fuckyeahdezert:

SORA on stage during NOCTURNAL BLOODLUST’s set on 31st of July, making sure birthday boy NATSU gets cake! 
SORA wrote on his blog that he’s known NATSU 6 or 7 years and that they’re the same age. Also he calls him an idiot and talented drummer and that they are becoming old men together. He also says NATSU is like a brother to him.  
(Additionally, if you follow both of these guys on twitter… their exchange is generally pretty hilarious and they like to tell each other to shut up and insult each other in a true brotherly spirit.)

fuckyeahdezert:

SORA on stage during NOCTURNAL BLOODLUST’s set on 31st of July, making sure birthday boy NATSU gets cake! 

SORA wrote on his blog that he’s known NATSU 6 or 7 years and that they’re the same age. Also he calls him an idiot and talented drummer and that they are becoming old men together. He also says NATSU is like a brother to him.  

(Additionally, if you follow both of these guys on twitter… their exchange is generally pretty hilarious and they like to tell each other to shut up and insult each other in a true brotherly spirit.)

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Koichi's twitter, June 2nd
Koichi: {…Both ice cream and chocolate. They're the best when they've started melting.
Koichi: {…But. There's no ice cream place that sells melting ice cream. And there's no chocolate factory that makes melting chocolate.
Koichi: {…Even if they were to sell melting ice cream. Once the customers realized that it's already melting ice cream. They'd never come buy ice cream at that store again.
Koichi: {…So basically there's this rule that both ice cream and chocolate stay in stores in a solid state. Stores that sell melting things wouldn't last very long, would they.
Koichi: {…So what I'm actually saying, is that ice cream is yummy.
Koichi: {…And of course. Factories that make melting chocolate would totally fail, right. Because you can't even put melting chocolate in your pocket. Because it doesn't last for long. And you have to take your time when eating melting things. Only then can you really experience them.
Koichi: {…And also. What is a proper melting consistency for me. Only I know that. And explaining it to people or asking them to make it is impossible.