Types of kisses and their meaning

little-things-count-the-most:

toujiii:

Forehead: Friendship
Closed Eyelids: Thankfulness
Tip of nose: Good luck
Cheek: Happy to see you
Lips: Love
Earlobe/Neck: “I want you” , Lust, Desire
Top of hand: Respect, loyalty
Computer screen: I love you but I can’t ever have you (because you’re not real) 

that last one though

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pfeffersteak:

"im exhausted! im just resting!" "its practical okay i only do this because hinatas small and fluff-!!" "no i sAID SCRUFFY— and it dOES make sense okay!!" "NO IM NOT ENJOYING THIS AT ALL SHUT UP TSUKISHIMA"

+BONUS

………………………..whatever u say, king

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princessyachi:

serious reasons why you should read/watch oofuri aka ookiku furikabutte

  • the main character is bettered not by “fixing” his anxiety, but by people supporting and accepting him, flaws and all, while also not coddling him like a helpless child
  • there are no overtypical stereotypes, making mostly every character very realistic and sympathetic in development, including rivals and other minor characters
  • the team’s coach is cunning, knowledgeable and amazing at baseball and shows not to underestimate her for being female; also, despite having a large chest, she’s never exploited for fanservice
  • most of the main boys’ families are normally shown, mothers especially, which is really refreshing because usually there’s little focus to them in fiction if it’s not tied to an angsty backstory
  • an unhealthy, codependent relationship is acknowledged as such, and both participants work to make sure they stand on equal ground to fully trust and respect each other
  • and even if you’re not familiar with baseball (or even fond of it, since I used to think it was the most boring sport in existence), the explanations are simple and easy to follow because—
  • —Higuchi (the author) studied high school baseball for over ten years in order to bring an amazing amount of quality and accuracy, so no overblown shounen superpowers here

and now not all serious but still just as valid reasons to give baseball a chance

(oh and here is how to experience this lovely series)