STOP THIS IS LITERALLY MY FAVORITE SCENE IN THE ENTIRE SERIES I WILL NEVER GROW OLD OF THIS BECAUSE IT’S LITERALLY ONE OF THE FIRST ABSOLUTELY SHITTY BRATTY THINGS IN THIS DUMB GAME OF “WHO CAN BE A BIGGER PIECE OF SHIT” BETWEEN CIEL AND SEBASTIAN FOR THE ENTIRETY OF THE MANGA
hahaha. Sebastian’s “training” was awesome. I keep re-reading this chapter. xD
That moment when you take your best friend’s twin siblings out and you’re both mistaken as gay parents. Perfection.
The Real Life Of Barbie And Ken
Son, I work in psychiatry and this is still the most damn disturbing thing that I’ve ever seen.
When we were little, Makoto had two pet goldfish. They were given to him by an old fisherman whom he befriended.
One summer, Makoto lost this friend due to a big storm that sank the fisherman’s boat. Some time after, Makoto found his goldfish lifeless in their bowl despite his best efforts.
This probably hit him harder than it would others because of his role as an eldest brother, and as someone who is used to taking care of other people — myself included.
We’re in high school now, but he still makes time to put out flowers for the grave he made for his goldfish.
Makoto smiles for everyone and is always ready to lend a hand, but-
Even though he wouldn’t ask for it, I’m certain he needs someone to support him too sometimes. I try to hold his hand to stop his trembling. It takes me back to that day at the harbor when we saw the funeral march. But even when I try to be the one offering strength, why does it feel like it’s my hand that’s enclosed in his? Am I helping at all?
I’m sorry, Makoto.
I’m not good with words, but I hope I can make you understand that you don’t have to handle everything alone.
More photos (that are less sad, I promise) on my dA:
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"A woman can preach. A woman can work. A woman can fight. A woman can build, can rule, can conquer, can destroy just as much as a man can."