Each main Legend of Korra villain represents a different political ideology.

Even the more minor villains like Varrick (who is not always necessarily a villain) and the Earth Queen represent ideologies as well:  Capitalism and Monarchy, respectively.

I don’t like formal occasions like this.

mega-byte:

WHY ARE YOU ACTING LIKE ITS SO EASY

itachis-homie:

chapter 692

mizukisdick:

Is this or Ren can fly

officialnatasharomanoff:

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

i feel like making my mom make cinnamon buns for me but its like 11pm i dont wanna put her through the trouble

grandepumpkin:

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free him

me about girls: wow!! wow

harcules:

Adopt this attitude and your life will change, trust me.

guunyuu:

but just imagine killua getting butterflies in his stomach/sweaty palms/faster heartrate from gon being sweet to him and killua being confused because these are basically the symptoms of one of his panic attacks, albeit milder, so why is happening now when he’s in no danger and not in any fear of danger???? i mean what else could those physical symptoms possibly be?????? killua doesnt know.

visacredit:

ummm…

東京