

A collection of 850 mineral eggs carved in the renowned gem-cutting center of Idar-Oberstein, Germany.

thetigerstrike:

i-bonesnapper:

dioisagenuinelygoodguy:

This had gone way too far

I found the reason


Don’t forget, everyone, if a movie you like outsells a movie *you* like that obviously means that the whole population is fucked in the head and wears diapers.

People Who Have A Need for Adult Diapers:- Elderly- People With Cognitive Impairment (Such as Dementia)- People Who are Mobile-Impaired (Bedridden, Wheelchair bound, Paralyzed)- Incontinence (Especially among women)
Just to name a few.
It should be noted that a good portion of Japan’s population consists of elderly people, who are the target audience for adult diapers.
In the meantime, Japan’s birthrate is going through a dramatic decline. There are not enough people in japan having sex and producing children to make up for the natural decline caused by the elder population dying. Many of them don’t see the point, and their conservative culture is a huge blame for this. People are choosing work over having children, and most of it is the government’s fault.
In other words, there are more elderly people then there are children. Therefore, the number of adult diapers is obviously gonna outsell the children’s diapers.
And more importantly, how does ANY of this tie to Frozen outselling Evagelion and Spirited Away? Abso-fucking-lutely nothing.
It’s just a stupid excuse for weeaboos to make fun of Frozen without a single inking of of sociology.

thetigerstrike:

i-bonesnapper:

dioisagenuinelygoodguy:

This had gone way too far

I found the reason

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Don’t forget, everyone, if a movie you like outsells a movie *you* like that obviously means that the whole population is fucked in the head and wears diapers.

People Who Have A Need for Adult Diapers:
- Elderly
- People With Cognitive Impairment (Such as Dementia)
- People Who are Mobile-Impaired (Bedridden, Wheelchair bound, Paralyzed)
- Incontinence (Especially among women)

Just to name a few.

It should be noted that a good portion of Japan’s population consists of elderly people, who are the target audience for adult diapers.

In the meantime, Japan’s birthrate is going through a dramatic decline. There are not enough people in japan having sex and producing children to make up for the natural decline caused by the elder population dying. Many of them don’t see the point, and their conservative culture is a huge blame for this. People are choosing work over having children, and most of it is the government’s fault.

In other words, there are more elderly people then there are children. Therefore, the number of adult diapers is obviously gonna outsell the children’s diapers.

And more importantly, how does ANY of this tie to Frozen outselling Evagelion and Spirited Away? Abso-fucking-lutely nothing.

It’s just a stupid excuse for weeaboos to make fun of Frozen without a single inking of of sociology.

policymic:

15 beautiful photos show a side of Pakistan not usually seen in the media

While the media’s portrayal of Pakistan reduces the country’s 179.2 million people to broad-brush stereotypes, the reality is quite different. Here are images that show a side to Pakistan that goes beyond the headlines.

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(Source: micdotcom)