the perk of having a good friend who’s also a Hair Pro is sometimes you go visit for a trim, and come back with neon pink fringe and shaved sides.
I get irritated when Midorikawa voices assholes
Like Ayato in Diabolik Lovers or the Heavens dude in Utapri. I always wish I could punch those characters in their faces bc their voices irritate my so much LOL
But it’s just me.
It’s not just you. I stopped watching Diabolik after 10 minutes because the character roster seems to be 100% asshole. STOP THAT MIDORIN. AND ALL OF YOU.
High School Fads, 1944
Ok so now I’m on the look out for lesbians with hair bows in the back
I just like how the bow on the left is a ‘signal and a chllange’ it’s like yeah, Betty’s been going steady with Tommy for a few weeks now, but let’s see if Ronny can step up his game before Betty becomes a right bow kind of girl
can i use ‘she wears her bow in the back’ as a euphemism now?
If the moon were only 1 pixel on your screen, how big would the rest of the solar system be?
Just click this link, I beg you, and prepare to have your mind blown.
Absolutely amazing. Fantastic work by designer Josh Worth.
For a a different look at the problem of cosmic distance, check out my video “How Big is the Solar System?”:
And for lots more fun ways to look at the scale of the universe maybe watch this one called (naturally) "The Scale of the Universe":
Interwoven Socks, Click for Source
Years after initially posting this, continual yeps
Oh my gosh, he’s like one of J.C. Leyendecker’s Arrow Collar men, but for socks. So great!
That’s because he is! J.C. used his boyfriend Charles as his model for most all of his fashion advertisements.
I want to believe it’s Leyendecker! I don’t see a ref. to him but I’d like to take your word for it. He was the best, and made the most gorgeous ad art, and if you don’t know his work…
well look him up, son!
That’s What She Said - A queer, Asian-American web series following the lives of 5 friends in Los Angeles. Created out of a desire to see positive Asian representations in the media, as well as to give voice to the often untold stories of queer Asian women, the series chronicles the lives of five fictional characters – Leslie, Rae, Shin, Baby, and Nic – within the queer sphere of the greater Los Angeles area.