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c-bedford:

Mmmmmmm. Yes?
Portrait commission of Fir for Рёта.
Télépopmusik - Love’s Almighty

c-bedford:

Mmmmmmm. Yes?

Portrait commission of Fir for Рёта.

Télépopmusik - Love’s Almighty


cresii:

So I decided that I liked him in brown instead. (Also fixed a few things that I didn’t notice.)
X’lois (c) Cresii

cresii:

So I decided that I liked him in brown instead. (Also fixed a few things that I didn’t notice.)

X’lois (c) Cresii



meexart:

This couple is disgusting and that’s the reason I like it



starryeyedbibliophile asked: "(( o ^O But why purple hair, Dietums? Also, after a certain series of asks sent a while back (as in maybe a year ago) I'm convinced sea things with eldritch abominations are a thing in the distant future."

I was actualy thinking about those asks a few days ago lol I’m happy to know you sent them~

also, purple haired guy is from Tokyo Ghoul.  Ray showed me the animu~ He’s a ghoul that’s… kinda a higher class dude that likes to make a spectacle out of eating people and even other ghouls for high society.  He’s fucking insane and intense and crazy~ lol if you haven’t seen the series, I highly suggest it

http://kissanime.com/Anime/Tokyo-Ghoul

the purple guy doesn’t show up for a few episodes, but when he does, just picture him as diet and it makes the episode entertaining as fuck lol


victoriousvocabulary:

REPRISAL
[noun]
1. (in warfare) retaliation against an enemy, for injuries received, by the infliction of equal or greater injuries.
2. an act or instance of retaliation; vengeance.
3. the action or practice of using force, short of war, against another nation, to secure redress of a grievance.
4. the forcible seizure of property or subjects in retaliation.
Etymology: from Middle English reprisail, from Old French reprisaille, from Old Italian ripresaglia, from riprendere, “to recapture”, from Latin reprehendere, “to hold fast”.
[Tom Bagshaw - Drake’s Revenge]

victoriousvocabulary:

REPRISAL

[noun]

1. (in warfare) retaliation against an enemy, for injuries received, by the infliction of equal or greater injuries.

2. an act or instance of retaliation; vengeance.

3. the action or practice of using force, short of war, against another nation, to secure redress of a grievance.

4. the forcible seizure of property or subjects in retaliation.

Etymology: from Middle English reprisail, from Old French reprisaille, from Old Italian ripresaglia, from riprendere, “to recapture”, from Latin reprehendere, “to hold fast”.

[Tom Bagshaw - Drake’s Revenge]