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Name: Kat. But Just call me Fangie, if you want.
OTP: KibaHina. End of story.
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WHY I LOVE KIBAHINA: For a very long time, I hated KibaHina. I despised it. And I hated Hinata with an undying passion. I thought she was an annoyingly shy, spineless, fearful, irrational, cowardly little piece of shit. I never even understood why I hated her so much...Until what could be call one of the strangest and most beautiful moments of my life happened. I had ordered episode 33 of Naruto Shippuden off of iTunes as soon as it came out, because I wanted to hear Kiba's voice and because, well, he's fucking amazing. And then here it comes...The squealing, teary-eyed, giggly little fangirl comes out of me and I practically start drooling at the sight and sound of Kiba Inuzuka...Until miss Hinata shows up. Then I start rolling my eyes. Griping. Complaining. Bitching about how stupid and useless she is, and how she should just get the hell off my screen before I barf...Until the end of the episode. That was the strange and beautiful moment. I was completely expecting myself to have an attack of hatered when I saw them together under the tree, talking about the past, but-...I didn't. I just sat there watching the episode and suddenly, out of absolutely NOWHERE, I get butterflies...And I start smiling...At freakin' KibaHina of all things. Then-...I start crying. Like a freakin' baby, I start crying. My chest felt warm inside. My heart was beating happily. I just looked at those two and felt so happy, because they looked so happy to be with each other. I saw Kiba's happiness and it touched me. I realized just how pointless it was to hate Hinata, then, if Kiba didn't; if she was practically his best friend. I felt guilty for hating her. I felt guilty, like I had betrayed my favorite character of all time. How could I possibly say that I love someone when I hate the person they care about so much? Love is supposed to be putting someone before me; love is supposed to be something unselfish; where I'm happy if they're happy. So I decided that if Hinata made Kiba happy, then she should make me happy too. I decided that if I loved Kiba so damn much, I should be happy with what he's happy with: And that's Hinata Hyuga. After I processed it all, my hatered literally melted away, and right away. I never looked at Hinata or Kiba the same way again. Looking at them taught me how to be unselfish about love.
Later on, it didn't take much for me to start picturing Kiba and Hinata together in other scenarios. Actually, it barely took five minutes. That night I went to sleep thinking about them kissing and cuddling and fucking, wondering why the hell I loved those images so much. It was the weirdest thing...I was starting to love what I hated the most: KibaHina. I was starting to love Hinata. It didn't take too much time for me to remember how I hated her, and ask myself why...Why did I hate Hinata so much? Why did she annoy me like nobody else? What was it about her that made me want to grind my teeth and rip my hair out? Her timidity? No, that was a horrible reason...The fact that she made Kiba happy, and he always seemed to have a little crush on her? Yes. I was jealous before looking at love from a new perspective. But still...I hated her so much. I hated how Kiba could like someone so spineless, cowardly, and shy. But then I looked at MYSELF...And I realized where my hatered came from. I hated myself. I hated my social phobia/social anxiety disorder. I hated my generalized anxiety disorder. I hated how I was so stuttery, how I'd always blush, how I-...How I did everything Hinata would do that drove me insane. It finally hit me then that I hated Hinata because she reminded me so much of myself and all of the things I hated about me. I wanted to get rid of my anxiety; not accept that it's there and help it get better. But then I thought, hey, if I can learn to love Hinata, then I can learn to love myself instead of beating myself up for something that will probably always be a part of who I am. So I started. I started to look myself in a different light. I wanted to like myself and help my anxiety and confidence the way Kiba liked Hinata and helped her anxiety and confidence.
Things have only gotten better since those times. Now I look at Kiba and Hinata and how they both remind me of myself. I love myself now; even with my anxiety. I no longer shun that part of me; instead I try to cope with it and help it get better. I've learned to override my emotions with my logic so I don't let my social phobia control me. I find it the funniest thing how Hinata is exactly like my anxiety, and Kiba is exactly like my personality. Now I actually try to find harmony between my anxiety and my peronality so I can act and function in my every-day life with balance. Now I try to forgive myself for when I do feel my anxious symptoms and give in. And that's all that my KibaHina tattoo is about (Yes, a big permanent one covering my entire inner forearm, where pictures can be found on my DeviantART): Harmony, balance, and forgiveness. Kiba and Hinata represent my two opposite halves; my yin and yang that I've found peace and synchronization between and strive to maintain that way.
Kiba and Hinata are more than just my favorite anime characters and my favorite pairing. They're the keys for me to keep functioning and what I need to remember to keep going strong when I get myself out of that bed every morning.
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