yknow, i’ve seen a lot of posts analyzing haru’s nightmare and rin and haru’s fight from last episode, but im honestly shocked at the lack of attention this scene has. 

we’ve been seeing all season that makoto is struggling with what he wants to do when he gets out of high school. he probably never thought he’d be able to make it to the big leagues because his talent wasn’t up there with haru and rin’s. he’s jealous of rin because he could never ignite that spark in haru that rin can when they swim. haru is constantly being targeted by scouts. makoto probably feels like he’s being left behind. 

but right here. this is the first time makoto is being told that his talent is worth something. even if he has decided on what he wants to do after graduation (i.e., studying in tokyo, working at the iwatobi swim club, etc.), this is the only time makoto has heard he has the potential to keep swimming. and it’s not from his best friend or his teammates or his teachers - it’s from rin.

obviously rin’s goal is to swim professionally and make it to the olympics. but up to this point makoto had assumed he was only interested in whether or not haru was taking his future into consideration. rin is also worried about makoto. not many people remember that makoto and rin are very close friends because they don’t have the same bond with each other that they both have with haru. but all season rin has been worrying about them both and rin wants them both to consider swimming professionally, not just for their future’s sake, but so he can continue swimming with his friends. 

Emphasis added. At the cherry blossom pool, Rin did ask both Haru and Makoto what their plans were for the future, after all.




harrison ford deserves every single oscar for this one scene

Season Two Promo: Shizuo and Akane

“Take me out.” — Archduke Franz Ferdinand (via incorrecthistoryquotes)


The President of the United States has just announced that nichijou will be the only aired show on TV until 2016


im only 17 and ive already had like 3 mid-life crises


i thought bojack horseman would be a pretty standard animated adult swim type comedy but around halfway through the 4th episode it starts to really show its true colours and becomes quite deep and introspective. i cant believe im writing this about a show starring a talking horse, but it’s one of the most genuine and sentimental dramedies i’ve seen in years. check it out


Patrick and Ralph Carney | Bojack Horseman Opening Credits


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