*scoffing* Boyfriend? I don't want to be Misaki's boyfriend!
*cleaning a glass in the bar* Well, what do you want then?
*slumps down and hits head on bar* I don't know. I just want to be with him. All the time. I want to hear about his day and tell him about mine. I want to hold his hand and smell his hair. But I don't want to be his stupid boyfriend. Because Misaki is stupid. And HOMRA is stupid. And you're stupid. And Captain is stupid. You know who else is stupid? Everyone. Everyone is stupid. Stupid Misaki won't even look at me. And another thing-
Pairing: Castiel x Reader Warnings: none. Summary: Cas is infatuated with a waitress at a little rinky dinky cafe.
Cas closed his eyes, his hands wrapped around a warm cup of coffee, listening to the beautiful sounds that was coming out of her mouth as she talked to the other customers. Her. He didn’t know her name. Or anything about her, really. He just knew that ever since he lost his grace, and discovered this little hole in the wall cafe, he’s been infatuated with you.
I saw @nyublackneko post about this crossover, and I love it!!!
Both Undertale and Keroro!
They use to be the anime I had to wake up early on weekends to watch!
I especially love Corporal Giroro! And also Undyne is the first character I like from undertale >///<
They perfectly match!! I love those pair you made! I bet they’re gonna be best buddies!
Today I saw a car with two Trump stickers and a Coexist sticker.
Buddy pal friend, I think you’ve made it pretty clear who you won’t coexist with, or who you’re otherwise okay with getting completely fucked over by Trump’s administration and supporters…like Muslims, LGBT people, disabled people, people of color, Jews, poor people…
The ASM looked at the schedule and asked me, "Wow, you're not working until Saturday!?" Except I'm actually not working until Sunday (today is Monday) and you made the schedule, my buddy dude guy. You did this.
After finally finding his way out of the maze in the astral plane, Shiro reaches the end of his original timeline and realizes that in the brief five minutes he spent between realities, Zarkon had been defeated — and another ten-thousand years had passed. Desperate to return to all he’s ever known, he begs Time turn back. Shiro’s wish is fulfilled, but before he steps through the wormhole to the past, he’s told the only reason the Galran Empire crumbled was because of his absence, and that there is no timeline where he exists and Zarkon is overcome. With anguish, Shiro decides it best for him to accept his destiny, but a higher order tempts him with a deal — a chance to reunite with Voltron without derailing the war against Zarkon in exchange for just one thing: his time.