fencer-x:

Mister....Elephant....

I’m gonna call dicks that from now on.



xkiyominationx:

Sumimasen!!! >_< I couldn’t help it! Just knowing that Sousuke’s seiyuu is the same seiyuu as Junpei from KnB, and Haruka’s seiyuu is the same as Sakurai from KnB, and they have a rivalry in KnB… and a rivalry in Free!…figured… why not? 

The apologetic mushroom is what Junpei calls Sakurai in KnB, and the “Sumimasen“‘s is what Sakurai always say in the KnB manga/anime. 


Terror in Resonance x Japan MENSA: Challenge from Sphinx [x]


He's too cool!!!
HQ Radio

yutsukism:

When asked by a fanmail on whether Saito Souma (Yamaguchi’s CV) and Uchiyama Kouki (Tsukishima’s CV) were close (“Gomen, Ucchi!”):

Murase: How is it?

Saito: Uhm, I really love Uchiyama-san, but I was too nervous to talk to him up until now..

Murase&Ishikawa: *burst out laughing*

Saito: But really- for example, as expected, Tsukishima and Yamaguchi have a lot of screen time talking together, right?

Murase & Ishikawa: Yes, yes.

Saito: But often times than not, when I do re-takes, he does re-takes with me. I say, “I’m so sorry!" and he says, "not at all,” and I think, “HE’S TOO COOL!!!

The full radio with Saito Souma as the guest can be found here.


tatsu-to-mamo-no-atm:

Interviewer: What is the scariest thing in the world for you?

Hosoya: I may be contradicting myself, but I’m going to say women.  I have this belief that as a standard, women won’t stay on your side. As expected,  I know absolutely nothing about the opposite sex (lol).  But it’s because I find women scary, I want to treasure that one person who will tell me that they love me. 

Interviewer: What kind of woman would be the type to soothe you?

Hosoya:  Someone who will protect me.  It’s probably because “to protect” is something you do with intent and means that they will truly cherish me.   If that person existed, then I would want to protect them as well. 

Interviewer: That sounds great.

Hosoya: I don’t have a mother.  Ever since I could remember I was told that she passed away, but when I was 18 and about to go to Tokyo to study in an arts institute, my dad told me, “Actually, she’s still alive.”  At that point, I never thought about wanting to meet her.  But around the time when I passed the age of 30, I began to feel that I was missing something. They aren’t feelings of sadness or pain over not having a mother, but rather, if I did have one I would probably be a different person from the one I am today. 

Interviewer: Are you perhaps attracted to the idea of “family”?

Hosoya: My wish to marry is probably strong.  And that’s most likely because I have this idea that a family is something that I can build with my own will. 

I didn’t know this. This hit me like a couple of bags of sand. Right smack dab in the center of my glass heart. I’m sure he’s reached some sort of closure at this point in his life but that doesn’t stop me from feeling some sort of sorrow for him and thinking of what he was possibly going through as an 18 year old about to head to Tokyo for the next chapter of his life and finding out that his mother is actually alive… I’m just going to curl up in my bed while listening to MaxBoys now…
_( T△T 」∠)_and no. No I’m not crying. Dammit. I’m not (T_T)

(via 89th-alice)


poooolllllyyyyy:

sweet-bitsy:

THAT’S SO MUCH PUPPIES THAT’S LIKE 12 PUPPIES

Omg

(via paranoid-rhythm)


the First Step to becoming a Fujoshi presented by Arai Tamako

(via paranoid-rhythm)


fencer-x:

stellastrasi:

This is official fanservice.

Official fanservice.

(x)

OH MY GOD THIS IS ANIMATE YES? FRICK. WHAT ARE THEY DOING. WHO GAVE THEM PERMISSION.