kingburu

pearls-for-cats:

findingschmomo:

chloehenderson:

noctstiel:

noctstiel:

If they show sports events at bars why don’t they show tv shows?

someone should get to making a fandom bar.

no but can you imagine? fandom themed drinks, tv show maraton nights, discount to cosplayers, and special season finale events.

WHY ISNT THIS A THING??!!

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and on that day. Humanity received a grim reminder.

I don’t want to make you sad but may I point out you could also move to Japan
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Like, that’s a Final Fantasy parfait from the Square Enix cafe near my place (they also have themed cocktails) and

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that’s a Nausicaa beer from Ghibli, and there are lots of themed cafes and bars here in Tokyo including Alice in Wonderland, Capcom, Ninja, and Robot-Burlesque. Basically it exists but you’re in the wrong place.

cleolinda
books0977:

The Twelve Dancing Princesses. Kay Nielsen. In Powder and Crinoline, Hodder & Stoughton, 1913. "The princesses on the way to the dance."
"They came to another grove of trees, where all the leaves were of gold; and afterwards to a third, where the leaves were all glittering diamonds. And the soldier broke a branch from each; and every time there was a loud noise, which made the youngest sister tremble with fear. But the eldest still said it was only the princes, who were crying for joy."

books0977:

The Twelve Dancing Princesses. Kay Nielsen. In Powder and Crinoline, Hodder & Stoughton, 1913. "The princesses on the way to the dance."

"They came to another grove of trees, where all the leaves were of gold; and afterwards to a third, where the leaves were all glittering diamonds. And the soldier broke a branch from each; and every time there was a loud noise, which made the youngest sister tremble with fear. But the eldest still said it was only the princes, who were crying for joy."

After gushing about it to my friends all week, I realized I should link The Turn of The Story, a novel-length fantasy story Sarah Rees Brennan has been posting online in parts. I’ve been enthusiastically recommending her works, especially the Lynburn Legacy series, to anyone interested in the genre for a while, but this one has really gone above and beyond in addressing issues like sexism and the perpetuation of violence while being chock-full of Sarah Rees Brennan’s usual wit and sarcasm. I’m dying for the next part. (Mark has also read most of this series)