Masafumi Takada - Miss Monomi's Practice Lesson
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Miss Monomi’s Practice Lesson - Masafumi Takada from the Dangan Ronpa 2 Soundtrack

realhousewivesofnightvale:

*screams*


'no matter how gifted - you alone can not change the world.’
'no matter how gifted - you alone can not change the world.’
galacticcandy:

shamrrock:

Looking for a job, have an interview here but idk it creeps me out a bit.

nO

galacticcandy:

shamrrock:

Looking for a job, have an interview here but idk it creeps me out a bit.

nO

chxckles:

END OF ANACONDA
thats is. this is the crossover of the century. we’ve done it everyone

chxckles:

END OF ANACONDA

thats is. this is the crossover of the century. we’ve done it everyone

strategicbassist:

Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (1997)

strategicbassist:

Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion (1997)

What’s Happening with The Creatures

fuckyeahroosterteethproductions:

teftissexy:

So a lot of people on Tumblr seem to be confused about what happened with Kootra

Basically, someone thought it was funny to call the SWAT team on The Creature’s office while Koots was streaming. He was put in handcuffs and trying to explain things to the police when they took the stream off the air. All of the past streams on the channel have also been deleted.

It was not a hoax by them and it actually happens more frequently then you’d think. People call the police on popular streamers as a prank called “swatting”

James(Nova) is over there right now and since the end of the stream, theres been no sign of Jordan but some people have been released and Dan says he knows that Koots is fine.

Liz has asked The Creatures fans not to make gifs or post pictures of this.
Please treat this as a serious situation and don’t make dumb things like #freeKootra
Also, let them have their privacy if they ask for it. Don’t look up their address from the news reports.

I know many RT fans are also fans of The Creatures, so here’s something to spread around.

Aug. 26 11:55 am

justice4mikebrown:

auwa:

friendly reminder: owning up to, learning from, and apologizing for your mistakes can go a long way