essays are tangents and rabbit holes and diversions, woven together with lots of unnecessary descriptive words to demonstrate a proficient understanding of a subject you were meant to research in more depth but did not, in place of other pursuits, or could not, because you chose your subject poorly, and so now you must flesh out an arduous ten-page research paper and convince your scrutinizing instructor that you are well-versed in the topic at hand.
emails are blunt. say what you mean. be specific. end it quickly.
i really hate how fanfic is viewed as less valuable than other writings because people assume it’s easy to write when you’re using the basis of another work… honestly, writing within the frame of someone else’s creation can be even more challenging than writing something original and even plotless smut takes a lot of effort and practice to get right !! idk i’m just sick of hearing fanfic trashed and fanart praised to the heavens because apparently it’s so much harder to create art than it is to write :):))
Another “Yurio does a cute” post from me since I noticed a little thing this ep!
So, while Victor is introducing Yurio, we see this little shot of what appears to be he and his other makeshift family eating at a small dining table.
But if you really look at it, you’ll notice:
The filling isn’t the dark brown like you should normally see in a pirozhki. In fact, while not very detailed, it appears to have bits of yellow, white, and a light brownish color.
Why, it looks an awful lot like katsudon pirozhki.
Plus, Yurio is wearing something red over his shirt that looks suspiciously like an apron, and there are patches of white on his face and apron that look suspiciously like flour. Moreover, he looks so excited and proud of himself.
Which brings us to:
Excited baby Yurio loved the katsudon pirozhki his grandfather made so much that he went and learned how to make it himself because he just needed to share it with his other set of “parents”.
jokes aside, can we just talk about bum killing or even helping kill jieun is 10 times worse because bum can relate to jieun. he was in her shoes once. catching themselves falling in love with sangwoo - his kindness, his sweet nature - only to find he’s anything but. entire perception of sangwoo’s character crumbling before their frantic eyes. jieun will go through the same bout of disbelief bum did, the same tears, the same fear for her life and while her pleas mirror his own, bum will have to kill her. he’s going to have to kill someone who was in the same shitty position he was months ago. that’s pretty huge.
so like sombra and reaper’s interaction where she’s all ‘you don’t mind if i call you gabe, do you?’ is obviously something of a powerplay for sombra over reaps, but it also sounds an awful lot like ‘i know someone very near and dear to you that called you that intimately, i know everything about you gabe’
so obvs jack used to call him ‘gabe’, but only when they weren’t around other people.