That's rough, buddy.

esspug:

fma day yeahyeahyeah….

paperhopes:

mangameme: (4/5 arcs) fullmetal alchemist  the final arc

Will you lower yourself to an ordinary human, unable to use alchemy?

It’s not about lowering myself. I was an ordinary human from the start. A small person, unable to save a single girl who had been turned into a chimera.

Conclusion: Seriously though that body, like how?
Happy belated Birthday Minji!

professorsugoi:

the-bored-cat:

What does kindness get you? This.

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monkeyscandance:

I am so happy about their friendship, I just want them to hang out forever.

monkeyscandance:

I am so happy about their friendship, I just want them to hang out forever.

yourhandiheld:

here’s a preview for one of my submissions for the free! bl fanbook :’^)

yourhandiheld:

here’s a preview for one of my submissions for the free! bl fanbook :’^)

thedoommerchant:

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Wait so in Japanese the last name is written first and then is the first name so y in haikyu!! They never call Hinata by his first name
Anonymous

hm, to be honest I don’t quite know how they write names, but I think the reason that Hinata doesn’t get called by his first name is the cultural differences:) At least that’s what I got from reading-watching mangas and anime. For example, here in Ukraine calling someone just by their second name is considered very distant and genuinely quite..rude in a way (unless it’s a very formal call but then using the first name is kind of required too), so we tend to call each other by the first names (except if it’s with teachers-older people it goes with full name and a name of a father’s name (like patronymic).

It seems like in Japan calling someone by their first name is quite..a big deal? At least it’s the impression I got. Like, calling someone by their first name is supposed to be quite a private thing and means that you’re closer with this person? Haha so I guess that’s why they don’t quite call Hinata Shouyou:D

*I’m sorry if I’m not exactly right here*

How does Oofuri compare Ace of Diamonds?
Anonymous

hm, the greatest similarity is that the both animes are revolving around baseball:D Though I’d say the stories are different. The main protagonists (pitchers haha) are just distinctively different.

If Sawamura (from Diamond no Ace) is the pitcher with originall quite high self-esteem (haha higher than it should be, if I’m honest) and throughout he learns what it is to be the real Ace and how he is yet so much to learn both about himself and the game, then Mihashi (pitcher from Ookiku Furikabutte) is the opposite. He has a nice pitcher but struggles with really strong insecurities. And through the story he learns that he’s better than he thinks he is. (and frieeeeeendshiiiipssssssssss hhhhhyaaaaa)

Because of it the stories are built completely differently:D I’d say they both are worth a try^^

lahteh:

these characters are destoying me

lahteh:

these characters are destoying me