Midoriya, literally three hours after getting saved by the Hero Killer Stain:
I was born with glass bones and paper skin. Every morning I break my legs, and every afternoon I break my arms. At night, I lie awake in agony until my heart attacks put me to sleep.
All Might, calling a nurse:
I think he needs an aspirin.
I just thought back to “Hearts still beating”. Back when we thought that Jesus saved Daryl.
But now we now that it actually wasn’t him, but Sherry who wrote the letter.
Still, he was there.
There was no reason for him to be there.
Still, he was. The writers wanted him to be there. Why, you ask? Because Daryl needed someone. Someone who’s with him so that he’s not alone after something like this. And this someone was Jesus.
First, I was really disappointed to find out that it wasn’t Jesus who wrote the letter and saved Daryl, but now that I think of this, it’s even better. Because Daryl could’ve done this on his own, but no, the writers wanted Jesus to be there with him.
I don’t know about you, but this seems quite important to me.
Someone asked him on the cruise whether Daryl and Jesus would get together and he replied, “No! There cannot be enough exclamation points after that no.”
Personally I never shipped Daryl and Jesus together (nor did I think it would happen), but the way GN responded, especially on the heels of just joking with NR about Daryl having sex with Shiva, was incredibly uncalled for. He showed more disgust over the possibility of two men having a relationship than a man screwing an animal.
This initially started out as just Pining!Keith stuff, but then it turned into Modern!HighSchool!AU stuff where Keith has basically gone an entire week trying to write a letter for Lance, and, in that time, Lance has managed to basically tag an entire wall with his desperate heartfelt pleas to ask Keith to prom.
Needless to say, it’s cliche and tacky and adorable