I just drew this keke, I think it looks good! Sorry if it looks weird or something hehe.I drew her since the new liella costumes look so cute, and keke is my best liella girl (so far) I love her so much though~
Anyway, I really like her socks the most out of the entire outfit and I really wanted to draw them but I ran out of space, so I tried to make the background look like it. I hope it looks good! ✨
What if all the Love Live! girls had jobs like Riko?
Do you agree/disagree? Any restaurants from your country that you think would make a good fit?
Nico - McDonald's: Nico's home away from home. Besides, she's arguably the most recognizable school idol (just like McDonald's), even if many people think she's trash (like McDonald's).
Umi - Subway: The health nut of the group, Umi champions a healthy lifestyle.
Honoka - Panera: Once she heard they had bread, she signed right up. She got in trouble with her mom, though, once it came out that she was working for a competing business.
Rin - Sonic: Accidentally signed up because she thought they were affiliated with SEGA. She stuck around for the roller skates.
Maki - the old spaghetti factory: Suitably fancy enough for Maki's taste, the main draw of this restaurant (for her) is the marinara sauce.
Hanayo - Panda Express: Hanayo was one of the last girls to be recruited for a restaurant. Or rather, she refused to endorse anyone who didn't primarily serve rice. She had to settle for Panda Express once she realized there weren't many other options.
Eli - tcby: Nobody knows what tcby stands for, but that's ok, because nobody knows how to spell Harasho. Eli wanted a cold treat to represent her Russian roots, while staying light on calories.
Nozomi - Hooters: The business' best representative as well as its strongest supporter.
Kotori - The Cheesecake Factory: Kotori was originally going to sign with KFC, but then she saw that cheesecake selection...
Kanan - Joe's Crab Shack: The company hoped Kanan's feminine appeal would bring in more customers, but it seems like they may go under. Kanan's fine with it, though; she prefers running her diving business anyways.
Hanamaru - golden corral: Nothing too fancy, and lots of it. Hanamaru's modest personality also appeals to the older customer base.
Yoshiko - In N Out Burger: People either love In N Out or they hate it. Pretty much the same with Yoshiko. As a bonus, you can order a Fallen Angel off the secret menu.
Kanata - IHOP: Every time you wake up, the next thing you eat is breakfast. So for Kanata, every meal is breakfast.
Emma - Wendy's: Emma is the spitting image of the mascot, so she naturally took on the role.
Setsuna - Pizza Hut: Since she wants to be a popular idol, Setsuna went with a popular chain. Also Pizza Hut is red, which is sort of her thing. Just like a pizza, Setsuna can wear different clothes and change her flavor.
Karin - Chipotle: Karin likes to eat out with her friends, and Chipotle is just the right mix of mature and casual. She always goes for the hot sauce so she can show off.
Kasumi - Denny's: Kasumi took over Denny's Tumblr account. They hired her because she enjoys pranking people (which fits their image).
Ayumu - The Melting Pot: Ayumu works as a representative for The Melting Pot. When she isn't voicing a commercial for them, she walks the floor of the restaurant and helps people figure out how fondue works.
I used to dislike Kasumi, like I thought she was super annoying.
Now, while I still think she's annoying, it's more like 'little sister-type' annoying. Like, "Kasumi, shut up. I'm trying to do homework. .........Alright, you can stay in my room, but you got to be quiet. ......Fine ONE hug!"
Ok, I may be new here (ig; cheddy.ju) but I just wanted to share why I think that Rina Tennoji is good representation for autistic people (even if she isn't autistic).
Ok, first of all; I'm autistic myself. I was diagnosed some years ago at 13 (late diagnosis), and I heavily love autistic-coded characters (like Hina Hikawa, from Bang Dream!). So yeah, this is my entirely subjective opinion and a headcanon overall.
Then let's get to it; why I find Rina Tennoji is good autistic representation.
To begin, I think that her whole "can't express herself" thing is pretty relatable, but my analysis goes beyond that. Autism is seen in different ways, and this could be just a part of her personality beyond the spectrum.
What really catches my eye is how the girls treat Rina in the anime when she isn't able to express herself: they accept it. There's no punchline involved at Rina's sake. I mean, there's comedy in those moments, but it never is to paint a negative light on Rina. They just kindly laugh it off and continue the conversation.
Another thing that I love, is how the anime portrays the message; "there's nothing wrong with you". In rina's episode, we see how she is trying to change herself to be "normal" (I surely can relate to that), but forced change is never the solution, as the other girls notice. They keep on accepting her, and when she uses another medium of expression (Rina Chan Board) that accomodates her needs, they are happy for her.
And I think that's the great message overall; there's nothing wrong with you. You don't need to change the typical way, and people should adapt to you; not the opposite.
Is Rina autistic? Probably not officially, but it still can be relatable to autistic people like myself, and feel a little bit more represented in media.