↳ (6/10) Trisha Elric: "Don't call yourself a monster."
I love this line so much mostly for the fact that it had such an impact on Hohenheim. For all those years he had been alive, suffering, he had always thought that he was a monster for what happened with Father. But then Trisha comes along and tells him, no, you are not a monster. And he’s so surprised, because she was a human, just like all the souls in his body were, and she doesn’t degrade him or hate him, she accepts him. It’s almost like she forgives him, and that he was forgiven for all his indirect sins that he’s so guilty of.
HARUKA NANASE WAS NEXT TO A POOL THIS WHOLE SCENE AND NEVER LOOKED AT IT BECAUSE HE WAS CONCERNED FOR HIS FRIEND
Wow okay of all things THIS is the analysis that makes me want to cry
you know that one tumblr powerpoint someone made a few months ago about satiation slowly changing the way you perceive humor until at some point you transcend humor altogether and someday we as a society will find only magnified jpeg images of hank hill with the words WEED printed over it hilarious?
i feel like i understand that now. i feel like this is it, this photoset is the surreal, nonsensical apex we are collectively inching towards. it’s vague and incomprehensible and even kind of threatening, but it’s as inevitable as the heat death of the universe and all we can do is submit ourselves to it
Are you real
we can’t all be disney princesses like you, shannon
Glamour finally speaking my language
the worst part is
i really believe that, in another life, alfred and i could have been friends
i think i’m gonna take lil alfred the cockroach outside because i’m stressing out about the life of a cockroach and that’s not how I planned to spend my night