How I finished Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood for the second time without skipping any episode and not getting bored at any point.

A cold, a severe case of rain and the last few episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood made up a very emotional day for me.

The cold made everything I did seem like I was mired in an excruciatingly slow quicksand.

The rain made everything cold which made my cold worse.

And the last episodes of the aforementioned anime had me almost cry up some tears.

Not that the anime has a sad ending. It actually finishes things off rather nicely without having to like murder the support characters.

Then again, it also doesn’t have the main character become the king or emperor or president or hokage (wink wink) so that’s also good.

A little teaspoonful of reality never hurt anyone did it? At least not permanently. Unless we’re talking about life-changing accidents and disasters.

Ok, so reality can be shitty.


1. Reality is, like I mentioned before, shitty. But they can also be eye-opening calls to arms and stuff so don’t have an opinion about it that’s set in stone. Be like the tree and bend with the wind.

That concludes my Zen for today.


P.S: The title is super long but it’s not sarcastic or anything. I actually didn’t get bored during the second run through at all and watched it with the same open-eyed interest I had when I watched it the first time. Yeah, things don’t easily get ruined for me. Spoilers? Love ’em. Do they spoil the episode/movie/book for me? No.

All the surprises still end up being surprising.

Explains why I’ve watched Shakespeare in Love like more than twice a week and I still can’t get enough of it. And it still manages to get me ALL the time. I mean how old is that movie?


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