bos san

Ok, so I’ve been thinking about a flight attendant!Akaashi and National Team Player!Bokuto au where they meet on a flight back to Tokyo. Bokuto falls in love at first sight, while volleyball fan Akaashi is like holy shit stay calm and professional oh god this is #4 BOKUTO KOUTAROU.

But they get talking a little when Bo gets super restless and can’t sleep and wanders around the plane, and Akaashi slips up and remarks “you’re very energetic, Bokuto-san” and Bo is like “…did i tell you my name?” and Akaashi is like fuck so much for being professional and admits he watches all their games when Bokuto gets super excited and asks if he’s into volleyball..

And shortly before the plane is landing Akaashi subtly approaches Bokuto like “I know this is super indiscreet of me and I apologise but couldIhaveyourautograph” and Bo makes a face. Akaashi feels guilty, people probably approach Bokuto all the time and why does he even want an autograph, he’s not 15 anymore, but then Bo says “…aw man, I was hoping you came to give me your number.” and Akaashi is like ghhghh what “…you want my number…?” and he knows he’s not supposed to but also this is Bokuto Koutarou who has really nice build and is strangely charming so Akaashi slips him his number as he’s exiting the plane.

Akaashi wonders what the hell just happened, does Bokuto think he’s some kind of groupie or is this how he usually meets people.

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My Top 10 Strangest Anime

1. Unko-san
I think this should be an obvious choice for top spot. It’s a freaking piece of crap. A literal piece of crap, living on his crap-shaped island with his crap friends. Not really any place to go from there.

2. Welcome to Irabu’s Office
I know that most people would probably consider this a psychological anime and excuse its quirkiness under that title, but I just can’t do that. I couldn’t even give this the 3-episode test. I barely lasted through one. I could feel my brain rebelling against the fragmented plot and characters and overly-bright colors.

3. Bobobo-bo Bo-bobo
The title alone almost earns it this spot on the list. But then there’s the premise. The characters command magic power through their hair. Not even kidding. There are people who steal hair for its magic power and absurdly long wiggly mustaches and all sorts of weirdness.

4. Samurai Pizza Cats
The title pretty much tells you what you need to know about this show, and why it’s on this list. They’re samurai cats who use a pizza place as a cover for their operations base.

5. Akikan!
So in Japan, there are vending machines for pretty much everything, and that’s kind of the focus of this series; juice machines. Specifically, the materials the cans are made of. The cans transform into magical girls when their owners drink from them. Their powers can only be replenished by refills or by eating the fruits that their juices come from. They use these powers to duke it out and prove which can material is the best. My favorite part was when before fights, the cans would trash talk about the other can’s materials.

6. Cat Soup
I can’t even describe how badly I was mind-fucked by this anime. Luckily, it was just a short movie. Again, falls into the category of psychological, but mostly to cover up its weirdness. The cat girl has her soul partially taken, and her brother embarks on a journey to recover it. Along the way, he eats parts of a pig alive, drinks an elephant made of water, and generally does fucked-up things.

7. Apocalypse Zero
This thankfully only had 2 episodes. It focuses on a father who trains his son and daughter to protect the rest of the human race in some post-apocalyptic future. The girl decides to use these abilities to kill off all humans instead, pitting her against her brother in a struggle for the earth’s future. Doesn’t sound too bad, right? WRONG. Everything is WAAAAAY over acted, and that’s probably the best thing I can say about it. The demons are what really puts this anime on the list. There’s one very large, fat female demon who is pretty much naked, gnarly pubic mane and all, who preys on young men and sucks their skins off. It was just so wrong.

8. Kyousougiga
This is one of those shows that makes more sense once you see the end, but it was still weird. The story starts with a monk whose drawings come to life, and one of those drawings, a rabbit named Koto, falls in love with him and uses a buddha’s body to approach him. They adopt a boy, and the monk draws two other siblings to complete the family, who then moves into a city that the monk drew. Again, colors way too bright, and a rushed, fragmented plot.

9. Kill la Kill
I know a lot of people like this, but just think about the plot for a minute: Clothes. Try. To take. Over. The. World. Fucking clothes! And then the plot just gets weirder from there, from motherly rape to ridiculous amounts of fan service. So weird.

10. Sleeping with Hinako
I think it’s a testament to the other animes on this list that an anime with 40 minutes of a sleeping girl is ranked last. But seriously, she talks for a bit, then sleeps. Obviously this is unashamedly for people who want fanservice. But it’s still ridiculously weird.

Ki-bo’s #2 FTE (Kaede)

Kaede Akamatsu: (Today I’m also chatting with Ki-bo-kun, but…)

Ki-bo: …Akamatsu-san? What is the matter?

Kaede Akamatsu: N-no! It’s nothing.

Kaede Akamatsu: (Actually, I can’t concentrate on the conversation because I’ve been curious about something for quite a while.)

Kaede Akamatsu: (There’s a switch on Ki-bo-kun’s nape, but… What’s that?)

Kaede Akamatsu: (I’m curious about it… That switch… I’m dying to press it…!)

[*clattering*!]

Ki-bo: Hmm? What was that noise just now?

Kaede Akamatsu: (Ki-bo-kun turned around to the noise, which it’s timing seemed to be planned.)

Kaede Akamatsu: (In other words, it means Ki-bo-kun’s vulnerable nape is exposed in front of me…)

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Ki-bo’s #1 FTE (Kaede)

Translation:

Ki-bo: Everyone has too much prejudice against me!

Ki-bo: Indeed, I am a robot, but I’m a high school student the same as you, correct!?

Kaede Akamatsu: (What should I do? Should I invite Ki-bo-kun to hang out?)

Yes

No

Ki-bo: I didn’t think that robot discrimination in the world was that serious…

Kaede Akamatsu: (I spent my time encouraging Ki-bo-kun, who was depressed…)

Kaede Akamatsu: (I think Ki-bo-kun and I grew a little closer…)

Would you like to give Ki-bo a present?

Give him a present

Don’t give him a present

Ki-bo: Akamatsu-san… Thank you very much. I will gratefully accept your kindness.

Ki-bo: But if you think that you should give me something like this because I’m a robot, I will appeal to the right place.

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I got an ask days ago about swapping Crowbar Gaster!Sans and Kitty-Cat’s age, so I ended up making this? XD

@junkpilestuff and I spoke a bit about this, and our headcanon is that Frisk’s age would be 17 and baby Gaster!Sans would be 1? (Or it’s just an excuse to draw CHUBBY CHEEKS.)

[Edit] I forgot that we decided to call him “Lil’ Donut” (because of the holes in his hands. XD)

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skabies and bobies.  I have no idea what the skaby’s gonna look like so idk just random kids.  but god, if there was every a boby, PLEASE for the love of our lord give them a lil cub boyyyy hhhhhhh

listened to this whilst drawin (ha ha ok sure tumblr don’t do the hyperlink, but it’s little hands by inland sky)

@totalskeletontrash @onadacora

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WARM and cold
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I wanted to improve on my style and be a bit more detailed. I tend to rush things, especially my drawings, so this serves as a good practice ^w^

Also I’ve noticed how Pap and Sans’s colors reflect their personality. Like how Pap has warm colors that symbolizes his bright and friendly persona while the cool colors mirrors Sans’ secretive, mysterious and cold demeanor.

I guess you could say he’s giving us the COLD SHOULDER >u• AYYYEEEEE

(I swear I’m funny)

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“don’t forget” comics will be delayed because of things in life I need to sort out. Also special thanks to broken Wi-Fi and unstable right brain for helping me out.