Takayuki Yamada posts stuff about JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure aaa
Holy assbuckets I’m a good noodle.
1. I’ve eaten an ungodly amount of grilled cheese since I moved in here.
2. On that note I really love cheese.
3. One of my friends has likened me to being a cross between Joseph Joestar (Battle Tendency AND Stardust Crusaders) and Abridged!DIO.
4. This is going to sound incredibly nerdy but Noriaki Kakyoin, Shun Oguri and Dio Brando are my thinspirations.
5. Reading/watching the Crows series gives me a sense of teenaged nostalgia that I never knew that I had.
6. I want to have a cairn terrier someday.
I got two stars, I must be a good noodle. :3
1. I have an extreme amount of empathy. While this helps me become very understanding and sympathetic to other people’s plights, it also lets me sink into a depressed state and if I’m angry, it’s very bad.
2. While I’m often told that I’m competent at writing (prose, poetry, creating characters, etc.), drawing, and anything else I post, I get extremely paranoid that the same people are just being nice and don’t like it. Sometimes I feel like what I do is awful (thankfully I’m labeling myself as mediocre at the moment) and I should just stop.
dont let tumblr make you think
- school isnt important
- its okay to be rude to your parents
- its normal to hate everyone
- self harm and suicide are romantic or great
- being rude is cute
- officialcrow isn’t growing stronger and coming after you
- being a female who hits or yells at your boyfriend is woman empowerment
- depression and other mental illnesses are beautiful
- grades arent important
- education isnt important
- college isnt important
- smoking is cool
- drugs are cool
be a pal and like people’s text posts. reblog their selfies. respond to their questions. even if you don’t know the answer and even if you’ve never really talked to them before. there’s nothing worse that feeling alone on a website where everyone promotes love and friendship.
Tumblr: spreading the world apart, one group at a time.
Tumblr: where people are judged on their skin color, gender, and sexual orientation, but never, ever, by the content of their character.