Cush

How I see certain breeds:

Pugs: adorable…little hell spawns that are impossible to restrain during a toenail trim
Labs: adorable idiots that shed like a mother
Chihuahuas: land shark
Boxers: the best sad puppy eyes EVER
Cockers: the worst ears EVER
Shar Pei: hives…I am breaking out in hives
Golden Retriever: cancer
Cavaliers: heart disease…:(
Shi Tzu: always look scared and surprised… at the same time
Bulldogs: a genetic nightmare
Huskies: too sensitive to function
Salukies: skinny…so freaking skinny
Border Collie: watching you…always watching you
Heelers: shy and a bit sketchy
Great Danes: giant babies
Malamute: giant babies who scream
Dachshund: Will bite and desperately in need of a middle set of legs
Westies: Cushing’s
Jack Russels: soo much energy
Saint Bernard: floor mat
Mastif: drool…drool everywhere

2

The difference in intimidation between these two is staggering.

#srsly tho the set up and dialogue and tension in these scenes are FANTASTIC #THIS small moment alone is gr9 #Tarkin barely budges as krennic is stomping towards him in fury #while krennic almost turns into a shuffling flustered mess of a boy as tarkin just casually strides towards him #tarkin has faced actual monsters head on in his youth #this boy is nothing

2

Can you imagine putting a TV crew on the Death Star and everyone just stares at the camera like The Office? It would be glorious and hilarious af.

Also if you look at Tarkin’s cup, it says ‘#1 Grand Moff’ because somebody decided to be a smartass and was desperate for a promotion.

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Peter Cushing as Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of The Baskervilles (1959)

“This is remarkable!”
“Superficial. There’s nothing remarkable about using one’s eyes.