Can you do a scenario where the boys find out that their S/O was in love with their teacher. While she never said anything about it and never planned to act on it the boys could just tell her feelings were just for him.
I kind of had trouble understanding this one so I just went with it, if it’s not what you’re going for then shoot me another ask when the askbox opens back up! But basically these boys are scary jealous boys.
Shu - “What a lewd woman, lusting over your teacher like that. Don’t you know you’re mine?” Is very much jealous.
Reiji - “That behavior is deplorable and you will straighten up immediately.” Reiji does not care that you would never act out your feelings, all he knows is that your feelings can get you and others in trouble.
Ayato - “Hey, don’t you know you’re supposed to have only feelings for me Pancake?” Is pissed and jealous.
Kanato - “WHAT DOES HE HAVE THAT I DON’T!?” Don’t tell him, just don’t, save that teacher’s life.
Laito - “Oh has my Little Bitch found someone else? We can’t have that can we?” Laito may joke around but he is actually extremely jealous and even angry.
Subaru - “Tch, fine go after him see if I care!” Subaru is hurt that you feel something for another and it just proves he was right, even if you wouldn’t react to your feelings.
Ruki - “What a troublesome livestock you are lusting after other men.” Ruki is not pleased.
Kou - He never confronted you about it. All you know is what you saw when the teacher was being escorted out of the school by police on charges of messing with other students… oddly enough, Kou’s biggest fans.
Yuma - “Listen here Sow you get any closer to him and I’ll snap his neck, teacher or not. You’re mine and I’d be damned if I lose my Sow to an old man.” Don’t test his threats because he will go through with them.
Azusa - Is heartbroken that you feel that way for someone else besides him and may have to have special class time with your teacher.
Hey, I'd like to know you you have any good movies or preferably series in german to practice listening? That would be awesome, thank you!
I’m not sure about specific titles as far as movies go – most movies I find on TV here are just dubbed in German, so if you’ve got the option to switch languages on DVDs you already have, that’d already be a good start.
If you’ve got Netflix, you should be able to switch the language/subtitles. I’m able to change mine to German, but I’m not sure if it’s because I currently live in Germany or if that’s an option available to everyone, everywhere.
I don’t watch a whole lot of TV in German, truth be told, but when I do, it’s usually children’s shows. They’re easier to understand :P Simsala Grimm is a favorite because I love fairy tales and magic, Der kleine Ritter Trenk, Der kleine Prinz (though the original story is French, there’s a TV series here in German), etc.