Dilf, just saying <3
I just read 370 and went back on tumblr to have another UPDATE! =D I really have been looking forward to his back story =) Plus look at her, she’s so cute.
Now we know where frank gets his charming looks from cuz damn. Murakami senior is all sorts of handsome.
She… Looks a lot like Adi there. Nice job.
That’s a pretty good observation, and it makes me think that could be one of the reasons that Sam likes Adi. It isn’t uncommon to be attracted, on a subconscious level, to people with similar features to one’s own parents.
(On a side note, it took me a while to word that second sentence in a way that didn’t make me uncomfortable.)
LOL I know what you mean. But statistically people are most likely to be affectionate-minded toward things that are familiar, unless the previous experience is negative. Even then people suffering abuse and/or neglect will sometimes seek out people who remind them of the perpetrator, subconsciously attempting to gain their attention or approval.
😛 Thank you, human psyche.
No wonder Frank is so good looking, both his parents were obviously genetically gifted <3.
Yes! I agree, /both/ his parents are very attractive! ♥
That’s lovely. However who’s THEY? His parents? Did they arrange the marriage between them???
I believe it would’ve been the mother’s parents that sent her.
Why should he carry it on? If he has children, he might, The Force forbid! pass it on them one day‼
P.S.: Will there be Murakamisama postcards/prints?
Daddy Murakami is hot! No wonder Frank is such eye candy. Mama Murakami is a cutie too. I think it’s adorable that they are all three megane/meganekko. Ironically, Sam is his mother’s twin, minus the glasses, even more so than his younger sister, who takes after her father.
It would be interesting to see a little more of how Mama Murakami feels about Sam. This might not be a popular opinion here, but if I had a little girl (especially one who looks just like me), who turned out to be a little boy, I would be heartbroken. I would feel like they were rejecting me, and everything I gave them of me as their mother, and it would take some time for me to heal from it. I would do it for their sake–as a mother I would always love my kids no matter what–but I would also mourn the loss of my “mini-me” as well.
At any rate, it’s cool to see Daddy and Mama Murakami’s back story; it gives much insight into Frank’s motivations and actions.
I do have a daughter, who has not discovered a male sself, but I can assure you she is nothing like a “mini-me.” She is very different from me in so many important ways! I had work to do when she was a toddler to understand her (it was totally worth it, my daughter’s fantastic). Just to say– a child’s sexual identity doesn’t necessarily identify them as that-sex of a parent.
A lot of parents go through a “mourning the loss” phase after their child unexpectedly comes out to them as gay/bi/trans/etc. But time heals and love prevails! Also, I think it would be more likely that you would be already aware and accepting of it before the ‘coming out’ and hence you would not have that reaction. Plus, they would still be a lot like a ‘mini-you’, physically and personality wise.
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