Brio-Ish

Immaturity.. and how is this smexy?

nataliaimnida:

I submit this for dramatroll

But he’s cute.. and he got his learner’s permit for the role.. (I will make excuses for days.. :P)

nataliaimnida:

I submit this for dramatroll

But he’s cute.. and he got his learner’s permit for the role.. (I will make excuses for days.. :P)

dramagoodie:

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  • Drama: Heartbroken Chocolatier (literal title)
  • Romaji: Shitsuren Chocolatier
  • Japanese: 失恋ショコラティエ
  • Director: Hiroaki Matsuyama
  • Writer: Setona Mizushiro(manga), Naoko Adachi
  • Network: Fuji TV
  • Episodes:
  • Release Date: January, 2014 —
  • Runtime: Mondays 21:00-21:54
  • Language: Japanese
  • Country: Japan

Plot

After graduating from high school, Sota Koyurugi (Jun Matsumoto) studies bakery at an institute. In high school, he fell in love with beautiful Saeko. Because of Sota’s effort, he is able to have a romantic relationship with Saeko right before Christmas. Saeko though tells Sota that she will be unable to meet him on Valentine’s Day, but can meet him on the day before Valentine’s Day. On that day, Sota gives Saeko chocolate that he made, but she doesn’t accept his gift. Saeko tells him that she didn’t think they were dating. Sota is heartbroken, but he doesn’t give up hope.

To make Saeko love him, he travels to France with little money and studies chocolate there. This is because Saeko loves chocolate. 5 years later, Sota becomes a first-class Chocolatier. Now back in Japan, Sota opens his very own store.

Notes

  1. Based on the manga series “Shitsuren Chocolatieri” by Setona Mizushiro (first published February, 2008 by magazine Rinka).

Cast

Source: http://asianwiki.com/Heartbroken_Chocolatier_(Shitsuren_Chocolatier)

Premiere’s today!!!!

Subbers, get on that!

myperfectkpopsong:

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Kpop Cards Giveaway

True ‘nuff.. straight out of a great anime!

myperfectkpopsong:

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Kpop Cards Giveaway

True ‘nuff.. straight out of a great anime!

theverticallychallenged:

"The Heirs" Trailer 1 with subtitle

Umm total cheese!! 

My childhood rejoices.

odditiesoflife:

Long Term Exposure of Mating Gold Fireflies

Japanese photographer Yuki Karo goes to various places around Maniwa and Okayama Prefectures in Japan and uses long exposure to capture some stunning shots of mating gold fireflies.

theclearlydope:

I want one for every room in my house. 
the-awesomer:

Happy little trees.
(hat tip)


This makes all my internet frustration better..

theclearlydope:

I want one for every room in my house. 

the-awesomer:

Happy little trees.

(hat tip)

This makes all my internet frustration better..

anomalousdata:

zetarays:

pedantic-pontificating-bastards:

red pandas are the derps of the animal kingdom

Can someone genuinely explain to me how red pandas survive in the wild

I mean they have to have some kind of method of survival like a strong bite or claws or something

how do they survive

They survive because nothing can stand to eat them. Predators are just like “…I can’t. Too cute.”

OMG cuteness overload

One of those Saturday nights..

One of those Saturday nights..

fuckyeahtudorwomen:

Last year, Emily Pooley, a Technical and Special Effects artist from East Sussex,  made a half-size wax model of Anne Boleyn for display at Hever Castle. 

As with any sculpture or piece of artwork, you have to know your subject and even more importantly – understand it. This meant months of research before any clay was even touched! I focused on Anne’s story and how she has been represented throughout the centuries, from historical accounts of her appearance and personality (notoriously difficult in Anne’s case) to modern day depictions of her through films like ‘Anne of the Thousand Days’ and ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’ and other artworks based on her image from Madame Tussauds’ waxwork to Royal Doulton’s toby jug. After attacking my 5000 word dissertation on this subject – writing has always been my nemesis – I settled on Holbein’s sketch [pictured above] of Anne as it has always been my favourite, and is by far the mostly realistic reproduction, in terms of skill, of her image from around the time.

The next stage is to choose a model as, of course, I could not simply ask Anne to supply me with her measurements – séance’s are scary business! Luckily, my friend at university looked remarkably similar to Holbein’s sketch. Numerous photographs were taken from 360 degrees around the model and hundreds of measurements recorded using calipers, so that the sculpt can be as accurate as possible.”

You can read about the process of reconstructing Anne here, at On the Tudor Trail, in an interview Emily gave them.