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Let’s Do Real Talk!

So we all know that next chapter is called “The Greatest Power” and a lot of people are theorizing what it could be.

To be honest, if we are going to be cliche about this then the Greatest Power are the following:

BECAUSE THIS IS FAIRY TAIL PEOPLE!

NAKAMA POWER ALL THE WAY!!!

Seriously, the whole plot revolves around friendship and family so what else is there to say? XD


OR


BECAUSE IT’S THE EPITOME OF ALL CLICHE THINGS REGARDING THE GREATEST POWER!

It’s also theorized as the One Magic by Lucy.

Do I smell a NaLu scene in the next chapter? XD


BUT


It’s also possible that Hiro Mashima will pull out a random power that we all don’t know about just to troll us! XD

Originally posted by im-not-so-sin

I’M WATCHING YOU TROLLSHIMA! 


Although whatever it may be, Hiro Mashima will need a chapter that can rival the upcoming Fairy Tail Dragon Cry Movie next week since the chapter and the movie will come out on the same day.  ( 0_0 )


SO LET’S JUST WAIT AND SEE!

How to become Synyster Gates:

1. Play guitar with your bum bum
2. Take the shot
3. Fuck fuck fuck fuck
4. Get some Walter
5. Remember: pink is the new black
6. Pretend you’re in the joke band Sigmund Freud does his own mother
7. Make sure you can’t fucking stay in your own head that long
8. Stick your tongue out to make fangirls go nuts
9. Be sure that God is crying when you play your epic solos
10. Be in the best band ever: Avenged Sevenfold

Alice B. Toklas (April 30, 1877 – March 7, 1967)

American-born member of the Parisian avant-garde of the early 20th century, and the life partner of American writer Gertrude Stein. 

Acting as Stein’s confidante, lover, cook, secretary, muse, editor, critic, and general organizer, Toklas remained a background figure, chiefly living in the shadow of Stein, until the publication by Stein of Toklas’ “memoirs” in 1933 under the teasing title The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. It became Stein’s best-selling book. (Wikipedia)

From our stacks: Cover detail from The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas. Illustrated. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1933.

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