Why I don’t see this post anywhere? ;A; It’s the most beautiful song I’ve ever heard.

Story behind: Nike is married to the kid beside her, the King of the Sun. Her Grandma heavily didn’t approve of said marriage. Nike stood up to her Grandma, to the person who teached her how to make rain (when they sing, the rain is falling) and basically raised her up. When she was leaving her home, her island, for a long time probably, Grandma didn’t appear, she refused to say goodbye. BUT THEN SHE APPEARED AND NOT ONLY SING THE SONG OF GOODBYE BUT ALSO MADE THE WIND MOVE HER SHIP FASTER. And Nike felt just how much she doesn’t want to leave home, despite her love for her husband.

The song is the most beautiful thing I’ve ever heard.

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Anonymous
DRARRY PLS AND OHMYGOD THAT GUY AS DRACO IS PERFECT THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank you! :D I also think he’s perfect!

The following answers are just one of tons of ideas I have for them.

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nana-aniki
for the domesticity meme: ootsutani 1-3-4-8, asanoya 13-14-15-16, tetsujun 7-26-31-33 :D

Yay, thank you, Giuliana :D Ootsutani I already did here. But I’ll do next ones!

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Anonymous
Ootsutani all quest

OHGOD OHGOD YESSS!!! THANK YOU WHOEVER YOU ARE >.<

I got lots of anons, but I’ll make this one first, even if it’s the last one I got. Sorry, but I’m so excited :D

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leona-dracontis
MidoTaka for that meme please omg and all the questions??? :D (i am evil, though you can answer whichever you prefer as well)

Sure! With happiness I’ll answer all of those! :D

Under the cut, because it’s a LOT to write. Of course it’s just a variation of the answers, first one to pop into my head. I have way too much headcanon’s for those two xD

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BIG FAT DOMESTICITY QUESTIONS MEME

anikisean:

ruritto:

azalee-calypso:

Do we all agree that thinking about your ship being domestic is hnnnnnng? Ok. And I want to do an askbox meme. But I don’t like all the questions from the two usual domesticity memes. SO I compiled both, reorganized the questions, took away repeats, tweaked some of them, and added more questions that I thought of, and you should feel free to reblog or message me with more questions to add to the list, and then also ask me ships with a question’s number and we can all drown in domestic feelings.
Because domesticity, is why.

  1. how did they first kiss?
  2. who flirts more?
  3. how did the relationship start?
  4. how did they start living together? do they move? how do they choose the place?
  5. do they have roommates?
  6. do they get married (or equivalent)?
  7. do they have kids?
  8. do they have pets?
  9. do they act different in public and at home?
  10. big spoon/little spoon?
  11. sleeping habits?
  12. favorite non-sexual activity?
  13. favorite sexual activity?
  14. how often do they have sex?
  15. what habits of the other drives them crazy?
  16. how often do they fight?
  17. most trivial thing they fight over?
  18. who uses all the hot water?
  19. who does most of the cleaning?
  20. what do they watch on tv and do they fight for the remote?
  21. who calls up the super/landlord when the heat’s not working?
  22. who answers the phone?
  23. who steals the blankets?
  24. who remembers things?
  25. who does the groceries?
  26. who cooks normally?
  27. who leaves their stuff lying everywhere?
  28. what kind of stuff can be found around their place?
  29. what do their cupboards or shelves look like?
  30. what does their closet(s) look like?
  31. what do they do when they’re away from each other?
  32. do they have nicknames or pet names for each other?
  33. how do they refer to the other in public? how do other people refer to the other? (i.e. “my partner”, “ask your father”, ”dad and papa”, ”how’s your wife?”, etc)
  34. who is more likely to pay for dinner?
  35. how often do they go on dates?
  36. typical date night? out or at home?
  37. do they celebrate birthdays, valentine’s day, anniversaries?
  38. what would they get each other for gifts?
  39. how do they spend christmas and new year’s (or equivalent family gatherings)?
  40. who cusses more?
  41. what would they do if the other one was hurt?
  42. what are little gestures they do for each other?
  43. do they know how the other takes their coffee/tea?
  44. do they feel they see each other enough, or do they have activities that take too much of their time?
  45. do they friend/follow each other on facebook/tumblr/livejournal/skype/etc?

sabellefolie answer the things. all the things * u *

SEND ME A SHIP AND TELL ME TO ANSWER THEM ALL!

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stardustsul
ahhh that chapter 92 of kimi ni todoke!? pretty tense

fromageinterrupted:

notshunnaorelated:

torchika:

omg I just… I feel terrible about the whole situation. Kent is far too serious about their relationship, when Ayane feels affection for him and wants to love him, but nothing to that extent. And that hurts Kent, but also puts a lot of stress on Ayane, and what he did this chapter made it about 10x worse — and I don’t think their relationship will be able to recover. I really don’t. This is the end for them.

