BTS REACT: To you failing at aegyo on Weekly Idol and he falls in love

Anonymous said to kpopgroupsreact:
Bts reaction when their best friend idol group is with them on weekly idol and she forced to do aegyo but fail hard.And maybe they might fall in love with you

This one was a little difficult to make just because I honestly had no clue how to make them different. But I tried, I hope you still like it! <3

Scene: You were doing a special episode of Weekly Idol with your group and BTS, the group your best friend was in, as guests on the show. Being a favourite of the MCs you were forced to do aegyo, which you completely failed.

Rap Monster: He was the only one that laughed, and he couldn’t quite figure out why he found you so adorable despite your aegyo being on level 100 cringe. He would have found it hilarious enough to tease you about it all the time.

Originally posted by fyeahbangtaned

Jin: He wouldn’t be able to hold back a small chuckle. You had tried so hard and to him you still looked really cute, making him feel all fuzzy inside.

Suga: Even though he knew he shouldn’t react he couldn’t stop the smile from surfacing. You were so cute trying to act shameless about how awful your aegyo was.

This girl…

J-Hope: He would gradually smile despite being visually shocked. That was awful. But why did I find it cute?

Originally posted by myloveseokjin

Jimin: Would be giggling with his gummy smile whilst cringing.

Shoot, I laughed. Do they think I like her? Wait…do I like her?

V: He’d say you’re cute right out loud without a second thought. 

“Ayeee…that was still cute!” 

He’d realise what he said and get a little embarrassed but thinking on it later he’d know he meant what he said. You had always been adorable to him.

Originally posted by jeonthegreat

Jungkook: He’d be mortified for you. Oh poor Y/N…I wish I could help her out…

Originally posted by baebsaes

Barbie: Starlight Adventure

For some reason I wrote down notes while watching one of the latest Barbie movie with Space Elsa and I did not want to throw them away so her we go. :P CONTAINS SPOILERS!!


  • Visually stunning! Galaxy imagery is always pretty, but this movie is really colorful and absolutely beautiful. (* w *)
  • Barbie looks and acts like a 17 year old and that is good (in most of her movies she appears to be in her twenties, especially the older ones). 
  • Barbies´ snort laugh! <3
  • Sal-Lee´s hair! <3<3
  • Scene were a robot steals the prince´s popcorn.
  • Leo´s constant need for food in general is actually really funny. 
  • I may prefer fantasy, but it´s very refreshing to see Barbie in a sci-fi adventure for once.
  • All the teens are super smart and talented in their own way. They can handle technology and spaceships without any problem, which reflects well on our youngest generations that are growing up in the technological age. 
  • Barbie isn’t treated differently based on sexist shit, which has always been a good trait in her movies ((Well, at least most of the time… *cough* Barbie and the Three Musketeers *cough*)). 
  • I like that the king isn’t a bad guy like you first assume.


  • Unnecessary narrator is unnecessary.
  • Barbie is called Barbie in this. This messes up canon lore soon much!!
  • The characters say stuff without any reason. They jump from topic to topic in an unnatural way. And it´s not a character thing, just bad writing.
  • The reuse of the same 3D bases for the main characters is more distracting than ever (CLONES!!). And because of this I head-cannon that Leo is Barbie´s long lost brother. YOU CAN´T STOP ME!!
  • The songs feel really out of place. It´s not that the songs aren’t good, it´s the audio itself. It feels and sounds as if Barbie isnt really singing, that somebody muted her and put on iTunes.
  • Why doesnt the prince have any powers? :,(
  • The sisters´ telepathy skills are introduced, used like once or twice and then are never seen again. Just a waist of script pages.
  • Since there is no villain or antagonist of any kind there isnt anything really standing in Barbie´s way. There isnt even an element of “You must change in order to overcome your own weakness” or anything like that. 
  • The main plot line (save the stars) does not come with any sense of urgency. There is no countdown, and we dont even know what will happen IF the stars die (they litteraly only say the it would be “bad”). And even when the stars DID go out at the end, it did not seem to matter that much. People were just a little sad. 
  • That damn deus ex machine ending twist. It had me literally swearing. It was pretty thou.
  • Barbie is special and that snow-flakyness saves the day. Been there, done that. 
When did Percival Graves disappear?

