This good bye tastes different
It’s got more of a finality to it-
a subtle hint of everything
that has crashed down around us

There’s no more room
for fighting or crying
No tearing down each other’s walls
or even building them back up again

so this good bye tastes different
in that “I could’ve sworn this was gonna last but we still ended up here” kind of way

this good bye is just
you, me,
and not enough reasons to stay

—  is this what good bye is supposed to sound like

my favorite overwatch experience has got to be when i was friended by a kid who must have been like, 10-12?

so he goes on the game chat during a match and he adds me and afterwards we join in a group together. and i was like whatever i’ll do a match with this kid for the extra xp and then log off

then he adds me to this ridiculous 2 on 2 custom match with 2 of his friends who are ALSO small children

and they must have confused my feminine voice with an underdeveloped male voice because they thought i was a male child too and referred to me as “he” as replaced the “ms.” in my battletag as “mr.” and it was just a fucking delight for 30 minutes i was one of the guys

It Ethan. Behold the true @crankgameplays
He a good ice cream boi.
He totally doesnt have drugs anywhere. Look at that pure face. How could that face be anything but lawful.

Knowing that Kaitlin isn’t going to get any industry recognition for Dee this season is making me kind of angry. She’s always fantastic, but there’s something about these last few episodes that have been especially wonderful.

1-Look at Hero or Hate Crime, when Charlie confesses that they’ve been smoking together:

In a matter of seconds, she goes through several emotions-

  1. slight confusion from Charlie’s plan to cover smells
  2. surprise that he told them about the smoking thing
  3. betrayal/ ‘what are you doing?!’

Notice how she freezes, leans just slightly forward, then farther back

2- In The Gang Tends Bar-

She makes three facial expressions that, in progression, show her feelings 

  1. At the beginning, “aw that’s really sweet, I love him”
  2. Middle, she snaps out of it and looks at the other guys
  3. Lastly, she has a regretted look on her face because she knows she has to rip Charlie up… but remember in The Gang Misses the Boat when Charlie and Dee have a conversation and Charlie says the guys make him do stuff he doesn’t want to do and Dee says it’s peer pressure? I think she ripped Charlie up because a) she’s afraid of her own feelings, and b) she feels peer pressured into doing it

3-Then later in The Gang Tends Bar-

I originally meant it to be funny, but it’s still important.

When Mac gives Dennis the rocket launcher

  1. She looks kind of happy for Dennis. Her brother is making some progress and actually has feelings and cares about things, and got a gift that he loved, which probably means more after his confession that he’s hurt that they never get him anything for valentines.
  2. Maybe even glad that Dennis has Mac, and that being an “old married couple” and the “codependency” she accused them of is actually good.
  3. That if Dennis can show such raw feelings in front of everyone, and he and Mac can have their thing, then maybe it’s okay to accept that she does feel lonely, and there may actually be some kind of connection with/ feelings for Charlie.
  4. Mac and Dennis really have strong feelings for each other, and she’s gonna have to continue sharing a bed with two people who are in love with each other.

(2 was taken from this post, so I take no credit for that great observation)

my otp: *does the face touching thing*


anonymous asked:

Do you believe DR is truly over?

Quite the opposite, actually! People who took the end of ndrv3 to mean that DR is over I don’t think looked at a full translation of the epilogue.

The game very well could have ended with all of the characters dying, and it initially seemed as if it were going to at first. The credits literally happen and the game “ends” at first just after Kiibo blasts the whole dome over the school to pieces, with no sign that anyone else could possibly have been alive. And it actually takes you back to the menu and talks about your save data before “glitching” and seguing into the epilogue.

In the epilogue, we’re shown three survivors, rather than none, and even though “fiction is over” and the fictional world of the killing game show has been blasted apart, Saihara and the others very much agree on the fact that the story is still continuing.

Some of the very last lines in the game are things like “fiction isn’t over,” “the story isn’t over,” “the story continues.” So I think this is a very clear sign that DR has a long way to go; it’s just going to constantly be outdoing itself in trying new things and taking stuff in a different direction!