hosting a part

“Anime is for kids.”

“Girls are just there to be sexualized.”

“The main characters always end up together.”

“Its too serious.”

“The characters are all the same.”

“There’s no surprises.”

“There’s no good back stories.”

“There’s always a happy ending.”

“All the characters are happy-go-lucky.”

“The main character is too good.”

Me, With Anime

*during episode 1* 

I wonder what this is about? Am I even going to like it?

*during episode 4, leaning forward to the screen*

Wow, this is really good. I didn’t know I’d like it this much!

*during episode 8, clutching a pillow and staring wide eyed at the screen*

Oh my god, oh my god, I can’t believe that happened! And I’m getting close to the end! No, there has to be more episodes, I just haven’t found them all!

*during episode 12-13, using pillow to wipe tears away*

No, no, it can’t be over! In 23 minutes it’s going to be over! And then what do I do! I can’t live without this anime! I can’t function, I can’t do anything! I know! I’ll rewatch it! Yes! The minute this episode ends, I’ll go back to episode 1 and start it all over.

*a few days later, pillow is finally dry from all the tears*

Huh, look at that anime. I wonder what it’s about? Nothing can replace or beat the one I just rewatched. Nothing could ever fill the hole it’s left in my heart from no more new episodes.

Rinse and repeat for all time.

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Ouran Highschool Host Club AU Part 1

I’m going to do more parts in the future with more scenes that I love and yeah.

TAMAKI AND ADRIEN ARE THE SAME I CANT.

Everyone’s reaction when a good fanfiction gets updated

When your friend makes fun of you for watching anime but obsesses over tv shows.

Netflix Is Driving Me Mad

I’ve gotten used to Netflix not having that much good anime, but recently I’ve noticed how it’s almost as if they purposefully remove the better anime on their website. It’s really fucking annoying. I could make a list of more than ten anime that Netflix used to have on their website that I really liked, but then they took it down. I usually notice the anime not being there when I come back looking for it after a year or so passed and BAM it’s gone. You know what, I WILL make a list, because this is really firing me up.

Back in 2013 (which is when I first started watching anime) I watched Angel Beats, Clannad, Full Metal Alchemist, Soul Eater, and Ouran HighSchool Host Club on Netflix. By the end of that year they took down  Angel Beats and Clannad.

In 2014 Netflix added Attack on Titan just so they could remove it later in 2016. I watched Squid Girl and Okami-san and Her Seven Companions. I didn’t watch a lot of anime this year. I don’t remember exactly when either of these two were removed but it was relatively soon after I watched them.

In 2015 I watched Princess Jellyfish, The Devil is a Part Timer, Noragami, Psycho Pass, Welcome to the N.H.K and Red Data Girl on Netflix.

By 2016 they removed Princess Jellyfish, The Devil is a Part Timer, Noragami, Soul Eater, and Full Metal Alchemist. I watched Nana on Netflix.

Since I’ve last checked Nana, Welcome to the NHK, Psycho Pass, Attack on Titan, and Ouran Highschool Host Club have been removed from netflix.

These aren’t even all of them. I watched My Little Monster on Crunchyroll, but I remember it being on Netflix for a short while. It was a pretty good show, I was glad Netflix had actually added a good anime on to their site BUT THEY REMOVED IT IN LIKE A FUCKING YEAR. I’m pretty sure I remember seeing School Rumble there maybe four years ago and then removed later on. I’ve recently started watching it and so far I’m really enjoying it. I watched one or two episodes of Fruits Basket on Netflix before they removed it.

Them removing Nana is probably what triggered me to write this, because finding places to watch it is difficult and the DVD set is expensive as hell. They also removed some of my all time favorite anime like Welcome to the NHK, and Princess Jellyfish, and Angel Beats. I’m looking at all the anime on Netflix right now AND THERE IS NOT A SINGLE GOOD COMEDY. School Rumble, Ouran Highschool Host Club, The Devil is a Part Timer, Squid Girl; these are all REALLY good comedies! Honestly all the anime I mentioned are pretty good if not amazing. So why would these be removed?

So what’s left on Netflix? What good anime has Netflix managed to not remove?

Well there’s Your Lie in April, Durarara, HunterxHunter, Death Note, Little Witch Academia, Madoka Magica, and Mushi-shi. Honestly I don’t think these hold as much weight to them compared to Nana or Welcome to the NHK or Full Metal Alchemist Brotherhood or Princess Jellyfish. But that’s just me.