I received my copy of the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them screenplay two days ago and only now have been able to start reading it.  We all know Rowling is a queen of hints that are so subtle, they’re blatant after the fact. We also have to take into consideration sometimes we’re just too eager as fans to find clues, we’re completely wrong and think there is some dramatic purpose for the curtains to be purple when I just like purple curtains.  I’m working between the two.

@chaotic-king has a post that is a precursor to this post, on when or how the real Percival Graves disappeared and how Grindlewald got to New York.  @seasons-gredence also has a post on what we know of the real Percival Graves.  There are many notable comments and replies that I suggest everyone check out.  Heck, even in my reading of them, there are still things I may have missed.  (In other words, please point me in the direction of anything I might have missed.)

There are three parts to this post: screenplay evidence, film evidence, and my speculation on Graves’ disappearance, personality, Grindlewald, and Credence. This is an unusual format, even for me.  My theories usually don’t look like this—then again, I usually don’t give theories on screenplays and films.  I found it easiest to provide all evidence first, then my commentary.  Fair warning: it took far longer to write this theory (three hours) than it did to concoct it (however long it took me to read between Scenes 5 and 22).  It’s also a very long post.


Screenplay Evidence

*Ext. Exterior.  Int. Interior.

Page 1
Scene 1
Ext. Somewhere in Europe—1926—Night

Grindlewald’s attack in Europe, leaving several Auror splayed across the ground.

Page 2
Scene 2
Ext. Ship gliding into New York—Next morning

Newt’s ship arriving the next morning (his speaking to Dougal).

Page 3
Scene 3
Ext. New York—Day

Described as an aerial of New York; kept to set up the following scene, indicating we’re still in the same day.

Scene 4
Ext. Ship/Int. Customs—Shortly Afterward—Day

Newt is being inspected by the NY customs agent at the dock.  “Shortly afterward” indicates we are still in the same day.

Page 6
Scene 5
Ext. Street Near City Hall Subway—Dusk

Graves investigating the explosion.

Page 9
Scene 6
Ext. New York Street—Day

Newt walking down the street, about to meet Mary Lou, Jacob, and Tina. The start of the adventure.

Page 41
Scene 22
Int. Major Investigation Department—Day

Tina brings Newt to MACUSA, where we meet Madam Seraphina Picquery and Percival Graves.  Same day as Scene 6.  Graves is described as being bruised from the encounter the night before.  Graves claims entity is a beast, not a human.


Film Evidence

Newt’s adventures are said to have taken over, approximately, two days. Taking in the facts presented in the script and film:

Day -1.  (Scene 1)  Grindlewald’s attack in Europe.

Day 0.  (Scenes 2-5)  Newt arrives in New York.  Held up at the port almost all day, if not all day.  May have slept at the docks or somewhere close by.  (Not a proper “day one” by most people’s standards.)  Graves inspects explosion.

Day 1.  (Scene 6-)  Newt explores New York, meets Mary Lou, Jacob, Tina, Queenie, Picquery, Graves (etc). Loses beasts.

Day 1 into Day 2.  Nighttime adventures with Jacob retrieving the missing beasts.  Shaw Jr. killed.  Taken into MACUSA via suitcase by Tina.

Day 2.  Taken into custody by MACUSA.  Blamed for death of Shaw Jr. and sentenced to death.  Escaped.  Gnarly-fingers, because—damn.  Saved Dougal and the Occamy.  Fought Graves.

Day 2 into Day 3.  Fighting Graves.  Defeated Grindlewald, posing as Graves.  Obliviating the bad memories of New Yorkers.  (-end)

Day 3-onward.  MACUSA investigation.

(From screenplay)

Week Later.  Jacob given Occamy egg shells.

Day Later.  Newt cleared to leave New York and return to England.

Three Months Last.  Jacob’s bakery.


My Speculation

Scene 1: there is a 5-hour difference between New York and London, a 6-hour difference between New York and Paris/Berlin, and an 8-hour difference between New York and Moscow (to be generous). Newspapers at the end of the film set the film in December.  I’m going with the assumption Grindlewald was somewhere were a winter “night” begins between 5:00-6:30 pm one day, and sticks around until 6:00-7:00 am the next day. Imaging this helps compensate for the information we lack.

Scene 2: New York is -5, -6, or -8 hours from wherever Grindlewald’s attack in Europe was, then +unknown hours to make it the next morning in New York when Newt arrives.  In theory, Grindlewald could have had 12 hours from his attack in Europe to get to New York by Newt’s arrival – if he arrived at this time.

