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sharkman-jhones  asked:

Just finished the game, DLC, shrines and all! You already went over some of the armor sets that Zelda enjoys. Champion's Tunic? Warm and familiar. Either desert set? Ooh! Exotic. Royal Guard set? Classy. Everybody loves a sheep dressed man. Barbarian set? *Grr!* Does things. But! The more important question, are there any sets where the only reaction is "No. The well has gone dry. Total drought. Take that off before anyone sees you, or worse, sees me with you and realizes we're together."

fun question! Zelda thinks that the tingle outfit and radiant armour are absurd but ultimately hilarious, but Link has the common decency not to wear them in public and just save it for the bedroom. the ancient and rubber armour are slightly ridiculous but kind of fascinating from a scientific perspective, so she quite likes those. 

the only armour she really dislikes is the phantom ganon set. it’s so obtrusive and conspicuous and she hates it. it’s actually quite functional so Link thinks it’s really cool, and frankly he’s delighted by how much it bothers her when he wears it in public. townspeople will sometimes see Zelda walking briskly ahead of him with her head down muttering, “this is so embarrassing. everyone is looking. why are you like this” while Link just trails along behind her fully decked out making darth vader noises. 

anonymous asked:

People who think Kisame would have trouble finding a partner are wild, any decent monster fucker would jump him immediately

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YES

T H A N K   Y O U

YOU COULDN’T BE MORE RIGHT, AND YOU KNOW WHAT!? I’M GONNA PRINT YOUR COMMENT AND HANG IT ON MY WALL

Originally posted by behindthezenes

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Seriously though, this movie frustrates me.

If only because it could’ve been a fairly straight forward and quite alright B-Movie. There’s some moments that are legitimately inspired, and Jeffrey Combs gives it his all (as per usual). Hay, even the creature effects are quite alright! But it’s all muddled with really poor writing, bad editing, worse directing, and what feels like “too many cooks in the kitchen spoiled the stew” syndrome.

It hurts me to say this but, skip this one. Unless you’re a hardcore fan of Jeffrey Combs, there might be something worth checking out for you.

And now, if you excuse me, I have to help Spike out of that outfit. It doesn’t look very comfortable either.