I’m done ranting for now. Maybe it’s time for me to get a Hulu account.

Holiday Extravaganza Part Two!

*Christmas Eve*

Haruhi: …huh. I didn’t realize it before, but I don’t think I’ve ever been to senpai’s house.

Tamaki: Ah! Haruhi, you’re the first one here, come in!  I hope it didn’t take too long to get here via public transportation!  I hear commoners have a terrible time with traffic!  

Haruhi:  … Tamaki-senpai, you sent a chauffeur.  Of course I had an easy time getting here.  

Tamaki:  Oh right!  hahaha, guess I forgot!  That’s it.  She thinks her Daddy is an idiot!  What now!  I musn’t look like a fool in front of my baby girl if she’s ever going to have a good time tonight!  Brave face, Suoh!  Talk about something you both enjoy!  

*awkward silence*  

Originally posted by nicorobin

Tamaki:  This is not going well…

*Phone rings*

Tamaki:  Thank goodness!  Hello, you’ve reached the ultra-attractive Tamaki Suoh!  How can I charm you today?

Honey: Tama-chanI’msorrymoriandIweregonnacomebutnowwecantbutIwantedtoand…

Mori: Mitsukuni.

Honey: Oh. Sorry. Tama-chan, dad says we have to go over to America now to train the Navy Seals…but I wanted Christmas cake…so save me a piece, okay???

Tamaki: Ah, of course, Honey-senpai.

*hangs up and looks at Haruhi, who is texting someone* 

Tamaki: It looks like Honey and Mori senpai aren’t coming.

Haruhi: Oh? I just got a text from Hikaru, apparently he and Kaoru got dragged into modeling at their mom’s gala…so they won’t be here either. I guess it’ll just be me, you, and Kyoya-senpai then?

Tamaki: *fidgeting nervously* About that…Kyoya told me earlier he wouldn’t be able to make it, as he is assisting his father in closing a fairly important deal tonight. So then…that makes it just us…  Haruhi! Will you show me how the commoners spend their Christmas Eve?!?

Haruhi:  Uh… sure, but I don’t think… 

Tamaki:  OH BOY I AM SO EXCITED THIS IS GOING TO BE THE BEST CHRISTMAS EVER!!!!!

Originally posted by ahmad317

Haruhi:  PUT ME DOWN SENPAI!!!!!  *deep breath*  Thank you!  Now I can’t speak for all commoners, but my dad and I always enjoyed taking a spin around the local ice skating rink.  

Tamaki: Let’s go!!!!!  Ooh, I also want some commoner’s hot chocolate!  I hear it’s instant!  

Haruhi:  *shaking her head*  Of course, senapi, let’s go before it gets too crowded.  

Originally posted by ouran-host-club10

*Tamaki walks Haruhi home*

Haruhi: Thank you, senpai, I really had a good time toni-what’s wrong?

Originally posted by sawtsuki

Tamaki: N-nothing, just um…what is that above your door?

*they look up to see someone has placed a sprig of mistletoe in the doorway*

Haruhi:  Huh… I wonder who did that.  Anyway, it’s just a small kiss.  I guess it won’t hurt.  *gives Tamaki a peck on the cheek*  Goodnight senpai, and Merry Christmas!  

Tamaki:  *short circuiting*  Ooh, Haruhi Christmas, Merry!  *falls down*  

*The next day*

Kyoya:  *incoming text message*  “So Kyo-chan, how’d the plan go?  - Honey”  *response*  I’d say that sprig of mistletoe Mori-senpai placed was the perfect touch.  Well done, men.  Make sure the twins are left in the dark.  We can’t have dissension in our ranks.  *smirk* 

Originally posted by zettais

Merry Christmas, Tamaki, you dork.  

Seeing your Notp like

Your Husband is Superhero: Part 2

AN: I love this story. It is dedicated to every wonderful person who showed up to the chat that @cait-writes-stuff hosted 

Words: 959

Part 1


You’re reading a book when the red blur just appears in your room. You close your book, lean back, and grin. Barry pulls the hood down and smiles at you. The goofy grin makes you laugh, “So how’s it feel to be back in the leather?”

He laughs, “Sweaty.”

You wiggle your eyebrows, “Well, now I’m hot.”

He removes his gloves, “Yeah?”