Scene 5: “Dusk.”  Graves is investigating the explosion at dusk.  Dusk is at the end of the day.  I’ve watched the film three times: it’s fairly light outside, so it’s probably early dusk (civil twilight).  It is the end of the day Newt has arrived in New York. Grindlewald has had over 24 hours to get to New York.

Scene 6: “Day.”  There is where it hinges on semantics.  You do not go from “dusk” to “day” in that order: dusk proceeds night, night proceeds dawn, dawn proceeds day, day proceeds dusk. Either we’re to take this exact set up as an indicator the day has changed—this is a new day from Scene 5—or else the time of the explosion in New York that Graves was investigating (Scene 5) was an oversight and meant to take place in New York at the same time as Grindlewald’s attack in Europe (Scene 1).

Scene 22: Graves is described as bruised his encounter with the unknown entity.  Unless Graves pursued pursued the entity, I do not recall him being hit with debris during the explosion the night before, or being assaulted by the entity. It was not seen in the film or written in the screenplay, but moments do happen off screen.

So, how did Graves become injured? And, when did Grindlewald arrive in New York?  These two questions are tied together, in my opinion.  Scene 5 was the snap moment for me, and Scene 22 cemented it.

It’s already been noted that Grindlewald is an exceptionally talented wizard.  It would have taken Newt about a week to cross the Atlantic by ship.  Grindlewald, through the use of Apparation, Port Key, Flew network, flying, and any other host of connections that existed at this time and for this well-connected man, could have gotten to America sooner (if he wasn’t already here and the person in Europe was an imposter—I’m all for blowing holes in my own theories).  Assuming that the real Grindlewald was in Europe for the first scene of the film, then, as presented (with time zone differences), there was approximately 24 hours between Grindlewald’s attack in Europe (Scene 1) and Graves investigating the explosion (Scene 5).  Graves has no lines during his first appearance (Scene 5).  In spite my desire to blow holes in my own theories, saying to myself, “I cannot, in good conscience, claim this knowing alternatives exist;” still, it is my bad conscience belief that this Graves may be the real Percival Graves, the only time we ever see him.

Grindlewald had escaped to America, either to escape to America just for that sake or because of the interesting disturbances and alleged visions, and he did so before Scene 5.  Again, unless Graves pursued the source of the explosion, which we could see (and it was clear even No-Majs could see the unknown entity), in Scene 5 off screen, there is no accounting for Graves’ injuries.  Unless he was accosted by someone else.  Grindlewald.  Although his time was little, by Scene 5, Grindlewald was in New York.  Graves feels more the victim of planning than opportunity, but it very well could have been pure luck with no clean up: Graves has one of the highest positions in MACUSA, and one of the positions that would satisfy Grindlewald’s interest in the agency but also its investigations into anomalies and disturbances Grindlewald could harness for his own benefit.  (Picquery would be too ostentatious to assume. Grindlewald’s a narcissist, but he’s also cunning.  Going for Picquery would just be stupid, and obvious.)  I’ve seen the arguments that Rowling said Grindlewald shape shifted (without Polyjuice) into Grindlewald, but just as quickly I’ve seen people say this is untrue.  I’ve not personally found this statement right from her, either.  The questions are, how much damage did Graves sustain when Grindlewald attacked him and would these injuries carry over through transformations, anyway?  It’s clear that Grindlewald could heal minor injuries (healing Credence’s hand), so he could theoretically heal some injuries (so major injuries would not be present); as to whether Graves’ injuries would carry over to Grindlewald’s transformation, at the least Grindlewald had the perfect excuse for injuries if anyone asked.  He was present at the site of an explosion and followed the entity (he, Grindle-Graves, discovered nothing, of course).

The other question relating to all this is, whether Graves and Credence ever knew each other?  Because of Tina’s attack on the New Salem Philanthropic Society, it is possible. The memories of all the followers, including Credence’s, should have to have been wiped.  Did Graves take sympathy on Credence and allow him to keep his whole memory of the event?  That’s unknown.  What’s known is, according to Scene 114 (p. 250) of the screenplay, Credence (as the Obscurus) remembers Tina and her defending him that night.  Whether he recalls the magical element of it is unknown.  (And, if Credence was identified as vaguely magical, could there be an excuse for a loophole to the law to allow him to keep his memory?)  On the other hand, Graves still could have used Credence as an informant even if Credence’s memory of magic was wiped—but why?  That would be more an Auror’s job than his, to keep an informant.  No matter how you spin it, MACUSA had a strict policy against fraternization with No-Majs.

