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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.

patshit:

let’s get this straight 

it is not romantic to persistently pursue someone after they have refused you

There is an element of truth here, but it’s an incomplete thought.  Romantic feelings are not the “end all/be all” of a relationship.  Where feelings start and where they end are rarely the same.  A hot passion can cool and turn to contempt just as an initial revulsion can become an enduring affection.

On the one hand it’s never okay to be pushy.  But different people have different definitions of what’s okay.  Should someone turn you down is that the end of it?  Not really.  The dynamic of how two people relate to each other is too complicated to sum up in a sentence or two.

This isn’t a matter of “oh I got friend-zoned” or rubbish like that.  Just be yourself.  Let the other person know you’re still interested.  Extend casual invitations.  Give them time, and more importantly give them space.  If it’s meant to be, they’ll come around.  Perhaps a big romantic gesture is what it’ll take to win their heart.  Perhaps it’ll be something small they see you doing that wins them over.

If it’s meant to be, they’ll grow closer to you.  If it’s not, then wish them the best as they find the light out there that best reflects the happiness they’re seeking.

Don’t be forceful, but don’t give up either.  If someone you really liked moves on, then that’s a sign that it’s time for you to move on too.  There’s an endless sky of stars out there.  One of them shines for you, so go seek it with a love born anew in your soul.

Point is, I know a few couples where the girl turned down the guy the first time.  It’s not always perfect from the start.  But love is more than just that initial spark.  It’s the warm hearth fire you nurture over the years together.

I used to be a horse whisperer but I just couldn’t handle the neighgativity.

A Beautiful Sunrise by yunghime

Always nice to find a fun Kiba/Karui fanfic.  The whole “morning after” thing is a bit of a cliche, but I enjoyed it anyways :D

It’s impossible for me to say how much I love this mash-up.
Kind of want to rewatch the old series now.

Inuzuka Kiba by mrtvejpes As much as Kiba has his wild style, boy would look good with combed hair. Just saying.

Inuzuka Kiba by mrtvejpes
As much as Kiba has his wild style, boy would look good with combed hair. Just saying.

(Source: kibakaruifc.deviantart.com)

neferkiki:

I would draw some Western KibaKarui but I mean……..

Sadly… yeah.  Aside from this whole western AU being a mess, there is the sad truth that KibaKarui isn’t that popular :(
People have been running around making HInata Native American, which is messed up for a few reasons.  To be honest, she’d be better as the daughter of a cattle baron or railroad magnate.
I’ll confess, I love old western movies.  The best ones show that the conflict between settlers and Native Americans is complex on both sides.  But the reality is that the fallout of western expansion has left Native Americans as a largely broken portion of America (in pretty much every socio-economic category).
Which is one of the problems I have with the Western AU.  On the one hand, it’s wrong to Race-Bend
*Tangent - people are calling the Sam Wilson-Captain America change to be a “race bend” but it’s not.  An established character is just taking the mantle from another.  That’s how comics should progress.
- Back to topic - It’s wrong to race bend, but it’s also wrong to ignore the presence and influence of Native Americans, pretend they weren’t there at all.

Now one could say, “Well how about the Kumo characters?”  But that ignores the presence of African Americans in the west as well.  I’d say the Suna characters would be best for “race-bending” if one were to choose any of the Naruto characters.  It just doesn’t fit Hinata - which people gravitate towards because the only Native American exposure they have is the Pocahontas movie.  But then the old west also has a great Mexican presence… so to what extent do you include all the cultural groups that had a part of the west?

The reality… is that they will be ignored, because people only care about: Naruto, Sasuke, Sakura, and Hinata…  Other characters just don’t get love.

Anyways… I just can’t shake the thought that Kiba should be a piano player in a bar.  For some reason I think Kiba on a piano is an aesthetic that just works.  Karui… part of me would want to make her a bandit, but another part of me would make her a gambler.  Running a Faro table, working part-time at the silver exchange, and sometimes working as a secret agent for the stagecoach company.

R9: Please… Let me go. by Dreamy-Bibe New Naruto cover is a Wild West AU? Shino x Hana have a fanart for that :D

R9: Please… Let me go. by Dreamy-Bibe
New Naruto cover is a Wild West AU?
Shino x Hana have a fanart for that :D

KibaKarui Penpals by darthmadigan Always liked the thought that in a Gakuen AU Kiba and Karui go to different schools. They first met as penpals, later on they exchange numbers and text late into the night, but they still send little notes to each other just because it’s fun.
Translation: - The letter on Kiba’s side : Dear Kiba-kun Hi!! Long time no see!! Oh my~ I wanna meet Kiba-kun!
- The letter on Karui’s side : I do also wanna meet you, Karui-chan.. By the way, thanks Your *** Kiba

KibaKarui Penpals by darthmadigan
Always liked the thought that in a Gakuen AU Kiba and Karui go to different schools. They first met as penpals, later on they exchange numbers and text late into the night, but they still send little notes to each other just because it’s fun.

Translation:
- The letter on Kiba’s side :
Dear Kiba-kun
Hi!! Long time no see!!
Oh my~ I wanna meet Kiba-kun!

- The letter on Karui’s side :
I do also wanna meet you, Karui-chan..
By the way, thanks
Your ***
Kiba

Meet Aysu by rhymeswithmonth Always liked the thought that Kakashi and Mei’s daughter would be overly energetic, so of course it’s fated that she’d wind up a genin on Rock Lee’s team.

Meet Aysu by rhymeswithmonth
Always liked the thought that Kakashi and Mei’s daughter would be overly energetic, so of course it’s fated that she’d wind up a genin on Rock Lee’s team.

(Source: darthmadigan.deviantart.com)