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anonymous asked:

(Basic) but Romeo and Juliet for the ship thing! :)

Thank you!

Who gets sick more often: Romeo because he is so careless. Juliet usually only gets sick when Romeo gives her his flu.

Who is the better caretaker: JULIET because she is so protective of him, my god. She would make sure he isn’t cold, she’d cook his favorite dishes with all the necessary vitamins, she’d wrap him up in blankets, she’d ask him how he’s doing every 5 minutes, she’d research the symptoms thoroughly, she’d go to the doctor with him and hold his hand,

Who is the most needy when they’re sick: Romeo would create so much drama. He would partly enjoy being sick because he would get extra affection from Juliet.

Who gets startled/worried every time the other sneezes: Both of them would overreact when the other sneezes and they would give each other lots of affection while Mercutio rolls his eyes at how silly they are.

Who stocks the house with cold medicine and orange juice: Juliet. (She also needs to remind Romeo to take his medication because he would forget every time.)

Who is more careful not to spread their illness and who doesn’t care: I think Juliet would be more careful, whereas Romeo would use it as an excuse to be clingy with everyone.

Who gets cuddly when they’re feverish: Romeo because he would just whine 24/7 and Juliet wouldn’t be able to resist.

Who tries to pretend they’re fine: Juliet, though when she’s warm in bed and already half asleep she also takes advantage of the situation so that Romeo cuddles her lovingly.

Who tries weird/old-fashioned remedies: Mercutio keeps making up the most bizarre *remedies* just to fool Romeo and the poor boy actually believes him.

You will not be able to convince me that Blackwatch isn’t actually full of children. Sure all the agents are 100% deadly and efficient at what they do, but when they ain’t on missions or not doing their god damn jobs, they all degrade to fucking 5 year olds.

Reyes is less of a commander and more of a glorified babysitter.

not that this is news, but we’ve been seeing this emotional intelligence/strength from yuuri since the beginning. i’m sure part of this scene is the “i’m an adult, and he’s 15 and clearly does not understand the situation” bit, but where a lot of shows would have played this trope straight and had yuuri shrink back from yuri’s berating, instead we get this lovely little gem of an exchange. “he’s totally underestimating me” is a pretty great thing to think about a guy who yelled at you while you were crying in a bathroom during probably one of the most emotionally trying moments of your life.