Spirit of Steel

I want to be a Pokemon Trainer

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Kiss Art Challenge

tokidoki-hokeypokey:

Give me a pairing and a number and I’ll draw them kissing.

(don’t know if this is already out there, but I suddenly felt like doing it)

  1. on the forehead
  2. on the nose
  3. on the cheek
  4. on the eyelids
  5. on the ear
  6. on the lips (cute)
  7. on the lips (passionate)
  8. on the chin
  9. on the neck
  10. on the shoulder
  11. on the back
  12. on the hand
  13. on the foot
  14. on the leg
  15. on the chest/torso
  16. on the butt
  17. on the naughty-bits

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Filed under oooh! this seems interesting just don't expect it right away because it's midnight over here and I'm not supposed to be up ask box meme

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I honest wonder if Satoshi would even really care if he never saw Shinji again.

Satoshi doesn’t live in the past. He always moving forward, always looking towards the future. And on top of that, he no longer really has a problem with letting people go.

Shinji was an exception, obviously, which makes their parting stand out a bit due to the fact that Shinji was not a travel companion, but a rival. A rival who he constantly argued with and butted heads with. They didn’t even become friends in the end. But they grew to mutually respect each other, and after their battle, when they had their conversation during the sunset, it seemed like both of them didn’t want to part.

…That being said, Satoshi has not once mentioned Shinji since then. We’ve never seen him even think about Shinji. When Satoshi recounted his past to Iris and Dent in BW, he left Shinji out, despite him and Shinji supposedly having a connection. (Did Satoshi even mention his Sinnoh journey at all? I’ve never actually seen the episode.)

While Satoshi does like to indulge in nostalgia every once in a while, he overall prefers to live in the present. I’m sure he holds the memories of Shinji in his heart, and if Shinji were to ever return, he might possibly say that he missed him… But I kind of feel like if him and Shinji really were to never meet again, Satoshi wouldn’t even really be all that affected. Shinji will just end up being an old part of Satoshi’s adventures, a distant memory. Someone that he forged a bond with despite the odds, only to never meet him again. And I honestly don’t know if Satoshi would mind.

In fact, I think Shinji would actually be more hurt by that idea than Satoshi would. Shinji seems to hold on to past. Or at least, hold on to things that greatly affect him, which Satoshi did. Shinji will probably regard him as a big part of his Sinnoh journey. Shinji might ultimately think about Satoshi more than Satoshi thinks about him. Shinji has no other healthy human relationships outside of his brother, and if him and Satoshi really don’t ever meet again, then I maybe Shinji will think about how he had the chance to start one with Satoshi. How he could have stayed behind that day, how him and Satoshi could have started off fresh… How he could have maybe made his first friend had he tried hard enough. Now he’s lost that opportunity and regrets it. All those “what ifs” could hurt him more than they could ever hurt Satoshi.

Filed under this is what i think about when i'm feeling melodramatic shinji had a possibility of showing up in xy though so yeah and who knows maybe shinji wouldn't even really give a shit either spirit talks headcanon i guess this post is pointless i'm sorry comashipping