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Episode 14 of Arc-V is important because we begin seeing more of Yuuya’s flaws. He is an attention seeker, wants to be unique. He’s like those kids back in high school who would get mad if you wore your belt around your hips like they did because “they started doing that first” and it’s… pretty childish. Yuuya is slowly learning that he’s not special, not yet – he has to work hard for that. And that’s a really important message to get across to younger people in general.
Everyone wants to be special and be known for something, but a lot of people don’t really strive to achieve greatness; they just expect it to come naturally. You’re not “unique” because of how you dye your hair, how you wear your clothes, how much makeup you put on each morning, how much money you have, what you own, or how good or bad you have it in life. It’s a combination of all those things, but mostly the choices you make as a person that make you unique – and you can be astoundingly bad, normal, incredibly great, or any of the in-between shades depending on what you make of things. It all boils down to attitude.
Shuuzou taught Yuuya that lesson in a really good way. People aren’t always nice, but then again, he wasn’t horribly awful, either. He pushed all the buttons that needed pushing, and gave Yuuya a positive way to overcome his own selfishness. He showed Yuuya that he was being a giant baby about things, but also never said that Yuuya wasn’t allowed to feel that way. He didn’t invalidate Yuuya’s anger, but gently coaxed him out of it and showed him the bright side of things.
Shuuzou for great dad figure of the year 2014.
Bushiroad should write a book. It’s title will be “Bushiroad’s Guide to Being Terrible At Writing A Story After The First Season” and it shall sell millions.
After the success of the first book they will make a sequel called “Bushiroad’s Guide to Ruining Your Characters In 5 Easy Steps.” It has a special chapter on how to invalidate character development!
What you get when you watch this video:
- The catchiness of Blurred Lines while maintaining your self-respect
- An education!
I love this video because
a) it takes the catchy tune of a disgrace of a song and turns it into something glorious
b) includes the line “Get out of the gene pool” and any song with that line deserves everything
we should make this more popular than blurred lines
Kacy Catanzaro: the first woman in history to qualify for Mt. Midoriyama.
I just need everyone to watch this video [x]. She’s a 5 foot, 100 lb gymnast and she beasts through this insanely difficult, heavily upper body focused course like it was her morning jog. The camera keeps cutting to these massive, musclebound men in the audience with their mouths hanging open.