I’ll just bribe her a month’s supply of Pocky and you and I can have a good time baby. ;3

Hah, if that’s enough, maybe~♪

Oh. Her? What about her? And why? :3

Kyouko-chan gets kind of…protective.

Let’s just say… Blue’s a color I like. ;3

I don’t know, are you willing to deal with Kyouko-chan? 

dqwes sent: Hey there! How about you and I have a little... slumber party tonight? ;3

What makes you ask that out of the blue, huh?

madoka-chan:

But…

but…!

But…!

cake……………

Jeez, if you want cake that badly, we can always just throw a party or something. Just because.

tomoemami-san:

Thank you, Miki-san. I feel much better knowing that Sakura-san has someone like you looking out for her.

I’m sorry to cut this short, but I must be going now. Perhaps I’ll see you this evening while we’re both out. I do hope that you have a good rest of the day.

Same to you, Mami-san!

(Source: mikisayaka-chan)

madoka-chan:

A birthday?

A Birthday?

A BIRTHDAY?

WHO’S BIRTHDAY IS IT?!

It’s no one’s birthday, or at least I don’t think it is, so relax Madoka.

tomoemami-san:

A birthday? I’m not sure if there is a birthday coming up, to be honest. Although, perhaps the anniversary itself is approaching… Whatever it may be, I do hope you will continue to help Sakura-san. As strong as she may appear, there is only so much a person can handle before they break.

The two of you are very close, though, so I’m sure that you’ll be able to keep Sakura-san on her feet. It may be a bit selfish of me to ask, but I can trust you to keep an eye on Sakura-san?

She frequents my apartment for afternoon tea and for a slice of cake, but when she isn’t here, I do worry about her. 

The anniversary itself? Whoa…Yeah, don’t worry, Mami-san! I’ll keep an eye on Kyouko-chan, I promise.

I don’t think it’s selfish at all, I mean, she’s your friend too, right?

Don’t worry, just leave it to me. Whatever it is that’s bothering her, she won’t have to deal with it on her own.

(Source: mikisayaka-chan)

Cowards die a thousand deaths. The valiant taste of death but once.

William Shakespeare. (via unfemininewomen)