can u believe harry wore Actual Glasses on his Actual Face and we only got 3 pieces of photographic evidence of said phenomena and 2 of which were tampered with by harry’s Unidentified Supernatural Being powers and are distressingly blurry? amazing
I love working at joann fabrics today a guy asked me to show him the fake fur and when I did he goes “noooo… this won’t do” and part of my job is giving advice for projects so I asked him what he was using it for and he looks down at the floor and quietly says “… I wanna make a yeti costume to scare people with when we go skiing…”
Hi!! So, this is from the Prompt Ask Meme, @goramidiot thank you for asking!!
29. “Anything but that.” 39. “Come on, it wasn’t that bad.” // Klance
Klance Disney Short Date! I’m so sorry it took me so long, I got caught up with some updates and such.
Aaaaand also sorry it’s so short!! <33
Disclaimer: Voltron doesn’t belong to me.
“Anything but that.”
Lance laughs as his boyfriend’s grip on
the lamp post tightens. “Keith, babe, come on, it’s not a real Disney Vacation
if you don’t ride Everest.”
Keith scolds, “You said that when you
bought the ears, Lance.” He says as he points with his eyes the Minnie ears on
Lance shrugs, “Well, those are
practically mandatory, babe.”
Keith glares down at his boyfriend as
Lance tries to pull him off the lamp post, “I will not ride that mountain of
“Keith! You literally fly every day at
“Those are simulators that don’t have
freaky yetis, Lance!”
“We will not see The Lion King Show if
we don’t ride this, Keith.” Lance declares, tapping his foot against the floor,
arms crossed against his chest, “And no Simba plushie.”
“What the fuck, man.” Keith whispers
horrified and Lance’s mouth twitch in amusement.
“It’s for your own good, amor! I
promise you, you will like the ride!” The brunet reassurance as he drops a kiss
against Keith’s cheek and pries his hands off the lamp post. “Trust me.”
Keith just grumbles under his breath as
he let his boyfriend grab him by the hand and starts pulling them towards the
Fifty five minutes later and the couple
was first in line, Lance whooping excitedly as they take a seat at the very
first row of the cart, smiling bright and big at the nervous Keith besides him.
“It’s going to be fine.” Lance whispers
softly as he grabs Keith’s hand and rubs small soothing circles on it, “I’m
here with you.”
Keith gulps and returns the smile,
small and shaky.
“And the Yeti, it’s here for you too.”
Keith’s annoyed shout of his
boyfriend’s name is cut off by the sudden start of the ride.
“Come on, it wasn’t so bad!” Lance says
as he pays for the reaction photo of him and Keith and grins back at his
boyfriend as Keith continues to pant against the wall, “It was dark for like, a
“I was in a black hole.” Keith whispers
softly, hand still clutching his chest, “A dark cold black hole.”
Lance rolls his eyes and kiss Keith on
top of his head. “You have seen too many Space Documentaries, babe.” He
declares, wrapping an arm around his boyfriend’s shoulders and pulling him
close, “But on the other hand, look at you, looking so handsome.”
Keith frowns in confusion before
looking at the photo in Lance’s hands.
The picture itself it’s a good one and
while the two other pairs above Lance and Keith have happy wide grins on their
faces, Keith’s an entire different story.
The black haired man in the picture is
leaning back on the seat as far as he can as his mouth is wide open in terror
and his eyes are big and shiny as if staring straight into death’s eye. One of
his hands is grabbing into Lance’s shirt in a death grip while the other one is
holding the tube on his lap.
Besides him, Lance is smiling wide and
big, one of his blue eyes closed by the hard wind that makes his hair wild and
with his only open eye, he’s looking at his boyfriend, one of his hands firmly
placed over Keith’s one on his chest.
Keith smiles at it as he takes Lance’s
hand into his own and drops a kiss on it.
While we’ve previously profiled the formidable, breakdown-prone Yeti of Disney’s Animal Kingdom’s Expedition Everest, today we take a look at the attraction as a whole. Early on in development of this E-ticket thrill ride, there was hesitation to use the Everest theme. Unlike Disneyland’s Matterhorn or even Space Mountain, which was inspired by the aesthetics of Japan’s Mount Fuji, Imagineers questioned whether the profile of Mount Everest was distinctive enough to wow audiences. To solve this concern, Imagineer Joe Rohde suggested putting the mountain range itself in the background rather than making it the focal point. The foreground would be dressed with more enticing visual images, while the peaks would tower mysteriously beyond. What resulted was a stunning and layered landscape that draws curious and thrill-seeking guests to this Forbidden Mountain daily.
