I find this hilarious, but the thing is that was Aang’s defense mechanism. He coped with it by goofing off and playing around.
Aang was a child when he learned of what happened to his people, and I agree with pencilpaperpassion. He used fun and games as a coping/defense mechanism (though he was also just a goofy dude). I’m sure that as he grew older, he had silent times on his own where the entire scope of what happened to the Air Nomads weighed on him very heavily.
He didn’t just “get over it.” The show just didn’t spend much time addressing its effect on Aang.
Honestly I doubt he ever “got over it”. How does one “get over” finding out that their people, their family, everyone they loved was violently killed and that they may have been able to stop it? It’s the same thing as losing a loved one. You never “get over it”…it just gets easier to handle/cope with but you never “get over it”.
Eh, I didn’t find this funny because of that specific wording tbh.
Basically to explain the confusion, Korra and Asami are together. Asami is just showing affection towards Korra in ‘public’ which is why Korra gives off a sort of stern look, because they already talked about this in private, but Asami thinks by showing ‘public’ affection towards Korra it will make Korra re-look the situation, but that was an obvious fail after Korra’s denial at the request.