Thanks for making me hungry >.>
suffer with me
goddamn writing about food now i want a bagel AND a burger and fries and it’s too late for either of those things and i don’t even like bagels most of the time
the thing i love about puella magi madoka magica though
is that it legitimizes pre-teen and teen girls’ emotions. it turns something society sees as childish and shameful and silly into something powerful, something that has the capacity to save worlds - and break them. it says, your emotions are not worthless. they are not trivial. they are not unimportant. otherworldly beings have searched the universe for a solution to entropy and they found it in the hearts of human girls. those emotions are literally what is keeping the universe going, and one girl’s overwhelming love and devotion is the thing that ultimately causes the rewriting of the laws across all alternate universes into banishing despair, and if that isn’t the coolest fucking shit you’ve ever heard i don’t know what to tell you.
At dinner my family and I were watching TV and there was a guy on it and I was like “I know him from somewhere!” and I couldn’t figure out where I knew him from and then it that said he was a gay porn star and dinner suddenly became very awkward.
for some reason my parents want to see madoka with me even though they know nothing about the series and i told them it’s a continuation and they were like idc i wanna go anyway just tell me what happens and it went against every anti-spoiling fibre of my being but i did it… or i tried to do it madoka is very hard to explain succinctly and efficiently i mean i can’t just say ” everybody dies” because that doesn’t actually explain anything and i’m so mad and i accomplished nothing and they’re still going to watch it.
my mom was like “you have the episodes? i’ll watch them on th beach when we go to panama” and i was like man the beach is so not the right setting to watch madoka