• Friends:*talking about boys*
  • Friends:so, what kind of boys do you like?
  • Me:...huh?
  • Friends:you know, whats your type?
  • Me:...fictional?

GAH FIRST JACK FROST

THEN PUBERTY STRUCK HICCUP HADDOCK

NOW TADASHI HAMADA

SHEESH ANIMATION YOU WILL BE THE DEATH OF ME.

SERIOUSLY THIS IS WHY I CANT FIND REAL BOYS TO LIKE.

(Note: Edited since originally i wasn’t able to add Hiccup [didn’t have a proper GIF of him saved when i made it]. Been debating with myself if i should re edit this post. Finally decided to do it. Pls don’t hate me i really wanted to include Hiccup originally i was just so excited that i posted it right away and i wasn’t able to edit since work piled up quickly T.T)

Ten Things I Wish I Could Say to Fictional Characters.
  • 1:Really? You're going to fall for that?
  • 2:COME ON!! IT'S NOT THAT HARD TO PICK A PERSON--ONE OF THEM IS CLEARLY EVIL!
  • 3:How are you so calm right now? Why am I the only one that has an issue with how people are treating you? You're. So. Calm.
  • 4:Oh yeah, your mortal enemy is totally going to keep his/her word (shakes head, while whispering, "Noooooooo.")
  • 5:Of course that person likes you, are you completely blind?
  • 6:I bet you're regretting that choice you made, huh?
  • 7:You know you're in trouble when your creator (the author) has given voice to another character as well as you. (Hey, Allegiant, this one's for you!)
  • 8:No, no, character, I'm not laughing at you, I'm laughing with you. I swear.
  • 9:WHY WOULD YOU DO THAT?!?! Great, now you're making me cry. Thanks.
  • 10:See, you should have just said "I love you" when you had the chance, now you've given the author the chance to screw up your life and write a sequel.
  • What would you say to the characters from the books you've read?
"It's just an anime" they say. "It's just a manga" they say. "It's all fictional" they say.But do you see my tears? They ARE real. And my feels ARE real. So shut the fuck up. You don't know anything.

What most people don’t understand is that fictional worlds are an escape. An escape from whatever chaos is going on in the real world. The characters become apart of us in unexplainable ways. We laugh with them, cry with them, relate to them, celebrate with them. They’re a little part of us that’ll stick with us, hopefully, for the rest of our lives, because these fictional characters helped us through times even our closest friends couldn’t.