I mean it’s not that dramatic, so it’s not bad. I just don’t like that I have to go to my second page of my dash/direct the dash to my main blog to see my messages and shit;;; other than that moving between blogs are easier now so that’s a plus
I just had the most massive nose bleed I’ve ever had in my life
fucking fountain of blood just escaping my nose asldkjghalhjer
I went to my bathroom to just blow it out but didn’t realize
how much fucking blood was going to come out /dead
ahh thanks for the thought ; __ ;//
but I feel really bad asking other people for money related issues most of the time
and orz i just noticed I wasn't following this blog, I've only following your art blog this whole time
nah it’s fine haha! and I totally get it but I totally get where you’re from since when I was fourteen I had trouble getting myself to AX so I don’t think that money should hinder you since AX is a nice experience so don’t be bothered to ask!
when I’m around people anyways;; it’s just when I’m tired I really let my guard down so I’ll say things that I don’t really make sense and catch myself saying it a second later ending up in laughing at myself
Live-action Phoenix Wright flick to hit Japanese cinemas next year.
Capcom has announced that a live-action Ace Attorney film will be released in Japanese cinemas next spring, confirming hints previously dropped by director Taskashi Miike.
Phoenix Wright will be played by Hiroki Narimiya - an actor you may recognise if you played Yakuza 4, as he provided the voice and likeness of Masayoshi Tanimura.
Wright’s main rival, prosecutor Miles Edgeworth, will be portrayed by Takumi Saito, who can currently be seen in Miike’s Thirteen Assassins. Mirei Kiritani will appear as Wright’s spirit medium assistant, Maya Fey.
Narimiya is known in Japan for his distinctive haircut. In theory this could make him an appropriate choice to play the spiky-headed lawyer, but the image in Capcom’s announcement suggests that he hasn’t been robbed of his famous fringe.