Unless Graves secretly was a supporter of Grindlewald, the questionable aspects of Graves’ actions out of the eyes of Picquery could be chalked up to Grindlewald seeping through the façade of Graves.  We know how Graves should have acted by how Grindlewald was able to pass as Graves in front of people, and supplementary material (such as the Casebook) suggested Graves was very by-the-books.  Hints at Graves’ dark side could easily refer to Grindlewald, as Farrell was playing Grindlewald who was portraying Graves throughout 99% of the story.  Graves was by-the-books in front of Picquery, but Grindlewald seeped out whenever she was out of the picture.

Back to the subject, if Graves had followed the unknown black cloud of destruction back to its home (side note: I believe it’s impossible to dislike or hate Credence, unless you’re Mary Lou Barebone), he would have risked causing more damage to the city if he were caught or engaged the entity.  Not to mention, if he was truly by-the-books, either he would apprehend Credence or report Credence (possibly requesting backup). If Grindlewald had followed Credence, maybe even encountering Graves and attacking him them (just his luck that the MACUSA agent he attacked wasn’t your standard mook), he could have taken on Graves’ appearance and identity then and there and made contact with Credence before nightfall.  Because Credence may retain some memory of Graves, just as he did Tina, gaining Credence’s trust could have been easy for Grindlewald.  In my review of the screenplay, Scene 42-43 (p. 86-89), Credence and Graves’ first interaction in-story happens the night of Newt’s first real day in New York (Scene 6).  This, too, gives approximately 24 hours between Scene 6 and Scene 42, time for Grindlewald (as Graves) to communicate with Credence.

Either way, very long.  Sorry.

Molly Hooper meta

Disclaimer: I’m not trying to disregard Molly Hooper’s character in this series. If you are a fan of Molly/Sher!0!!y, however, this meta isn’t for you as the conclusions I reach by the end of this meta may be interpreted as diminishing. I’m a TJLCer, but I tried to be as objective as possible. All operations within the meta are accurate but I chose not to include MHR and other short scenes where Molly doesn’t interact or is just in the background and her presence is not crucial (the “Sher!o!!y Kiss” and other short scenes where she’s the main focus were included). I haven’t seen any meta like this around but, if there is, I’m sorry.

I’ll be analyzing Molly’s importance in BBC Sherlock based on every interaction she has throughout the series. For that reason, I’ve watched every single scene where Molly appears and what purpose her interactions have. I have measured each one and given a description so by the end of each season I’ll make a final remark on her relevance. Enjoy!



This is the season where we’re first introduced to Molly Hooper and, alternatively, the season which features her the less. Her relevance, though, is unaffected. I’ll explain why.

           ASIP:  {8:31-9:19}   Introduction to Molly Hooper. She asks Sherlock out but he “rejects” her. This will reflect the enormously different way Sherlock behaves towards Molly and towards John. 0:48 minutes.

          TBB: {52:47- 54:23}. Sherlock flirts with Mollynin order to examine Lukis and Van Coon’s bodies. 1:33 minutes (thanks @beejohnlocked )

           TGG:  {18:02-19:45}    Molly introduces her boyfriend Jim to Sherlock and John, who will be revealed as Moriarty later. In the lab, Sherlock outs Jim as gay and Molly leaves angry. This is one of the few scenes where she talks during the total time she’s on screen. 1:43 minutes

Overall scenes: 3

Scenes where Molly talks for most of the scene: 2

Scenes longer than 5 minutes: 0

Real scenes (not MP or things someone else thinks happened): 3

Scenes where Molly talks to Sherlock for most of the time she’s there: 2

●      Of those, real ones: 2

Total amount of time she’s on the season: 5:04 minutes

Percentage of appearance in this season: 1.86%

This was obviously the easiest season to analyze and I want to make clear why I believe she’s important in both scenes. First, her introduction scene reinforces the idea of Sherlock being gay and socially awkward right at the beginning of the show. Her second one introduces Moriarty, a major arc for s2 and s3. Unfortunately, I don’t have enough footage to properly describe Molly Hooper’s character in this season. Reading her blog we can deduce she’s a shy, sensible, hopeless romantic person with a big crush on Sherlock.


