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gaulllimaufry:

feeling kin d a tired lately. , , 

invsmchn:

EVA 01 | NEON GENESIS EVANGELION

18/10/2012

rurikon:

彦坂木版工房

rurikon:

彦坂木版工房

tootokki replied to your photoset “week 5 of rei ayanami hair: plastic hair clips”

omO WOW CUTIE// a light up hair pin???????? o-o

YE MAN i got a pair of blinking hair cherries for $5 it was probably one of the better decisions i’ve made in july 

Basketball is played not with your height but with your heart.

tamagatchu:

prince and pocket boyfriend( 。◍ˇސުˇ◍。)

ufod:

tamagotchi pixels!!!theres 250+ in here ! 

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hopeissuffering:

this is the girl that became a god

bloodytea:

mingsonjia:

《花·女词》 by 呀呀(Yaya)

Flowers’ Symbolization in Chinese Culture 

牡丹          Tree peony             (Mǔdān;  symbolize royalty in ancient China. Now it commonly symbolizes prosperity)

梅              Plum blossom       (Méi or Méihuā;  symbolize honor, love, hope and so many others. See HERE)

杜鹃花       Rhododendron simsii    (Dùjuān Huā;  symbolize beauty, sweet love and chastity)

木兰           Magnolia liliiflora   (Mulan magnolia / Mùlán; symbolize faith, dignity and loyalty)

茉莉           Jasmine                  (Mòlì; symbolize purity, attraction and Chinese tea culture)

彼岸花       Lycoris radiata        (Red spider lily / Bǐ’àn Huā; symbolize seduction and ingratitude, “gentleness from devils”)

海棠花       Malus spectabilis   (Asiatic apple / Hǎitáng Huā; symbolize parting and nostalgia for lover or home)

I bought this book the other week in a metro mall! (Taiwan) Highly recommended to those who like Chinese culture/paintings/flowers

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