You put your book down and crawl down the bed before launching yourself off it, and into his arms. He catches you with ease. You kiss him, and take comfort in the way his arms wrap around you. With a giggle, you fall back onto the bed with him.

Hours later, in the dark of your room, you’re snuggled against Barry’s chest, while his hand strokes lazily against your back. You’re more than a bit drowsy, but still curious, “So, did you see everyone?”

“Oh yeah, the whole team was there.”

“Cisco?”

Barry places a kiss on the top of your head, “Yeah. I couldn’t even look him in the eye, much less talk to him. In fact I made it a point to only talk to Oliver. I’m such a…”

“Scaredy Cat?”

He chuckles a bit, “That’s a nice way of putting it.”

You place a kiss on his chest, “Well lucky for you, I’m a cat person.”

“It was nice to get some closure.”

“Closure?”

He nods, “Yeah, now that Wally has superspeed, Central City is safe, and I can give up the superhero thing for good.”

You don’t quite believe that, but as he pulls you a bit closer, the two of you drift off to sleep. You wake up to the sound of the doorbell being repeatedly rung. Without opening your eyes, your feel around for a pillow, and pull it over your head.

When the noise continues, you pull your head out from under the pillow and glance at Barry. Your husband is fast asleep. Rolling your eyes, you toss the covers to the side. You pull on your nightgown, and then a robe. You trudge to the door, but not before you catch sight of the clock. Your eye twitches when you see 5 am staring back at you.

You glance out the window to see a group of people waiting outside, and right as one of them reaches for the doorbell again, you unlock the door and yank it open. “Yes?”

A taller man in the back, that you recognize as Oliver Queen, smiles at you and says, “Mrs. Allen.” You watch the shock wash over several faces.

You wipe a hand over your face, “You couldn’t have waited a few more hours?”

Another man steps forward and offers his hand, “Sorry about the early hour, I’m Joe West, Barry’s… ”

“Dad,” You smile and take his hand, shaking it before stepping to the side, “I’m sorry, I’m not a morning person. Please come in, all of you. Barry’s still asleep. Make yourselves at home while I go wake him.”

You leave them, and go back to the bedroom. Crawling back onto the bed, you take the pillow and hit your husband. He startles awake and just stares at you. He cracks a smile at you a moment later, “What did I do now?”

“You have company.”

His brow furrows, “Company?” and leans over to glance at the clock, “It’s 5:15 in the morning, who would … Oh no.”

“Oh yes. They’re waiting for you in the den.”

“They’re in the den!?”

You blink a few times, “And that’s a problem, why?”

“Our wedding photos are out there.”

“I’m trying to be panicked for you hun, but you’re making it a bit hard.”

He takes a deep breath, “I didn’t tell them I was married. I didn’t want to get caught up in a conversation, and so …”

“You ran away.”

He sits up, “Pretty much.”

You snuggle in beside him, “Why do you always have to run Barry, why can’t you ever just walk?”

He smiles and kisses the top of your head, “The whole meta human thing makes it a bit difficult.”

You yawn, and then pat his chest, “Well time to run towards the problem now, Speedy.”

“That’s Thea, hun.”

“Whatever, just go.” With a sigh he leaves the bed. You’re almost back to sleep, when a weight lands on top of you, “Come with me?”

You turn to face your husband, “Seriously? It’s five thirty in the morning on a Saturday. I shouldn’t be aware of anything other than my pillow.”

He smiles at you, “For better or for worse.”

You scowl, “Fine.”

Five minutes later, you’re somewhat presentable, as you walk into the den with your husband. You pass by the crowd and head straight for the coffee maker.

You stare at the coffee maker and wait for it to brew. You listen to Barry talk to Joe, and the others. But you’re honestly not awake enough to really catch anything. When it’s done you pour yourself a cup, and walk back into the den. All eyes go to you.You give a small akward smile and say, “Coffee’s ready. Mugs are in the cabinet above the maker, help yourselves.”

There’s a bit of a migration to the kitchen, as you take a seat in the oversized arm chair. Barry shuffles nervously near you.  

You smile at him, “Things a bit awkward?”

He nods, “More than a bit. It’s just really weird.”

“Like you’re getting to know each other again?”

He runs a hand through his hair, “Yeah, They know nothing about the past several years. Or you for that matter.”

You take a sip of coffee, “Fill them in.”

“You think it’s that simple?”

You reach out and take his hand, “I think it can be.”