One of my classmates told me that I’m gay because my mom never bought me a Ken Doll, so I only played with Barbie Dolls and I had to make them get together because there was no male, and this made me gay
Kendrick Lamar is one of the most widely admired performers in popular music today. His last collection, To Pimp A Butterfly, was named album of the year by many publications including Billboard and Rolling Stone. His new album, titled DAMN., debuted at #1 on the Billboard album chart, and was the best-selling debut of the year thus far. Rock critic Ken Tucker saysDAMN. extends Lamar’s range and the power of his storytelling.
“In a recent interview, Lamar said that while his previous album, To Pimp A Butterfly, was about changing the world, the implied message of DAMN. is, “I can’t change the world unless I change myself.” Listening to Kendrick Lamar tussle with his ideas about how to effect that change in himself can make you think about your own life, and perhaps the things we can change.”
Can you imagine if Yomo overheard Kaneki and Touka's conversation? What would he think?
I’m sure Uncle Yomo would approve of Touken, especially since he basically adopted Kaneki as his nephew-in-law not long after he arrived at Anteiku.
He would also probably be glad that Touka’s been able to talk to him without giving him a beat-down like the last time he walked in on them. However, I’m not sure he would approve of his niece opening the convo so dirtily. Although, maybe Renji-I-Call-Everyone-By-Their-First-Name-Yomo wouldn’t really be one to lecture about manners…