So I made a tutorial on how to make gifs, I also forgot that tumblr doesn’t like long pictures and that you have to chop it up like childrens food. Hope it helps!
what she says: i’m okay
what she means: i will not reach any semblance of emotional stability or closure until i’m 100% sure that gon and killua reunite on equal and happy terms and travel the world again
i love inazuma eleven because it starts off as just a bunch of kids playing super powered soccer and suddenly out of literally no where alien orphans start destroying schools using soccer and then japan winning the international soccer tournament somehow leads to entire schools being judged by how good their soccer is and it gets so out of hand that they have to make an entire organization to control soccer and then soccer becomes illegal
epiphany: noun \i-ˈpi-fə-nē\
: a moment in which you suddenly see or understand something in a new or very clear way
I THOUGHT THIS WAS GONNA BE BUBBLES OR A DANDELION OR SOMETHING
if you dont buy this masterpiece when it comes out then dont even bother associating with me
ppl are reblogging this post because its funny im so intense about a pigeon game, but i assure you this game has the best storyline of any game you’ll ever play
Makoto shifting from sweet to menacing in no time at all
In the West, plot is commonly thought to revolve around conflict: a confrontation between two or more elements, in which one ultimately dominates the other. The standard three- and five-act plot structures—which permeate Western media—have conflict written into their very foundations. A “problem” appears near the end of the first act; and, in the second act, the conflict generated by this problem takes center stage. Conflict is used to create reader involvement even by many post-modern writers, whose work otherwise defies traditional structure.
The necessity of conflict is preached as a kind of dogma by contemporary writers’ workshops and Internet “guides” to writing. A plot without conflict is considered dull; some even go so far as to call it impossible. This has influenced not only fiction, but writing in general—arguably even philosophy. Yet, is there any truth to this belief? Does plot necessarily hinge on conflict? No. Such claims are a product of the West’s insularity. For countless centuries, Chinese and Japanese writers have used a plot structure that does not have conflict “built in”, so to speak. Rather, it relies on exposition and contrast to generate interest. This structure is known as kishōtenketsu.
have you ever had a dream that was so vivid it stuck with you in the back of your mind for years?
i have so many questions
this is another one of those posts where you just sit back and open tag viewer
We have a winner
whenever I say YOOOOOOO this is exactly what I’m imagining
This is the exact YOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO I use