Anonymous: "do you know good fonts for graphics?"

this site will help you :’) 

100 Greatest Free Fonts Collection for 2012

and Merry Christmas <3

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Anonymous: "where are you from?"

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South Korea..

Anonymous: "Hey, can I know what font you use in gifs? They look great."
Anonymous: "can i use one of your gifs as my sidebar image?"

yeah, of course u can use it :D and you don’t have to give credit when you use them as your sidebar & reaction gifs. feel free to use them :3

Anonymous: "I'm not coming back for thirty percent..."

Anonymous: "What is your favorite team in Spain? Real Madrid or Barcelona"

REAL MADRID.

sti1inskis: "OMG WHO DID YOU KILL TO GET THAT AMAZING USERNAME."

MARK ZUCKERBERG.

Anonymous: "lawyerupasshole I just messaged you, and this is crazy, but take the quick survey at TUMBLRBOT(.)NET - free gift card baby. Love, TumblrBot"

Hey, I just answered you and this is crazy
But here’s my answer, so don’t spam me maybe

It’s hard to look right at your site baby
But here’s my answer, so don’t spam me maybe

Anonymous: "What tv show are you watching right now?"

Veep, 2 Broke Girls
Girls, True Blood, The Killing, Continuum, Hell’s Kitchen, Jane By Design, Suits, Silk, Bedlam, Hit & Miss :D

Anonymous: "Prometheus is good?"

MICHAEL FASSBENDER IS GOOD. ALL I WANT IS DAVID 8’S HEAD.

letsgo-flyakite-deactivated2012: "Do you have a link to a video of that latest interview of Chris Hemsworth talking about India?"
Anonymous: "What are your favorite SF Movies?"

Blade Runner, Star Wars, 12 Monkeys, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Metropolis, Alien, Aliens, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Matrix, Inception, Brazil, Sunshine, District 9, Minority Report, Pitch Black, Gattaca, The Day the Earth Stood Still (classic one), Terminator 2, Moon, Star trek (2009), Donnie Darko and Children of Men.

ttargaryen: "hi, yuri. i'm curious... what are your top 5 favorite movies?"

1. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

2. The Godfather: Part II

3. Annie Hall

4. Breathless

5. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb