all these moments

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: so the boys come up to my apartment and i'm wearing a robe. i'm ONLY wearing a robe. and i say "why don't you come into my boudoir and watch me do a monologue?" and they say "where's the bed" and i say "this is the bed right here" and they say "can we sit on the bed?" and i say "sure but these are expensive japanese linen" and they say "but they're not even soft." and i say, "sometimes, things that are expensive...are worse."

me: why is jeremy shada always hinting at klance being canon, why did “good job samurai” and “heh like that” end in the oral embodiment of the winky emoji, why did the bonding moment happen, why was the soundtrack for the bonding moment titled “To Go Home” while the softest part of the song played as keith and lance stared into each other’s eyes, why is lance’s birthday on national elevator day AND why did the elevator scene even happen, why did the season 2 poster have lance winking at keith, why did keith feel a connection with blue when the other paladins have never felt connections with other lions except their own, why was keith so worried for lance when lance was in the healing pod after saving coran from the bomb in season 1, why did lance recognise keith only by his mullet, why is lance even growing a mullet in that season 3 sneak peak photo, why is lance piloting the red lion, why is—

dreamworks

you know what, shout out to autistic people who can’t manage their emotions for shit

autistics who have meltdowns once or multiple times daily from emotional overload

“overly sensitive” autistics

autistics who try to control their response to things that upset them but can’t

autistics who are greatly upset by seemingly small things

autistics who get told that it’s “not a big deal” and that they’re “overreacting”

autistics who are mocked for being upset


you’re freaking wonderful and i hope that you have a good day with minimal upsetting events. you deserve to feel okay and your emotions are always valid and real, don’t let anybody try to tell you otherwise.

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Other manga readers are aware that one of the changes made in the anime adaptation was how they set up each match one at a time, instead of all of them happening simultaneously, so in the manga, there was a sense of pressure exerted onto the students when they learned that their other classmates completed the test ahead of them. In the manga, the first one to finish was team Todo-Momo, followed by Team Baku-Deku, so Deku still ended up making commentaries with Recovery Girl much like in the anime, so there weren’t any major changes, maybe aside from Uraraka (& Tsuyu?) who stood beside him and watched from the screens.

However, when I was re-reading the manga…I realized there was one missed opportunity:

Todoroki and Yaoyorozu marveling at a sleeping Bakugou in the school clinic (and then one-by-one other classmates start flooding the room and quietly  watching him too lmao)