want to believe that Amelia Earhart and Saint Exupery didn’t die and are just chilling out on some island with the fountain of youth on it
Fun fact I first read The Little Prince when I was 15, my highschool guidance counceler recommended it to me because I was pretty much the living target of every bully in my school, and I had openly expressed thoughts of suicide and violence to him. He then asked me out of the blue if I had ever read the little prince, and he said that I should - that when he majored french in college it was the first book he ever had to translate - and that it would help, the next few days I read it and I think there has never been a single book that has ever made me feel like all in all life was worth living.
Thank God, Mr. Cable, I will never forget you.
20 bucks I start bawling in the middle of my presentation
|—||Saint Exupery, The Little Prince, THE PART WHERE I ALWAYS CRY A RIVER OF TEARS I CAN FEEL THEM RIGHT NOW|
"All grown-ups were children once, although few of them remember it."
Once just a normal man named Jacob, Anchovigami became posessed by the spirit of an ancient can of sardines.
With over 20 voices entering his mind, Anchovigami is mentally unstable. The sardine spirits have promised him freedom if they were to kill the “chosen one”, but the voices don’t exactly know who the “chosen one” is and keep changing their minds after every murder.
Responsible for the death of Pepperonin’s master, Tomatosama, Pepperonin is following his trail in a quest of revenge, while anchovigami simply wants his mind back.
Jacob was a guard for the emperor, so when he’s confronted by a lowly ronin (considered pariahs in this society) the spirit of Jacob returns to him briefly. his humility brings him back to the human he once was.