❄ the match girl
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heichoume:

Petition to make Tsukiyama’s and Kaneki’s ship name “TrashKan”

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happycastiel:

some things I noticed while reading ch 121

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danichan1992:

Attack on Titan Sketches

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sidnugget:

I heard a kid say “I was born in 2003” the other day and he was like “I’m 11” it fucked me up… aren’t kids born in 2003 only supposed to be like 4 years old not going into 6th grade

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fRICK OMG I CAN’T

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french:

I’m so fucking weird
It’s like:
I’m the nicest rude person you’ll ever meet.
I don’t give a fuck about anything but at the same time, I care about a lot.
I hate people but I want to be everyone’s friend.
I hate myself but I’m completely fabulous.
I need help.

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erwinackerman:

caN’T EREN FOR ONE GODDAMN SECOND PAY ATTENTION TO MIKASA I MEAN HOLY SHIT, YOU HAVE THIS BEAUTIFUL WARRIOR PRINCESS LOOKING AFTER YOU, CARING FOR YOU, MAKING SURE YOUR PUNK ASS STAYS ALIVE, YOU CAN AT LEAST ACKNOWLEDGE HER AFFECTIONS, I SWEAR TO GOD MIKASA COULD SAY “EREN I LOVE YOU” TO HIS FACE AND HE WOULD PROBABLY STILL ASK ARMIN ABOUT WHAT SHE MEANS, GET IT TOGETHER EREN, I DON’T WANT YOU TO DIE A VIRGIN

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hanji-zoe:

aph-prussiaa:

hanji-zoe:

is this attack on titan

yes

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bertholdts:

The last smiles 

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unfollower:

i automatically classify anything over $5 as expensive

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To everyone in Hong Kong right now, please be careful.

I want you to know that I fully support all of you in your decisions; it’s your country, and your life, and you should have a right to fight for what you believe in, and if you don’t want pro-Beijing biased committee members choosing your officials regardless of popular vote? Then so be it.

For everyone who doesn’t know what’s going on, China is attempting to centralize the Hong Kong government in their favor, jeopardizing the citizens’ democratic rights.

Hong Kong was under the rule of Britain for 150 years, and in 1997 China took over control, promising that by 2017, Hong Kong could democratically elect their leader for the first time ever.
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Recently, an official from the Chinese government has been quoted, saying "the high degree of autonomy of [Hong Kong] is not an inherent power, but one that comes solely from the authorization by the central leadership.”, and what’s occurring is that yes, the denizens may choose their official, but after the candidates running are approved by the pro-Beijing staff.

Protests are occurring, as they would do anywhere by anyone if they felt their civil liberties were being encroached on, and the demonstrations were peaceful, until the police went and: sprayed tear gas upon the unarmed citizens, pepper sprayed them, shot rubber bullets, and threatened with weapons.
Hong Kong police try to retake downtown Central (Anthony Kwan/Getty)

I know that because of where I live, I may not understand “the way the system works” there, but I think it’s safe to agree that if a  legitimate promise is made to a whole country, and the promise is one each denizen extols, when the promise is twisted and broken, people have a right to be discontented and do something about it.

But these are real people, and these are their lives, and this will impact the lives of their subsequent generations, and I fully support the people 100%.

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Cosplayer: Vein

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For the Future