Before time began, before spirits and life existed… Three golden goddesses descended upon the chaos that was Hyrule…
Din, the goddess of power…
With her strong flaming arms, she cultivated the land and created the red earth.
Nayru, the goddess of wisdom… Poured her wisdom onto the earth and gave the spirit of law to the world.
Farore, the goddess of courage…
With her rich soul, produced all life forms who would uphold the law.
The three great goddesses, their labors completed, departed for the heavens. And three golden sacred triangles remained at the point where the goddesses left the world… Since then, the sacred triangles have become the basis for our world’s providence.
one of the things that shocked me most watching the official sub is that kaiba actually announces to the entire auditorium of completely uninformed civilian strangers that they are all only there to watch him get the last two pieces of some golden triangle because there’s an “honorable pharaoh” inside
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Eleanor sighed for what seemed like the thousandth time as she surveyed her companions over the top of her mug. Chidi and Tahani were standing on opposite sides of her tiny kitchen table, glaring daggers at each other while she sat between them, growing increasingly bored with this entire debate.
“Tahani,” Chidi began in an exasperated voice, reaching up behind his glasses to pinch the bridge of his nose in frustration, “it’s unquestionably rosemary”.
Tahani tossed her long hair over her shoulder and let out a very loud and very un-ladylike snort. “Perhaps if you’re eighty-seven years old and attempting to stave off dementia. But for the rest of the world, the answer is obviously English breakfast. It is a timeless classic and besides,” she crossed her arms and gave Chidi a satisfied smirk, “it’s not as if anyone would trust your judgement on the matter over mine”.
“And what’s that supposed to mean?” he shot back as he leaned closer to Tahani, eyes narrowed and voice low.
“Only that as a Englishwoman, I am much more familiar with the subject than you.” Tahani looked like she was very much enjoying this, if the wide smile and glint in her eye was anything to go by. “We Brits practically invented tea, after all. You’ll just have to admit it Chidi; when it comes to this, I just know more than you”.
“No you don’t!” he exclaimed, throwing his hands up in the air before pausing and seeming to register the rest of her words, “And no you didn’t!” His arms swung back down and he began to gesture furiously as he recited (as he had multiple times before): “Tea originated in China, during the Tang dynasty, where it was used as a medicinal drink before spreading to-”
Tahani reached her hand out in a dismissive wave and cut him off “Yes, but no one cares about all that, dear. It was the British who really brought tea into prominence-”
“No one cares?!” Chidi cried, stopping his wild gesturing to point an accusing finger at her. “How can you say that, how can you just ignore…”
The two continued, growing louder and more heated as they shouted over each other, waving fingers in the other’s face and glowering over the table until finally Eleanor had had enough. “Who cares about any of this?!” she bellowed, slamming her mug down and rising out of her chair. “You two have spent the last hour fighting over your janky leaf water!”
The other two paused in their argument, turning towards Eleanor in shocked silence. “When you burst in here going on about needing my help with an ‘urgent matter’,” she huffed, “I thought you meant we would be making out at least. And if you did, then this is the weirdest foreplay I’ve ever seen”.
Her comments seemed to break the tension in the room. Tahani grinned and rolled her eyes as Chidi let out a soft chuckle and ducked his head to try and hide his smile. “We came here, darling,” Tahani began bemusedly, “because we were hoping you could act as an impartial judge and help us settle this matter once and for all”.
“Dunno how impartial I can be,” Eleanor snorted, “I am forking the both of you”.
Chidi shot her a look. “We took that into consideration actually. We figured that since you’re in a relationship with both of us, you wouldn’t take one side over the other.” Eleanor narrowed her eyes at him, as if questioning the ethical truth of that statement. “And we really just want an answer. Jason told us we should both just try Monster, and Michael’s favorite tea is apparently ‘not comprehensible to the human mind’”.
“Yes, and Janet of course doesn’t eat or drink anything,” Tahani chimed in, “so you are basically our last resort.”
“A phrase I have heard many times in my life” Eleanor smirked, before realizing that the others were staring expectantly at her. “What?”
“Well,” Chidi began, “what’s your decision? Which is the better tea; rosemary or English breakfast?”
Eleanor snorted “Neither, obviously.” Ignoring their stunned faces, she reached down to grab hold of her mug again, taking a long sip and savoring the flavor before eyeing them over the rim. “Coffee is a thousand times better than either of your nasty teabags. It keeps you awake and it actually tastes good”.
Disregarding Tahani’s insulted sputtering, she tilted the mug back up to take another sip when suddenly Chidi’s voice stopped her: “Wait….is that my mug?”
Eleanor froze mid-sip. “No….” she muttered softly, slowly setting the mug back onto the table, “It’s….mine. I asked Janet for it”.
“Really.” Chidi replied, his tone beginning to sound accusatory again. “You asked Janet for a mug with a cartoon of Immanuel Kant and the phrase ‘Kant stop, won’t stop’ printed on it?” He picked up the mug and examined it. “And a chip in the handle in the exact same place as mine?”
“……Yes.” Eleanor lied, taking a small step back and feeling for the handle of the glass sliding door behind her. “Because I like yours so much”.
“Then why is it you’re backing towards the door like Nicholas Cage’s octopus backed towards the edge of its tank after it was caught trying to steal my sapphire necklace?“ Tahani asked, a wide grin growing on her face.
“Especially because,” Chidi began, taking a step towards Eleanor even as she took another step back, “I expressly told you that that was my favorite mug, and asked you to never use it?”
Eleanor’s hand finally found the door handle, and she slowly pushed down on it and began easing the door open as she answered: “I am shocked at the two of you, just shocked. Bursting into my house, fighting about twig water, and accusing me of stealing Chidi’s mug without any sort of reasonable proof… I have to say, if there’s not going to be any making out happening here, I think I'llhave to leave out of protest” the door finally opened wide enough to let her through as she continued, and she spun on her heel and raced out of the house, ignoring Chidi’s shout of “this is my mug!” and Tahani’s laughter as she made her escape.