|—||Anaïs Nin (via seabois)|
"I love you so much to the point it’s unbearable!"
Sakura uses suki (好き)here, which can either be construed as “like” or “love” (romantic). The suki is actually repeated (suki de suki de; 好きで好きで) for emphasis on the strength of her love. The adjective that follows, tamaranai (たまらない; “unbearable”), further intensifies the love as well as the emotion with which it is confessed. The overall meaning is obvious: Sakura’s heart overflows with so much love for Sasuke that she can’t contain it.
*wears my naruto headband to college graduation* im a jounin now
aspiring-writer asked: I’ve attempted writing a novel back in middle school (looking back I realize the plot and characters were completely ridiculous) and gave up shortly in. I was very unprepared, and I wish to be prepared this time seeing as I’d like…
i need to be like 12x hotter than i am now