AOT is Awesome!

dildoreo:

dildoreo:

one time i took a picture of a tiger at the zoo and the tiger smiled for the picture it was very great and the best picture i’ve ever taken

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maxtaroisheretoo:

the 2006 oscars are real and this happened in real life. this is something mankind should never forget.

shynii:

An innocent child, a cocky teen, a bloodsoaked warrior, a wary solider, a reluctant leader… Jean Kirschstein

(reuploaded because mehh also full size gif here)

shynii:

Happy Birthday foxberryblue, I’m so glad to call you my friend!!! I hope your birthday is as magical and awesome as you <3<3<3

shynii:

Happy Birthday foxberryblue, I’m so glad to call you my friend!!! I hope your birthday is as magical and awesome as you <3<3<3

shynii:

Jeankasa Forceful Kiss

shynii:

Jeankasa Forceful Kiss

this-is-sufficiently-awkward:

Please reblog if you post LeviHan A LOT ‘cause I’d like to follow you :3 Thank you~

axbitofboth:

You have no idea how long I’ve waited for someone to STATE THE DAMN OBVIOUS

starry-eyed-wolfchild:

THE SERI INDIANS of Sonora Mexico 

Many cultural changes have taken place in the last few decades. Except for special events, women no longer paint their faces as they once did. Those who saw and recorded Seri face painting marked a dying trait.

Women painted delicate and tasteful designs on their faces. Usually, designs were carried in a straight horizontal line across the upper face and over the bridge of the nose. Elements represented flowers, leaves, and other pretty motifs and it was all done just to be attractive.

Married women used distinctive but heavier patterns that identified them as matrons.

Men also painted on occasion-to go to war, for spiritual protection, or just general attraction. Designs suggested by medicine men could be used by both sexes for spiritual protection.

Youngjae telling us to be careful during Chuseok (and again… and again)

Gordo: setting the bar impossibly high for men since 2000

hellokpop:

We all love ice cream, admit it.

There’s a big culture for Korean people to eat ice cream, so we’ve come up with the most popular ice creams you must try when you visit Korea (or unless you have it in your country!).

1. Honey comb Ice cream

Honeycomb Ice cream Picture: Honeyqueens Facebook Honeycomb Ice cream Picture:…