Okay but do you realize that this shit has happened to Sana before? and that’s why her mother is so worried about her… It looks like Sana has been bullied before, in the school she went to before Nissen; since the flashing images of hate messages in the new clip was from people from that school. Honestly this explains so much of Sana’s behavior and her mother’s protectiveness over her and why she wants Sana to “have friends that are more like her”… she wanted to prevent Sana from getting bullied and hurt again.
Couples Poses Meme, Moana Edition!~ Moana/Maui fluff <3. Can be read as platonic too if that’s not your jam. (Why is B1 so popular? There’s at least 2 of these requests from all the differerent fandoms)
Anonymous asked: “I started a story about love, but the problem is that I have no romantic experience whatsoever. Because of that, it has come to my attention that the romantic scenes are stiff and seem out of place. Any advice?”
I don’t think you need experience to write about something, especially if it’s romance or something so incredibly prevalent across the board in art, media, and storytelling. We have grown up on love stories to the point where it is almost obnoxious. I personally love them, but if I didn’t, I imagine it would be pretty relentless. Anyway, with so many examples out there, personal experience is overrated.
A little snippet from the Engeki Haikyuu TBS Special!
It opens with just Kenta and Tatsunari leading us through the exhibit, but gradually the other Karasuno members join. Here, Ryoutarou and Kairi are added to the group after Kenta and Tatsunari discover some weird statues they’ve never seen before.
(Please don’t ask for the a video/download/stream. This was home recorded by a Twitter user who has since taken down the video, and I personally had zero access to watch the special program.)