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3:58pm June 23, 2014
cat-shapedbubble asked: Bakit wala ka na dito sa blog mo??? Nag eenjoy pa naman ako basahin mga post mo :'(

:’D Thanks for enjoying my blog somehow, and sorry because I’m a giant piece of poo, and anyway, my new blog is better, albeit more nsfw so I’d rather keep it private :’DDD

4:20pm June 6, 2014
mypocketshurt90:

tweakerwolf:

disputedjustice:

kahtiihma:

gifak-net:

Japan Awesome Invention 

BUT THEN YOU HAVE A SHIT WATER DRIPPING PIECE OF PLASTIC I AM NOT AMUSED

No, because the only way for the water to touch the plastic is for it to already be overflowing.This traps a layer of air between the plastic and the water creating a section. So when you push the air down, it’s forcing the water through the pipes.This is actually really cool!

interesting

Arthur Weasley is so proud of you, Japan.  Countering a regurgitating toilet spell with a simple sheet of plastic.

if it’s a Japanese invention, why does it have Korean letters in it

mypocketshurt90:

tweakerwolf:

disputedjustice:

kahtiihma:

gifak-net:

Japan Awesome Invention 

BUT THEN YOU HAVE A SHIT WATER DRIPPING PIECE OF PLASTIC I AM NOT AMUSED

No, because the only way for the water to touch the plastic is for it to already be overflowing.
This traps a layer of air between the plastic and the water creating a section. So when you push the air down, it’s forcing the water through the pipes.
This is actually really cool!

interesting

Arthur Weasley is so proud of you, Japan.  Countering a regurgitating toilet spell with a simple sheet of plastic.

if it’s a Japanese invention, why does it have Korean letters in it

4:20pm May 30, 2014

theonlymagicleftisart:

New Watercolor Paintings by Silvia Pelissero

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8:40am May 30, 2014
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cliobablio:

Magical fighting girls (& cats) this Saturday night at Qpopshop.

8:40am May 27, 2014

cybergata:

Toro, the Zen Master, instructs Kuro on the art of sitting still for the photo.