gross hippie with too many text posts
- A woman of war by Mehreen Kasana (inksplatis.wordpress.com)
omg are people actually angry that steve jaros chose to not be an asshole and accept anita sarkeesian’s criticism
like holy shit you’re mad that there is a possibility for hella positive change
what do you call your upperclassman who likes math
FUCK THIS JOKE
#rei and nagisa
Boss/Johnny according to Shar
- Shar: Boss refrosting Johnny's tips while he sleeps
- Shar: as a prank
- Tupu: oh my god
One of the things I really, really loved about ES!12 was the difference between the heart-to-heart moment between Rin and Haru in contrast to that same moment in s1ep12.
It’s really striking how they both made the effort to get their feelings across and, in that effort, unconsciously accommodated to the other’s wavelength.
Haru, the quiet one, the one that keeps his emotions under the surface and has trouble expressing his feelings, screaming his heart out at Rin, holding him by the arms, begging him to listen, literally yelling his heart out at him just so he could let him know just how much Rin meant to him and all Rin had done for him.
And then Rin, the explosive one, the one whose feelings are always raw and out in the open, who immediately craves physical and eye contact, calmly giving Haru his space, speaking softly, looking away, baring his thoughts and feelings and admiration for Haru slowly and carefully, almost warily.
ES!12 was so much softer and tender and I think it suits Haru’s revelation really well, in the same way that s1ep12’s confrontation was intense, and absolutely fitting for Rin’s character.