Loki and the CriticBecause you asked for it, Essteka. XDDD
I had to see 5 (yes, five, you read that correct) times the video and read the comments section to form a proper thought to reply:
On one part, some of the jokes were funny with the NC commenting on the Woobie trope and NC fanfiction and his reaction at the Thorki incest stuff and that some people may think he's got the hots for Loki (that'd be amazing *put clichéd silly sigh here*) by only reading the title and not watching the video. He's pretty funny when he mocks himself or makes himself look silly.
And some of his breakdown of Loki is pretty good: Loki does have an afflicted self-esteem after he discovers his true parentage, and he hides his insecurities with his newfound power.
He's also very arrogant; making him underestimate any opponent he faces, which is why he fails constantly (which is a trait taken from the comics too).
Low self-esteem + self-hate + disrespect towards others/arrogance + internalized racism by growing up believing the
I rather like youThere are things about Ryuzaki that I like a lot even if first I think gross about him.
He has the habit of firstly picking very carefully the food he’s gonna eat. He selects it, even.
Many people think his hands are sweaty and greasy; I thought of it too, but for casualty one day we both held hands and they were really soft! And they smelt like a lady’s cosmetic, which is weird I guess. It wasn’t actually mine the cosmetic, mind you, but still it’s weird.
I’m sitting in front of him, and as he simply stares into the computer screen, I take that moment to see how gently he unwraps his candies and then puts them in his mouth with grace. I’ve never seen anyone put that much care into eating candy, is that normal?
No, silly Misa, you know that. Ryuzaki is not normal.
But that is why he’s…interesting, I guess.
He turns, and directly looks at me. I feel strange: my chest turns in quickly, my spine goes still and my eyes pop out. Ryuzaki doesn
To BreathIt feels quite nice to be sitting here. We just arrived at this restaurant; Bolin seems familiar with it. I've never been here before, but the scent is enough to guarantee myself that this will be a great night. We sit in the nearest table to the windows. The cool fresh breeze of the night is a nice contrast against the heat of the place inside. Bolin gives a wide smile after we sit:
-Nice place, huh? The food's quite good too. Mako and I some time ago used to come, but since we…-he stopped for a moment, what for?- Well, we've been busy with the tournament and all. And then you came over and everything went fantastic! I can never give you enough thanks for that!
I give a giant smile towards the compliment. The time with the Fire Ferrets has been quite fun and new to experience, at least for me. I'm overly fond of Tenzin and the time he's taken to teach me, but I feel I'm learning many things that even Tenzin himself doesn't know at the Fire Ferrets. New tricks, new moves…it's perfect f
Of Tricksters and Unicorns part 5-What made her speak again, then?- The magician inquired, slightly touching the end of his pointy hat. Molly just sat on the table, trembling as a scared little girl. The magician noted this odd behavior:
-Did she frighten you?- Molly reflected upon mentioning what she saw in the room, but then decided not to. There are subjects everybody understands, and then there are the ones only women understand. I'm so sorry, Schmendrick.
-No, she spoke again…When the princes and their friends agreed to take part in a hunt, by the woods…She almost had an attack right there. She did not want any dragon killed, apparently.
-Hmm, that's odd…She told me once, a long time ago, she slew two dragons with her own sword –at that word he raised his eyebrows towards Molly, as if to aware her-…But time passed and now she's changed, it seems.
-Maybe she thinks only her kin can slay creatures such as dragons…Something about others doing it may feel wrong…-it felt wrong to her having this conversation, in such