there he goes. off into the wild blue yonder
it’s going down, I’m yelling timber
24 Aug 14
Reblogged from masamumu
1. A deep, emotional state of nostalgic or deeply melancholic longing for an absent something or someone that one loves. It carries a repressed knowledge that the object of longing will never return.
2. The Portuguese call it saudade a longing for something so indefinite as to be indefinable. All things born of the soul that can only be felt.
23 Aug 14
Reblogged from thenarutofandom
is it me or Sasuke looks kinda calm and a little bit happy right here °///°
30 Jul 14
Reblogged from hashimada
This seems to be the “Oshikura manju” game…
Oshikura Manju(押し競饅頭) is a very simple Japanesegame that is played on cold days in order to get warm.
The game is played with at least three players, but it is better if there are more. The players first gather around in a circle, as close to each other as possible. They face the outside, standing back to back with each other. When the game starts, the players powerfully shove backwards, pressing their backs towards other players’ backs as they chant “Oshikura Manju osarete nakuna”, meaning “Oshikura Manju doesn’t cry even when shoved”. The chant is the most famous part of the song, and many people are familiar with only this part. However, the proper song continues; "Nakuko wa dare yowamushi kemushi hasannde sutero" (Who is crying? Pinch the coward and caterpillar, and throw them away). The players continue shoving each other, repeating this song over and over. There is no accurate end to this game.
Oh yeah! The translation of this panel is:
Naruto: “We’ll definitely win this Oshikura Manju game! Sasuke!”
Tenten: “Even you both are playing this!”
01 Jul 14
Reblogged from fourangers