I seriously can’t wait until I can wear long sleeved clothing. It’s going to be so great.

I’ve rewritten the short story that I lost from the windows update (was writing it for a class).

I’m actually happier with it now, it was just a huge drag yesterday.

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a museum of woodblock paintings

I’ve been searching for the name of this japanese font for a long time now. It often appears on the title of high quality doujinshi, and I think it looks fantastic!Does anyone of my followers know the name of this font?

Thank you windows updates, for yet again fucking me. Without any lube or preparation.

I’ll absolutely love to write that short story all over again, thanks for the chance to redo all my work.

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RG RX-178 Gundam Mk-II

I need one of these in my life.
does anything have meaning anymore
Over half my dash is this.Now I’ve really realized I can’t say this anymore. TFW gf doesn’t really have the same ring to it.
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Ahhhh my leg is asleepSomeone help This is beautiful BTW
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Kido Hachirô

Really like the way 本 and the top radical in 勇 is written. I’ll have to try that out sometime.
I used to reblog a lot of really dark and strange stuff.I wonder why my blog is lighter now.

Nat Sherman Classic Blue 

Really beautiful. Too bad I’d have to smoke in order to use something like it.And it would have to be cleaned near constantly, which kind of defeats the purpose of an ashtray.
For some reason these edgy recently used emoji posts are really funny to me. Probably because google emoji look like pudding and are all funny and cute. I may try and redo this if I get bored enough.
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Norse Projects merino wool sweater

Ooh, I really like this. I can’t wait until I can wear long sleeve stuff, instead of my 4 t shirts.
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This is pretty cool, it reminds me of seashells or speakers. I remember seeing this one thing online, marketed as a sort of niche market speaker. It was just a really low quality headphone speaker, and then a patterned paper that you could fold to make a megaphone pattern.