A love letter to Jun

December 8, 2011 at 1:25 pm (I Propose to Fictional Characters) ()

Dear Jun,

Look, I know you’re trapped in some crazy boarding school in a comic book and all, but I think we could be really great together. Sure, you’re much too young for me, but I’m really immature. I mean, I’m so immature I propose marriage to fictional characters! That’s immaturity, right? (Or mental illness?) So, see, it’s cool! Your youth, my immaturity: boom. Match made in heaven.

Every time an abandoned building burns down, a match gets its wings.

Also, Jun, and this is very important, you are the sort of character who is here to kick ass and chew bubblegum and you’re all out of bubblegum. I love that sort of character. That sort of character is great, mostly because of all the ass-kicking they do.

Ooh, ooh, and the way they roll up their sleeves to commence said ass-kickings.

In addition to all these things (or just the one thing, I guess), you are also drawn as a very attractive Japanese boy. Squee! I love very attractive Japanese anythings, from kimono to sake to men.

I am mysteriously drawn to this attractive nihonshu arrangement.

In conclusion, I’m still feeling a little wrong about proposing marriage to a teenaged boy (trapped in a crazy boarding school), so I just want you to know: I’m willing to wait. So, please, contact me when you’re in your early 20s or so (provided you survive your experience at the crazy boarding school, and provided technology has advanced enough so that fictional characters can contact us out here in the real world) and we’ll meet up for some yakisoba or something.

Oh, and you can invite your brother, the REAL Jun, too, if you really must.



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