Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 1: This is Queerbait Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 2: This is totally Queerbait
Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 3: Maybe…
Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 4: …HolY Sh
Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 5: This can’t get any gayer
Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 6: This can’t get any gayer
Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 7: THIS CAN’T GET ANY GAYER
Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 8: THIS CAN’T GET ANY GAYER
Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 9: OH MY GOD IT’S GETTING GAYER
Yuri!!! on Ice Episode 10: WHAT!? HOL-
I was working on my Japanese Homework when I had a revelation about Law at the end of Dressrosa as well as about Corazon’s “I love you” and figured I might as well share:
When Bellemere died, she looked to Nami and Nojiko and said “I love you” And used the Japanese word “Daisuki (大好き)” When Corazon last looked at Law he said “I love you” but used “Aishiteruze(愛してるぜ).”
Suki (好き), in Japanese, means “To like.” Making it Daisuki turns it into “really like” “am very fond of” or “I love you” depending on the context. It’s the most common form that the phrase “I love you” takes the shape of and is often the only form used between people.
Aishiteru (愛してる), on the other hand, is a very heavy, strong, and rarely used word in Japanese. Many Japanese people go their whole lives without ever using it because in Japanese culture, verbally expressing Love is something they are hesitant to express openly (preferring to show love instead) and especially of the Aishiteru kind. To use Aishiteru is to, in effect, tell someone that “I love you so much that I can’t imagine my life without you in it.” It’s never something that you use casually (if you ever use it at all). The “ze” attached to the end of Aishiteru just makes it a more casual and “cool” or “manly” way of saying it. So when Cora-san looks at Law and says “Aishiteruze” he is, in effect, saying: “I love you and I literally can’t imagine you not being a part of my life anymore, and I am saying this in the most casual and manly way possible, okay?” That was the strength of Corazon’s love for Law. But Law didn’t know that at the time. He was young and had probably never once heard the word being used before and probably thought Cora-san was just being a dork. He wouldn’t really understand it until his talk with Sengoku among the rubble of Dressrosa. Sengoku had told him to stop sullying Rosinate’s love with imagined requirements and conditions and then Law remembered. With wide eyes, he remembered Corazon’s exact words to him: “Oi, Law. Aishiteruze.” I love you, and it finally hit him. He finally realized and understood just how strong and unconditional Corazon’s love for him had been and that he hadn’t had to do anything to validate it. Corazon loved him for him and not for what he was. And finally, finally, Law found the resolution he had been searching for. The relief that Doflamingo’s defeat hadn’t given him. The freedom from his past that he so desired… and it brought him to the brink of tears. (let’s admit he would have cried if Fujitora hadn’t ruined the moment)
(All I wanted to do was write that I love cats, not punch myself in the face with feels about Law’s flashback again. Excuse me while I cry in the corner.)
(It’s a shame these things don’t translate well into english)
Imagine Watching a Horror Movie with Jacksepticeye
You shuffled into the living room, popcorn bowl in hand while Jack skimmed through the horror section on Netflix. You sat down next to him, handing him the bowl and grabbing the nearby blanket, draping it over the two of you as he smiled.
“Are ya ready for the most boss horror marathon ever?” He said with a grin, making you roll your eyes and smile.
“You always pick dumb horror movies, can’t I pick one this time?” You begged, reaching for the remote which he reluctantly passed over. You smiled triumphantly as you scrolled along until you found one that looked slightly intriguing. You picked The Conjuring and set the remote down in front of you. Jack quickly pulled you back into his arms, hugging you around the waist as the movie started.
It started off okay, nothing too bad, but by the end of it, you felt like you were being watched. A jumpscare occurred on screen and you jumped back, screaming because you weren’t expecting it. Jack reacted mostly the same way, screaming loudly and pulling you closer to him like you were a teddy bear.
“Tell me again why we do this!” You gasped out, turning to face the youtuber who tried to look like he was brave but was faltering.
“B-because it gives me a reason to hold onto ya and not look clingy?” He muttered, looking anywhere but your face. Your cheeks lit up as you realized his true intentions and couldn’t help but smile widely at the revelation.
“You know you can just hold me when you want to… I won’t judge.” You mutter, leaning forward and quickly pecking him on the lips. He smiled and quickly pulled you back down to kiss you more deeply.
The horror movie in the background quickly faded from your minds as you snuggled up to his chest and he laid back, running his fingers through your hair happily.
She should feel dirty, nauseous, repulsed, but his breath is hot against her skin and she cannot ignore the crackle of his magic pushing against her bones. Tom Riddle is magnetic in all the meanings of the word, and she blames hormones and puberty for the rush of desire that sets her blood on fire when he presses closer.
“You’re sick,” she whispers unconvincingly, and he smiles, sharp and feral.
We know Simmons has deep, deeeep daddy issues. And he projects them on Sarge - No need to explain that.
We also know, that in Season 11 when he switched to the Blues for a Moment, he directly projected those Issues on Washington. “Or… you could call me son.” <– he literally says that to him, after a very short time. (Poor Baby you have some serious issues)
But can I now stress out this:
Between season 5 and 6 for a while [could be a few weeks, months or even a year or something]… It was GRIF who was Simmons Sergeant. His Leader. For who knows how long.
Can we please imgine how wonderful and awkward that must have been?
“Can.. can I call you..” “Wtf no, dont even start.” “But..!”