Hey, I'm Caylie. c:
I post art and reblog shit.
Feel free to ask me questions and for sketch requests.
The human body is fascinating
I keep telling people this shit in real life and they don’t believe me.
I’ve seen it from multiple sources, and this just adds another (albeit usually unreliable) source.
This is actually legit, guys. This is how your eyes move when you’re thinking about something. It’s actually a good way to tell if someone is lying or not, because they’ll look to their left (your right, durr) when they’re constructing false memories, and to their right when they’re actually remembering them.
HOLY CRAP. SAVING THIS FOR FUTURE REF.
[[i have to reblog, because yes.]]
((yesmanagedtogettumblrtonotbeanass OKAY YEAH LET’S DO THIS YES. asifidon’thaveenoughtodoahahahaha))
[HA I FOUND IT. send a style my way and I’ll doodle up a bo~]
I will have a go at this. I can’t promise I’ll get any done before Round Four, but eh! If you don’t specify which of my characters (or me), I will pick :B
*Jumps onto the wagon because I am a wagon jumper*
I CANNOT DRAW AND I NEED MOTIVATION TO DRAW SO HIT ME OR ONE OF MY CHARACTERS gO
In Japan, there are 3 ways to say “I love you”:
You say “Daisuki (大好き)” for the friends and person you like,
you say “Aishiteru (愛してる)” for a more serious relationship,
and you say “Koishiteru ( 恋してる)” to the person you want to spend the rest of your life with.
And they follow this rule. They preserve the meaning of ‘I love you’ and never lose its essence unlike us.