could I get headcanons for what it would be like to be spencer reid's girlfriend? thank you 💜
Headcanon for Dating Spencer Reid
After meeting Spencer through mutual friends (aka Penelope pushing you, her favorite cousin, to date him), it took him four months to ask you out. Even then, Penelope did most of the asking
On your first date, you went to the movies and dinner. You were taken aback by how much Spencer loved to talk when he was comfortable
Slowly, you and Spencer began learning little things about each other, like how he overcompensated with trivial facts and you blushed profusely in just about every social situation
In time, he introduced you to his mother, who grew to be quite fond of you. One time, she pulled you aside in a moment of lucidity and told you how much Spencer adores you
Three years from the day of your first date, 1095 days (plus one for a Leap year) from the day Spencer Reid fell in love, he proposed to you
Recruiting the creative help of Penelope, JJ, and Luke, he came up with the perfect idea: he lit a pathway of candles and rose petals to the backyard, where you found him on one knee. It was the first time Spencer Reid every concisely said what he was feeling
You made Spencer feel whole again, something that years of working in such a dismal environment prevented. You brought the light back to his eyes
A/N: I’m beat tonight, guys. I probably won’t post anything more tonight and I may not post anything tomorrow since I have my AP Lang test and makeup work for the classes I’m missing for that. Thursday may be my only active day until the weekend. Sorry! x
All 9 ‘Planet of the Apes’ Movies Ranked, Including ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’ (Photos)
With “War for the Planet of the Apes,” we’re nine movies deep in a franchise that is just under 50 years old, making it a staple of pop culture for even longer than “Star Wars.” And to celebrate its shockingly long lifespan and the release of a new entry, we’re going to rank all the “Planet of the Apes” movies.
9. “Planet of the Apes” (2001)
Tim Burton’s attempt at a franchise reboot is not really the total disaster we kind of collectively think it is now, but it is two hours of “I’m not sure why this exists.” That ape makeup work is something else, though.
8. “Battle for the Planet of the Apes” (1973)
Every single one of the original “Apes” movies will always hold a special place in my heart, but the every-decreasing budgets on these things really took its toll by the time we got to the fifth one.
7. “Conquest of the Battle of the Apes” (1972)
For those of us who live in LA, we greatly appreciate “Conquest” for the sequence in which Caesar leads his ape uprising through Century City. On the other hand, they simply did not have the money to make said ape uprising as awesome and epic as we would have wanted.
6. “War for the Planet of the Apes” (2017)
Every individual element of “War” is great, but they never really congeal into a coherent whole, frustratingly. The multiple subtle nods to the originals are a nice touch, also.
5. “Beneath the Planet of the Apes” (1970)
Charlton Heston’s reduced role in the first “Apes” sequel leaves it feeling a bit disjointed, but the thing is absolutely hypnotic even so. A marvelously weird experience.
4. “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” (2011)
There’s really no reason to think that this reboot, which amounts largely to “James Franco raises his ape son for two hours,” would be as substantial as it is, and yet every time I watch it I’m shocked by just how excellent it really is.
3. “Planet of the Apes” (1968)
What can I say about the original classic that hasn’t already been said? It’s the standard by which we judge so many modern things.
2. “Escape from the Planet of the Apes” (1971)
You’d think “Cornelius and Zira hang out with humans in the ’70s” would be a jump-the-shark creative choice (and probably many people do hold that opinion), but for my money “Escape” is easily the most delightful entry in the entire franchise.
1. “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” (2014)
As much as I love the “Apes” franchise, I would never have considered calling any of these movies perfect before I saw “Dawn.” That’s not to say I think “Dawn” is a perfect movie, but I do consider the possibility with surprising regularity.