I do think I need to address what Kent did this chapter though — force himself onto Ayane. He pushed her onto the bed, and at first wouldn’t let her go even with her weak protest of “kent, wait” until she physically shoved him off of her. She then laughs it off and tries to change the subject. Kent took this as her answer to him about her feelings, about choosing him or study abroad, and told her he wishes she would just tell him, and after Ayane is silent he leaves. 

I don’t think Kent loves Ayane healthily at all. He wanted to be the one to save her, the one boyfriend that she would fall in love with, and eventually get married to. When Kent had to confront that Ayane wasn’t falling for him after all this time — that she had been thinking of going to a different university — his reality was shaken. He wanted to fix it and make sure that everything was back to the way things were supposed to be. And he did exactly the wrong thing: he pushed and pushed the issue, and tried to force himself onto Ayane. What she needed was time, independence, and support for no matter what she did. I’m guessing they wouldve broken up eventually, but Kent definetly sped up the ordeal.

I feel bad for Kent’s situation (loving someone who doesnt love him back) but his actions and expectations of Ayane cant be excused. They arent healthy in the least.

Its sad, and I really hope Kent will be able to learn from this, as well as Ayane.

I would be way much more than disappointed if their relationship is going to last. It would set a REALLY bad example for young girls.

Kent is that type of a selfish guy who genuinely thinks he’s doing all for the other person. He’s all about “I’ll do anything for you" but what he means is "I’ll do anything for you IF it’s okay with what I want".

Kent wants to feel special, wants to make Ayane’s world about himself. Sure, that’s what most relationship works like - but she doesn’t love him and he knows it. So he shouldn’t expect such loyalty and devotion from a person that doesn’t feel it.

He overheard girls talking about Ryu - Chizu doesn’t want to hold Ryu back, even if it means she’ll feel sad. She doesn’t want this. But after hearing them Kent still wants to stop Ayane. Wants to bound her to himself. He doesn’t see her as her own person - but once she starts to want something that doesn’t go along with him, he wants to pull her back.

The fact that striked me the most in this chapter was that before he was forcing himself emotionally and this time he forced himself physically - it looked like a beggining of a rape. AND after she break away from him he hurt her. Deliberately.

Now, he has the point that she didn’t think about him (he shouldn’t expect it - like I stated above, but he still had the right to say it) and he has the point of saying they could have long-distant relationship and she didn’t think about it. But it doesn’t mean anything because he used those words as a weapon to hurt her. He wasn’t proposing a solution - it was backlash from being pushed away while he was forcing himself on her. It was typical "if you love me, you will do this" but after fucker is pushed away he goes all “you don’t love me at all”.

His words didn’t mean to convey his hurt - they were meant to hurt Ayane. If he said them before that sick act they would be understandable.

Since the very beggining Kent is bending Ayane’s boundaries. He’s pushing himself in, pushing her feelings and making her uncomfortable at many times. And he thinks he’s doing this with good intentions. If he were with a girl who was more open to the prospect of love, or with a someone who was more appreceative (is that a right word? xD) about his actions - he would be cute. But with Ayane - who gets embarassed often and feels confused most of the time - he looks like a total creep.

Which he is. In this relationship he’s the creep and it’s toxic.

He knew she doesn’t love him when he said he’s going whenever she’s going, that they should live together, move in together and basically saying things that set big alarm bells in my head.

Now, Ayane isn’t without fault - seeing how Kent is “in love” with her (I’m not sure if he isn’t in love with the idea of being in love with Ayane) and not feeling anything she shouldn’t give him hope. But she did - on clear terms, saying she doesn’t feel much, that there is some affection and maybe she’ll learn to love him. But it still was cruel. Her unability to say “no” is cruel for him.

What is not cruel - and that’s how I saw what people say about their relationship - is that she’s deciding on her career without consulting with him. It’s her life. Her whole life may depend on that moment. Asking a guy who’s so laid-back it’s seriously frightening about the career and life seemed more than a little pointless.

And since it’s her life he shouldn’t expect her to make decision based on his wishes. That’s what would loving and understanding partner do.

And Kent is none of that.

The thing that really struck me with this chapter (intense, intense) was Kent repeatedly asking Ayane if she thought about him while making her decisions. I think she couldn’t answer him because, at that moment, she didn’t just realize she didn’t think about Kent, but that she thought about Pin ever step of the way. I think she may have figured out her feelings…

I ship Pin and Ayane, but this time it doesn’t have anything to do with my OTP or NOTP, because Kent’s actions previously were disliked by me, but not to the point when I really wanted to hurt him for doing something (tho being a creep about living together and “serious relationship” to a really uncomfortable Ayane was a close call).

This time it really has nothing to do with Pin or shipping. Ayane is way better off being alone than with a controlling, delusive and abusive Kent, who hides behind the “nice guy” mask.

And it’s about Ayane’s life outside the romance - she said it herself that she can’t put the blame on anyone for her choices. That also means she’s responsible for what she’s doing. She doesn’t want to listen to Kent, because she started to believe in herself.

And he’s trying to take that away from her.

