Sometimes you meet someone, and it’s so clear that the two of you, on some level belong together. You meet these people throughout your life, out of nowhere, under the strangest circumstances, and they help you feel alive. I don’t know if that makes me believe in coincidence, or fate, or sheer blind luck, but it definitely makes me believe in something.
Gladio: Iggy, stop, I need to tell you something. Ignis: Gladio, seriously: I said yes to you 5 years ago already. Your pick-up lines are not necessary anymo- Gladio: No, Ignis. This is different. Ignis: ? Gladio: * gets down on a knee* Ignis: * gaSPS* ヽ(ﾟДﾟ)ﾉ Gladio: *ties his shoelace* There. You could have stumbled and…what? Why’re you looking at me like that?
Ohman, your face’s so red, are you okay? Did I say anything wrong? Iggy! Wait up! What did I do!?
I read in the comics jughead is one of the few people who dont play into veronica’s hands (also that he sides with betty when it comes to the two of them). I know in this series veronica is said to be nicer.
But i think its nice if jughead ends up with betty its one of the few guys who isnt mystified by veronica.
In the pilot betty is sick of having to be perfect and archie says she’s too perfect for him. Jughead seems to be the one person (yes even with only a few mins of screentime) who wont give a shit. She is who she is, hes not scared to live up to the expectation because he doesnt care about those things
also they will be sleuthing out this murder mystery together
Veronica and Archie
good chemistry but theres just something about them im not a fan of quite jsut yet. Maybe i want more build or something
Main Love - Jughead and Archie
Im beyond excited for this dynamic to play out. they are clearly close, something happened.
im sure this is archie defending him
jughead gave him adivce in ep 1 on how to handle potentially loosing another best friend
fallen bestfriends, bromance is something i love. So im excited see it play out, maybe jughead saw him and the teacher?? who knows
The only two ninjas I ever cared about. And I didn’t even get to see them in the last chapter (or maybe they were hidden in a tiny panel’s corner and I missed them, who knows)!
I’m guessing that will all the shinobis getting married and having kids all over the place they’d get often asked why they’re not joining the party. Ensues Kotetsu’s shameless humor and Izumo’s quiet appreciation of said humorous comeback. They’re canonically gay fight me.
!!SPOILERS!! I love a good bromance. There’s something great about two heterosexual men going on a journey together, changing, and growing closer together through adversity.
I think Goku and Vegeta are a CLASSIC bromance. I think there are three characteristics that they nail, and make for a CLASSIC bromance: they’re the last men standing, at least one of them experiences a deep personal change, and the personal strength of one is highlighted by the other.
At the end of Dragon Ball Z, when Kid Buu is literally destroying the multiverse, it’s only Goku and Vegeta who can oppose him. Just like Frodo and Sam being the only two left of the Fellowship, Goku and Vegeta are the only fighters who can stand up to the ultimate evil. This ‘last men standing’ situation causes two of their character motivations to mix. They’re loyalty to each other and to the greater good is what brings them to this point.
Vegeta is a despicable villain when we first meet him. His goal is to kill everyone on Earth when we first see him. A few hundred episodes later, Vegeta has a family and is trying to save Earth. Goku is there for 95% of this transformation, and it a makes their friendship more believable.
Goku is an incredibly forgiving person. He is the one who talks Krillin out of killing Vegeta. Contrasting Goku and Vegeta allows us to really see how kind Goku truly is. Vegeta also allows us to see how powerful Goku is. When Vegeta shows up on Earth he can easily kill everyone, except Goku. Goku’s physical strength and kind spirit are highlighted by Vegeta.
Again, I think there are three core aspects to a good bromance: being the last men standing, the deep personal change of one character, and the way one character’s strengths are highlighted by the other. I think Goku and Vegeta are a perfect example of an awesome bromance.
Here’s my essay on Bromance in Attack on Titan if you’re interested:
“Dad,” you called out over your shoulder. “I’m going out.”
