For real, I wonder if my depressive issues are why I like Floweypot stuff more than Asriel being brought back outright? Pretty weird leap in topics yeah, sorry. But like I see a lot of people who revive Asriel kinda just revert him back to being the same little cinnamon bun he was before becoming Flowey, which I get and understand the appeal of because sometimes in fiction you just want happy fluff, but I feel like Floweypot stuff tends to be a bit better with bringing up that he’s an unwell child (since a big theme with Floweypot, when not for comedy, is helping him learn to love again or at least better cope with emotions or lack thereof, in a way that isn’t destructive) and I can sort of read it in a way that echoes mental health recovery stuff. Or at the least, I can appreciate depiction of this lonely traumatized kid still being loved despite everything and having people that want to help him.
I made chocolate dipped pretzels yesterday as valentine’s day treats for my roomies and I put these lil sprinkles on them that I keep finding everywhere aaaaa, they’re like the sprinkle equivalent of glitter