Real-Life Nonsense
tokyo-fashion:

Cloudy skies over Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.

tokyo-fashion:

Cloudy skies over Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.

kittyinabeaker:

jenoshmellark:

When an actor stumbles into their fandom on Tumblr:

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The longer that gif went on, the more I laughed/cried. 

ginza-tokyo:

Mount Fuji, January 2013 x

ginza-tokyo:

Mount Fuji, January 2013 x

graphic battle vs. makofied.
round 1: favorite character — avatar korra.

japan-overload:

鬼子母神 by sabamiso on Flickr.

hokeyfright:

YOU CAN NEVER SAVE YOUR GAME TOO MANY TIMES. ALWAYS BE SURE TO SAVE YOUR GAME OFTEN. SAVE YOUR GAME BEFORE DOING ANYTHING IMPORTANT. SAVE YOUR GAME AGAIN. THEN SAVE YOUR GAME.

npr:

There’s a tune that you’ve probably heard throughout your life. It’s nine notes long, and it’s almost always used to signal that something vaguely Asian is happening or is about to happen.

You know what I’m talking about. The tune’s most prominent role is probably in that 1974 song, “Kung Fu Fighting.” It comes in right as Carl Douglas is singing that anthemic “Oh-hoh-hoh-hoah.”

The tune is ubiquitous. And like many things that are just in the air, few ever ask where it came from. But we did.

How The ‘Kung Fu Fighting’ Melody Came To Represent Asia

Photo credits: (Top) Michael Putland/Getty Images and Courtesy of Martin Nilsson

Do you think she bought it?

Do you think she bought it?

atlantidae:

Japan, Tokyo Shinjuku - 2012

atlantidae:

Japan, Tokyo Shinjuku - 2012

inspired by (x)

gracehelbig:

buzzfeed:

This is Foo-Chan, the Japanese equivalent of Grumpy Cat. But instead of being grumpy, he just looks like he’s disappointed all of the time. 

OH NO

magicul:

do you ever get really motivated to do something and you get really excited about it and then when you get home you’re just like nah

telernarketing:

universities be like

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