Levi’s Nightmare: Having a heart-to-heart with Pastor Nick.
“Are you worried about your wife?”
The question shocked him out of his musings.
Levi looked up, “My what?”
But the pastor was already speaking, “You’re obviously beside yourself with stress – and it’s understandable. Not knowing if your wife has survived-”
Levi cut him off, “Mywhat?”
The pastor hesitated, apparently realizing he’d made some mistake, but misunderstanding precisely what it was. “Your…wife? The woman we traveled with before? She’s ah – forceful. You two uh – have the same, er – strident personality. When we first met, she dangled me off the wall.”
One thing about teaching is when kids don’t seem to realize that if they’d just do what we ask them to do - sit down, stop talking, put your phone away, answer these questions in your notebook, get to class on time, stay in your seat, stop shouting things out, don’t use racial slurs, etc., etc., etc., - we would literally not bother them at all. Look at the student who’s sitting there doing her work. Am I bothering her? Am I “harassing” her? No?
theres just a what-if here about ritsu getting just a bit of psychic empathy and achieving the rest with his writers brain, and theres also a headcanon about mob not being a very good singer or not playing any instrument but being able to whistle very well
I remember theres a word for that, the very good whistler thing, from a jeffery deaver book Ive read, but I cant find it in my memory anymore
I am 200% positive Trini repeatedly tricks the gang into listening to screamo by playing Punk Goes Pop covers
For the first ten seconds everyone is like “Hey I know this song” then it gets to the chorus and the bloodcurdling screams start and Trini is having the best time, totally rocking out, but everyone else looks scared for their lives
At the end, she stares at them, daring someone to say something. Then Billy of all people simply looks at her and says “I like it!”