In this season, Molly Hooper’s character will reach a turning point in her growth and will be properly established as a John mirror.

          ASIB:  {41:39- 44:22}  Christmas party on Baker St. This is one of the longest scenes where Molly’s in. It’s made clear the nature of Molly’s feelings for Sherlock and he apologizes for being rude making deductions about her. 2:43 minutes.

                      {45:30- 46:10}  Very short interaction with Sherlock and Mycroft on the morgue to see Irene Adler’s body. She’s puzzled when Sherlock is able to identify her by looking at her naked body, as everyone else except John. 1:20 minutes.

                      {1:02:23- 1:03:09}  Molly briefly inquires about the owner of the mobile phone Sherlock is scanning. She assumes it’s Sherlock’s girlfriend’s phone, which Sherlock is quick to remark in its absurdity. 1:26 minutes.


          TRF:  {35:58- 39:04}  This is the famous “you look sad when you think he can’t see you” conversation Molly and Sherlock have. One of the major scenes Molly has throughout the entirety of these series. Oddly enough, she talks about John and Sherlock’s relationship and her words have a deeper meaning than we’re to believe. I think this is a turning point for Sherlock and Molly’s relationship because he trusts her more now (we have more proof of this fact later on). 3:46 minutes

                    {1:02:11- 1:03:09}  Here Sherlock asks for Molly’s help to fake his death. Her blind trust in Sherlock can be compared to John’s when they are about to arrest Sherlock at 221b. This task solidifies their relationship. Honestly, if the previous scene never happened, this conversation wouldn’t have either. 0:58 minutes.

In this season, she experiments an evolution around TRF mainly, which brings her more strength as a character and makes her more likable. By this point I believe the writers realised they could (and did) use Molly Hooper specifically as a plot device. Her character was literally meant to be rejected by Sherlock at the beginning of ASIP and that’s it (no offense) [1], and right now her biggest scenes suggest Moftiss is trying to tell us something. It’s worth considering. Aside from that, she’s still more of a background character.

Overall scenes: 5

Scenes where Molly talks for most of the scene: 3

Scenes longer than 5 minutes: 0

Real scenes: 5

Scenes where Molly talks to Sherlock for most of the time she’s there: 3

●      Of those, real ones: 3

Total amount of time she’s on this season: 9:33 minutes  

Percentage: 3.45%    


This season, by far, is the one where Molly Hooper’s character is more featured; in fact, 73% of the scenes she has on the show are within this season alone (mainly in TEH).

          TEH:  {1:29- 2:04} The infamous Sher!0!!y kiss. It’s product of Anderson’s imagination but I can’t be biased so here it is. 0:35 minutes.

                    {27:06- 27:24}  Molly doesn’t talk: Sherlock goes to Bart’s in order to let her know he has come back to London. 0:18 minutes.

                    {37:54- 38:06}  Sherlock asks Molly to accompany him on his cases while she misinterprets the situation and thinks he’s going to ask her out, establishing the cases=dates parallel. 0:12 minutes.

                    {38:14- 38:40}  Sherlock solves cases at 221b while Molly takes notes. She doesn’t talk much, and is usually quiet when clients explain their cases, contrary to John. 0:26 minutes.

                    {38:51- 39:16}  Same as before. 0:25 minutes.

                    {40:34- 41:46}  Lestrade, Sherlock and Molly go together to solve a case. Molly helps Sherlock by examining the body and taking notes. 1:12 minutes.

                    {42:02- 46:10}  Sherlock deduces everything about the skeleton while having auditory hallucinations and leaves. Molly is not of much importance here, although this is the longest scene in the whole series where Molly’s in. 4:08 minutes.

                    {47:17- 49:15}  A very relevant scene for Molly; Sherlock explains to her why he has brought her, congratulates her on her engagement and leaves but Molly is not over him, much like John. 2:38 minutes.

                    {49:28- 49:34}  Small appearance of Molly watching Sherlock leave, same as John at the end of TEH. 0:06 minutes.

                    {1:22:08- 1:22:51}  Molly goes to 221b and introduces Tom to Lestrade, Sherlock, John, Mary and Mrs. Hudson. Everyone quickly notices Tom looks exactly like Sherlock. 0:43 minutes.

         TSOT: {17:58- 18:37}  She talks to Lestrade and Mrs. Hudson about Sherlock’s speech in the wedding, worried about how he will handle it. 0:39 minutes.

