One Smoking Horse

One Summer's Day Remix
Joe Hisaishi / Jazzin For Ghibli

nagitokomaedakun:

buffalo-:

sweet-bitsy:

houseofghibli:

(Listen!)

OH WOOOWWW

My life is one thousand times better after hearing this.

can someone find a source on this??? its so good :0

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the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t understand transgenders. I honestly don’t. I feel like just the mere fact that someone wants to change their sex implies that they feel like the sexes are fundamentally different. In a sense, I feel like there is some sort of sexism that is tied to wanting to change your sex. (then again, maybe I just don’t understand transgenders)
Though no matter how I look at it, it seems to imply that they feel the need to be another gender to do certain things, as in they seem to be assigning gender roles.
I think that instead of “changing” their gender, people should embrace themselves. A feminine biological male should be proudly feminine as a male. No need to change their sex to do that. I feel like people should embrace themselves the way they were born, to fight gender roles and sexism.
Being male/female should not matter. Be whatever you want in whatever body you were born with. Be feminine, be masculine. Be gay, be straight. Grow your hair, be bald. Identifying as a female in order to be feminine or identifying as a male in order to be masculine exacerbates the gender role problem.

People who are transgender literally feel like they are in the wrong body because the part of their brains that controls self-perception has something wrong with it(I can’t remember exactly what but I read a study on it somewhere I’ll have to find that again). It doesn’t really have anything to do with gender roles. It’s a medical thing. 
What you are talking about are people who probably don’t have dysphoria and just don’t feel like being put into a “box” because it somehow inconveniences them to be called he or she. It’s unfathomable to me, too. I honestly don’t know what really motivates these people, seeing that I am not someone who is confused about their gender(which for me is the physical aspect of someone’s body, not the mind). 

the-unpopular-opinions:

I don’t understand transgenders. I honestly don’t. I feel like just the mere fact that someone wants to change their sex implies that they feel like the sexes are fundamentally different. In a sense, I feel like there is some sort of sexism that is tied to wanting to change your sex. (then again, maybe I just don’t understand transgenders)

Though no matter how I look at it, it seems to imply that they feel the need to be another gender to do certain things, as in they seem to be assigning gender roles.

I think that instead of “changing” their gender, people should embrace themselves. A feminine biological male should be proudly feminine as a male. No need to change their sex to do that. I feel like people should embrace themselves the way they were born, to fight gender roles and sexism.

Being male/female should not matter. Be whatever you want in whatever body you were born with. Be feminine, be masculine. Be gay, be straight. Grow your hair, be bald. Identifying as a female in order to be feminine or identifying as a male in order to be masculine exacerbates the gender role problem.

People who are transgender literally feel like they are in the wrong body because the part of their brains that controls self-perception has something wrong with it(I can’t remember exactly what but I read a study on it somewhere I’ll have to find that again). It doesn’t really have anything to do with gender roles. It’s a medical thing. 

What you are talking about are people who probably don’t have dysphoria and just don’t feel like being put into a “box” because it somehow inconveniences them to be called he or she. It’s unfathomable to me, too. I honestly don’t know what really motivates these people, seeing that I am not someone who is confused about their gender(which for me is the physical aspect of someone’s body, not the mind). 

tobiaswraithwall:

hapsycolour:

adriofthedead:

airdotcaptain:

things that make me laugh harder than they should:

gifs made with terrible stationary parts

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maz-z:

cl0ud-dust:

These shorts are getting weirder…

YOU MEAN BETTER.

(via ruinedchildhood)

scolipede:

sableyecandy:

scolipede:

Ash Ketchum > Red

Night everyone.

is this a joke?

No, it’s just my choice, I grew up watching him and following his adventures, he’s still my hero, I like the way he is, the way he acts, and nothing will make me change my mind.

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(via globalsoftpirka)

its kinda scary how your whole life depends on how well you do as a teenager 

(Source: unsavioured, via pizza)

Danny slaps Ross

hannathenord:

Basically when you find gold, you keep it 

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laserelectric:

can you imagine how fucking relieved the french must have been when we reached the year 2000? 

they went from having to say “mille neuf cents quatre-vingt-dix-neuf” to just having to say “deux mille” to say the year

(Source: wingedpikmin, via dan-avidan)

artbooksnat:

These key animation frames from the dramatic last moments of Attack on Titan episode 9 used CG camera work to get the positioning just right for this “bullet time”-style cut.

artbooksnat:

These key animation frames from the dramatic last moments of Attack on Titan episode 9 used CG camera work to get the positioning just right for this “bullet time”-style cut.

(via animationtidbits)

blameaspartame:

the hunter becomes the hunted

blameaspartame:

the hunter becomes the hunted

(Source: karabisa, via thatsmoderatelyraven)

vinebox:

Bikini Bottom just got real

vinebox:

Bikini Bottom just got real

(via ruinedchildhood)

favorite artists: Claude Monet (1840-1926)

“Without the water, the lilies cannot live, as I am without art.”
“I will paint almost blind, as Beethoven composed completely deaf.”

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