King of MADAO

Don't forget to check the expiry date!

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sugarapplesweet asked: God of Peace and Well-Being, he is depicted most often as a square-headed cow on a large canvas which magically transcribes seemingly random thoughts. These thoughts, if read, will not always make sense at that time, but their wisdom will ring true with time and the right situation. He inspires his followers to take chances, but he also encourages them to consider the feelings of others before taking big risks. The best offerings are those chocolate with something less sweet for balance.

THIS. IS A HEART. PERSON.

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Anonymous asked: Garakow, the god of Cardboard, emerged with the rise of cardbord. Nightly will the managers of various shipping companies lead the prayer to this almighty god so that their boxes will arrive safely to their destinations and in tact. His great cardboard is lovingly recycled so that nothing is wasted and often, there are sacrifices made of coffee and delicious foods.

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xoves:

sugarapplesweet replied to your post: ive got my ticket for the long way ‘ro…

Two bottle whiskey for the way! And I sure would like some sweet company And I’m leaving tomorrow. What d’you say?

when i’m gone, when i’m gone

you’re gonna miss me when i’m gone

You’re gonna miss me by my hair,
You’re gonna miss me everywhere.
Yeah, you’re gonna miss me when I’m gone.

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thegodofcalamity:

Hopefully people will reblog this…

If you’re in the Gintama or Hatoful Boyfriend fandom please reblog this so that I can follow you. 

Never thought I’d see these two together really.

(via xoves)

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The Myth of READY

jenniferely:

I love you guys. These words are for you, and also for myself.

I thought that by the time I actually got a creative job in the animation industry I would surely feel… like less of an imposter. Nope. Often times when I get an assignment I experience a moment of pure terror. Afraid that my last…

Important stuff.

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