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noabotdyo:

What playing with action figures felt like.

noabotdyo:

What playing with action figures felt like.

(Reblogged from tjatatan-poenja-bagoes)

faqiehkisr:

Masih suasana lebaran ~ ey ey
entah berapa kali udah nambah ketupat, berapa kotak ngabisin nastar, berapa thr yang dikumpul…. (emang masih dapet?)

tapi jangan lupa yuk, tetep doakan teman teman kita, tetap berdo’a untuk pejuang pejuang di Gaza di setiap shalat kita :’)

 

(Reblogged from faqiehkisr)

hayakawajunpei:

Tantõ (短刀)

Japanese swords are classified by their length and by the type of mounting they have. 

Tantõ are daggers with blades less than 30cm long. Their purpose, mountings and fittings depend upon the era in which they were popular, but for the most part they were auxiliary weapons. 

Maezashi, metezashi, hamidashi,  yoroidõshi, kaiken, aikuchi, koshigatana, sashitõ, and himogatana are all terms that were used down through the centuries to describe various forms of daggers. 

A warrior was never without a short sword or dagger and tradesmen, Buddhist priests, officials, and women all carried a dagger of some variation.

Naturally the length and design of the various forms of daggers also depended a great deal on their intended use. 

For instance, a dagger carried by a woman for self-defence was generally lighter and shorter, without a hand guard (either a kaiken or aikuchi) so that it could be easily concealed within the folds of a kimono. It would have normally had a curved tip (fukura tsuku) for slashing as well as thrusting. 

The term kaiken comes from the fold in a woman’s kimono (kai) at her waist where the dagger could be concealed. 

Wives and daughters of the samurai class were instructed in the use of the dagger from an early age. It was their primary weapon of defence and they also depended upon the dagger if they were captured by enemy forces. It could be used to commit suicide (by swiftly cutting the jugular) to avoid bringing shame upon the family.

When a woman married into a family she was expected to bring with her a kaiken called an omamoritõ (protection dagger) which they were expected to use to commit suicide if the marriage deteriorated  (divorce would bring shame to the husband’s family).

A dagger carried by a samurai retainer however was usually a sturdy hamidashi (small handguard) or form of yoroidoshi (armour piercer). These generally had a straight point (fukura kareru). The yoroidoshi in particular were very popular during the Sengoku period (1477-1600). These were used primarily for stabbing and had a short, triangular sectioned blade, ideally suited to penetrating lamellar armour at close quarters.

During the mid to late Edo period (1600-1868) tantõ carried by samurai became overly ornate, as their use declined. By the 1700’s tantõ had fallen into disuse as a weapon and tended to be carried only by women, artisans, doctors, Buddhist priests, and older samurai retainers. 

bagus euy

(Reblogged from gerypratama)

bre gerypratama playlist saya tidaK jelas, tidak puguh, berubah-ubah jadi saya bikin yang seminggu-dua minggu kemaren aja.

1. Dia - Maliq & D’Essentials (ini lagu tumben2 urang denger sebenarnya)

2. Kaze Tachinu - The wind rises - Soundtrack - FULL ALBUM (ini satu file haha)

3. Pilihanku - Maliq & D’Essentials (sumpah INI SHUFFLENYA NGGA RANDOM)

4. Studio Ghibli Music Box Collection

5. ラッパ練習中

6. ラブラドール・レトリバー (rusak nih shufflenya. i give up)

7. 소녀시대_’Mr.Mr.’

8. Dream - Mocca

9. Update - Sabao

10. secret base〜君がくれたもの〜【あの花 ED】

prevolt:

Make me choose meme: Chris Lightfellow or Sierra Mikain?

"…Do not pity me. Loneliness has always been my closest friend…"

(Reblogged from starsofdestiny)

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