I don’t think I’m terrified
Of the thought of dying.
I think it’s the idea of leaving
It’s the worry that
you go before telling her
you love her more than
the number of constellations
you get lost in her eyes.
It’s the feeling of a
being taken from you in
the middle of a final chapter
and the few boxes you missed
checking on your list.
I don’t think I’m terrified
of the thought of dying.
I think it’s the idea that the only
thing I’ll have when I leave
is missed opportunities.
“I think he became a man who brought peace and wisdom to his world, because he knew about war and folly. I think that he loved greatly, because he had seen what lost love is. And I think he came to know, too, that he was loved greatly.” - The Wednesday Wars
Chris surprised you on set with lunch. But also, it was his way to make sure nothing happened between you and Jensen.
You two have been dating for three years now, and he still gets jealous.
“You know, you don’t have to stay here all day.” You chuckled, eating some fries.
Chris leaned back in his chair, and squinted his eyes. “And miss watching this loser-I mean guy.”
You rolled your eyes and huffed. “Babe, be nice.”
He glanced at you and shook his head. “How can I be nice when you two get all-” he paused, cringing at the thought. “I just don’t like him. Okay?”
“Babe, you have nothing to worry about. I promise.” You smiled.
He leaned on his elbow and rested his hand on his face.
“I’m in love with you.” You stated. “And nothing is going to change that.”
Chris smiled and tried to play it off as well as hide the blush that crept up his cheeks. He glanced back at Jensen who was sitting on a chair, getting ready for his scene.
Jensen had heard the entire conversation, and though you only thought he saw you as a friend, he saw more than that.
He flashed a wink at Chris, his way of adding fuel to the fire.
Chris felt his body tense and his jaw clench tightly. He almost snarled at the actor as anger washed over him.
You were too focused on your phone to notice anything. Until Chris grabbed your hand and pulled you up to your feet. “Let’s go.” He gritted.
You furrowed your brows. “Where are we going?”
He glanced back at Jensen, then to you. And without a single word, he cupped your face and crashed his lips to yours. Kissing you hard as if it were his last. You felt the kiss all the way down to your feet, giving you chills.
I think one of the dumbest complaints is that Sonic "punishes you for going fast" and that it's only a real Sonic game if he's constantly going fast. I dunno about you but I was not going fast 24/7 in any of the Genesis Era games or even the Boost Era. It's not just speed, it's a platformer. If ya wanna go fast, memorize the levels and prepare for what's ahead. Don't run blindy into it without at least rolling or boosting. How "Punishing" is it when you can just pick ur rings back up?
I agree, anon! I can understand the frustration of having your flow of speed disrupted by a sudden spike or something, and maybe having to take a different path because of that…. but like, to me that’s just the challenge of the game? Having to think fast and react quickly. These are speed-based platformers, not endless runners.
What’s hilarious is that when Sega tries to introduce games that allow you to go fast with less ‘punishment’, suddenly we get complaints of “BOOST TO WIN!!11″
So it’s either
“Sonic punishes you for going fast!” (this game is too hard, I want to go faster)
“Ugh this is just BOOST TO WIN!!” (this game is too easy, I want to go slower)