Caitlyn the man I loved died and I can't stop the aching. I don't know how to breathe in a world where he's not. What do I do? Where do I go now?
You just let yourself fucking miss the hell out of him. You practice breathing until it doesn’t feel so hard to do. You mourn and you let the healing come when it comes. You move on very, very slowly. You love him forever, but you keep going and you walk through the world. Maybe you travel. Maybe you go away for a while and get drunk in a hotel room and cry into the sheets. Maybe you run down the street in your pajamas, looking for him. Maybe, every once in a while, you wake up and still think he’s there, and then you grieve all over again.
A small part of you will be howling about him forever. But you’ll survive this, and it will, it WILL, get easier to move around and smile and eat and sleep. I promise. I promise.
I’m so sorry that you lost him. Sending you a soft hug once a minute, every minute.
these two are apparently the most ikemen members of hakog ak u and hell ye s I want me some of tha t and I’m kinda sad there’s no snow this december bc snow is beautiful and my birthday is in december and it’s tw o in the morn ing!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !! !
Been rereading the webcomic lately and I notice how Genos’ mentality is slowly deteriorating, questioning his strength and his capability to become strong, while he grows distant from Saitama and the world. The change is obvious during Garou arc. Genos still admirers his sensei but it’s as if he’s starting to envy Saitama too.
It’s the opposite of Saitama because he’s interacting with new people, making new connections, and talking more and more to other A-Class and S-Class heroes, especially Lightspeed Flash (and even Lightspeed seems to respect Saitama after their little underground adventure together, haha). Saitama feels more. Obviously, the Caped Baldy is still himself but Saitama grows. He’s learning how to reconnect to the world again.
Genos also makes less appearance in Saitama’s life as the manga getting deeper and further. He doesn’t search and follow his sensei as he used to anymore and prefers to just stay with the doctor(?) instead.
I always have faith in Saitama’s immense strength but I don’t think he’s the kind of person who can spot the change in his own student?
It’s as if Genos is helping Saitama to be more human, at the expanse of his own while Saitama tries to help his student to improve himself but ends up (unconsciously) making the whole situation worst instead.
I just hope the future chapters can prove me wrong and that the relationship between Saitama/Genos will not turn into another Sasuke/Naruto.