We all say that we would love to have Hiroki as our lit teacher, but let’s be honest. If we were to have a teacher like him, we’d send him to the higher authorities in a flash! I mean who in their right mind would want a teacher who throws hazardous and considerably dangerous objects to our heads?! Yes, you are counted in this pelting practice! Is it only a rumor? He certainly didn’t deny that he does this… I’m not sure what goes on with the policies of Japan. Don’t look at me, I’m just a high school kid! But I’d say Hiro’s lucky he isn’t getting kicked to the curb.
I MEAN HE THREW A CUP
IS THAT CERAMIC?! WHO’S PHONE IS THAT?!!
AND LET’S NOT FORGET HIS SIGNATURE WEAPON: BOOKS
I’ve thrown books before and believe me, the spine of a paperback is good enough.
When I started watching Sekaiichi Hatsukoi, I hated Yokozawa and the fact that he tried to get in between Takano and Onodera, but by the end of the day, he was just a man who was in love with his best friend. He wasn’t a bad guy after all.
A few months ago, my older brother brought home a dog from a friend. She is considered trained- she knows how to play dead, sit, go outside, and ‘model’. But there are a few things that I have problems with. She still isn’t exactly used to us. She will only go to my brother. She start to bark at me and my younger brother out of the blue. She always keeps her distance. I don’t know what makes her do this, is she scared of something, is there a history? If I’m lucky, she will sniff my knee but I cannot touch her. She will stand next to my dog/puppy,but she won’t play with her. I also realize that her tail is almost always between her legs. I swear there is a history to this, but what is it?!
Don’t you just hate it when you have to explain dog stuff to “dog lovers” and “experienced dog owners”?
NO pinning your dog onto its back is not going to suddenly make it obedient.
NO the dog that is looking away, licking its lips, giving you big eyes does NOT want to be…
Now, I am not disagreeing with you. I do consider Cesar as a decent rehabilitator. I’ve only watched a few of his episodes, I know his methods are not recommended, and I know dog psychology is not something one can simply master, but can you please explain Daddy and the rest of the pack?
I see all these posts of very long lectures/rants and I’m thinking of the possibilities like; ‘where do they have the energy to write all that?’, ‘what is it about the topic that makes them so passionate?’, ‘what offended them so much to rage?’, ‘how do they pull it off and not make fools of themselves?’, ‘do they get anon hate for it?’, ‘how does the person who failed to make justice feel when they get upstaged?’
A muggle-born’s sibling sends them a howler in the middle of the school year and it arrives while they eat. When they open it, all it does is simply scream “WHAT TEAM?”. Nearly all the muggle-borns shout “WILDCATS!” before returning to their meal, leaving the pure-bloods in total confusion of what the hell they just witnessed.
When students go to Hogsmeade, a muggleborn forgets their money at Hogwarts, so their friend offers to pay for something at Honeydukes and he just asks “So, what do you want?” and the muggleborn just goes “YOOOO I’LL TELL YOU WHAT I WANT WHAT I REALLY REALLY WANT” and it…
Okay but muggleborns hanging out with their pureblood friends off school grounds and all of a sudden their phone goes off real loud and all the pureblood kids jump back like spooked cats and whip out their wands, and the muggleborn kids don’t even flinch like “chill guys it’s just my mom”
I think that people, purebloods, never give muggleborns the credit that they deserve. They have grown up human so far, and have that dumb ingenuity that only humans can posses. They would be sassy. They would have the common sense to put magic, and normal things together that…
Just take a moment to imagine Muggleborn/Halfblood students at Hogwarts enchanting the school’s utensils, plates, etc so when Dumbledore is going to give his usual announcement/speech all the utensils suddendly come to life and start singing really loudly “Be our Guest” to him.