come to think of it, why wouldn’t someone with superman’s powers use them for physical comedy? like. buster keaton style. or dick van dyke. he is invulnerable and can fly, those are the perfect circumstances for a pratfall. half the time only he is aware that he is joking and he just looks like a clumsy asshole but he knows in his heart that the timing on that gag was perf. add this to my list of stupid fucking headcanons.
The reason why INFJs have such a hard time figuring out when their subjective logic is wrong is bc the only way for them to test out their tert-Ti theories to see if they’re valid is via inf-Se. Inf-Se is notorious for getting everything wrong bc it’s sensing abilities is literally shit. It sees things in vague detail and often even perceives things that aren’t even there. Thus u get an INFJ adamantly believing things they (unknowing) made up as ultimate truth.
The reason why INTJs are mostly immune to this? They have aux-Te which is already rooted in objective reality. The material they work with is already true.
» AU where KF have been best friends since early childhood with a shared fascination for volleyball (Prompted by Fai’s starry-eyed wonder & curiousity) & would go on to lead a top 8 elite high school volleyball team in their prefecture together - Fai as their animated, yet shrewd captain & star setter, Kurogane as the tough, but respected co-captain & widely feared team ace. ….Sound familiar….?
Haikyuu Seijouh crossover bcIwaOi is practically just a synonym forKuroFai. They pretty much run off a similar dynamic & chemistry - Iwa-Chan is like a younger Kuro-Chan <- respectively dubbed as such by their hyperactive, irksome but they’ll-stick-by-them-no-matter-the-weather-anyways companion; Oikawa & Fai - the former an extroverted, okay way more narcissistic, & ambitious version of the latter.. (Okay they’re fairly unalike at the intrinsic level) but complete with the exact same Japanese voice actor!! (Ty Namikawa Daisuke).
something i really appreciate about the second proposal is that it was the complete opposite of the first one. the first one was loud and public, but this one was understated and soft and private and he didn’t even get the words out before she was accepting and yeah… this one was perfect.
Before you ask, yes. This is a sequel to That Post, where I waste my time on a university thesis-worthy essay trying to convince you why the Danganronpa 2.5 OVA both brought a decent conclusion to Komaeda as a character, and showcased Komaeda and Hinata as perfect for each other. Am I looking too deep into everything? Possibly. Do I regret it? Nope.