Jun. 12th, 2017

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former-fatty:

batterkind:

HE RUINED MY DREAM JOURNAL!!!

I did nAUGHTt! Mister Electic send him to the   principal's office and have him EXpelLed!

This is either the best or the worst movie ever, I cannot decide.
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sarahseeandersen:

This came out a little darker than I intended…Point is talking about your feelings before they build up is good!!
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theliftinglife00: professor: *teaches 5 chapters in a 50 minute class* Does everyone...
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albert-longslice:

Here she comes

nice

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a-compassionate-dragon: Do you know what I find odd? In all of the anti-Yulin and anti-dog meat...
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swagintherain:

white people never seem to learn.
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milkpeu:

beginning and end

THEY WERE MISSING FOR FUCKING YEARS OMG, THIS ALWAYS UPSETS ME SO MUCH

I always see the discussion that many days, months, years have passed during this story. 

I present to you a different idea.

There’s several themes behind Spirited Away: Capitalism’s effect on Japan, Environmental issues, and notably, Chihiro’s coming of age story.

From what I know, the idea of time passing differently in spirit worlds, is more based on western stories of the fae. 

But something more common in Japanese folklore is spirit trickery/deception. Or more accurately. What you see, isn’t always what’s actually there. 
Chihiro starts this story as a young child, before her coming-of-age arc, that more or less forces her to become ‘an adult’. More accurately. The challenges she faces makes her mature as a person.
What’s the most common thing in folklore? Children see what’s actually there.

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maltedmilkchocolate:

terriblepersona:

milkpeu:

beginning and end

THEY WERE MISSING FOR FUCKING YEARS OMG, THIS ALWAYS UPSETS ME SO MUCH

I always see the discussion that many days, months, years have passed during this story. 

I present to you a different idea.

There’s several themes behind Spirited Away: Capitalism’s effect on Japan, Environmental issues, and notably, Chihiro’s coming of age story.

From what I know, the idea of time passing differently in spirit worlds, is more based on western stories of the fae. 

But something more common in Japanese folklore is spirit trickery/deception. Or more accurately. What you see, isn’t always what’s actually there. 
Chihiro starts this story as a young child, before her coming-of-age arc, that more or less forces her to become ‘an adult’. More accurately. The challenges she faces makes her mature as a person.
What’s the most common thing in folklore? Children see what’s actually there.

Keep reading
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