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After like, a gazillion years, I’m finally done… //keelsover

This series of charm designs are inspired by certain characters in the characters’ names - The kanji for ‘Tadashi’ is taken from 犬ハチ公, the faithful dog Hachiko. By itself, it means loyalty. Tsuki(moon)shima(island)’s first name ‘Kei’ can be read as ‘Hotaru’, meaning fireflies (this is reflected in his current concern lmao this pissbaby—-). ‘Hinata’ is sunny spot and ‘Shouyou’ is made up of kanjis meaning flight and sunlight. Kageyama… -pfft- is basically shadow-mountain-flying-man -snorts- I CANNOT. ‘Yachi’ refers to lowlands while ‘Hitoka’ is made up of kanjis meaning kindness and flower.

If I made a mistake about interpreting their names - please tell me!! I’ll edit ASAP = v = 

Edit (23/9/14): silverthehedgehog said that Shouyou (翔陽), Hinata’s first name, is better interpreted as "Flying into the Open." When 陽 is read as ‘you’, it could be talking about a place that is open or visible. Thanks for enlightening me, silver! And sorry for the mistake y’all! ><;;

Ν ο я a м i




this is a real country song that played at work today

I forget there are people who don’t have to put up with this

every time I work a night I hear this song two or three times