"In honor of the series’ 15th anniversary, a pair of anime projects have been announced. A sequel to the original Digimon Adventure featuring a 17-year-old Tai/Taichi with a high school age cast has been revealed. Along with that upcoming anime, the 15th anniversary event also announced plans to release a Japanese Blu-ray set of the original Adventure."
“oh yeah let’s go out today oh oops first i have to walk through this water with seastars ok”
i’d just lie there in the water
I’d love this actually
What he says: how do u know when lesbian sex is over???
What he means: I’ve never given a woman an orgasm ever in my life
I really fucking hate it when guys act like marriage is literally the end of their lives like if it’s so fucking bad, and you hate it so much, don’t get fucking married and put your spouse through hell because you’re shit. If you feel trapped you’re doing it wrong.
Filed under: Sitcom Tropes That Need to Go Away Forever
I like to make these every so often as a little sweet treat. And since I love peach cobbler these are a very simple alternative.
So, you only need a few things:
- 1 8oz. can of crescent rolls
- 1 stick unsalted butter
- 3/4 cup brown sugar
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- 1 tsp. cinnamon
- canned, sliced peaches
Preheat the oven to 350 and grease an 8 x 8 baking dish.
Wrap a peach slice (or two depending on the size) in a crescent roll. Place them all in the greased baking dish.
In a separate saucepan melt the butter and stir in the brown sugar, cinnamon, and vanilla. When thickened pour over the dumplings.
Bake dumplings for 30 - 40 minutes, until golden brown. You can sprinkle additional brown sugar on top if you like.
I just love these.
I just love how everyone in class doesn’t give a frick what Nagisa does as long as he bothers the hell out of Rei and only Rei
Hide &SeekOnly I will catch you.
I want a detailed 2000 word essay explaining this ominous piece of foreshadowing, on my desk by Monday. Dismissed.
To me, this whole situation with Lisa is a tragedy in the making and I also saw red flags during this scene because it was very telling.
Nine knows that nothing good will come out of aligning themselves with Lisa—Twelve on the other hand, whether he likes her romantically or platonically, cares enough for Lisa to shelter her—he’s become distracted with her, compromised in a sense and knowing that he has crossed a line that both he and Nine acknowledge at the end of the episode. (His guilty face was so cute^^)
To me, this episode signified the being of their unraveling. Lisa is Twelve’s weakness, while Five is Nine’s weakness for better lack of word.
This whole scene screamed to me that the respective women in their life—in some way somehow—are going to be their downfall.
This show is not going to end happy :(
Typical of Yoko Kanno.
Fun fact, I did a report on Yoko Kanno. Man, she is just beyond talented. I worship the ground she walks on.