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worldofthecutestcuties:

Coworker brightened my day with this today

worldofthecutestcuties:

Coworker brightened my day with this today

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youarewhoyouuare:

But tHIS IS THE CUTEST GIF EVER OMG

youarewhoyouuare:

But tHIS IS THE CUTEST GIF EVER OMG

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sorarts:

i think mabel would be a complete babe when shes older yo

also join the ‘boys mabel was interested in once in a blue moon’ club

frenchfrycoolguy’s antigravity au!!

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yukipri:

Baby!Smaug

Baby dragons are essentially winged, fire-breathing cats.

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preludetowind:

Studio Ghibli iPhone 5 Backgrounds from TeePublic / Click on background for source

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I started following inonibird recently and I got in spires to draw this. Here is anubis.

I started following inonibird recently and I got in spires to draw this. Here is anubis.

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inonibird:

Stick-gods ~ Catfight

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archiemcphee:

In Japan you can enjoy your favorite anime, cartoon and video game characters as more than simply visual entertainment. They’re also available as sweet treats. These kawaii confections are a form of wagashi (和菓子) called nerikiri (練り切り). Made from white bean paste and rice-based dough, nerikiri are often tinted and molded similar to how marzipan is prepared in Western desserts.

These pop culture-inspired nerikiri were all made by Japanese Twitter user Otakumi at a wagashi shop called Kuramoto Hinode, which is located in the Tokushima Prefecture of Japan’s Shikoku island.

Follow Otakumi’s Twitter feed

You can also try your hand at making your very own nerikiri. Click here for the recipe.

[via Kotaku]