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Mansae log no.171020

Next chapter of mission bad boy is coming out in about 12 hours give or take a few hours. Hope you’re all excited! 

EDIT: I FIGURED OUT HOW TO SCHEDULE POSTS OH MY GOD I DON”T NEED TO WORRY ABOUT WAKING UP NOW THANK GOD.

Thanks to all those who have nominated me for the aching heart awards! You can keep nominating me here (apparently it counts) ~

P.S. I WILL NOT BE ANSWERING ANY ASKS UNTIL A DAY AFTER THE CHAPTER IS PUBLISHED, SO LIKE.. I GUESS ITS BEST IF YOU REFRAIN FROM ASKING ME THINGS (unless you are off anon so I can send you a private answer) UNTIL AFTER YOU READ THE CHAPTER. Thank you.

Originally posted by bkhynee

literally i’m only saying the last part because when I see an ask I just don’t want to keep you hanging my mind comes up with some witty answer to it and i just-

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When you’re a kid, you think that you’ll always be… protected, and cared for. Then, one day, you realize that’s not true. If you open your eyes, you will see what we’re going through. ‘Cause when you’re alone as a kid, the monsters see you as weaker. You don’t even know they’re getting closer. Until it’s too late.

The first time the team sees Andrew and Neil kiss is in the airport when Neil is about to leave to go see Uncle Stuart.

  • No one trusts Neil to actually go visit Uncle Stuart
  • So the whole team (including Wymack and Abby) goes to the airport with him to make sure he actually gets on the plane he says he is going to get on this time
  • Even Aaron shows up in time to come along, although he doesn’t say a word to Neil and mostly looks completely uninterested in anything to do with Neil
  • But he does glance to check that Neil is actually headed for the right plane
  • Andrew meant to get Neil alone to say his goodbyes before Neil left, but that did not work out
  • From the moment they woke up to the moment Neil has to leave them at the airport, they do not get a single second alone together
  • They wake up to a big breakfast Nicky made specifically for Neil
  • And by the time they’ve eaten, the upperclassmen are streaming into the room while Neil is still getting ready
  • Their room is so full and the upperclassmen are looking around at the monsters’ dorm room and chattering away at Neil
  • Dan makes Neil promise to call and check in every night
  • Matt insists that if anything goes even remotely wrong or if Neil needs anything, that Neil should call him right away
  • Allison tells him, “Try and come back looking like you weren’t on the wrong end of a meat tenderizer this time.”
  • Renee wishes Neil luck on his trip and says how they’ll all miss him
  • She also keeps an eye on Andrew who is standing back from everyone else

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Without light, there would be no darkness.
                     Without you, there is no meaning.

Every two weeks, a language dies.

The world is diminished when it loses its human sayings, just as when it loses its diversity of plants and beasts.

In 1974 Angela Loij died. She was one of the last Ona Indians from Tierra del Fuego, way out there at the edge of the world. She was the last one who spoke their language.
Angela sang to herself, for no one else, in that language no longer recalled by anyone but her:

“I’m walking in the steps
of those who have gone.
Lost, am I.”
—  Eduardo Galeano, Children of the Days: A Calendar of Human History