*impatiently waits for Karamatsu and Chibita to interact in s2*
THATS ANOTHER BUT ENTIRELY DIFFERENT ISSUE
listen like i know its asking for a lot……………..BUT BY THIS POINT IN SEASON ONE WE ALREAYD HAD THIS SHIT
ALL THIS SHIT
CAN YOU BELIEVE IT
LIKE NOT ONLY DOES S2 HAVE THE ADVANTAGE OF WORKING OFF OF THIS PRE-ESTABLISHED DYNAMIC INSTEAD OF HAVING TO MAKE IT FROM SCRATCH, BUT LIKE??? NOT LONG BEOFRE S2 CAME OUT WE GOT THIS
SO CAN YOU REALLY BLAME US FOR THINKING SMTH WAS GONNA HAPPEN
tho tbh its worse for you atsutodo kids,they havent even SHOWN atsushi in anything besides merch in years. but hey,felivilles still makin tons of atsutodo stuff yea? so you guys are prolly doin alright. still tho canons been crueler to you guys,to be fair. UoU)/)
I don’t understand people who are really baffled by other languages like “wAit!!!! This letter…. makes a DiFfereNt sound in ThAt lanUuuauuage wAT???! The rulEs for garammmer and spilling is diFfrrfrent???” like yes Sharon those things are what make it…. a different language
headcanon ;;Race characteristics for LotR that aren’t just ‘( short/tall ) human with different ( beards / feet / ears )’ –
Elves have a second, clear eyelid that gives them the appearance of “sleeping with their eyes open” when they close it in order to rest. They do not often blink.
While Hobbits are known to have large feet, few know that they also have disproportionately large and powerful thigh and calf muscles. They can jump higher, in terms of their weight and size, than any other race.
Orcs and Uruk-hai feel very little pain, and as such, they tattoo and scar themselves in honor of their gods. Sauron is not one of them.
Dwarves’ eyes have a very small sclera. Instead, the iris is almost all that can be seen. Their pupils can expand in the dark until their eyes are an empty black, enabling them to see in the dark better than any other race. In some kingdoms, blinding a Dwarf by leaving them in the dark for days before flooding them suddenly with light is used as a punishment.
Hobbits have almost twice the number of taste buds as humans.
The ears of Elves can move and tilt towards noises, although the range of their movements is limited.
Dwarves may often be born with six toes. Those that do are called stone-bound, and are said to have a deeper connection to the earth.
Many humans have reported a feeling of being watched when they are with Elves, even when alone with them. This is caused by the Elven fëa / fae / spirit, which is separate from – but linked to – the body, giving some sensitive non-Elves the feeling that there are two people present instead of one.
With age, a Hobbit’s hair may become mossy green. This is due to faint pigments in their shampoo that collect, very slowly, over the years.
Small sensory organs in Dwarves’ hands and feet help them detect vibrations and minute details in anything they touch. These organs are slightly raised and look similar to callouses.
If somebody asks me what executive dysfunction is, I’m gonna point them to a web article or suchlike that explains it better than I can.
If somebody asks me what executive dysfunctions feels like, though, I’d say that it’s like waiting for a video stream to buffer or for a web page to load. You could do so many other things, except you’ve only got a few minutes at most to wait, so most of them aren’t worth starting. So instead you read a few lines of an article or check out your tumblr dash or go get a glass of water. You fill time, because most people don’t like to stare at a loading bar for several minutes if they have other options. Sure, you’re doing things, but if anyone asked what you were up to you’d probably just say “waiting,” because you’re really just doing whatever you can to make the time go faster.
Now just imagine that instead of doing this for a couple minutes, you’re stuck in this state for hours on end. You’re waiting for the thing to finish, but every time you check it’s still not done so you just keep waiting, breaking your day down into chunks too small to do anything with. You think about playing a game, but you don’t actually start it up. You get a drink, but you don’t make lunch. You open your word processor, but you don’t actually start writing. You’re stuck in a holding pattern, killing time minute by minute, and by the time you realize you don’t actually know what you’re waiting for, the day is already gone.
It isn’t a matter of being lazy or undisciplined, or a case of making bad decisions. Executive dysfunction is a problem with the organ responsible for making decisions in the first place. When it stops working properly, stops being able to decide between doing this or doing that or doing nothing at all, you end up just going with what comes naturally. You fidget. You kill time. You wait, in expectation of a decision to wait no longer. It may be a long time coming.