It’s sad isn’t it? Humans. They never learn to see what’s right there in front of them. Such hollow beings who have an insatiable desire for everything and anything beyond what they may possess. Eventually, they realize what they had was something do very valuable. But here’s the catch, they only notice when they’re about to lose it. Or when they do. So what’s the difference? Between something that is lost, and something that they don’t have? The contrast is negligible, both things are now no longer in their possession.
“I’ve never had a conversation with her, maybe that makes me an idiot, but that’s okay. Because hearing her argue so passionately about things most people don’t care about unless it’s for a grade is refreshing. About themes and metaphors, and important things only your teacher notices. She can make the whole class laugh and yet, still has the teachers in love with her.”
I think it’s quite funny
No one ever sees themselves
Yet we look around us
And we claim we know so many
You’re afraid, you say,
That someone will see you
The way you see yourself
Well darling, I think you should
The way you see
Because to me, you are
You are everything anyone could ever want,
Or want to be.
Title: Assumptions Pairing: Jotaro Kujo/Noriaki Kakyoin Rating: T+ for non-explicit sexual themes Themes: Fluff, some Hurt/Comfort, LGBT characters, First Time Trigger Warnings: Intimacy, Sexual Themes, Mentions of Violence, Stealth Transgender Character, Unplanned/Accidental Outing, Dysphoria mention
In retrospect, it was probably a poor idea for Noriaki to assume that Jotaro’s perception meant he didn’t have the same propensity for overblown cluelessness that his grandfather did. It seemed to be a family trait; Joestars appeared to be unparalled in their observation skills, but the obvious would pass right under their noses, sometimes literally.