We see Hiruma pulling gum sticks from a pack, chewing, and blowing bubbles. But how does he dispose of them? Do you think he is sitting somewhere, runs out of flavor, and just takes the gum out of his mouth and nonchalantly puts it on a bench or seat next to him and ignores any commotion if somebody sits on it? Does he screw up his face and spit it on the ground like chewing tobacco? Does he flick it at somebody annoying him at the moment? Does he wrap it up and toss it 3 meters toward a bin?
he doesnt seem like the littering type unless one of his schemes gets really weird and convoluted (though that would be in character ig) so as far as i see there are two options:
1. throws it w unerring and completely unnecessary accuracy into the nearest trash
2. it disappears back into the pocket dimension where he keeps his stuff
4 notes · View notes
in case you were wondering, figs are the absolute BEST to me they're soft and crunchy because seeds (unless you get the seeded ones but why would you) and they're just PAKED with flavor and a little hard to bite through? but they're like tough. once i grossed out my friend by chewing on one for like an hour. in conclusion, neil would totally have both actual figs and dry figs in a lil container to eat. in class, during practice, at home, during games. i think he'd love them.
Okay, I really love the fact that they're chewy, because you know how a lot of athletes do sunflower seeds, especially football and baseball players??? And they chew on them all the time and spit them around everywhere (🙄 - I swear it's a cult)?
Well, Neil doesn't like sunflower seeds, but he does like figs! He carries them around in his back pocket and eats them during practice breaks, game breaks, during class (and occassionally throws them at kevin when he's being too bossy. Like, Kevin will be mid-rant about how the Foxes won't win the championship if they don't shape up and then. Fig. Sailing through the air and tapping him in the dead centre of his forehead. It's kind of comical: Kevin goes silent and then he's just looking down at the fig at his feet and then he looks up and there's Neil, already chewing another fig in his mouth).
It gets SO BAD that some of the newer kids at Palmetto no longer recognize him as the mafia kid but as the fig kid. And they'll feel a lot more comfortable approaching him (sometimes they ask for figs; rarely do they receive some. This also gives Neil the oppurtunity to make up a BUNCH of crack stories about how he got scars, except no two ones are every the same). But some of the upperclassmen will pull these tiny little freshmen aside and be like, "Hey, be careful with that one, he's Nathaniel Wesninski - you should stay away from him". And the freshmen will be like, "I thought his name was Neil Josten??? And why would I stay away from him?". "Because he was part of the mafia! He's probably killed someone!!!". And the underclassmen just think the seniors and juniors are pulling their leg. Because that's just the fig boy from class with the funny stories and the funky scars.
• one of the stories he tells about the scars on his cheek is that he's "just really bad at shaving".
49 notes · View notes
Like, I’m sure people have written about it before, but a part of the reason that Destiel hits such a big nerve in fandom is because they follow the classic tropes of Thee original slash ship, Kirk and Spock.
Roguishly charming Midwestern man in a leadership position who is uniquely attached to his vehicle? (Who often gets mischaracterized as a womanizer macho man, but is in reality a big nerd who just loves his family?) Emotionally repressed being from another planet but loves humanity despite the shit they get put through who often gets bodysnatchedTM bc of their powers? Who are then both often pitted against each other by outside forces despite the loyalty they have to each other?
Not to mention all the AU shenanagains. Then tropes: Surprise I Have A Wife. Insane But I Got Better. Died But Back Again. Literal Time/Space Travel To Save The Other. etc.