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Seriously if they dont bring the girls and yuus back im gonna be so pissed

Bc it would mean that Shun’s struggles were all for NOTHING. He travelled across dimensions (losing his best friend in the process) and suffered numerous injuries to find his little sister (who he didnt even know had been used for rays attempted revival) and now???? He might not get either of them back?????

There’s a difference between writer’s block and writer’s constipation. I have the latter. There are quite a few things I want to write, but every time I sit down, everything in my brain screeches to a halt. I’ve tried every trick I know and nothing’s worked. Fortunately I’ve been through this before. Unfortunately the only way I know to get through it is to let it run its course.

I have trouble doing even that, because then anxiety kicks up and makes me feel even more like a useless, worthless hack than I do otherwise, since I made the mistake of tying up a lot of my self-worth in my writing. I’m slowly untying that knot, but it’s not smoothed out yet. 

Until then:

Every time this person pop up in the Fr//eed Just//ine tag with their Mi//raxus I feel so much negativity wellng up god

// MOBILE: guys, just because my url is ‘Inkuqu’ doesn’t mean that’s my muse’s name !! It’s merely aesthetic. I don’t care if you pick your own language to call her “Ink” but please, you’ve been seeing me write her name for so long—. //

Okay, but what I love most about this scene is how Victor’s reaction has only one interpretation. It is unambiguous and agreed upon by 99.9% of the fandom.

Victor doesn’t say anything in the scene but just by his expression, his blush and his gasp we all understand what is happening within him.

Because the only thing that he can be experiencing at that moment is love. Whether it is infatuation or attraction or a crush or just an incredible awareness of Yuuri’s cuteness, there is love involved.

And literally nothing else makes sense here.

Some people can deny many things in this show but this one scene, this emotion that appears in Victor’s face is real and undeniable.

That’s what I love most about that scene. It shows something so profound and true in under five seconds and it is clear to the viewer without any additional explanations.

And that is not only beautiful. That shows mastery in the art of direction.

Oikawa is quite honestly one of the saddest characters in Haikyuu and you can fucking fight me on this alright, This boy tried SO HARD, he literally worked his knee into a brace, he was on the edge of collapsing, he didn’t go to fucking sleep, and he was so so smart, he was so good at being a setter, he could have won he was always on the brink of winning and still he didn’t get to go to Nationals, not even once.