Engineering professor: “Can anybody give me an example of an engineering mistake which caused something to fail?”
Me, internally: “The yeti is the largest and most complex audio-animatronic figure ever built by Walt Disney Imagineering. It is 25 feet (7.6 m) tall. Its “skin” measures 1,000 square feet (93 m2), and is held in place by 1,000 snaps and 250 zippers. Its movement is controlled by 19 actuators (when functioning in “A-mode”, its full mode of operation). It can move 5 ft (1.5 m) horizontally and 18 in (46 cm) vertically when functioning in “A-mode”. The yeti’s roars are provided by voice actor Fred Tatasciore.The Yeti has not been in full “A-mode” operation since a few months after the ride’s opening, when its framing split, causing significant risk of catastrophic malfunction if it were operated. It currently only operates in the alternative “B-mode”, which is limited to a strobe-light effect designed to give the appearance of movement, earning it the nickname “Disco Yeti” from some fans. It is speculated that the problem was caused by damage to the yeti’s concrete base structure, which is unlikely to be repaired until a major refurbishment in the distant future, because the design limits access to the yeti without major disassembly of the superstructure.The problem with the concrete is rumored to have occurred due to a glitch in the 4-D scheduling software that prevented adequate curing of a portion of the Yeti’s foundation prior to the overlapping fabrication of mountain elements and roller coaster track.Joe Rohde, the Imagineer in charge of building the attraction and Animal Kingdom, was asked about the yeti at the 2013 D23 Expo. Rohde responded “You have to understand, it’s a giant complicated machine sitting on top of, like, a 46-foot tall tower in the middle of a finished building. So, it’s really hard to fix, but we are working on it. And we continue to work on it. We have tried several ‘things’, none of them quite get to the key, turning of the 40-foot tower inside of a finished building, but we are working on it… I will fix the Yeti someday, I swear.” 
Summary:You’ve spent the last five years on a dangerous mission to solve the crime that wrongly imprisoned your father. When the Winchesters find you half-frozen on the side of a mountain, they make it their own mission to save your life and make sure you stay alive. But after five years of uncovering horribly dark secrets, you’ve learned not to trust anyone. Especially people who seem like they have good intentions.
this is bad timing, but I just need a few days off.”
a deadline, Y/N,” your manager replied through the phone.
understand that. And I’d be willing to work online while I’m gone. I’ll work
overtime when I get back. I’ll even take on more projects if I can get these
three days off right now.” You were already packing. If they wouldn’t let you
go, then you would threaten to quit.
a beat of silence as you threw some socks into your suitcase. Braxton walked in
and raised an eyebrow, but you were too hinged on your phone call to explain it
doubts the existence of aliens until he gets obvious proof BUT once in an alien ship, with a bunch of alien technology, after it had been taken over by alien enemies, his immediate reaction when things began going wrong wasn’t “technology problems, possibly due to hacking”, it was “GHOSTS”
does not make the puns. hunk makes puns and he groans. side note: pidge also makes puns. lance is the straight man of the trio in terms of punning.
generally likes having a plan and sticking to it (”how about we lay low and you don’t blow our cover. keith. think about what you’re doing. don’t walk through that door!” and i’m sure there are other examples), and/but if something catches his interest he’ll impulsively go after it (after shiro’s crash and when he sees keith).
therefore, i propose:
team voltron as a paranormal investigation team wherein lance is the (admittedly goofy but) slightly-more-responsible one
he’ll make jokes but as soon as his teammates say something about “we lost the trail yeti-gain” he threatens to leave
most of the time he’s with hunk, trying to keep pidge and keith still while shiro isn’t looking, but if it’s about ghosts he’s immediately in, no questions asked, and hunk is doomed to follow along and make sure they don’t die
“Joe Rohde, the Imagineer in charge of building the attraction and Animal Kingdom, was asked about the yeti at the 2013 D23 Expo. Rohde reponded “You have to understand, it’s a giant complicated machine sitting on top of, like, a 46-foot tall tower in the middle of a finished building. So, it’s really hard to fix, but we are working on it. And we continue to work on it. We have tried several ‘things’, none of them quite get to the key, turning of the 40-foot tower inside of a finished building, but we are working on it… I will fix the Yeti someday, I swear.”