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auf ewig deinHe saw him reading the page again, and judging by his vitals... He was deeply conflicted, as he had been for a while.auf ewig dein by GuardianIllusion
"You knew them?"
He turned after closing the tab, lips pursed and eyes distant and cold. It was a look he'd learned a long while ago; the trans-male before him wasn't going to go much further than he wanted to on this topic.
"Why not try again?" he asked, almost innocently, the others' reply nearly cutting him off. "And go back to what? A broken and flimsy past? A relationship so rocky it can never be stable? No. They're my history. You can't go back in time. You can't fix something that you already left behind, or you're trying to, something that always stays broken no matter what..." He paused, his adrenaline almost alarmingly high. "I can't, KITT. There's nothing to go back TO. Everything I needed to say, I said and meant. It's not worth the strain."
"You still regret." KITT pointed out.
Not-So-Devious DieselI've noticed a trend that has seriously been angering me lately in the Thomas and Friends fandom...Not-So-Devious Diesel by DeviousWeasel
A good number of fans have been portraying Diesel as this purely evil, one-dimensional jerk of a character, with no interest towards WHY he is the way he is. The only explanation people give is, "Diesel's evil because he's supposed to be evil." Wut.
I'm going to put forward a radical idea, one that challenges people's perceptions on the Gronk.
Devious Diesel isn't actually devious, nor is he evil.
I hate to sound conceited, but really. If there's anyone that knows so much about Diesel, it's probably me. I've seen all his episodes, learned of his stories, and read his article written by Sir Topham Hatt. From all these sources, I've come to the realization that Diesel isn't really evil, nor is he even a mean-spirited engine.
The biggest example from the pre-CGI era I can think of of Diesel experiencing character development and depth, is in Emily and the Special Coaches. Diesel was
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