busque esta imagen en la máxima resolución posible, tardé mucho en encontrarla y por eso la comparto en Tumblr, espero que a alguien le guste tanto como a mi
Growing to feel somewhat mischievous, I started thinking that maybe I should take a picture of myself now and send it to him — despite still not knowing what condition he was in.
However, as it might bother him, I did not try to contact him — though now that I actually thought about it, perhaps this was just a polite excuse. If I truly were worried, I would immediately make up my mind to contact him, just like Senjougahara-san had — would that not be the human thing to do?
So, I should be bold. I should send him a picture, as encouragement. The way I was now, I could still help him that much.
I took out the phone from my uniform on the hanger — and stretched my hand out, taking a picture of myself. Being a high school girl, I had been using a cell phone for quite some time now, but this was the first time I had taken a picture of myself.
Despite failing several times, I soon got used to it, and managed to take quite a good picture, if I might say so myself.
Having attached this picture, I sent the message to Araragi-kun without any text — and turned my phone off.
The next time I turned on this phone,
I would no longer be in this world.
So perhaps this was not so much mischief as it was harassment.
It was like sending a funeral portrait.
It was a kind of bullying, coming from the one known for being an honor student.
Cruel, in my own way.
But now, there was no longer any regret left in my heart.-Nekomonogatari White “Tsubasa Tiger” Chapter 60.
Translated by Canon Rap on Quality Mistranslations.
Thanks for this
"Would you like to go on a witch hunt with me?"
Oh but I forgot to say, this statue was cool. Gotta love how Mistress Nine feels if she’s going to hold someone hostage, she should do it by embedding them in a gothic statue she creates. WITH STYLE.
THANKS THANKS THANKS for this pic :DDDDDDD
Sailor Moon was all about gay adoption before it was cool. *puts hipster glasses on Michiru*
Naoko Takeuchi, revolutionizing the Maho Shojo since 1992