- what she says: i'm fine
- what she means: Elder Price's obsession with Orlando is SO much deeper than people realize. It's like a metaphor for his happiness. The way he describes the road trip with his parents was clearly a time in his life where he had felt true happiness to an extent that it still resonates with him at an older age. His parents told him if he worked hard for the things he wanted, then he'd get them in the end. And look at the result of that? He's like the perfect Mormon who focuses so much on 'being' a good Mormon that he doesn't have much of a life outside of that. After Kevin's incident with the general and Cunningham approaches him, Kevin launches into this big emotional speech about working hard to get what he deserves. And he talks about how he 'worked and worked' and it's concerning because Kevin equates Orlando to happiness and everything had fallen apart and crumbled at that moment. He truly gives up and believes everything is over for him and he's "just a guy who will die' and never find his way back to Orlando(aka happiness). But after he sees the play he's smitten and when he sings the small reprise "But they were happy, and wearing costumes, it was almost like...Orlando." which is the turning point in his view because Kevin realizes right there that 'Orlando' AKA HAPPINESS, can be made and found anywhere, it's not just a singular static thing. And that's why he stays because he has a new lease on life after that and understands that he can create his own happiness so-
I personally don't ship Eremika, I've actually grown to hate all SnK/AoT ships, mostly because of the fans-However I understand that people like to ship things, so I don't grudge it. That said, what do you think about Eremika's fanbase? I haven't had good experiences because I didn't ship it and I was attacked (not physically, I just turned off the PC, other than slurs, it wasn't a big deal- It was alot of people though). Also, what do you think of Levi x Farlan?