kristin rens

The Worst Thing the Boyfriends Can Hear from Aoba

To Koujaku: “You’re a monster. Get away from me.”

To Noiz: “You’re a freak. I’m done trying to help you.”

To Clear: “You’re hideous. Put your mask back on.”

To Mink: “You’re evil. I’ll never forgive you.”

To Ren: “You’re barely a person. I don’t need you.”

okay but imagine the dicksquad and company getting completely shitfaced and having a karaoke battle
  • aoba: if yOU WANNA BE MY LOVER
  • koujaku: AND IIIIIiiiiIIIiiIII WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOUUUUuuuuuUUUuuUu
  • noiz: WAKE ME UP INSIDE
  • mink: I'M A BOSs ASS BITCH BITCH bitCH BITCH
  • clear: I A M M A C H I N E I N E V E R S L E E P
  • ren: WHO LET THE DOGS OUT
  • mizuki: im so loNELYYYYY IM MR. LONELYYY..I HAVE NOBODYYYYYY
  • sei: NEAARRR...FARR.......WHERE E V E R YOU ARE
  • trip: WHy cANT wE BE frieNDS, WHY CaNT WE BE FRIEnds
  • virus: mY ANACONDA DONT

Don’t get me wrong; I totally love all of the good endings in DMMD. But whenever I think of one I can’t help but think about the other boys, what happens to them when someone other than them gets a happy ending?

Or it may be more accurate to say that I wonder about what doesn’t happen to them. Aoba was the catalyst for the changes they all experienced. Without Aoba, they have no change.

When it’s not Noiz’s good ending, he remains aloof, disconnected, alone, without love or pain.

When it’s not Clear’s good ending, he keeps the mask on, keeps his doubts and insecurities to himself, keeps the knowledge that he’s inhuman and can never be anything close to human.

When it’s not Mink’s good ending, he remains cold and unhappy, he wallows in his awful memories, he’s never able to move on from his past.

When it’s not Koujaku’s good ending, he holds in all his secrets, never recovers from his mistakes, never forgives himself for the past, he’s never able to rest because Ryuuhou is still out there, and should he ever find him, his original plan will be put into place.

When it’s not Ren’s good ending, he remains as an Allmate, he never finds out who he really is and what he is meant to do for Aoba, he’s never able to really figure out his feelings for him, he stays frozen in his role as Allmate and becomes unable to ever keep the balance between Aoba and Desire.

Whoever gets the good ending gets their dream come true, but the rest of the boys stay trapped by their inner demons.