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Just call me Lia UvU
I'm a University student in Canada who loves to draw and cry over fictional characters
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5 of my favourite 8-bit dmmd tracks

rune-factory-fandom:

Title: 20万本突破おめでとう!!

Pixiv ID: 43043463 (11 pgs)

Member: しのぶ

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Rune Factory + Covers (gradually featuring more characters with each title’s release)

zombehsakana:

Apparently it’s this guy’s birthday or sumthin’ so here have  shotaoba baking a cake with his badass Grandma and awkward friend.  And picture Sei all alone in Toue’s lab sobsob

Also way to roll the dough right on the tablecloth you messy you. 

kaworunagisakun:

KOUJAKU PUT DONUT CRUMBS FOR BENI TO EAT HE’S RIDICULOUS HELP ME I LOVE THIS MAN

irodorusekai:

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Noiz sings happy birthday for aoba~ 22/4

omgtsn:

vanehwasreal:

me and my friends asked to act casual for a picture

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nudist beach

(via hannahbalthecannibal)

romancndleheart:

thaibrator:

hey now 

ur a rockstar

get your

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great now I cant remember the actual lyrics

(via smallnico)

senpeep:

all backgrounds © google images

(via craggycoast)

hebbycakes:

screaming with laughter

(via thesearchforinspirado)

(Source: bekuyuma, via angelic-pooper)

dylanobylan:

i went to look up coup de foudre (“love at first sight”) but i fucked up

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i fucked up so much

i didn’t know it was possible to fuck it up this much

(via angelic-pooper)

thewitchmaker:

mookie000:

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thats some junji ito shit

(via angelic-pooper)

(Source: greaterland, via luciddreamerash)

kimononagoya:

This stunning dark green furisode is featuring botan (peonies), blue star shaped bellflowers, wisteria, and what might also be sakura—making this a late-spring seasonality. I love the use of the red-orange and the amounts of white and light blue against this deep forest green with so much contrast. The obi seems to be tied in a large bunko (simple ribbon) with the ends folded downward—this is standard for a celebratory occasion such as coming-of-age ceremony.

(via thesearchforinspirado)