Mom: Home in 5 minutes, hope you’ve taken the chicken out of the freezer
me when writing an essay
A bunch of drunk college kids tried to play “Alice in Wonderland”
I cry of laughter everytime I watch this.
A number one dad, ten out of ten, Dad of the year, gettin laid all year this year, best dad ever, you did it.
Red makes anyone more sexually attractive, but i learned that wearing blue makes men especially more attractive to women got7-vevo
LOOK AT THIS. LOOK AT THIS, MEN WHO DO THIS, AND FEEL FOOLISH
Jesus take the wheel
Whoa there Jesus
When he whips out the d and it’s small
when somebody likes your selfie
when somebody likes and reblogs your selfie
when somebody likes and reblogs your selfie and then follows you
Anonymous asked: Oh dear I'm so stupid I just figured out that Kim and Jacqueline are the same characters from Soul Eater. I was like Woa they get a way bigger part in Not.
Yes, and we see a lot more of Kim and Jackie’s initial partnership for some shipper material and some much needed depth to Kim compared to the first anime.
As for not initially recognizing the duo, it’s a fair oversight, Anon—
—they look very different, largely because they look different in the original manga—
—and the first anime.
Out of curiosity, Anon: have you read the original manga? If not, I suggest you do before getting into NOT, otherwise you are going to spoil some major surprises about Kim’s back story, which are going to be covered soon in an upcoming episode.
My advice for the order in which to go through the material:
1) The first anime: It is shorter, it diverges considerably from the manga, but it is a good quick lesson on what this world is about, who are the characters, and what the plot is.
2) The manga, all 113 (well, 116) chapters: It spoils a lot of what you will get in NOT.
3) NOT, manga or anime: Both are supposed to follow the same plot, although the anime is doing a better job so far condensing the story, adding cohesion between storylines, and looking at a larger narrative scope.
4) Additional content: Audio drama (mostly filler and shipping: students take a field trip; Maka asks for Kim’s help to make Soul find her attractive; Spirit uses Soul as a guinea pig for a love potion; Black Star hits his head hard and gets amnesia; Kid and the Thompsons accidentally kill Stein), video games, t-shirts, coloring books, lunch boxes, breakfast cereals, dolls, flamethrowers.