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the best thing about the recent GTA V let’s play is Geoff’s Italy stories hahaha

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This is such a lovely photo

We have Mama J and Papa Sho

And their three kids


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gosh. Kotoba Yori Taisetsu Na Mono is playing endlessly in my mind why why why

it’s so goooood <3

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♕ Happy 15th Anniversary, Arashi 

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security at concerts always look so bored i mean at least smile you’re getting fucking paid to stand one step closer to my idol than i’ll probably ever be able to you fucker

I met one security at an event before who was strict but was smiling the whole time and whenever he saw an opening near the entrance, he’d let some of us squeeze into a little space where we can take good photos of the celebs upstage while saying “Go on, I don’t know these people but I know how hard it is to be a fan” and I s2g he was heaven sent. he wasn’t one of those assholes who pushes the crowd roughly.

what a good man.

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Happy 15th Anniversary, Arashi!
♕ Here’s to 15 more years of songs, singles, albums, concerts, movies, dramas, variety shows, performances, laughter, tears and FRIENDSHIP! 

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Dear UP Pep Squad,


I hope you are not too heartbroken by your defeat, if you can even call it that.

We UP non-athletes can never know how much effort, time, and sacrifice it takes to become as good as you. But we see it in every toss, every backflip, and every pyramid that you guys execute.

We also saw the disappointment in your faces when we lost to NU (who put on a good show). 

For us, the UP community, you guys are the real winners. I’m not just saying this as an “aww-it’s-ok-there’s-always-next-year” statement. I’m saying this as someone who sees your bold effort of including activism into your routine.

A lot of people from the rival schools are making fun of you for bringing the LGBT and Women’s advocacy into cheer dance. I’ve read the tweets saying "cheerdance ito, hindi rally". But really, apart from you guys, who else can do that? 

Because of you, each Filipino who watches the show (and the unavoidable YouTube uploads) will see that the State University advocates equality.

The LGBT community in the Philippines will find strength in the fact that the premier university respects them enough to include their cause in their cheer dance routine.

Most importantly, the kids who watch the show will be empowered with the knowledge that girls can lift boys and manly boys can dance to Beyonce. 

Your routine was unique, difficult, and significant. It passes on a message, and unlike the other routines, it will be talked about until next year and beyond.

NU may have won the title (deservedly so), but for every person who got your message, you still win.

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Well, although we aren’t champions this year, we still managed to get 2nd place.

Congratulations, UP! You’re still winners in my heart. You sent a clear message about equality and I think that’s a huge accomplishment in itself. Great job! ^_^

EqualiTEAM! :)

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Let’s go, UP! It’s a cheerDANCE competition, not a cheerSTUNT competition. Hohoho.

UP Fight!

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Let’s go, UP Pep Squad!

We have to win!!! :D