in this episode, misty points out how disgusting she thinks bugs are and ash accepts that she dislikes bugs, but points out that he hates how she’s making caterpie upset by putting caterpie down for something caterpie can’t help being. it really upsets caterpie that caterpie can’t be something she would like, because caterpie just wants to get along with misty, but caterpie can’t change who they are.
really, if we all watched pokémon, we’d be better people because it explains that it’s okay to hate something, you just don’t need to broadcast the fact and make others upset or uncomfortable
life lessons from pokémon
I’m not sorry
SON O F A FUCKCING B TICH
What if you started with the male protagonist…?
Legendary Dog Eevee’s~
pikachu you are not an eeveelution get out of the fucking shot
i must be far too much of a nerd; the fact that they missed like 15 pokemon is REALLY distracting.
i feel better knowing someone else got upset too
Do you think some pokemon evolve by trading because they think you’re giving them away forever, so in their fear of abandonment they evolve into something better than they were so you’ll love them again?
god damn you
It’s Fennekin! Finally got this done! Fire was hard to figure out!
How to evolve your Eevee.
OMG This is so true. Especially on Ditto.
the TRio scrounging for any bits of food they can find ;u;
I think Pokemon is the only cartoon that ever showed the repercussions of the villains’ failure. It wasn’t all self-indulgent speeches and fabulous evil style with these three: every time one of their wacky schemes failed it meant a loss of money and resources, another mark against them at headquarters, another barrage of criticisms from their boss, and another night spent starving and exhausted and downtrodden. Team Rocket didn’t want to win against the good guys so that they could take over the world, they wanted to win so that they would receive the reward of food and shelter for the night.