kyotodoll:

My best friend and I decided to do an giveaway for our lovely followers.
Gothpxn got a second Nintendo and i got a second pokémon x game and we both came to the conclusion that we don’t need it and want to give it away. We both bought the skin extra for this giveaway! (▰˘◡˘▰)

❀ Prize ❀ :

  • One Nintendo 3DS XL in Black
  • Pokémon x
  • One skin for the Nintendo [Wave of Kanagawa]

 Rules  :

  • Mbf kyotodoll & gothpxn
  • Must reblog this, more reblogs equal more entries                                       [but please don’t disturbe your followers]
  • Likes don’t count                                                                                             [but if you want to like it for future reference, go ahead]
  • Giveaway blogs don’t count
  • We choose via random.org
  • We need your adresse [just when you win]
  • If you’re under 18 we need the permission of your parents.
  • This is a Worldwide giveaway! We pay the shipping!
  • Last day to enter will be August 18.

Good Luck.  (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧*:・゚✧


posted on Jul 30 from kyotodoll with 3,453 notes
andanotaku:

Table confirmed for ssb4

andanotaku:

Table confirmed for ssb4


posted on Jul 30 from it-started-to-rain © andanotaku with 29,151 notes

posted on Jul 28 from augustinesycamore © bryko with 3,096 notes

reshiham:

yifflord:

reshiham:

why cant your nose be 12 inches long?

because then it’ll be a foot

image


posted on Jul 28 from homurabooty © greatjaggi with 478,544 notes

jtotheizzoe:

astrotastic:

Jesus Christ you guys.

If you wish to make waffles from scratch, you must first invent the universe.


posted on Jul 28 from dickdead © hellascience with 235,020 notes
tagged: #yes

nivalingreenhow:

when McGonagall finds out that Ginny is pregnant, and that the Weasley and Potter bloodlines will converge, she marks on her calender the day the child will turn 11 and that is the day she retires 


posted on Jul 28 from tigerwoocls © nivalingreenhow with 139,148 notes
dynamicafrica:

Ebola Updates - Here’s A Summary Of the Latest News Concerning the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa.
As reported earlier, the current outbreak of Ebola in several West African countries is the deadliest on record.
The first wave of this outbreak first occurred earlier this year with confirmed cases in both Guinea and Liberia. Now, currently in its second wave, a senior official at Doctors Without Borders has described the outbreak as being ‘totally out of control’ as the death toll from the virus continues to escalate and has so far claimed close to 700 lives.
In recent news, health officials working to address and contain the disease have become infected with the virus resulting in the death of Liberian doctor Samuel Brisbane and Ugandan doctor Simon Ajok. Brisbane is the first Liberian doctor to die from the illness. Now, two American health workers Dr Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol have both tested positive for the disease. Both are in isolation a treatment facility at the ELWA hospital in Monrovia, Liberia. Brantly and Writebol are said to be in stable but serious conditions.
Previously, cases had been announced in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. However, last week the first Ebola case of this outbreak was confirmed in Lagos, Nigeria, after a Liberian national that travelled on a yet unnamed airline collapsed at the Murtala Mohammed Airport and was rushed to hospital. Doctors confirmed he did have Ebola and within days, he had passed away from the disease. One of the local airlines in the country, Arik Air, has now banned all flights to and from Liberia and Sierra Leone.
A woman with Ebola on Sierra Leone has been tracked down by officials after she was forcibly removed from the hospital by her family.
According to The Guardian, the west African outbreak is the first time that Ebola, which was first discovered in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1976, has appeared in heavily populated urban areas and international travel hubs. The mortality rate of the current outbreak is about 60%.
There is no cure or vaccine for the virus.
(image via RT)
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dynamicafrica:

Ebola Updates - Here’s A Summary Of the Latest News Concerning the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa.

As reported earlier, the current outbreak of Ebola in several West African countries is the deadliest on record.

The first wave of this outbreak first occurred earlier this year with confirmed cases in both Guinea and Liberia. Now, currently in its second wave, a senior official at Doctors Without Borders has described the outbreak as being ‘totally out of control’ as the death toll from the virus continues to escalate and has so far claimed close to 700 lives.

In recent news, health officials working to address and contain the disease have become infected with the virus resulting in the death of Liberian doctor Samuel Brisbane and Ugandan doctor Simon Ajok. Brisbane is the first Liberian doctor to die from the illness. Now, two American health workers Dr Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol have both tested positive for the disease. Both are in isolation a treatment facility at the ELWA hospital in Monrovia, Liberia. Brantly and Writebol are said to be in stable but serious conditions.

Previously, cases had been announced in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. However, last week the first Ebola case of this outbreak was confirmed in Lagos, Nigeria, after a Liberian national that travelled on a yet unnamed airline collapsed at the Murtala Mohammed Airport and was rushed to hospital. Doctors confirmed he did have Ebola and within days, he had passed away from the disease. One of the local airlines in the country, Arik Air, has now banned all flights to and from Liberia and Sierra Leone.

A woman with Ebola on Sierra Leone has been tracked down by officials after she was forcibly removed from the hospital by her family.

According to The Guardian, the west African outbreak is the first time that Ebola, which was first discovered in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1976, has appeared in heavily populated urban areas and international travel hubs. The mortality rate of the current outbreak is about 60%.

There is no cure or vaccine for the virus.

(image via RT)

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posted on Jul 28 from childishfigure © dynamicafrica with 279 notes

noobling:

person: Pokemon is such a childish game, why are you playing it?

me: 

me: 

me: image


posted on Jul 28 from pokedexholders © noobling with 86,986 notes
versaceslut:

this is unacceptable

versaceslut:

this is unacceptable


posted on Jul 27 from sheepies © versaceslut with 36,182 notes

-teesa-:

7.23.14

George Takei describes the moment when he and his family were sent to an internment camp.


posted on Jul 27 from vetozico © -teesa- with 89,768 notes

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posted on Jul 27 from roxenfel © adamapplesauce with 55,992 notes

djolteon:

Mega Swampert is like a big teddy bear. A big, hulking, swamp fish demon teddy bear on steroids <3


posted on Jul 27 from pokemon-personalities © djolteon with 453 notes

posted on Jul 27 from kirikiizan © wendycorduroy with 13,581 notes
angry-cucco:

Goon squad

angry-cucco:

Goon squad


posted on Jul 27 from deku-tree-desu © angry-cucco with 835 notes