do you ever see someone loving on ur fav character and ur like
u have good taste but
WHAT A CUTIE THANK YOU and omg ‘the blunette’ do people actually say that??
YES THEY DO IT’S HORRIFYING
i’ve never seen it in a professional work, but it’s pretty common in anime or jrpg fandoms where people are more likely to have hair colors that don’t appear in nature. and not just “blunette,” either, which at least has the excuse of being a pun that seemed kind of clever the first time or two. i’ve also seen “silverette,” “purplette,” “pinkette,” and probably a few others that i’m not remembering right now.
i suppose i understand why those words came to be from a linguistic standpoint, but. why do they always play off of brunette, anyway? are blonde and redhead not good enough for them to derive new hair color names from? and why is it somehow too much work for them to say “the blue-haired girl” or something? I DON’T UNDERSTAND.
that’s not even getting into epithets in general and how much i dislike them. but. yeah. i… i have a lot of feelings about describing people by hair color in general i’m sorry. :/
And this is the room
One afternoon I knew I could love you.
And from above you how I sank into your soul,
Into that secret place where no one dares to go,
Fandom: Mahou Sensei Negima!
Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings
Relationships: Hasegawa Chisame/Karakuri Chachamaru
Characters: Hasegawa Chisame, Karakuri Chachamaru
Additional Tags: Explicit Language, Robot/Human Relationships, Gore, maybe? - Freeform, Hurt/Comfort
On her way home from a shopping trip, Chisame makes an unpleasant discovery.
thoughts on uq holder! 43 (cut for spoilers, obviously)
Im never drawing another canine again bye
This is Renard from Gunnerkrigg Court which you should totally read right now
Before he gets a solid gender, how does Kuroumaru pee? Does he have some sort of non-sexual hole on the front for that, or does it just sort of mix with his poop like a bird?
well, he is a BIRD demon, so uh. cloacas ahoy, i guess.
AU where your OTP isn’t sad