i kind of want to buy a punching bag and some gloves so i can pretend to be cool too…………..
Seo Yuzuki ☆
christ, just look at him, sources are saying
i mixed together a simple homemade dry shampoo made out of cornstarch and cocoa powder today!
it works very well but unfortunately because i am clumsy and careless i ended up spending 3/4 of an hour vainly trying to get the excess out of my hair and then cleaning up the cocoa apocalypse in my bathroom
which kind of renders the whole timesaving point of dry shampoo moot huh
Well, I noticed you obviously figured it out before I responded (naturally, since I took a billion years to do so), but I’m impressed at your kindness for sending this regardless, hahaha! I’m sorry again for taking so long!
I’m talking about season 2! In vague terms, again, both the core concept of it and the execution had me banging my head against the wall, but of course it’s best if you make up your own mind when you get around to watching it!
“Oh hey man didn’t see you there how’s it go-“
“Excuse me Jimmy wha-“
THIS STILL MAKES ME LAUGH A LOT FDSLKJFDSSFD
turtleen said: Yeah, exactly. Probably it makes HIM feel better about doing it, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it is better. That he has more of a conscience than the others display, that’s good, but sort of moot if you ultimately ignore it.
and honestly, part of it comes across as strategic in and of himself, whether hideyoshi is consciously doing this or not - he comes across as the “good guy” as he’s pressuring people with the others so it has sort of those manipulative good cop/bad cop overtones, when he knows he’s being backed up by the likes of eva, kyrie, rudolf, etc
i vaguely recall a few scenes where the siblings were all piling on natsuhi and it definitely felt like hideyoshi was trying to come across as the more “reasonable” one, but what does that really come down to when he’s still trying to achieve the same goal as everyone else
turtleen replied to your post:I’ve recently reread the Ep 7 Tea party, and I find it really strange that most people tend to see Hideyoshi as the one good adult when he was just as simpering and gross as Eva when he immediately tries to justify his (however accidental) murder of Krauss, or when he’s just as eager as her to split the cash with Kyrie and Rudolf after they murder Rosa, it just seems weird when most people focus on how gross the siblings+Kyrie are, but sort of just glance over Hideyoshi as the one good one.
It’s totally one of those cases where, in comparison, he looks amazing, so it’s easy to forget the objectively terrible things he does. Coupled with the way he comes across as very kind and caring, often even while doing something awful….
Yeah, I think Hideyoshi isn’t actively malicious towards the other people, unlike the basket of interpersonal poison the actual Ushiromiya siblings have towards each other, but he’s still looking out for number one when it comes down to it. I do think he’s genuinely uncomfortable with being an outright vicious asshole/twisting the knife about being a terrible person, and is uncomfortable with his wife doing so as well, but does that really make it any better - that he’ll treat Natsuhi nicely and politely while joining in on the plot to destroy she and her family? I guess it depends on how you look at it/frame it?
i watched the new silent hill trailer/demo with julie and it was too scary for me even when i was drunk
therefore when i say “i watched” it was more like “staring off into space and then quickly glancing very nervously at the screen every thirty seconds or so before drinking more alcohol and occasionally covering my eyes”
on the other hand the alcohol was good preparation for free so it worked out