Which doesn’t mean I didn’t like Pin’s reaction - he left her to consider her options, never pushed her in any direction, never took anything. He acted like a perfect teacher and adult, that I will give him. Although this isn’t something that I expected of Kent - he’s, after all, Ayane’s so-called boyfriend, so he could have voice his opinion, even in a way that Chizu is doing towards Ryuu (totally clumsy xD), while Pin is a teacher, so he had to act mature.

I have no idea how Pin would react if they positions were reversed, but no matter how it would look like, it still doesn’t change the fact that Kent acted like a total dick.

Ships are having nothing to do with this issue.

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stardustsul
ahhh that chapter 92 of kimi ni todoke!? pretty tense

torchika:

omg I just… I feel terrible about the whole situation. Kent is far too serious about their relationship, when Ayane feels affection for him and wants to love him, but nothing to that extent. And that hurts Kent, but also puts a lot of stress on Ayane, and what he did this chapter made it about 10x worse — and I don’t think their relationship will be able to recover. I really don’t. This is the end for them.

I do think I need to address what Kent did this chapter though — force himself onto Ayane. He pushed her onto the bed, and at first wouldn’t let her go even with her weak protest of “kent, wait” until she physically shoved him off of her. She then laughs it off and tries to change the subject. Kent took this as her answer to him about her feelings, about choosing him or study abroad, and told her he wishes she would just tell him, and after Ayane is silent he leaves. 

I don’t think Kent loves Ayane healthily at all. He wanted to be the one to save her, the one boyfriend that she would fall in love with, and eventually get married to. When Kent had to confront that Ayane wasn’t falling for him after all this time — that she had been thinking of going to a different university — his reality was shaken. He wanted to fix it and make sure that everything was back to the way things were supposed to be. And he did exactly the wrong thing: he pushed and pushed the issue, and tried to force himself onto Ayane. What she needed was time, independence, and support for no matter what she did. I’m guessing they wouldve broken up eventually, but Kent definetly sped up the ordeal.

I feel bad for Kent’s situation (loving someone who doesnt love him back) but his actions and expectations of Ayane cant be excused. They arent healthy in the least.

Its sad, and I really hope Kent will be able to learn from this, as well as Ayane.

I would be way much more than disappointed if their relationship is going to last. It would set a REALLY bad example for young girls.

Kent is that type of a selfish guy who genuinely thinks he’s doing all for the other person. He’s all about “I’ll do anything for you" but what he means is "I’ll do anything for you IF it’s okay with what I want".

Kent wants to feel special, wants to make Ayane’s world about himself. Sure, that’s what most relationship works like - but she doesn’t love him and he knows it. So he shouldn’t expect such loyalty and devotion from a person that doesn’t feel it.

He overheard girls talking about Ryu - Chizu doesn’t want to hold Ryu back, even if it means she’ll feel sad. She doesn’t want this. But after hearing them Kent still wants to stop Ayane. Wants to bound her to himself. He doesn’t see her as her own person - but once she starts to want something that doesn’t go along with him, he wants to pull her back.

The fact that striked me the most in this chapter was that before he was forcing himself emotionally and this time he forced himself physically - it looked like a beggining of a rape. AND after she break away from him he hurt her. Deliberately.

Now, he has the point that she didn’t think about him (he shouldn’t expect it - like I stated above, but he still had the right to say it) and he has the point of saying they could have long-distant relationship and she didn’t think about it. But it doesn’t mean anything because he used those words as a weapon to hurt her. He wasn’t proposing a solution - it was backlash from being pushed away while he was forcing himself on her. It was typical "if you love me, you will do this" but after fucker is pushed away he goes all “you don’t love me at all”.

His words didn’t mean to convey his hurt - they were meant to hurt Ayane. If he said them before that sick act they would be understandable.

Since the very beggining Kent is bending Ayane’s boundaries. He’s pushing himself in, pushing her feelings and making her uncomfortable at many times. And he thinks he’s doing this with good intentions. If he were with a girl who was more open to the prospect of love, or with a someone who was more appreceative (is that a right word? xD) about his actions - he would be cute. But with Ayane - who gets embarassed often and feels confused most of the time - he looks like a total creep.

Which he is. In this relationship he’s the creep and it’s toxic.

He knew she doesn’t love him when he said he’s going whenever she’s going, that they should live together, move in together and basically saying things that set big alarm bells in my head.

Now, Ayane isn’t without fault - seeing how Kent is “in love” with her (I’m not sure if he isn’t in love with the idea of being in love with Ayane) and not feeling anything she shouldn’t give him hope. But she did - on clear terms, saying she doesn’t feel much, that there is some affection and maybe she’ll learn to love him. But it still was cruel. Her unability to say “no” is cruel for him.

What is not cruel - and that’s how I saw what people say about their relationship - is that she’s deciding on her career without consulting with him. It’s her life. Her whole life may depend on that moment. Asking a guy who’s so laid-back it’s seriously frightening about the career and life seemed more than a little pointless.

And since it’s her life he shouldn’t expect her to make decision based on his wishes. That’s what would loving and understanding partner do.

And Kent is none of that.

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frenchpatrick:

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