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avialum:

anime trope episodes: the beach episode, the festival episode, the episode where someone doesn’t know how to cook
western cartoon trope episodes: the episode where someone has several copies of themselves made, the episode where inanimate objects come to life, the episode that is a homage to a movie from the 1950s, the episode where someone is shrunk down to microscopic levels and placed inside the body of another person
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blackmantagirl:

magicalgirlconfessions:


One thing that always confused me about the original Sailor Moon anime was how Super Sailor Moon and Super Sailor Chibimoon were able to transform without each other there, but Moon Crisis Make Up is both of their henshins. For example, in Sailor Moon SuperS the movie, Usagi is able to transform after Chibiusa is kidnapped, and in episode 170, Chibiusa is able to transform after Usagi becomes Eternal Sailor Moon and flies off to confront Nehelenia. To this day it makes me wonder how they did it.

submitted by Anon

Anon I shall explain this to the best of my abilities because it boils down to:
They can transform without each other and were never dependant on each other for their transformation in the first place. It just so happens that they are nearly always together to transform.
In one of the earlier SuperS epsiods against VesVes where a boy wanted to fly  and Vesves helps him achieve this dream, Chibiusa is able to transform into Super Sailor Chibimoon - BY Her SELF-.
This indicates that they’re not co-dependant on each other for transformations.
As for Eternal Sailor Moon- Usagi got a power up, but Chibiusa did NOT get a powerup.  It’s that’ simple.  Unfortunately for Usagi, her power up does not last because it’s missing Mamoru  to complete it and allow her to keep this powerup.
In short-
Toei was cutting corners and that’s why they always did the Moon Crisis Make Up together and also why Saturn got the shaft when it came to transformations. 
Edit: I keep mis-remembering having to change stuff. xD; I was right the first time about the ep but wrong about the villain.

blackmantagirl:

magicalgirlconfessions:

One thing that always confused me about the original Sailor Moon anime was how Super Sailor Moon and Super Sailor Chibimoon were able to transform without each other there, but Moon Crisis Make Up is both of their henshins. For example, in Sailor Moon SuperS the movie, Usagi is able to transform after Chibiusa is kidnapped, and in episode 170, Chibiusa is able to transform after Usagi becomes Eternal Sailor Moon and flies off to confront Nehelenia. To this day it makes me wonder how they did it.

submitted by Anon

Anon I shall explain this to the best of my abilities because it boils down to:

They can transform without each other and were never dependant on each other for their transformation in the first place. It just so happens that they are nearly always together to transform.

In one of the earlier SuperS epsiods against VesVes where a boy wanted to fly  and Vesves helps him achieve this dream, Chibiusa is able to transform into Super Sailor Chibimoon - BY Her SELF-.

This indicates that they’re not co-dependant on each other for transformations.

As for Eternal Sailor Moon- Usagi got a power up, but Chibiusa did NOT get a powerup.  It’s that’ simple.  Unfortunately for Usagi, her power up does not last because it’s missing Mamoru  to complete it and allow her to keep this powerup.

In short-

Toei was cutting corners and that’s why they always did the Moon Crisis Make Up together and also why Saturn got the shaft when it came to transformations. 

Edit: I keep mis-remembering having to change stuff. xD; I was right the first time about the ep but wrong about the villain.

Tagged: #bless!

the-butt-hut:

tonnieron:

funnyandhilarious:

Dumping Paper Airplanes »

I solemnly swore that I thought it was the Ministry of Magic’s flying notes. 

Oh my god accepted

officialnatasharomanoff:

the day i don’t reblog this is the day i am deceased

todallison:

so, like, a horror game where the only light in the entire game is from the protagonist’s light up sneakers

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books-wrote-my-story:

The frustration that occurs when you don’t really remember what happened in the previous book but you don’t want to reread it before continuing the series

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kungfusnowqueen:

be critical of Anita Sarkeesian all you want but if the fact that she had to cancel a speech at a college because a student threatened a mass shooting isn’t a huge red flag to you about how very much alive misogyny is then you need to get the fuck out of my face

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f3nnekin:

inner—utopia:

Bless that one person in every group that is like “keep going, I’m listening” and encourages you to finish your story even when everyone else is talking over you.

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huntandshout:

lizardvvizard:

sabrielshipping-charliebartlett:

"We’re preparing you for the real world"

I don’t meant to alarm you but

the real world has calculators

and dictionaries

and google

increasingly the world has these things in our pocket, no less

and the skeleton war

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mayakern:

second week of inktober! from my instagram

actualmenacebuckybarnes:

relevanttosomeone:

feuillysfanclub:

in an effort to “get caught up,” Steve becomes the pop culture junkie of the group 

he lives for the looks of confusion on other people’s faces and makes increasingly obscure references in a not-so-subtle attempt at revenge

some are born hipsters, some achieve hipsterdom and some become hipsters fOR VENGEANCE

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kaseysellingseashells:

queerwashing:

if you give me a task with no deadline i will literally never do it but if you give me a deadline i will get it done exactly 1 hour before the deadline even if the deadline is in six years

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