This scene had me red in the face and squealing like a four year old in the toy aisle of a grocery store. Go watch it if you don’t believe me. 10/10.
The addition of Ryuuji’s gentle face caress is what really sends this over the top for me. Oof, got me feeling some type of way.
No list is complete without a little BL thrown in the mix 😉 but seriously, the kiss scenes in this anime were so hot- *cough cough* heartwarming, I couldn’t pick just one.
Kamisama Kiss [Kamisama Hajimemashita]
This was the first romance anime I ever watched and BOI was it a great one. I mean Tomoe is just 😍. Would lay down my life for this anime, so do yourself a favor and get onboard.
Yuri!!! on Ice
If y'all weren’t expecting this to be on the list, then can you truly call yourself an anime connoisseur? This scene literally broke the internet and for a very valid reason. If you didn’t audibly gasp or release a high pitched squeal of excitement we can’t be friends.
The Magicians is a show that was created and produced in 2015. Currently, it’s a one season show but the premiere of the second season will be on January 25th, 2017. It’s a show of magic being able to exist in the world realistically. To make magic more believable, they explain there are different worlds that all coexist in various dimensions and these unique places allow different abilities. There is the normal world, and then there are various portals that are controlled so only certain people can go through them. It’s either you know about the fantasy worlds and is involved, or you have no idea they exist and live a normal life on earth. These particular people are magicians, witches, or any other fantasy creature but in the show magicians and witches are mainly seen. The main characters that the show evolves around is Quinn, who is a powerful magician and his childhood friend Julia who’s is also involved with magic. They both were born and raised as normal children on earth but they always felt there was more in the world and they we’re always interested in magic. They fell in love with these fantasy books about a magical world called Fillary. Instead of growing up and moving on with his life, Quinn couldn’t move past this magical world in his books and became depressed because he felt so useless and didn’t feel he belonged in the world. His feeling of misplacement was a foreshadowing moment because he eventually gets involved with magic and a mission that’s bigger than himself. While he can never grow up from his magic fantasy his best friend, Julia, starts focusing on college and tries to push Quinn along too, to grow up. What Them moving on was interrupted when in one magic dimension there is a college for magic and every year they seek out students from the real world that are involved in magic to take an entrance test to see if they have the potential to become a real magician. They both get chosen to try out for the college of magic, but only Quinn makes it and attends. Julia doesn’t make it and to prevent her from telling people on earth about a magical world they take the people’s memories away. Julia didn’t want to forget it, so she somehow immunes herself to forget, and when she arrives back in daily life, magic consumes her. It’s all she ever wanted in life, and she found it hard to live normally now, knowing all that she learned so Julia gets caught up with different groups of people who use and have various types of magic so she can still be involved with this other world. The show follows her journey of trying to learn and have magic from different places and people and Quinn’s journey of learning magic preferably and typically. At this college called Brakebills University, Quinn starts to make friends that stick with him the whole show. The friend’s also become primary and essential characters in the show; they are Alice, Elliot, Margo, Penny, and Kady. Together they plan on destroying a beast that lives in Quinn’s, thought to be a fantasy world, Fillary, which ended up being real. The beast is the central conflict the shows revolves around. Yes throughout the show there is a small conflict between characters, but they always get resolved and come back to the issue of trying to save the future. I was happy to see that Julia and Quinn get reconnected at the end since this was all they ever wanted in their lives. I enjoyed this show because the authors create a realistic description of how magic could coexist in life. They have spells which need ingredients and is a process making it seem realistically capable. The ingredients also aren’t crazy ingredients like we see in other fantasy movies and shows about magic. Also, magic isn’t used to clean your room or make little daily demands it’s used as a weapon, protection, healing, reading minds, traveling, telling the future and so much more. It’s a show that changes the stereotypes of a magical fantasy show, which is why I feel in love with it. The new season starts at the end of January so hurry now on Netflix to get caught up.
My Uterus: OHHHH we have to prepare for the baby! It's gotta have nice room... Me: ... um... My Uterus: It will have lots of comfy room to grow and all that Me: Um... there is no baby My Uterus: The fuck did you just say? Me: I said there's no baby. I'm not pregnant. My Uterus: FUCK YOU FUCK ME FUCK THIS ALL I GUESS I HAVE TO TEAR EVERYTHING DOWN NOW DON'T WE NOW FUCK YOU FOR NOT HAVING A BABY Me: Owwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww whyyyyyy My Uterus: NO BABY THAT'S WHY
He is such an underrated character. He was a cinnamon role and just wanted to help the entire movie. No Hans bullshit, no pressuring her into a relationship, just love.
He gave support, he was patient, he was unconditionally kind, he accepted all the difficulties with child services and all the weird alien visitors with barely a blink. He dove into the ocean to rescue Stitch because Lilo was worried. And through it all, he proved that he was more than willing to do everything in his power to help these girls and make them smile, without any thought of a reward or being “owed” for his friendship.
Even his line at the end, when Nani thanks him for helping her find a job (”That’s okay. You can just date me and we’ll call it even.”), is delivered with a certain amount of humor, and his behavior throughout the rest of the film shows that he would still accept it if she turned him down. Because more than just liking Nani, he RESPECTS her.
Clarke is kind of pissed. Well,
she’s actually a lot pissed, but she’s pretending to only be kind of pissed
because she probably doesn’t have all that much reason to be pissed, according
to everyone she’s complained to. It’s alright for them. They didn’t get stuck in the stupid ensemble when they really
should have been playing Nancy.
Clarke has been in this theatre group for years,
and they think they can just throw her in the chorus and she’ll be happy?
Not likely. Also, she suspects the reason the director picked Octavia over her
to play Nancy
is because Octavia is thinner and that just pisses Clarke off even more.