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“Toradora!” has one of the best kiss scenes in any anime

I don’t know how to hold you as anything other than my everything.


So we settled for nothing instead.

MK Ireland #268 : what we lack

In Dragon Age 4 there should be more variety to flirting. And I mean how you flirt. Do you want to be an inexperienced flirter? Casual flirter? Seductive flirter? Those should all be an option and they are just like the tones in DA2 and Inquisition. All you have to do is pick the flirt option and it creates a new dialogue wheel that you pick from.

Why should they have different types of flirting and such? Because not everyone wants their character to be a suave and experienced flirter like they write in the game (most the time). People might be self-inserting themselves into the game and feel like the flirting does not matches them.

Along with having options to flirt, you should be able to choose when the sexual part of the relationship starts. Not have it suddenly sprung onto you and make you extremely uncomfortable, if it does. Or you could choose if your character even wants to have a sexual side to the relationship. Or even choose to have a healthy poly relationship. Or a healthy open relationship.

I know this probably won’t ever happen, but I can dream.

anonymous asked:

I really wish I had a relationship like theirs tbh, how do I get that without, you know, having to fight in a war and almost die more times than you can count? lmao

I thought a lot about this, this strange place we put ourselves in when we read romance stories primarily about people in rather extraordinary and difficult situations, which are romantic and dramatic and really interesting to get lost in as a viewer, but have nothing to do with real life or would be rather horrible and not romantic at all if they did. I think it’s easy to assume it’s the characters or their type of relationship or even their situation that we are attracted to, but I don’t think that’s it. We’re attracted to what this genre of stories really provide us with: certainty. For all the twists and turns, we know where this story is going. We know how it will end. We have endless, steady faith in that.

Interestingly enough it’s a certainty that the characters themselves don’t enjoy. They don’t know that things won’t end abruptly or painfully or without meaning. They don’t know that this person they’ve risked falling in love with isn’t going to leave or fall out of love with them or betray them or die. That they themselves won’t screw it up or cheat or just get it wrong, wrong, wrong. They don’t know any of that, which is exactly what drives the drama of stories. But we, the readers, we do know them–their inner thoughts, their feelings, their intentions. We know these characters and are secure in our knowledge of who they are in a way we will never be able to be with any real person in our lives. It is our certainty of meaning and happy endings and everything being okay that drives the genre, and our interest in romance as a whole. 

We don’t want to live these characters lives or have their pasts or their situations or the drama they face. For all the endless appeal of this genre, we do well to remember that.

It’s not the characters or their situations or even their relationships that we yearn for, it’s the certainty we feel when we read about them. We wish we could feel so certain in our own lives as we do about theirs. And that, more than anything, is what draws us back to these stories again and again. 

Slytherin, Drunk: *walks into kitchen*

Slytherin: *Looks at ravenclaw*

Slytherin: *in high pitched voice* Can you tell the time?

Slytherin: *in low pitched voice* I am not, fucking, drunk!

Slytherin: *Waddled out of kitchen as Ravclaw cries with laughter behind them*