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BLACK = I would date you.
GREEN = I think you’re cute.
BLUE = You are my tumblr crush.
GREY = I wish you would notice me.
PURPLE = I don’t talk to you but I really love your blog.
TEAL = We have a lot in common.
YELLOW = I don’t know you at all.
ORANGE = I don’t like your blog.
BROWN = I don’t like you.
PINK = I think you are unattractive.
RED = I hate you with a burning passion.
WHITE = You scare me.

Don’t be shy

(Source: omgreblog)

Cities & Typography, Gokhun Guneyhan

tags: everything is fine + but there are CITIES AND THEN THERE IS BELGIUM AND POLAND +


German invasion of Poland, September 1st, 1939

"At 4:45 a.m., some 1.5 million German troops invade Poland all along its 1,750-mile border with German-controlled territory. Simultaneously, the German Luftwaffe bombed Polish airfields, and German warships and U-boats attacked Polish naval forces in the Baltic Sea. Nazi leader Adolf Hitler claimed the massive invasion was a defensive action, but Britain and France were not convinced. On September 3, they declared war on Germany, initiating World War II.

To Hitler, the conquest of Poland would bring Lebensraum, or ‘living space,’ for the German people. According to his plan, the ‘racially superior’ Germans would colonize the territory and the native Slavs would be enslaved. German expansion had begun in 1938 with the annexation of Austria and then continued with the occupation of the Sudetenland and then all of Czechoslovakia in 1939. Both had been accomplished without igniting hostilities with the major powers, and Hitler hoped that his invasion of Poland would likewise be tolerated.

To neutralize the possibility that the USSR would come to Poland’s aid, Germany signed a nonaggression pact with the Soviet Union on August 23, 1939. In a secret clause of the agreement, the ideological enemies agreed to divide Poland between them. Hitler gave orders for the Poland invasion to begin on August 26, but on August 25 he delayed the attack when he learned that Britain had signed a new treaty with Poland, promising military support should it be attacked. To forestall a British intervention, Hitler turned to propaganda and misinformation, alleging persecution of German-speakers in eastern Poland. Fearing imminent attack, Poland began to call up its troops, but Britain and France persuaded Poland to postpone general mobilization until August 31 in a last ditch effort to dissuade Germany from war.

Shortly after noon on August 31, Hitler ordered hostilities against Poland to begin at 4:45 a.m. the next morning. At 8 p.m. on August 31, Nazi S.S. troops wearing Polish uniforms staged a phony invasion of Germany, damaging several minor installations on the German side of the border. They also left behind a handful of dead concentration camp prisoners in Polish uniforms to serve as further evidence of the supposed Polish invasion, which Nazi propagandists publicized as an unforgivable act of aggression.

At 4:45 a.m. on September 1, the invasion began. Nazi diplomats and propagandists scrambled to head off hostilities with the Western powers, but on September 2 Britain and France demanded that Germany withdraw by September 3 or face war. At 11 p.m. on September 3, the British ultimatum expired, and 15 minutes later British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain went on national radio to solemnly announce that Britain was at war with Germany. Australia, New Zealand, and India followed suit shortly thereafter. At 5:00 p.m., France declared war on Germany.

In Poland, German forces advanced at a dizzying rate. Employing a military strategy known as the blitzkrieg, or ‘lightning war,’ armored divisions smashed through enemy lines and isolated segments of the enemy, which were encircled and captured by motorized German infantry while the panzer tanks rushed forward to repeat the pattern. Meanwhile, the sophisticated German air force—the Luftwaffe—destroyed Polish air capability, provided air support for the blitzkrieg, and indiscriminately bombed Polish cities in an effort to further terrorize the enemy.

The Polish army was able to mobilize one million men but was hopelessly outmatched in every respect. Rather than take a strong defensive position, troops were rushed to the front to confront the Germans and were systematically captured or annihilated. In a famously ill-fated strategy, Polish commanders even sent horsed cavalry into battle against the heavy German armor. By September 8, German forces had reached the outskirts of Warsaw, having advanced 140 miles in the first week of the invasion.

The Polish armed forces hoped to hold out long enough so that an offensive could be mounted against Germany in the west, but on September 17 Soviet forces invaded from the east and all hope was lost. The next day, Poland’s government and military leaders fled the country. On September 28, the Warsaw garrison finally surrendered to a relentless German siege. That day, Germany and the USSR concluded an agreement outlining their zones of occupation. For the fourth time in its history, Poland was partitioned by its more powerful neighbors.

Despite their declaration of war against Germany, Britain and France did little militarily to aid Poland. Britain bombed German warships on September 4, but Chamberlain resisted bombing Germany itself. Though Germans kept only 23 divisions in the west during their campaign in Poland, France did not launch a full-scale attack even though it had mobilized over four times that number. There were modest assaults by France on its border with Germany but these actions ceased with the defeat of Poland. During the subsequent seven months, some observers accused Britain and France of waging a ‘phony war,’ because, with the exception of a few dramatic British-German clashes at sea, no major military action was taken. However, hostilities escalated exponentially in 1940 with Germany’s April invasion of Norway and May invasion of the Low Countries and France.