“With who?” Your dad, Crowley, yelled back.
“People, demons, Angels? Does it really matter?”
You heard your dad walking down the stairs before he came into the living room with his arms crossed. “Angels, demons, and people. That sounds like the Winchester’s and their group of uncultured peasants.”
You rolled your eyes. “I meant does it really matter who I’m going out with. You, on the other hand, think about the Winchesters too much for someone who is supposed to be their sworn enemy.”
“It’s complicated, sweetheart.” He sighed.
“That’s great dad. Can I leave now?” You had only hear him talk about the Winchesters a dozen other times.
“Take a demon with you.” Your father told you in a stern voice.
“Dad, I’m not taking a demon with me.” You grunted. “I’m seventeen now.”
“Either take a demon or don’t go.” Crowley shrugged, “The choice is yours.”
“Fine.” You huffed. “I won’t go.”
You walked over to the back of the house and sauntered out the back door. After all, you were the princess of hell and you didn’t need some low-life demon watching out for you. You could definitely handle yourself.
Since you were meeting your friend Christian at his house, you decided to pick up some snacks on the way there. You walked into the nearest grocery store and grabbed some chips, drinks, and of course, an apple pie.
“Know if any of the pie is good?” A voice brought you out of your thoughts. You looked over to find a man with bright, green eyes and a little scruff lining his jawline.
“It’s alright.” You shrugged. “But it’s the only pie around here so it’ll have to do.”
The man sighed, tilting his head to the side before finally nodding. “Alright, I’ll give it a try.” He looked at you, waiting for you to tell him your name.
“Y/N.” You finished and extended your arm for him to shake.
“Dean.” The man shook your hand. “Dean Winchester.”
“The Dean Winchester?” You asked in disbelief.
“Do I know you?” Dean asked.
“I’m Crowley’s daughter.” You laughed lightly. “Did you two have a bromance going on or something? My dad always talks about you.”
“I wasn’t myself.” Dean scratched the back of his head.
Dean pulled his phone out of his pocket and showed it to you. 666. “Daddy’s calling.” He smirked.
Your eyes widened. “I’m not here.”
He gave you a pointed look, but sighed in agreement. “Crowley.” “No, I don’t know who your daughter is. If I find her, I’ll drive her back home stop yelling.”
Dean hung up and slipped his phone back in his pocket before crossing his arms. “Mind telling me what’s going on?”
“I went out without bringing a demon.” You shrugged.
Dean sighed. “At least let me give you a ride to wherever you’re going.”
You nodded, before the two of you went to go pay for the food. Before you could argue, Dean paid for your food, and carried the groceries to his Impala.
“You didn’t have to do that.” You gave him a pointed look.
“You’re welcome.” Dean opened the door for you before walking around to the other side.
“Thank you.” You smiled.
“My pleasure. Now, where to?” You gave him the directions to Christian’s house. After about five minutes, Dean’s Impala pulled up in front of his house.
“Thanks for the ride, Dean.” You smiled at him. He started laughing and you furrowed your eyebrows. “What’s so funny?”
“It’s just, you’re the princess of hell and your friends with someone named Christian.” He shook his head laughing.
“Yeah,” You laughed along with him. “Just don’t tell my dad.”
“Tell me what?” You and Dean spun your heads around to the backseat. Your dad sat there looking furious. His face was all red and his jaw was locked into place. If looks could kill, you’d be dead and buried deeper than hell.
“Uhh.” You began but Crowley held his finger up, telling you to be quiet.
“I thought I smelled squirrel.” He narrowed his eyes in at Dean.
You cracked a small smile. “What’s wrong, dad? Are you mad that I’m spending time with your one true love?”
Crowley’s face turned even redder. “You’re grounded, young lady. I’m talking no phone, no tv, and you’re helping me run hell for the next month. That means you’ll be living there for quite some time.”
“Well that’s a little mean.” You remarked.
“I am the king of hell, love.” Your dad placed his hand on your shoulder and zapped the two of you to hell.