"Whether a fish in a clear stream or a ditch, so long as it continues swimming forward, it will grow up beautifully." - Koro Sensei, Assassination Classroom

Privileges plays a part, it varies the starting point of your journey, however it comes down to whether you move forward or not. And for the people who do, it brings them to how they take everything in -fast or slow, straight or figuratively... or something like that.

And another quote!... from the same anime: "People with talent often have the wrong impression that things will go as they think." - Karma Akabane

Probably my favourite character. Of course this quote isn't all true in some cases, however it was just right for the situation, and it's sometimes that some people see others getting ahead of themselves (I'm writing this with the particular episode in mind, so it's not that it applies in so many situations...). In the end, you've got to make sure everything ends relatively peacefully. In the episode (after that (^) quote was said), they had the perfect opportunity to make a move in a 'capture the flag' game, however in doing so there would be some unresolved emotions.

I have a feeling that I should explain the anime, however when I do that it seems that I ruin everything, ahaha... animes like Assassination Classroom that I'd watch all over again are the kinds that have so much that go on in it. When I get to getting other people to watch it, I don't intend to spoil or make anything sound one sided - I want the viewer to watch it from the beginning without some opinion in their mind until they watch some for themselves. It just feels better! Anyway, all I can say is that there's so many morals half-embedded into it, with such an intriguing plot to go with it, it's the best.

Just had a short video chat with a friend ^^
- teriyakkii_1203

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