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morita6894:

OFF詰め2 | あめ野郎 [pixiv] 

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tinyturtlenerd:

i got really bored can you tell

Say something nice in the tags about the person you reblogged this from

(Source: themisswayne)

perrierra:

i saw someone else in the tag draw trickster batter and i couldn’t resist

honhonhon:

defenestratin:

Commission for giantducky/honhonhon !

OKAY, now THIS was incredibly fun!! When’s the last time I drew the Batter properly anyway? 

Thank you so much for commissioning me!! o/ 

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PSA:
Just because I’m not replying to our thread, or your starter doesn’t mean I don’t want to roleplay with you. I’m just slow. Somedays I can write a fucking book, somedays I can’t even write my own name. It’s in the drafts I promise I am just slow as hell.

(Source: k-karasu)

ch-ch-ch-chewing-love:

Birdie

(Source: pink-ghost)

At some point, you have to stop running and turn around and face whoever wants you dead. The hard thing is finding the courage to do it.
—Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire (via quoted-books)
Which flower would your muse give to mine?
Put a flower in my inbox to show your muse's feelings for mine, anon or not:
AMARANTH: Broken-hearted
BEGONIA: Warning
CARNATION (YELLOW): Rejection
CYCLAMEN: Parting
LAVENDER: Distrust
LILY (ORANGE): Hatred
MARIGOLD: Jealousy
GERANIUM: True friendship
SUNFLOWER: Gratitude
TULIP (WHITE): Forgiveness
TULIP(PURPLE): loyalty
TULIP(YELLOW): hopelessly in love
TULIP (RED): declaration of love
VIOLET: Loyalty
ZINNIA: Memories
DILL: Lust
MIMOSA: Secret admirer
PEONY: Shyness
ROSE (ORANGE): Fascination
ROSE (RED): Passionate love
ROSE (PINK): friendship
ROSE (WHITE): purity (nature of relationship, not the type)
SYCAMORE: Curiosity
TUBEROSE: Pleasure
ANEMONE: refusal of abandonment and forsaken
CANDYTUFT: indifference
PETUNIA: anger and resentment
SUNFLOWER: adoration
PANSY: loving thoughts
DAISY (WHITE): innocence (nature of relationship, not the type)
CHRYSANTHEMUM (YELLOW): secret admirer
IRIS: inspiration
..at times, the greatest courage of all is to live.
—David Clement-Davies, The Sight (via quoted-books)