anonymous asked:

I really don't want Hides group to go to the 24th ward or meet up with Kaneki just yet tbh. Now that Furuta is away it would be great to take this time to go free Rize? I don't want anyone to magically show up and save the day. I want this to be like a wake up call for Kaneki, the results of the poor decisions he has made. Though, regardless of how the issue in the 24th ward is resolved, Kaneki will place all the blame on himself. I just hope he doesn't snap and go all ruthless/emotionless...

Yeah, I agree. I’ve said this before, but I think this is a fight that Goat have to win for themselves. I’d be pretty disappointed if Scarecrow’s group showed up to the 24th. (I say that, but it would make Hide appear in the manga again so I’d probably be ecstatic from that alone lmao.) Honestly though, I think they should stay apart at least until this whole Goat extermination operation is over. Scarecrow’s group probably have a lot on their hands as it is; they just kicked the fucking leader of the CCG out of his position of power, not to mention, Urie was severely injured during the fight and they’re probably tired out from it too. Now would also be a good opportunity for them to perhaps interfere with Yoriko’s execution, and through saving Rize (which we’ve already speculated that Hide has ties to) it would also be a good way to get him involved with Kanou, who seems to have been looking for.

If you don’t know already (referencing back to this post), it appears as though one possible translation for what Scarecrow says in this panel is  “Now then, but shouldn’t Kanou be here?” Which would imply that he has been looking for him for whatever reason and this could be a good opportunity to get them involved with eachother.

(As a side note, isn’t it cute that he always sits with his legs crossed? Blessed boy.)

As for Kaneki, I know he will most definitely blame this on himself, regardless of what happens, but his character is in desperate need of progression, so I doubt that having him regress into stoicism as a result of this would be a good choice on Ishida’s part. So I’m thinking instead that he should take this as a sign that he has to adapt his methods hopefully work towards being a better king and leader; one worthy of respect because of what he has done instead of what he has lead people to believe he’s done (killing Arima).

Self-destruction isn’t snorting the line on the party just because you want to try it for fun and thinking “I’ll do it just once, just to try it!” Self-destruction isn’t going out and drinking a little too much sometimes.
Self-destruction is taking that line even you know what will happen, knowing the side effect of that. It’s taking that line, not because of fun or people around you,  it’s because you have that urge inside you that tells you to do it, to fuck yourself up.
Self-destruction is going out with the intention to get drunk and not know about yourself the whole time just because you feel something inside of yourself that needs to be destroyed. You don’t drink because you’re sad or happy, you drink to kill that something inside of you.
Self-destruction is that smoke of cigarette you just took. You didn’t start smoking because of people around you make you do it, you started smoking because you heard it’s bad for you. Now you’re addicted. Or maybe you aren’t but you still do it.
Self-destruction is when you go to some random person you met at the bar house because of sex. You don’t know who he is, you could be anybody, you could end up dead, raped, you don’t know it won’t happen, but you go anyway. You know all the risks but you do it anyway.
Self-destruction is pushing people away and making yourself antisocial on purpose.
Self-destruction is popping painkillers even if you aren’t in pain.
Self-destruction is getting into fights on purpose.
Self-destruction is letting your id doing whatever you want.
Self-destruction is a lot of things, but it’s never a choice.
Self-destruction isn’t mental illness.
Self-destruction isn’t when you break up with your boyfriend so you lock your room and cry or go out and get drunk to forget about him.
Self-destruction is something in people, something that pulls you to the edge. It’s the sweetest sin of all of them. You can fight it, but it always wins. People keep saying to fight it like if they can fight it, you can fight it also, but if you are a really self-destructive you can’t fight it and you know it. It’s part of your reality, your life.
Not all alcoholics are self-destructive.
Not all addicts are self-destructive.
Not all drug addicts are self-destructive.
Not all who are depressive are self-destructive.
Not all alcoholics are self-destructive.
Not all addicts are self-destructive.
Not all drug addicts are self-destructive.

I smoke, I drink, I take pills – I’m not addicted to any of that.
I do it do destroy myself.

I don’t hate myself, I’m very far from hating myself. But some people do hate themselves. Some do, some don’t. everybody is different.
If somebody asked me why I do what I do I wouldn’t know how to answer. I know what is the goal, but I don’t know the main reason beside something self-destructive inside me.

For example, I know what heroin does to people but I’d love to try it. But I’ll never do it. Not because I don’t want to, but because I know what would it do to people around me. I don’t want to fuck them up. I want to fuck me up. And there are ways to do it without hurting somebody constantly.
People who are self-destructive don’t want to harm you, they want to harm themselves.

—  T.S. aka me/ things i never said out loud

anonymous asked:

What are the general stereotypes of the types?

ISFJ: Book nerd. Helpful. Shyest of the shy. Hipster blog.

ISFP: Aesthetics are Important. Wanderlust. Tears of joy.

ISTJ: Organization. Always serious. Puns and sarcasm.

ISTP: Can fix things. Probably a mechanic. Will fight you.

INFJ: Existential. Knows what you’re thinking. Probably sad.

INFP: Always crying. Takes everything personally. Artsy. Ideas.

INTJ: No emotions. *Trips*. Probably planning your murder. Music.

INTP: Procrastinates. Knows a lot about space. Hates decisions.

ESFJ: Mom. Bakes. Greek life is their life. Always looks nice.

ESFP: *Flirts*. Parties and dancing. Superficial. Small talk.

ESTJ: Ambitious. Probably your boss. Best at making plans.

ESTP: High school football player. Likes parties. Best at gym.

ENFJ: The Protagonist. Advice central. Never wrong. Helps everyone.

ENFP: Brain is on drugs. “Fairies are real fight me”. Bad at math.

ENTJ: Intimidating. Always wins fights. Non-stop. No free time.

ENTP: Pyromaniac. Class clown. Thinks they’re the best. Awkward.

  • Jessica: You just want it to be the way you want it to be.
  • Matt: It’s not about what I want!
  • Luke: Sorry. Is this something we all need to hear?
  • Matt: No.
  • Luke: It just sounds a little serious.
  • Matt: It was mostly…theoretical. We…
  • Jessica: We were just working out a- [pauses] Look, if cavemen and astronauts got into a fight, who would win?
  • Luke: Uh…You’ve been yelling at each other for 40 minutes about this? [pauses] Do the astronauts have weapons?
  • Matt & Jessica: [in unison] No.