Because I can’t believe YOI is ending,
These 3 months went by so fast I still am in Denial that in 3 Days…Everything is gonna end.(Of Course There may be a Season 2, which seems very likely).
I changed so much in these 3 months you have no idea,
Yoi showed me so many beautiful things I had never seen been done so well,
•Healthy Relationships (Victuuri,JJ and his Gf etc.)
•A World where Gender doesn’t matter.
You can be masculine/feminine and nobody will judge, beacuse it’s normal
You can like whoever you want and people will support you. (Btw Phitchit4BestMan)
•Relatable Characters that are almost impossible to completely dislike.
•Seriously…Soundtrack and Animation are godly (Especially the Soundtrack which became my favorite over ZnT’s one)
I’m not saying that YOI is the best anime of the year, That’s up to you.
But for me It is.
It felt so refreshing,heartwarming,sometimes even heartbreaking.
I cried with the characters after a failure and felt joy when they succeded.
These are my most sincere thanks to all the people who worked on this beautiful masterpiece. From the Creator Kubo-Sensei who I deeply love and respect to every Animator who put effort and tears in every frame of the routines.
Last year, your former Spring Awakening co-star Jonathan Groff woke you up—on YouTube live—to help promote “Hamilton.” Was that real? Like, was I really sleeping before we did that? Sure. And I wasn’t wearing makeup from that morning, but I’ll tell you the truth—I might have still been wearing makeup from the night before! We were out all night long. We went home and passed out. And he woke me up with his camera. But he knows me so well—he knows that as long as he has coffee, it’s fine.
Don’t be afraid. Do you hear me young people? Don’t be afraid. Be focused. Be determined. Be hopeful. Be empowered. And power yourselves with a good education. Then get out there and use that education to build a country worthy of your boundless promise. Lead by example with hope, never fear. And know that I will be with you. Rooting for you and working to support you for the rest of my life… Being your First Lady has been the greatest honor of my life. And I hope I’ve made you proud.
Michelle Obama in her final remarks as First Lady on January 6, 2017 (x)