the real struggle of my life is that my url has dashes in it so it cant be tagged properly, and every morning i have to go on tumblr user tsunflowers’s blog and go all the way back to her last post i’ve seen to make sure i haven’t missed a single meme post she reblogged and tagged as me. i must at least see those posts even if i dont always reblog them
i have received information that my brother is most likely in love with a girl im so relieved my family now has a token straight child and i can continue with my gayass loser ways without feeling guilty for it
Q:THE ATSUKAI theme: the future
Doing both canon and RP verse because I can
There’s no point in doing anything about it now, in saying anything about it now; if he wants something to happen, first he’s gotta make sure they live until tomorrow so they can enjoy it.
It nags at the edge of his newfound feeling of safety: it’s not easy, to convince yourself you have a future with someone, when up to now you didn’t think you had a future at all.
Kill la Kill is such an amazing and ridiculously feminist show
Some of you are really cool folks and stuff, but you sometimes reblogs from people who either harrased me or harrased one of my friends and it just, really stressing…
I’m making this post as a “please, like/reblog this post if it’s okay to adress this and let you know about this person”.
In the same way, if I ever reblog from someone who is known for doing terrible things, please let me know and I’ll keep it in private if that’s your wish.
Q:Take your pick: Rief, Eoleo, Eyes, Kousuke, Gold, Daughter, Genis!
We are absolutely in love!
wow! it’s perfect
Q:Rief, Atsuro, Naoya
Rief is curious. In a modern au, if he was in school, he wouldn’t be the one to always put his hand up to answer questions (though he would if no one does, to move things along), he’d be the one who drives the teacher crazy with questions outside the curriculum. He’s curious about things (it’s how he ends up with the team), and he’s curious about people, which leads us to…
Rief tries to understand people and doesn’t judge on first impressions. He has a strong respect for human life (no doubt related to his role as one of the heirs of the Mercury clan). He is forgiving, although…
… he is rancorous and holds grudges. It’s hard to get yourself on his shit list, but his reaction to Alex is a thing to behold.
Rief has a strong sense of duty. Once again, it’s linked to his heritage, but I believe it’s a core part of his personality too, one that’s stronger than, say, Nowell’s. He is much like his mother in this regard.
Related to this: Rief is a healer, and I believe that is the most important thing not to forget. This influences his respect for human life, his maturity, his reaction to loss. He’s had a lot more responsability than kids his age should have, even before the world-saving quest, and he’s probably lost patients before. Therefore, I believe that while he is good at handling widespread disaster, because he’s had experience, he’s also the one who gets hit hardest by not being able to save people (especially combined to his sense of responsability)
Rief is a romantic. Don’t let his professionalism fool you. He gets starry eyed at heroic deeds and romance and dashing strangers, though he’s also level headed enough not to get carried away.
Atsuro is loyal. Almost to a fault. Once he loves or trusts someone, he will follow them literally into hell. HOWEVER
Atsuro is proactive. He may readily follow someone’s lead, but he is never passive. Atsuro does things. He looks for solutions and sees them through. He takes action. This is important, because even if he second-guesses and criticises himself a lot (and this is also very important), he doesn’t hesitate when acting. Even when those actions go against his instincts or moral beliefs. It’s important to realise that while he loves learning, he’s mostly focused on putting what he’s learnt to use instead of just amassing knowledge.
It’s also worth noting that his loyalty doesn’t blind him to people’s faults or make him give up critical thinking. He’s not afraid to stand up to Naoya, who is his idol, and he’s ready to confront Keisuke to stop him. But he will still follow, and that might be the scariest part, really.
Atsuro is forgiving, and this time it’s probably actually to a fault. He may find acts unforgivable, but the people he will always give a second chance to. Or a third. Or more. Note that this doesn’t just include a generic “people who have done bad things”, it includes people whose actions have hurt him, personally. And this leads us to:
Atsuro doesn’t value himself much, outside of what he can give to others. He is proud of his skills, but that’s different from seeing his own worth as a person.
Atsuro is emotionally intelligent, though he’s not a mind reader and has a tendency to put his foot in his mouth by talking too fast. He pays attention to people and understands them, and always tries to walk in people’s shoes (see: forgiving).
Atsuro loves without counting, and does so for many people.
WOW I WENT TOTALLY OVERBOARD and also those two would get along.