Utopia and Flower
I'm Hana, I'm 24 and a Chilean fangirl/engineer
My ask is open!
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rnalevolent:

ever wonder how different your life would be if that one thing never happened

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leonkumquat:

when my dad was in college he had a friend who told a girl he’d take her on a date unlike any other she’d ever been on and so he took her to the supermarket to watch the lobsters fighting in the lobster tank

they’re married now

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zohbugg:

Star Wars AU: Everything is the same, except R2-D2 doesn’t make beeps and whistles, and is instead voiced by Kayne West, who is given no script but is just reacting to all the crazy space shit going on around his little robot homie.

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— Dengeki Daisy is my favorite Shoujo Manga

thatawkwardazn:

Sure, I love Kaichou wa Maid-sama, Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun, Ao Haru Ride, Ookami Shoujo to Kuro Ouji, etc. but Dengeki Daisy is different.

The art isn’t perfect, some proportions are off every now and again, but the plot. I love the plot so much. It’s the most elaborate shoujo manga I’ve read.

All shoujo manga are about love and friendship and blah blah blah. All the manga listed above fall into that, the love story between two high school students, often where the heroine has some type of fatal flaw that makes her unique and unable to properly integrate into society.

But Dengeki Daisy is different. It’s controversial for one thing. A 24-year old lolicon going after a 16-year-old (17 after chapter 68)? That’s an 8 year age gap. Not to mention it kinda condones hacking/illegal methods of solving problems. Hella controversial. 

Teru doesn’t really have a fatal flaw. She’s poor, but that doesn’t really hinder anything. She’s top of the class, she doesn’t have some complex of hating guys, mistrusting people, etc. She’s not even unrealistically perfect, forgiving everyone around her and always thinking happy thoughts. She isn’t obsessed with love nor is she socially awkward. 

And then the plot. The plot is confusing and elaborate and wonderful. It’s not the slice of life stuff where you deal with personal conflict and how to overcome your fatal flaw and the focus isn’t even on “getting the guy.” There is a perfect twist of romance and comedy in with the elaborate plot of Akira and M’s Testament. It’s mysterious, suspenseful, and even a little frightening when you see the brush head (Anthra)’s face. 

Overall, Dengeki Daisy is definitely the most interesting shoujo manga. 

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poulersour:

I know Free! might be confusing to the uninitiated, so I made a helpful table describing the characters:

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felicidad-loque-tumedas:

El fin
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sixpenceee:

Schizophrenia: patients usually have less brain tissue
Major Depression: scans show less brain activity in depressed brain
Alzheimer’s: brain tissue significantly shrinks, hippocampus is usually the first region to go
ADHD: less brain activity in the frontal cortex (area associated with decision making) 
OCD: high brain activity 
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): hippocampal volume reduction (area involved in memory) and increased activation of the amygdala (area involved in emotional responses) 

sixpenceee:

  • Schizophrenia: patients usually have less brain tissue
  • Major Depression: scans show less brain activity in depressed brain
  • Alzheimer’s: brain tissue significantly shrinks, hippocampus is usually the first region to go
  • ADHD: less brain activity in the frontal cortex (area associated with decision making) 
  • OCD: high brain activity 
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): hippocampal volume reduction (area involved in memory) and increased activation of the amygdala (area involved in emotional responses)