(647): Hypothetically speaking how does one remove a lamp that the hypothetically superglued to the ceiling?
(226): Acetone nail polish remover, and you lied about studying last night didn’t you?
(647): Oh definitely.
Imagine the amis having an Oscar Wilde party where they all dress as dandies, wear green carnations, read Wilde’s works and drink tea. I think Courfeyrac would get a kick out of it. Montparnasse would most likely be nicknamed Dorian Gray, just saying…
Courfeyrac is Jupiter, the largest planet, nearly a star in its own right for the number of moons it has trapped in its orbit due to its immense gravity. It was named for the god of thunder, fittingly so–the storm in the massive red spot on its surface has been raging for centuries. - @grantairelibere
What she means:
Has anyone ever sat back and thought about how much work Edward Nygma actually puts into his traps and designs? For example, the race track in Arkham Knight. Not only did he have to know how fast the batmobile can accelerate, what its turning mechanics are like, how batman drives it, what else the car is capable of and so forth but he also actually had to go and design a death trap, which includes timing just right so everything functions accordingly, knowing when Batman would land on pressure pads, setting up all the lights, spray painting all the walls and everything else, setting up a projector, and recording a monologue. He also designed a whole bunch of riddler bots, chose the placement for 243 riddler trophies, and created a mecha suit for himself. Then he had to arrange the OTHER death traps and create more riddler bots which could match up the fighting styles of both batman AND Catwoman. The amount of engineering, thought, mechanics, and patience that went into that stuff must've been wild.