The-Gas

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That Moment When They Don’t Make an Anime That’s Accurate to The Manga OR When They Don’t Make Another Season, Because We ALL Damn Well Know The Manga Is Always ahead Compared to The Anime! So They Can Make More! 😡

REWATCHING THE PALEY PANEL AND OMG I JUST NOTICED THAT WHEN I TOLD CANDICE I WAS COSPLAYED AS IRIS SHE SAID “I SEE THAT. YOU’RE GONNA GIVE ME A RUN FOR MY MONEY.” BISHHHH. CANDICE KRISTINA PATTON THINKS I WOULD GIVE HER A RUN FOR HER MONEY – SHE WAS JOKING BUT I’ll TAKE IT. AND WHILE CANDICE SAID THAT, GRANT WAS LIKE “I NOTICED THAT TOO. I WAS LIKE ‘YOU LOOK LIKE IRIS.’” BISH (this HIGHKEY means he remembered Iris’ outfit bless).

It’s the end of my shift, rain pouring and drowning the stones outside. A woman comes up to the counter just as I’m about to leave for the night.

Four water bottles and her purse on the counter. Nothing unusual. She leans forward, her expensive yet lovely perfume wafting over to me. “Want to see something cool?” She whispers.

Expecting drugs, I nod.

She opens her purse. Out pops an eight week month old KING CHARLES SPANIEL PUPPY WITH THE WORLDS SOFTEST FUR

SOUTH KOREA. Seoul. June 14, 1987. Anti-government protesters staging a sit-down strike scatter in panic as tear gas grenades, hurled by police, explode. Police repeatedly broke up demonstrations in the city centre for a fourth day.

From June 10 to June 29, 1987, South Korea entered a phase of intense mass protests, often known as the June Struggle, amid a nationwide democracy movement. The Chun dictatorship was thus forced to hold landmark democratic elections, as well as institute other democratic reforms, leading to the establishment of the Sixth Republic, the present day democratic government of South Korea.

Photograph: Itsuo Inouye/AP