Ah. I gotta go to Gamestop .. I’ll be back later, hopefully!
Thank you all for your messages and kind thoughts ♥
And I am telling you, I’m not going. You’re the best man I’ll ever know. There’s no way I can ever go No, no, there’s no way. No, no, no, no way I’m living without you. I don’t wanna be free And you, and you, You’re gonna love me.
The best way to find out if you can trust somebody is to trust them.
Same. It’s gotten to the point where I don’t even go out of my way to find people or befriend them. I’m used to people leaving so I keep things pretty superficial.
And I want to apologize to you for that.
Because I know I’m one of the people who has left. There’s no excuse, which makes me look more of a punk ass bitch. I’m not going to sit here and boohoo to everything because what’s done is done. I am truly sorry and I do feel regret and remorse for my friends that I’ve treated like disposable items.
I’m just tired of feeling like
Hey, this person is really amazing. Funny, snarky, witty, love of the same things I do, and boom. I am afraid to lead them (and you, technically) on to believe I’m how I present myself constantly.
What expectation? What? If you want to take a break from anyone then you have the right to say so. Living up to what everyone wants you to be is no way to go on..funny how I’m saying that shit though. What do you think everyone wants of you?
I’ve had a lot of friends just up and leave — no contact, no real reason why, no explanation. They ‘replaced’ me in a sense.
I know I’m far from perfect. My personality is strong and can vary depending on the situation. But.. I’ve somehow just conditioned myself to believe that I drove them away. It’s happened on more then one occasion, so it’s hard to not let it effect me. And sadly, I’ve begun doing that to people I care about because I’m selfishly trying to prevent myself from being hurt.
So, when I admire someone’s strength and personality; I find it hard for myself to be as close as I want to with people because I always think I’m just not the person they would think I am.
And typing this out, I know how silly it sounds aha.
I have problems committing to friends.
I’ve been betrayed horribly by some of the closest people in my life, multiple times, by different people. And it’s left a mark.
But, in reality, I LOVE people. I love seeing different walks of life. I love seeing different viewpoints. I love being able to joke and have fun.
But, also, I’m scared when we get close. Because in some weird sense, I truly value you. We can “get” one another and not even have to be serious.
That’s why, in all honesty, I jump from screen name to screen name every four months. Or make a new tumblr. Or never look at my friends list. Or even really put effort after a while.
Because people have *always* given up on me. In some flawed and twisted way… I want to stop being so close so I don’t live up to the expectation.
I want to stop making people smile and think I’m cool, when in reality my insecurities rule my life.
I want people to not get close — not for my benefit — but in some way, I’ve conditioned myself to believe that people have hurt me because I wasn’t enough.
Friend, family, lover, whatever.
I’ve become nomadic, in a sense, and I fucking hate it.
I smile and say I love everyone and miss them, but in reality I’m hiding from them because I don’t want them to see the person I really can be.
I’m really fucked up when it comes down to it and I just don’t want people, even some of my close friends, to see me this way.
Michiko to Hatchin is a Japanese animated series that details the journey of Hana “Hatchin” Morenos and Michiko Malandro. The story takes place in a fictional Latin American nation based on the country of Brazil and contains a realistic portrayal of Latin life and an amazing blend of Japanese and Latin culture. The series is produced by Shinichirō Watanabe, known for other critically acclaimed, popular anime series such as Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo.
Hatchin is a young girl raised by stern, uncaring foster parents and has long ago given up any dreams of freedom. When all seems lost, Michiko, a hot-blooded, attractive woman and recent prison escapee, suddenly enters—or crashes—into her life, taking her on a whirlwind journey of wild police chases, lawlessness adventure, and emotional ups-and-downs and all in search of a man that has been missing from both of their lives: Hiroshi Morenos, Hatchin’s father and Michiko’s former love.
Episode links (all files are .mkv):
Episode 01 | Episode 02 | Episode 03 | Episode 04 | Episode 05 | Episode 06 | Episode 07 | Episode 08 | Episode 09 | Episode 10 | Episode 11 | Episode 12 | Episode 13 | Episode 14 | Episode 15 | Episode 16 | Episode 17 | Episode 18 | Episode 19 | Episode 20 | Episode 21 | Episode 22 |
And as an added bonus:
Michiko to Hatchin OST 1 | Michiko to Hatchin OST 2
(Apparently, there are supposed to be eight OSTs in all, but after an expansive search, I was only able to find two.)
If there are any issues with links, do not hesitate to message me. Enjoy!
Wow its 22 episodes? I thought it was less.
— Catwoman V3 #3