The World According to...

I've learned many things, mostly from television, movies, and video games. But that counts... right?

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mostlycatsmostly:

theparadoxmachine:

alanahikarichan:

hideousblob:

mostlycatsmostly:

Raising Kittens
(via Valerija S. Vlasov)

dsfklsajflsjfdlk that’s the german word for kittens?
katzenkinder?
literally: “cat children”
aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ;w;

ISN’T GERMAN A CUTE LANGUAGEDO YOU KNOW THE GERMAN WORD FOR BATIT’S FLEDERMAUSFLUTTER-MOUSEHOW IS THAT NOT JUST KAWAII AS HECK

My favorite is their word for bagpipes.
DUDELSACK
doodle sack
seriously
But then their word for skull is Totenkopf, as in Death’s Head. 
So German basically has two settings, kawaii and metal, and there is no in between. 
I love German.

Reblogging for the German lesson.

mostlycatsmostly:

theparadoxmachine:

alanahikarichan:

hideousblob:

mostlycatsmostly:

Raising Kittens

(via Valerija S. Vlasov)

dsfklsajflsjfdlk that’s the german word for kittens?

katzenkinder?

literally: “cat children”

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ;w;

ISN’T GERMAN A CUTE LANGUAGE

DO YOU KNOW THE GERMAN WORD FOR BAT

IT’S FLEDERMAUS

FLUTTER-MOUSE

HOW IS THAT NOT JUST KAWAII AS HECK

My favorite is their word for bagpipes.

DUDELSACK

doodle sack

seriously

But then their word for skull is Totenkopf, as in Death’s Head. 

So German basically has two settings, kawaii and metal, and there is no in between. 

I love German.

Reblogging for the German lesson.

(via cello-love)