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anirresistiblysexyperson:

kpop bloggers who turn out to be super socially aware and know perfectly well how to differentiate between idols and a country and like idols because they are hot and not out of a fetish

thank

aphrochu:

denmark-and-coffee:

aphrochu:

denmark-and-coffee:

What did the Japanese girl call her transformer brother?

dont

Nissan!

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ygteamb:

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Anonymous
As a Japanese American woman, I think the majority of us agree that there is nothing inherently wrong if ones first exposure to anything Japanese was anime. After all, entertainment is supposed to move you. So, I feel like, if a kid's childhood love of an anime inspired them to learn about Japan in ACTUALITY, that is a wonderful thing. If Japan seems like a great place, wonderful. The problem with weaboos is that they don't bother learning about Japanese humanity - they'd rather make us cartoons
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catsandcunts:

YOUR BODY IS BEAUTIFUL IF:

  • you have a body
  • that’s it
  • you’re beautiful
  • you win
  • congratulations 
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