                    {42:00-42:27}  She doesn’t talk but stabs Tom’s hand with a fork. 0:27 minutes

                    {43:33- 44:33}  Sherlock asks Molly to help him with the stag night. 1:00 minute.

          HVL:  {11:58- 14:17}  Molly slaps Sherlock thrice when she discovers Sherlock has used drugs again, her anger mirroring John’s but her actions suggesting otherwise. 2:19 minutes.

                    {34:43- 35:40}  MP!Molly helps Sherlock after Mary shoots him. 0:57 minutes.

                  {36:20- 36:38}  “ “ “ “. 0:18 minutes.

                  {36:58- 37:03}  “ “ “ “. 0:05 minutes.

                   {45:54- 46:05}  “ “ “ “. 0:11 minutes.

                  {45:54- 46:01}  Molly talks about some arrangement she has with Sherlock. 0:07 minutes.

Overall scenes: 19

Scenes longer than 5 minutes: 0

Real scenes: 14

Scenes where Molly talks to Sherlock for most of the time she’s there: 8

●      Of those, real ones: 4

Amount of time she appears on this season: 14:06 minutes

Percentage: 5.20%

Amount of real time she appears on this season: 13:20 minutes

Percentage: 4.88%

Molly’s presence on this season cannot be overlooked. As John is not with Sherlock all the time, Molly is our window into Sherlock’s world for a while. However, this doesn’t last for long. She has earned Sherlock’s respect and that’s something.


As season 4 hasn’t aired, I can’t make a proper approach of Molly throughout the season, so I will only talk of this episode in terms of time on-screen.

              {17:55- 19:14}  Hooper, disguised as a man, explains the details of Emilia Ricolletti’s case in a professional fashion. She and Holmes don’t get on, apparently (as the last real interaction with Molly is the one where she slaps him, it’s not a big leap to assume Sherlock imagines her angry with him, as in the fake scene on the plane, this time with John). 1:19 minutes.

              {19:48- 21:36}  Molly finishes explaining the case to Holmes. When he leaves later, Molly sasses Watson and he subtly outs her as what she really is: a woman. 1:48 minutes.

              {1:12:36- 1:13:14}  She starts explaining the Emilia Ricolletti’s case to Holmes in the crypt, already been revealed as a part of the conspiracy. 0:38 minutes.

Overall scenes: 3

Scenes where Molly talks for most of the time: 3

●      Of those, real ones: 0

Total amount of time she’s on the episode: 3.05 minutes

Percentage: 3.39%

She doesn’t have much on-screen time (same as s1) but it’s pretty obvious Sherlock deeply respects her abilities as a pathologist, so much that she even makes it to his drug-induced dream (or MP, whatever you think TAB was). He also thinks he has treated her badly in the past and regrets it.

And, with this episode, the final data.


Amount of total time she’s on the show: 28:49 minutes

Percentage: 3.16%

Overall scenes: 30

●      Real scenes: 22

●      Where Molly talks at least half the time she’s there: 10

○       Of those, scenes where she didn’t mirror John in some way| talked about John: 3

■       Jim introduction (TGG)

■       Christmas party 221b (ASIB)

■       Flashback of Molly talking about Sherlock’s speech (TSOT)

In conclusion, Molly Hooper’s character is clearly a plot device in every sense and, judging by the on-screen time she has had over 6 years, should be considered as a secondary character unless season 4 makes a drastical change over her (in fact, I believe there will be a rug pull over her) . Studying her in depth has been very fun to do and I realised how interesting she is from this perspective. I’d say this is the most flattering way to depict her. Not seeing this part of her character is a great mistake. I will be looking forward to watch her interactions in the future. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoyed this meta, it’s my first one. I couldn’t have done this without my amazing beta @sherlobsessed, who has been incredibly supportive of me and the creation of this meta.

@sussexbound @byebyefrost @antisocial-otaku @tjlcisthenewsexy @inevitably-johnlocked @marcespot @apismel1fera @mirantniss @yorkiepug maybe this interest you? I’d love some feedback!  


              神様はじめました    巴衛 &  悪羅王


Kamisama Hajimemashita Kako-hen 3

scene: Tomoe and Akura-ou scheming to take over the Palace of the Dragon King and stealing his eyes.

“We’ll share those eyes, brother. I’ll take the right eye and you take the left.”