new-mauville:

Would you like to rest your Pokémon?

new-mauville:

Would you like to rest your Pokémon?

octupac:

u hate me?? wow so much in common already

vriska-inferno:

I’m sorry. I really am. but I just. I love them……… so much……..

vriska-inferno:

I’m sorry. I really am. but I just. I love them……… so much……..

playing the line-dot-thing game with Hoenn Map
kandismon:

just one hug, that’s all i’m asking for.

kandismon:

just one hug, that’s all i’m asking for.

luvlymilk:

"There are many pokemon yet to be discovered"
traditional preview of one of my new prints!

luvlymilk:

"There are many pokemon yet to be discovered"

traditional preview of one of my new prints!

when you listen to a song so much that you start to hear instruments you didn’t before 

When contemplating a $15.00 purchase
10-year-old me: Wow idk that's a lot of money
15-year-old me: Kickass, that's so cheap
20-year-old me: Wow idk that's a lot of money
This episode actually gives us yet another reason as of why Nagisa was so adamant about convincing Rei into joining the club... it's possible that he may have seen himself (pre-iwatobi) in Rei, all that study-and-no-fun kind of person, and he didn't want him to suffer like he did in the past!
Anonymous

theory-of-beauty:

ANON THIS IS PERFECT ANALYSIS

I didn’t even think of this! The parallels between who Nagisa used to be, and who Rei used to be are so on-point!

He saw himself in Rei, and that was what made him need to persuade him, more than anyone else, to join swim club. He wanted to bring fun into Rei’s life, too. 

And Rei shows that there can be a balance between studying and fun (though, of course, he does find studying fun…). And this is something he can show Nagisa to make sure he never has to quit swim club.