Its now or never.
- What I mean: You are one of the best friends I've ever had. The level on which we connect baffles me. I'm so so happy that I can share my interests, secrets, guilt, faults, joys, and insecurities with you in confidence and receive encouragement to improve and keep being better, and I'm comfortable with the ease with which I can reciprocate those feelings and that support to you as well. We make a great team and I'm really fortunate to have you in my life.
- What I say: u lil shit
Michael Dante DiMartino:
Sokka began as the sarcastic "everyman" of the show. His character was
pretty simple. He liked the hunt, eat, and annoy his sister. But as soon as we hit upon the idea that all the adult men in the Southern Water
Tribe were off fighting in the war, Sokka became much more real and
interesting. Now his character had a purpose and great responsibility
which was to protect his tribe and his sister from the Fire Nation. But although he was skilled warrior and hunter, he had never really been
tested in battle. I loved the part of creating Sokka's character arc,
taking him from an inexperienced kid who had never left home to a
battle-tested leader who traveled the world.