Haikyuu!! Crossover please? Tsukishima is dating Midorima’s ex girlfriend. Make Tsukki sooo salty that it drives Midorin insane~~ hehe. Thank you!~❤ (〃′▽`)
Stepping away from the shelf, Midorima grunted as he accidentally bumped into someone behind him. He turned to apologize after hearing a soft, startled gasp. He could only keep his mouth slightly agape when he realized just who it was he had literally bumped into.
“Oh, Midorima,” you said, and he could hear the slight wariness in your voice, but it was quickly masked by fake enthusiasm. “Long time no see! I hope you’ve been doing well.”
Realizing a minute too late that his jaw was still slack, Midorima pressed his lips into a thin line and gave an affirmative hum. It wasn’t that he couldn’t speak to you, but that he knew he would say all the wrong things. After all, he was still caught over your sudden and stressful break up with him.
“Well,” you muttered, voice lowering when you realized you wouldn’t be getting an answer. “I should get going. Kei is waiting.”
He watched as you made your way to the end of the aisle, meeting up with a blonde male. He was tall, though nowhere near Midorima’s height, and also wore glasses. He didn’t look built for any sport Midorima was familiar with, but the lean muscles and strong stature told the basketball player that you had definitely gone for another jock.
Before you left his sight completely, Midorima swore your new boyfriend gave him a glance. Brown eyes met green in a single moment. Midorima was sure, in fact he was absolutely positive, that as soon as you turned your back to walk away your new boyfriend
threw him a smirk.
i need to kill you
that’s the only way to get you out of my head
i need to kill you
to silence all the sweet little things you said
i really want to kill you
wipe you off the face of my earth
cause baby you’re dead to me
I am a horrible person. I originally painted this because I love pictures of DT with his head modestly inclined (he’s so precious!), but
looking at it now, all I can see is him fixing an open fly. LOL There’s a
trouser situation here!
This is NOT a Photoshop filter, every stroke is painted by me.
…in a maestoso (majestic, dignified) location, with Kaneki-kun reaching a crescendo*, until at last I… fortissimo*.
…I was eighteen.
Such an unexpected hors d'oeuvre*!
* These are actually accepted loan words, according to my dictionary, but I left them in for the dramatic effect. I made note of the others he uses (not in the sound file) which you can find under the cut.
If Karenn turns out to be Nevra´s lil sis, imagine him losing his eyes protecting her from a serious danger that was after her and that´s one of the reasons that she had nightmares when they first got in the Eel guard?!
So here we go. My very first album review! This was requested by none other than my crazy, fantabulous, fellow Mike Jack fanatic of a friend, @itsjustdesire. Her favorite LP happens to be Michael Jackson’s fourth adult solo effort, 1991′s “Dangerous.” Let’s begin, shall we?
Firstly, if this iconic image is unfamiliar to you, please back away from this post, log off, and position yourself in the nearest corner. For those of us who know this photo all too well, I think I can speak for all of us when I say that this particular cover had folks staring, inspecting, ogling, squinting, and analyzing—just looking for answers. And while I’m sure 98.53872% of us haven’t the slightest clue of what Mike was attempting to relay to his viewing and listening audiences with this gorgeous, esoteric mosaic, the “Dangerous” album cover remains one of music’s most intriguing illustrations. Mike knew exactly what he was doing when he chose this specific piece to be the defining image of his first album of the 90′s. This cover actually looks the way the album sounds, which is an aspect of Mike’s artistry and impressive attention to detail that often goes unnoticed. A wild, eclectic, colorful, deep, and sometimes esoteric ride into Mike’s mind is what this image represents to me. And Mike certainly did not fall short in harmonizing visuals with sound.
Jam (featuring Heavy D) - The album’s opener. The track that sets the tone and demands the listener (whether casual or die hard) to sit the hell up and pay attention. I mean, c’mon, the song kicks off with the sound of shattering glass. If that isn’t a sure fire commader, I don’t know what is. Now, admittedly, it took a while for me to fully appreciate Jam’s brilliance. But once it hit me, boy, did it hit! What I dig most about this joint is Mike’s talk-sing, rap-like delivery. I liken his phrasing and tone of voice to a preacher’s, and the lyrics seamlessly roll off Mike’s lips in a way that makes you internalize each and every rapid fire utterance. The fonktastic horns, synthetic, yet crispy drums, and catchy *jinglejangle* of sleigh bells provide the perfect backdrop to Mike’s confident, punchy, wisdom-laden words. And lettucenot forget Heavy D’s effortlessly smooth flow. Three words I’d use to describe Jam: spirited, percussive, exhilirating.