In June 1941, Hitler attacked the USSR, breaking his nonaggression with the Soviet Union, and Germany seized all of Poland. During the German occupation, nearly three million Polish Jews were killed in the Nazi death camps. The Nazis also severely persecuted the Slavic majority, deporting and executing Poles in an attempt to destroy the intelligentsia and Polish culture. A large Polish resistance movement effectively fought against the occupation with the assistance of the Polish government-in-exile. Many exiled Poles also fought for the Allied cause. The Soviets completed the liberation of Poland in 1945 and established a communist government in the nation.” (source)

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Ciel Phantomhive makeup test (◍•ᴗ•◍)❤


tags: cosplay + kuroshitsuji + black butler + Ciel Phantomhive +


tags: cosplay + kuroshitsuji + black butler + Grell Sutcliff +


tags: cosplay + kuroshitsuji + black butler + Doll + book of circus +


tags: cosplay + kuroshitsuji + black butler + Ciel Phantomhive +


tags: cosplay + kuroshitsuji + black butler + Undertaker +


Ciel Phantomhive - Kuroshitsuji


Why is it impossible in my country to buy shoes that would be of a good size for me? ;-; *6 is too small while 7 is too big… cries in the corner because she was invited to a reception*

tags: tbdl +


Many people keep asking why nobody ever asked Ciel about his twin.

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Ciel CN: Asuka

Sebastian CN: Karinsawa

Man, there really does seem to be evidence for the double Ciel theory... maybe I'm just ranting here (okay so I am, but feel free to defend the theory), but I would be pretty unhappy if the 2CT were true. Ciel's story is supposed to be a selfish one in my mind and I can't think what purpose adding a twin would serve. I also am a twin, and my sister and I are pretty tired of the important relationship between twins being reduced to a plot device. What do you think the 2CT could add to the series?



Hi there~! 
Thanks for writing to me about it and for writing in a nice manner. We can have different opinions and it’s actually nice to talk about it. =3 

I must say that I was very upset when I first learned about the theory and I have spent days looking for the evidence and contra points. I never liked the idea of there being another boy and it was making me pretty angry. I already felt like I was lied to and the boy I thought I knew was someone else.

I feel that I also should underline that I DO THINK THAT CIEL SUFFERS FROM PTSD. 

Now to answer your question~!
I am one of these awful people who like(S?) their favourite character to suffer. 
Please try to imagine, there being two boys. The older one (A) is healthier and more easy-going. The younger one (B) has asthma and is shy. 
The difference of age between the two of them is small - few minutes probably and yet it defined the fact that the OLDER one is going to inherit everything that the family has. (A) will have the title and money, will inherit the mansion and already is betrothed (although I believe that the younger was probably betrothed too, but not necessarily. Despite the things we know from manga the Earl is a pretty low title so it wasn’t necessary for Phantomhives to betroth their children so early.).  
Now I think it just adds to the drama. (B) must already feels the difference in the treatment they are receiving. I’m not going as far as to say that he was less loved! But at some point their education process must have differed. In other words he was even less prepared to become an Earl of Phantomhive. 

Just imagine how much harder it was for Ciel to pick up the pieces of his family’s wealth if he hardly knew how to do this? 

Also I know that you haven’t ask for that, but I know that a lot of people use it as a counterargument for the theory.

Besides isn’t it tragic that the younger boy would throw away his own self and “become” his own brother? 

Why hasn’t anyone mentioned the other brother?  

I have and idea for that and I personally don’t think that it is too-far-fetched. 
In Campania Arc we are able to see Sebastian’s memories of the first days in service of the young Lord.
Since Ciel didn’t know where the mansion was, they went to the hospital where Madame Red worked. There they met Tanaka and Ciel run to him and they hugged. Then there was a time skip and they were already in a room after the whole talking and pretty much leaving.  
Same thing for Madame Red. She entered the room, hugged Ciel (Who didn’t hug her back mind you! And he hugged Tanaka and we know that the boy from Madame’s cinematic record was her favourite nephew and they were close enough to hug, yet the boy here hugs the servant and not his aunt! ), checked him for injuries and there was a time skip again - in the next scene we saw them saying goodbyes…

Also between the moment when Ciel came back with a black clad butler and the moment when the actual plot starts are 2 years apart, meaning that in those 2 years a lot of characters could have talked about the deceased brother only Ciel’s reaction, or simply a plea made them stop talking about it. 

Also after 2 years you don’t mourn so badly.

Taken out of context it looks like two Ciels or a bipolar Ciel, but those scenes placed back INTO context, and the truth is quite obvious… and easy: he’s ok with meeting Kelvin at first, but he becomes super shy when Kelvin’s stare creeps him the fuck out. Then he happily runs off to his uncle because he knows and trusts him. Ciel isn’t crazy or two people with different personalities…. Kelvin is just a creepy stranger. Ciel runs off to feel safe and happy again.

Maybe… but still he is changing sides too much. A creeped out child wouldn’t move so much, but just hide behind his protector.
But im not saying that everybody have to believe in it.



All right my dearest friends and followers~!
There are two facts that you need to know about me:
1. I am a fan of 2CT
2. I know that there is a possibility that it’s not true

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Look, believe me, I’m not tying to know your theory but all those thinks about Ciel being…

Sure he could have been excited. But i have a lot of kids in my family and based on their bahaviour with strangers it really does seem bipolar to me.