kyung-soo:

genuinely sorry for the people who tried to talk to me and were disappointed by how uncool i am

(via mskneesocks)

Tags: lmao. sorry

jlih:

takin’ out the trash

Tags: art

I’M TIRED OF COLORING I DONT WANT TO COLOR ANYMORE (COLORS MORE)

I’M TIRED OF COLORING I DONT WANT TO COLOR ANYMORE (COLORS MORE)

sweetjanespopboutique:

Illustration by Antonio Lopez (1967)
(Image scanned by Sweet Jane)

sweetjanespopboutique:

Illustration by Antonio Lopez (1967)

(Image scanned by Sweet Jane)

(via sneakling)

Tags: art

maruti-bitamin:

Some originals will be available on online store tomorrow! (10am EST.)

If you happen to have ordered  a sticker calendar and would like to combine shipping, let me know in the purchase note!

Tags: art

aphvivamexico:

I’m so fucking pumped about hetalia rn i’m going to shove a whole globe up my ass

Anonymous said: I see sometimes that Persian women wear a black robe and it was called a chador, but I thought a chador was just a veil?

black robe? do you mean the chador with sleeves? :p

the chador with sleeves is called a chador melli, or “national” chador. It’s more practical than a traditional chador bc traditional chadors are expected to be held in place by the hands (i know its commonly said that some ppl use their teeth to hold it, but I hardly see that done lol, I don’t know), but some have just used pins to keep them in place below their chin. Chadors are just big cuts of fabric, but the chador siah, “black chador”, is used as the common image of the Iranian chadori. But chador has never been exclusively black, and in a lot of places the chador comes in a variety of patterns and embroidery. You’ll see natural floral patterns and paisley patterns and whatnot. 

in state-sanctioned fashion shows, you’ll see designers try different styles of chador, like the Qajari chador, to bring back into the chadori couture :p 

oh yah i forgot that there’s hetalia canon

waitingtobepatient:

Kaneoya Sachiko

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