kamuegi:

what do we want

  • izuru confirmation for drae

when do we want it

  • Soon

i’m done with everything goodbye world tokyo ghoul hath slain me

how the f’ck did my spelling skills become absolute sh’t in the span of a few hours, what

this is the worst idea i’ve had since sliced bread.

If I’m your tumblr crush send me a “hey fuck face”

youwillalwaysbemyeverythinglove:

allfleshnobones:

porrimistheclassiestlesbian:

hotarucosplay:

ask-koki-kariya:

ask-koki-kariya:

lawliet-is-l-a-sexy:

bilbo-swwaggins:

princess-poop:

castielsteenwolf:

JESUS CHRIST I HAVE GOTTEN ABOUT 45 MESSAGES PLEASE STOP

Omg i’ll smile forever

id cry from happiness i think

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that last gif will be me in 3 hours

edit: I was dead wrong

ok lets see what happens

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OH MY GOD IT HAPPENED

Pls pls pls

Lmao

glitterglobe:

important things to remember

  • if someone doesn’t reply to your message they are probably busy, not ignoring you
  • just because someone doesn’t message you first, it doesn’t mean they don’t care about you
  • if someone seems upset or distant they probably aren’t upset at you in particular
  • lots of people love you and you’re not annoying
Because I'm all overwhelmed at starting to learn Japanese, even when reading your answers and recommendations on where to begin learning the language, I still have no idea how to start. Could you please give a list (like 1: learn this, 2: learn that or learn words and then verbal communication) or some kind of order you think would be suitable to follow in learning Japanese? Thank you in advance!
Anonymous

narihira:

I’ll try my best!

  1. Start with hiragana. There’s a pretty good guide here and you can also use Real Kana to practice. (for free!) I mean if making flashcards or something is easier for you, go with it, I’m just giving suggestions. o3o But you want to be able to look at a hiragana and instantly know how to read it because most of the best learning resources will use kana rather than romaji/romanized Japanese.
  2. Learn katakana next! The Real Kana link above has katakana, too. And one of Textfugu’s free chapters covers learning katakana.
  3. Learn your radicals! No need to learn all of them, maybe just the important ones. You can kind of do this and kanji at the same time, it’s just that memorizing kanji (and looking them up) becomes easier the more radicals you can remember. Two radical resources here and here.
  4. Kanji and vocabulary comes next. There’s a bajillion websites and methods for learning kanji (just google “learning japanese kanji”), so really it’s kind of up to what works best for you. I’m a big fan of Wanikani, but it does cost money after level two.
  5. This should probably be done alongside all of the above, but you do need to study grammar. Nihonshock has some great grammar cheat sheets, though I think Tae Kim’s guide is superbly useful since it’s so in-depth (and free).
  6. The optional step of learning how to write and speak Japanese. I can’t really help much with these because I can’t write worth crap. I don’t know anything about stroke order (here have a cheat sheet). Maybe using Lang-8 would help, too. I’ve heard good things about it, though I’ve never used it. As you learn kanji/vocabulary/grammar, you kind of naturally learn the readings of the words, so technically speaking you should be able to speak, but of course it’s probably best if you practice. XD Watch movies and anime and other Japanese TV to see how people say things. Or try this, maybe. o3o

Hopefully this helps!

animegeorg:

the Tokyo Ghoul anime fandom seeing the manga fandom right now:

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Reblog, go on your blog, and click the triangle.

clappsu:

girl-a:


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I JUST SPENT LIKE AN 1 HOUR OF MY LIFE ON THIS, GENIUS


this is legit so sick. 

mindfuck

whoaaa

this is AMAZING

EVERYONE DO IT aaaaaaaaa

 WHOAH.

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GUYS, JUST DO IT.