Actually this part is so funny when you think about it, because can you even imagine when Grisha finally got to meet Armin and Mikasa years later? How he must have felt and reacted upon remembering Kruger’s words?
Like, he’s going home one evening and there is ? years old Eren who claims all happily that he became friend with a boy named Armin who’s super nice and knows a lot of interesting stuff and blah blah, but
upon hearing the name
Grisha just goes
…….But nah, maybe it’s just a coincidence, like, maybe other kids are named “Armin”, or will be in the future and it has nothing to do with Eren’s new friend. Nope.
And then, he randomly meets the Ackerman parents in Shiganshina a few years later because they came to town in need of a doctor and he’s the only one who doesn’t care about them being ostracized so of course he helps them, and at some point the parents tell him about how they have a daughter at home, she’s so sweet but they worry because she can’t make any friend where they live and “oh her name is Mikasa btw” and Grisha just…
Ok, but which two characters from TBS would have the stupidest conversations? The 'fmk: renaissance scientists edition' conversations, or the 'hey look i found a mario vore fanfic' conversations or that kind of thing?
I can’t believe I just had to read the phrase “mario vore fanfic” with my own two eyes. And I can’t believe that I’m sort of tempted to go to Ao3 to see if such a thing exists (I’m sure it does).
I think all the characters are capable of these conversations given the right combo. Some that immediately pop to mind are Sam/Adam, Chloe/Mark, Joan/Mark (maybe not in their current state but certainly in the past), Caleb/Alice (I know you guys haven’t met her yet but this is, like, 80% of their conversations), Sam/Agent Green, and Rose/Caleb.
People with disorders and mental illnesses that are coded as “scary” or just aren’t taken seriously are valid and deserve to feel loved. Schizophrenia, DID, BPD, OCD, I’m sorry I can’t mention all of them in one post. This goes out to everyone with mental illnesses that aren’t widely known of or that are considered scary or unlovable. Every single one of you deserve to be treated better, your struggles are not something for others to joke about. I know it gets tiresome when the only representation people give you is filled with stereotypes of violence or “weirdness”. It’s not true, society is wrong about you.
Do you happen, by any chance, to have a sideblog named wkoa ? Because either that either i may have found your soulmate, as my notes processed EXACTLY at the same time for both of you and that's way to intriguing for me not to ask ahah ! Anyways, have a good day!