Denmark was ok, but we had cute guys in kilts and free alcohol.
I DIDN’T GET IT.
Until I did.
OOC: Why is—OH.
Oh. I get it now.
yep. shoulda seen that coming.
Am I the only one who thinks step two is nonsensical and should be more helpful!?!?
Step three could be a little clearer, it doesn’t really explain how to close the deal.
are you kidding? it makes total sense! what are you talking about??
they need to make giant signs out of this and plaster them around conventions
(Sadly I think I’m a mix of the two… What does that make me?)
someone is going to make a pairing out of this.
just wait for it.
You know, one thing that makes me sad is that… there’s nothing inherently wrong with the attire of the girl on the right. Isn’t it remarkably sad that there’s such a negative association going on with people’s dress because of so many socially awkward encounters with those who regularly wear certain articles of clothing?
The post dosen’t list the negativs of dressing like that, it lists the personalitys.
My cousin dresses like the bad fan, but acts like the good one. While I have had the missfortune of dealing with normaly dressed people that act like the bad fan.
But that’s EXACTLY what it’s implying. Why else is the girl on the right dressed more eccentrically than the girl on the left? They’re implying girls who dress like that act like what they listed.
Shizuo: Speaking of which, there’s something I don’t get about Russia……is “Siberia” the name of a city like Japan’s Tokyo or Osaka?
Vorona: Siberia……the correct pronunciation of which is Сибирь, may denote a Federal District of Russia or a wider area. The meanings are many-layered.
Tom: Hmm, so it’s like the Kantou Plain or Kantou Area in general?
Vorona: And in Japan they also call a certain kind of dessert Siberia. Explanations vary as to how the name originated, among which a theory exists that it comes from the delicious fillings inside the Castella resembling the tundra and railways in Siberia.
Shizuo: I see.
Vorona: The Castella is said to be the first cake variety to be introduced to Japan. After that the Japanese developed their unique cake culture under various influences from different countries. The variety called the shortcake is also uniquely Japanese. At Christmas the Japanese are especially big on cakes, and on the streets all kinds of cakes send tantalizing smells to my nasal cavity.
Shizuo: ……. Oi, Vorona -
Vorona: What is it?
Shizuo: ……Are you craving some? Cake, I mean.
Vorona: ……! …….It is impossible for me to deny this, but it is shameful to be suspected that I have been deceiving you for the sake of food. So I guess sempai too finds the idea of adults being obsessed with desserts juvenile and immature……
Shizuo: Me too.
Shizuo: I too like sweet stuff. What do you say, should we go eat cake to our hearts’ content for lunch?
Vorona: …… Thank you very much.
Tom: ……Does my opinion even matter anymore? Well, whatever.
COULD THESE TWO BE ANY CUTER TOGETHER-????
Petting a cats belly is a sign of trust and love from the cat….and trust me, when a cat trusts you that goes from a fuck you to a fuck yes.
OOOOMMMGG LK GOT A OFFICIAL VOICE JOB ON K-OH THE MOVIE AHHH WATCHING IT FOREVER AND FAPPING IN THE BACKGROUND
That’s my job.
Happy Birthday Izaya! I hope you’re having a great birthday! You’re awesome! :D