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capmalachi  asked:

Is this Rinne no Lagrange thing actually yuri as your recent posts would indicate or is just another show that teases at it and then shoe horns in some generic male love interests at the end to avoid canon lesbians? Because it looks like a good show but I'm getting kinda tired of that...

There’s absolutely no male love interest shoved in at any point, no. Well, there’s a joke about it in one episode but it is meaningless and never brought up again. The three girls are absolutely and unquestionably a romantic trio, but you DO however still get the usual issue where even though they make that shockingly obvious the show will still never outright state it. But they will show it to you. A lot. REALLY ADORABLY.

So yes, as far as the Yuri quotient goes, I thought it was excellent. The three of them are just so sweet and cute and adorable and Lagrange gave me A GREAT DEAL OF FEELS because it is cruel and knows how to leverage their relationship for maximum emotion in a way that tugs at your hearstrings but is still ultimately very happy and and hopeful.

Seriously, the three of them gave me the doki dokis something fierce the whole way through, so if you are looking for that you shan’t be disappointed. 

CANT HANDLE THE CUTE

voxpilot-deactivated20131129  asked:

"If I was dating you, then... Hehehe~" The half asleep Madoka giggles flirtatiously.

“If I was dating you,” whispered the princess, “then I don’t think I ever could be sad. I think I could make it through anything knowing that you loved me. The universe is big and scary, but I can handle it if I’m with you. I’d do anything for you, honestly, I would do anything for you now, but if we were together I would definitely do anything for you. I would get you flowers, and we could take the Voxes on vacation anywhere you could ever imagine. There are so many beautiful worlds out there that I’ve found. And I would cuddle with you every night; you’d chase away my nightmares and I’d repay you with undying affection. Also, if one day we got married, you’d literally be queen of an interstellar empire. Which has a lot of benefits. We’d figure out a way to have kids, maybe, and we’d grow old here, in Kamogawa. I am uncomfortable imagining a life where I don’t grow old with you.”

Lan hugged and snuggled with a pillow, then added, “How much of that did I say out loud? I stopped after flowers and vacations, right?” Honestly, she was too sleepy to be sure.