spaceinsea:

zeldacw-love:

dustysock:

to fellow KinKi fans here in the tag, here’s a little something I’ve been curious about ever since their KING concert dvd came out. there are these two little moments I noticed during Bonnie Butterfly and 2nd Movement, where Koichi checks on Tsuyoshi while he’s singing his part and maybe sounding a bit out of breath? (well they’re dancing so lol idk?)
I’m probably looking too much into it, but I was curious and hoping someone else had a similar thought?

.. I think all the veteran KK fans already got used to this.
It’s almost a routine thing~ Koichi tend to look at Tsuyoshi a lot… (even more since F concert for he is worried about Tsuyoshi’s health) during their own TV programs and mostly their concerts where they can be themselves the most.

so…yeah.. it’s totally a regular thing…

AND WHO CAN BLAME HIM?

FOR WANTING TO KEEP AN EYE ON HIS PARTNER…

A.K.A HIS WIFE… (according to themselves)

after all…

TSUYOSHI IS JUST

TOO

CUTE

AND

IRRESISTIBLE =u=

o(≧∇≦o)

this is what we called ‘can’t take my eyes off you’ moments <3

a very natural habit from hubby indeed XD~


daria-bellum:

i present you…… bigassbang

[x]


Anyone who takes the time to be kind is beautiful.

Richelle E. Goodrich  (via xxill)

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madebymalaysians:

Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, with monks before the interfaith prayers commenced at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Meanwhile, mosques around Malaysia are also holding prayers for the missing airplane. Earlier today, approximately 40 000 people had gathered at the Putrajaya Mosque to pray for the passengers and crew and their families.
This is the Malaysia I’m proud of. Malaysians of different religions are uniting in prayers and concern for the people on board. Please come home, MH370.
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madebymalaysians:

Former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, with monks before the interfaith prayers commenced at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). Meanwhile, mosques around Malaysia are also holding prayers for the missing airplane. Earlier today, approximately 40 000 people had gathered at the Putrajaya Mosque to pray for the passengers and crew and their families.

This is the Malaysia I’m proud of. Malaysians of different religions are uniting in prayers and concern for the people on board. Please come home, MH370.

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jachtagelclarineduro:

This guy wants to be mad but can’t

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