4/18/2000 - 9/29/2004
"This isn’t a story about a great Pharaoh. Everyone has their own story. And… my story has just begun."
Ten years ago Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters ended it’s run in Japan back in 2004. This is rather significant as even though the story of Yugi and his friends has ended, it opened up the door for the adventures of Judai, Yusei,Yuma, and Yuya and their group of irreplaceable comrades. Because of Duel Monsters and it’s success, we wouldn’t all be here today in this close knit community. Yu-Gi-Oh really has really brighten up my day with it’s dynamic storylines and it’s message of friendship and never giving up. So thank you Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Monsters, without you, we wouldn’t have the successor series. Even though ten years has passed, you are still loved and you will never be forgotten no matter how many series follow after. You are what started this journey and we will never forget that… Thank you once more from the bottom of my heart.
hey, whatcha doing? are these the internets? can I internet too?
This seems familiar…
The fact the dog looks back at him in the last image just sells this.
You are ruining my life and your human is attractive.
oh hey, look. it’s me.
Filming a rainbow when suddenly.
what the fuck
the gays are mad
Now a rainbow’s tale isn’t quite as nice~
Earth ponies who dwell in the heart of the Everfree Forest. These ponies worship the earth and believe that nature should be free instead of being controled by magic. Cut off from normal pony society, these ponies pray to earth to give them what they need to survive. They speak a whole different language then other ponies. Many of these ponies dance for a good harvest, rain, and tamed winter. These ponies have more knowledge of the forest then any other pony. Those who wander deep in the forest may come across this tribe. If they find a someone lost in their forest, they will secretly guide that pony back to Ponyville. However, those who do harm to the forest will meet the tribal ponies’ wrath. They call the Everfree forest their home and protector. Despite all the monsters of the forest, the Tribal Ponies still co exsist with them, respecting the monsters and they in turn leave them alone.
Their leader is the chief stallion Aria Leaf. He carries a special kind of water only found in the Everfree Forest: Ever Spring Water. This water allows one to become spiritual and become one with the forest. This allows them to communicate with the forest and pray to it. This also enhances their stamina. So if the forest is stubborn or anger, the tribal ponies will dance to heal the forest.
Tribal Ponies come in all sorts of colors, but their colors are green for the earth, blue for the sky, and yellow for the spirits around them.
This is Rain Dancer, the chief’s daughter. As her name says, she dances to summon rain. Her colors represent the sky and the white of her mane and tail represent the clouds. Her role to summon rain is a priority.
*picture drawn by my friend Prism*
every goddamn night.
(c) Jayne Steiger
I have my friend’s cats staying with me for a while and this is literally what happens.
uh oh [x]
THEEEEEEEY CALL ME CUBAN PETE
IM THE KING OF THE RUMBA BEAT
WHEN I PLAY THE MARACAS I GO
CHIC CHICKY BOOM CHIC CHICKY BOOM