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PANDA SWIMSUIT!!! Do they have this in Ame's size????

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The Japanese have long established themselves as the experts of cute. When it comes to food, they can make it so awwdorable, that you will cry bitter tears blaming yourself for having eaten that sugary kitten. A&D is on a mission to compile the ultimate list of both cute and mouth-watering Japanese sweets. Post your pics or upvote the cutest ones, let's make the world a sweeter place! (H/T: Bored Panda)

Japanese Make The Coolest Sweets Ever (50+ Pics)

The Japanese have long established themselves as the experts of cute. When it comes to food, they can make it so awwdorable, that you will cry bitter tears blaming yourself for having eaten that sugary kitten. A&D is on a mission to compile the ultimate list of both cute and mouth-watering Japanese sweets. Post your pics or upvote the cutest ones, let's make the world a sweeter place! (H/T: Bored Panda)

(closed) Auction Adopt - Outfit 267 by CherrysDesigns.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! Cause guess what? you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!

(closed) Auction Adopt - Outfit 267 by CherrysDesigns.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! Cause guess what? you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!

A Chinese Nationalist soldier guards a row of Curtiss P-40 'Warhawks' flown by the 'Flying Tigers' of the American Volunteer Group (AVG) July, 1942. (Nb: The airrcaft No. "106" is a P-40E, piloted by Maj. John Emil Petach, who was killed on the 10th of July 1942, a few days after this photo was taken. He flew as a Flight leader with the 2nd "Panda Bear" Squadron (later 75th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group) and had accumulated 5.25 kills. The Curtiss P-40 made its debut in China with…

A Chinese Nationalist soldier guards a row of Curtiss P-40 'Warhawks' flown by the 'Flying Tigers' of the American Volunteer Group (AVG) July, 1942. (Nb: The airrcaft No. "106" is a P-40E, piloted by Maj. John Emil Petach, who was killed on the 10th of July 1942, a few days after this photo was taken. He flew as a Flight leader with the 2nd "Panda Bear" Squadron (later 75th Fighter Squadron, 23rd Fighter Group) and had accumulated 5.25 kills. The Curtiss P-40 made its debut in China with…

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