ask-makoto-naegi:

[[Was tampering around with things and decided to finish up this Future Foundation Kyouko sprite, what do you think? … personally I know it could use some work.]]
[[EDIT: Cleaned it up a bit, got rid of some of the white in the background for transparency.]]

ask-makoto-naegi:

[[Was tampering around with things and decided to finish up this Future Foundation Kyouko sprite, what do you think? … personally I know it could use some work.]]

[[EDIT: Cleaned it up a bit, got rid of some of the white in the background for transparency.]]

Anonymous asked
I have an idea. Anytime you get an inapropriate question, just answer with the screen cap from the anime... the "talk to the hand" one...
danganronpabackgroundcharacters:

ok but look at these weenies i mean come on leon thats poor form and naegi looks constipated and yamada is just dying
and then celes

danganronpabackgroundcharacters:

ok but look at these weenies i mean come on leon thats poor form and naegi looks constipated and yamada is just dying

and then celes

monty-n-brents-flying-dino-blog:

A Quetzal is a type of bird found in Mexico, and thus playable. “Quetzalcoatlus” is 14 letters long. In Scrabble, each player’s hand consists of 7 letters. So however unlikely, it is theoretically possible to play “Quetzalcoatlus” in two turns, if you miraculously draw the right letters. Three turns is also possible, if you play “Que”, then “Quetzal”, then “Quetzalcoatlus”, and is slightly less improbable.Yay! :D

monty-n-brents-flying-dino-blog:

A Quetzal is a type of bird found in Mexico, and thus playable. “Quetzalcoatlus” is 14 letters long. In Scrabble, each player’s hand consists of 7 letters. So however unlikely, it is theoretically possible to play “Quetzalcoatlus” in two turns, if you miraculously draw the right letters. Three turns is also possible, if you play “Que”, then “Quetzal”, then “Quetzalcoatlus”, and is slightly less improbable.

Yay! :D

fifthday:

Dr. Ellie Sattler — Dinosaurs eat man. Woman inherits the earth. 

fifthday:

Dr. Ellie Sattler — Dinosaurs eat man. Woman inherits the earth. 

sarkos:

Researchers said the 165-million-year-old creature was distantly related to modern-day crocodiles.
Parts of its skeleton were found near Peterborough in the early 1900s and are held at Glasgow’s Hunterian museum.
The species has been named as Tyrannoneustes lythrodectikos, meaning “blood-biting tyrant swimmer”.
(via ‘Blood-biting’ predator identified)

sarkos:

Researchers said the 165-million-year-old creature was distantly related to modern-day crocodiles.

Parts of its skeleton were found near Peterborough in the early 1900s and are held at Glasgow’s Hunterian museum.

The species has been named as Tyrannoneustes lythrodectikos, meaning “blood-biting tyrant swimmer”.

(via ‘Blood-biting’ predator identified)