instead of saying “nighty night” you should say “MIGHTY night” to give the person you are speaking to strength in their dreams
D—> MIGHTY night Nepeta
D—> STRONG dreams
this is so cute i might cry
*begins to rap anxiously in the middle of an exam*
Electrode, Diglett, Nidoran, Mankey
Venusaur, Rattata, Fearow, Pidgey…
hey followers is everyone feeling okay??? do you want some tea??? hot chocolate??? *puts in your favorite movie* *wraps you in fluffy blankets* *kisses your forehead* *whispers* i love you so much i just want everyone to be happy and safe
why dont you
why do not you
FUCK THIS I HATE EVERTHING
I FUCKING HATE THAT THING OH MY GOD I CANT STAND IT ;A;
yEAH I WASNT PLANNING ON SLEEP THAT NIGHT ANYWAY
You know what?
Trisha Elric is such a strong character. Especially in the original anime.
Think about it.
Her husband, her LOVER, left her (I say in 2003!anime because he’s a dick and had a shitty reason to leave her), didn’t even tell her WHY, and looked after TWO little boys by HERSELF. In…
I never thought Hohenheim’s reason was that bad. Maybe incorrect and shallow but it’s not terrible. He didn’t want his kids seeing him decay, and all the troubles related to it and his immortality. He still should have been in their lives though; send them a letter or something.
I made this text post a while ago and have actually changed my opinions since then <:
I think his reasons to leave were more legitimate in Brotherhood, but then again maybe even then I’m wrong for saying that. I can understand why he’d leave in the original. Maybe he could have handled it better buuut ya know what can ya do? Still, Trisha was very strong.