ok idk if someone posted about this before but I legit cried when I realized this while I was rewatching ep1
So in episode one we see Victor skating to his theme that is subbed as stay close to me BUT I just noticed it is actually said 離れずにそばにいってよ (hanarezu ni soba ni itte yo) which literally translates to ‘Don’t leave me and stay by my side’
and I am sure we all remember when that is said again YES, In episode 7 when Yuri said the exact same thing to victor at that crying scene, (in which they subbed it as stand by me) Yuri was probably referring to the theme title and it only sounds like a way to convey his feelings as a confession, thus, we see Victor so shocked. I was wondering all that time why was he THAT shocked to see Yuri having a break down when he purposely broke his heart and expecting a meltdown like this. There, that is the reason
and maybe that’s why Victor had the courage to kiss Yuri later on and by surprise he both meant the quadrable flip and his confession…MAYBE
I am crying and I kind of both hate and love how this anime keeps attacking my feelings.
Exmuslim Woman who lives everyday in fear: Islam has ruined my life. It deprives me of all my rights. I can’t love who I want to love. I am my father’s property till I am my husband’s. I hate the hijab/niqab. Islam is misogynistic. The quran is full of contradictions. My parents would kill me if they found out. I can’t keep living like this.
Western Muslim Woman who grew up in a Liberal Family and has never read the quran: Islam doesn’t say that! That’s not the correct interpretation!! That’s not real Islam!! hashtagreligionofpeace!!!
Random Tumblr Person: STOP BEING ISLAMOPHOBIC!!! ISLAM IS PEACEFUL!!!
I used to be against any curses at all but I got involved with the wrong type of people who has been threatening to ruin my life. So I’m going to ruin theirs first.
Cigarette ash (or incense ash if you don’t smoke)
A picture, an email address or phone number, or their name. Basically a piece of paper (to burn) that represents them.
Take the candle, and carve the words “ashes to ashes” in it. Take the ashes and sprinkle it over their representative, saying the words, “et animam tuam ad cinerem” (may your life turn to ashes). Then burn the paper, mix it with the rest of the cigarette ashes and bury it somewhere away from your house. Let the candle burn completely down.