In the Closet (featuring Princess Stephanie of Monaco) - Lesbehonest, y’all. One thing Mike knew how to do is garner attention. Whether it was via his feisty vocals, crotch grabbing, quirky fashions, or air of mystique, the public watched Mike’s every move with baited breath. Mike was aware of it. He was well-informed of all the speculatory statements. And hell yeah, he had fun with it sometimes. Case in point—”In the Closet.” I’m talmbout the title, yall. Unless you’re extremely sheltered, you know what type of implications the phrase ‘in the closet’ holds. It’s always been my belief that Mike purposely used this phrase to make the public go, “OH, WORD?!” Not that the song required a quasi-controversial title to get people to listen or buy the single. It’s one of my top five tracks of the entire album, for reasons that I can’t articulate as well as I’d like. The song just…grooves, man. It’s slinky, sensuous, and has an element of mysteriousness to it that I adore. Mike’s vocals perfectly suit the concept. Dat falsetto, dawg! And to hear Mike get all sexified on a track is a rare delight for both male and female fans alike. (Come on, menz, keep it real. Y’all know that shit was hawT!) For its content, the track’s length is perfect, too—not too long, not too short, juuuust right. *moon emoji* Three words I’d use to describe ITC: sexy, crisp, daring.
She Drives Me Wild (featuring Wreckx-n-Effect) - *beeeeeeeep, beep, beeeeep* Now this one right here, tho? Banger! Pure banger. To me, this song encompases what NJS (New Jack Swing) is about—pure groove, sweat, and stank with pop sensibilities. Mike is all attitude in this song, showing no mercy with his gritted teeth, sassy delivery. The hook is extremely infectious; the vocal layering on it is sublime and adds a tinge of sweetness to the track. Another percussive, funky, fun song that could’ve easily been a single, in my opinion. Three words for this cut: concise, catchy, danceable.
Remember the Time - If I could choose any song on “Dangerous” to give the faultlessperfectflawless title to, it’d be “Remember the Time.” Although this is argurably one of the most simplistic songs on the album, ‘Remember’ is just simply…beautiful. From the opening synth lick, to the perfectly-programmed drums, to Mike’s vocals, to the insanely memorable (hehe) melody, there’s not a damn thing wrong with this track. Just as the previous track, RTT’s chorus contains the most spell-binding layering. Mike has always had the uncanny ability to tell a story with voice; his phrasing, use of dynamics, grunts, sighs, and riffs almost make you pay the lyrics dust. And just…the entire vibe of the song makes you feel nostalgic and amorous and craving for a lover that you prolly never even had. Three words for this cut: perfecto, flaw-free, yesgawd. (P.S.: THHHHHHHHHHHOT, THOT THOT THOT, THHHHHHHHHOT, DOUBLE THOT!)
So Rejet’s announced quite a lot of new Dialovers stuff. New set of VERSUS CDs, new set of character song CDs, and this new thing called Diabolik Lovers DARK FATE. Right now DF is just another set of situation CDs, but who knows… The new series is adding two new characters.
Even if your blood is sucked and sucked, there is no satisfaction. Sucking enough to go mad, a new dark fate.
At the time of the lunar eclipse, the founding brothers (lords) of the vampire race appear—…
The Sakamaki brothers, Mukami brothers, and the advent of the new characters—the strongest founding Tsukinami brothers!
Tsukinami Carla (CV: Morikawa Toshiyuki) - Brute / do-S / lazy / intellectual / violent “Did you really think that you have any value in having your blood sucked?” The king of vampires who possesses both intelligence and reason. The elder brother of the founding vampires.
Tsukinami Shin (CV: Morikubo Shoutarou) - Brute / tsundere / narcissist / insane “Hehe it hurts, doesn’t it? Just as you wish, I’ll grant you extreme pain!” The tsundere vampire who goes out of control when he loses his temper. The younger brother of the founding vampires.