• Imagine wonderful Character A supporting the feverish Character B’s rambles, saying things like “yes, of course” and “wait until you get better and then we can pet the all the dogs in the park”
• An utterly delirious Character A who starts crying at the thought of little baby birds that fall out of nests, and Character B trying to placate them. Bonus points if it’s the character that is usually so stoic and serious
• Feverish Character B falls asleep in random places either because it’s cold or cosy, and Character B finds them, eyes fond, yet brows knit in worry at Character A sleeping on the bathroom floor with the giant teddy bear
• Dehydrated Character B complains of a headache and Character A gives them a pill (when in actuality they need to down a glass of water or two) only to realise that their mouth is dry and immediately begins to fuss
• When dehydrated Character B refuses to go to hospital or drink that icky stuff, so Character A goes crazy and buys 1263 juice packs and forces them to drink it under their stern gaze
• Character B being a blanket hog when sick and Character A waking up to complain, only to find them unnaturally warm and looking utterly adorable wrapped up like a little burrito
• Something bad happens and Character B screams and cries, only to have Character A hold them and try to calm them down, but cry so much that they throw up and have to be looked after
• Character A is really lonely and buys a kitten and Character B tries not to sneeze or sniffle as they’re allergic and because they don’t want to make Character A feel guilty
• When Character A is caught out with a fever and cannot walk straight so Character B huffily gives them a piggy back ride and finds themselves enjoying having Character A so close
• Character A being a celebrity and rushing out of a talk show, saying that their significant other, Character B, is much more important and hastens to look after them
• Sick Character B being self-conscious about how they look when they’re sick and Character A holding their chin and saying that Character A never looked lovelier and that they will love them regardless of how they look when sick
• Character B feeling guilty about throwing up/crying/snotting all over Character A and apologising, while Character A soothes them saying that they’re health is more important
• When feverish and exhausted Character B just collapses into Character A’s arms, head lolling on their shoulder as Character A hauls them, whilst tutting, off to bed
here’s the gay mac watchlist!!
every title on the list has some noticeable hints, but some are more subtle than others.
bolded titles are really gay (episodes where mac being gay is either explicitly discussed beyond an offhand comment, or there are details included that very obviously reflect closeted mac). asterisks after titles* indicate that components of that episode were written out of ignorance, and may only be indicators of “gay mac” when taking mac’s misogyny, transmisogyny, and/or Propensity To Be An Asshole into consideration, especially in early seasons.
4.4 is the first instance where anyone directly mentions that mac is gay; the references become less and less subtle from there. as always, if this is your first time watching sunny, i recommend skipping season 1 and coming back later. hope you enjoy!!
Items purchased by Ted Bundy with stolen credit cards while in Florida :
Date unknown : Bought new Levis jeans.
January 21, 1978 : $12 on a dinner at the Deli.
January 23, 1978 : Diner at the Holiday Inn.
January 24, 1978 : Diner at the Holiday Inn.
January 25, 1978 : Diner at the Holiday Inn and the Deli.
January 26, 27 and 28, 1978 : Diner at the Holiday Inn.
January 28, 1978 : Bought tennis gear and socks for $150 in 5 different stores (The Attic, D.C. Wheelers’, 10 Speed Drive, The Yankee Peddler and Walden’s Bookstore).
February 1, 1978 : Bought more socks and 2 shirts at The Pass.
February 3, 1978 : Bought a smoker’s pipe, lighter, and tobacco at Smoker’s World; luggage at Richard’s Luggage; underwear, belt, shoes and socks at Nic’s Toggery; washcloths, towels and sheets at Shaw’s; tennis gear at Rapp’s Racquet Shop. Total : $250.
February 6, 1978 : Bought shirts, pajamas, and a blanket at J. Byron’s Department Store for $60 and spent $8.58 on cookies at Tasty Pastry Bakery.
February 7, 1978 : Meal at the Holiday Inn, including shrimp cocktail, a steak (medium rare), lobster combination plate, blueberry pie with ice-cream for a total of $13.76 including tip.
February 8, 1978 : Bought a map and a hunting knife for $26. Ate for $9.67 and drank (four gins and one draft beer) for $6.40.
February 14, 1978 : Spent $23.40 on drinks. Purchased more clothes and socks.
After his arrest, the investigators compiled the items found in the stolen VW :
Above are some of the photos of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev revealing whether or not he had any explosive devices on him.
The chaos erupted shortly after 6 p.m. when boat owner David Henneberry — alerted by a flapping tarp and a blood smear — found the fugitive bomb suspect huddled and bleeding in the bottom of his craft. Henneberry immediately called 911 and cops moved in, rushing people out of their homes while helicopters roared overhead.
As Watertown police crept closer, Tsarnaev was spotted “poking through the plastic” that covered the boat, said Watertown Police Chief Edward Deveau.
Tsarnaev may have been inside the boat all day Friday as cops and SWAT teams combed the city looking for him. The wounded teen, who was lying in his own blood, didn’t surrender easily. An FBI agent negotiated with him for more than 20 minutes, Deveau told CNN.
Nobody wanted to approach Tsarnaev for fear he had explosives on his body. A robot was sent in to pull the tarp off the boat.
“Slowly, over a 15- to 20-minute period, we were able to get him to stand up and show us he didn’t have a device on him,” said the police chief. “We needed him to lift his shirt up and we could see his chest.”
Tsarnaev, who was cuffed about 8:45 p.m., wasn’t strapped with explosives.
It was stated that there was so much blood surrounding the young man that if he hadn’t have been found, he would have bled out.
Smith & Wesson, Protecting Guests on Disney’s Jungle Cruise Since 1955
A little Jungle Cruise Revolver Trivia. The revolvers are nickel plated. The lanyard was put on the revolvers after two were stolen from the boats. They cannot fire live ammunition. The skipper fires 2 low powered blanks to scare the attacking hippos off. They also carry louder blanks used to signal for help as follows:
3 shots means the boat is experiencing a mechanical difficulty
4 shots means a medical or security emergency and the boat is returning to the dock at full throttle
1. Rowing when it’s freezing out
2. Not being able to go out and having to erg
3. Waiting for 3+ hours to be able to leave a regatta
4. Forgetting a post workout snack
5. When the person in front of you splashes you a lot (especially in combination with the first)
6. Novice boats/coxies who don’t know the course yet
7. On-the-square rowing practices
8. When the sun doesn’t rise until practice is entirely over
9. When coaches wake your boat badly
10. When someone says they didn’t pull as hard as they could have
12. Heavy old wooden boats
13. When people who don’t row complain about how they have to get up at 6:00
14. Disgustingly polluted water