I saw a beautiful painting of a battle between historical frigates and wanted it… but apart from costing $499, it had some kind of pretentious informative title and wasn’t called “BOAT FIGHTS!”, which is what I would have called it.
“HMS MTB-263 (British Motor Torpedo Boat, 1940, ex-USS PT-14) Ready for delivery to The Royal Navy, circa Mid-1941. She has been modified to British specifications, with R.N. Type 21" Torpedo Tubes, a 20mm machine cannon and other changes.”
I can't be the only one upset that Constance Wu was snubbed from the Emmy nominations this year. I am so sick of Julia-Louise Dreyfus winning almost every single fucking time.
Oh me me me me me pick me! Randall Park and Constance Wu are doing some of the best comedic work on television I have seen in years. Their delivery is incredibly unique. Like I watch that show and I get angry because I will never be as good as them. Constance Wu, like I don’t even know how she does it, like how can one person have that kind of comedic timing and it’s nothing we’ve ever seen before. She makes that character work so well and could easily be flat but that character is so brilliantly complicated and omg I love her. She was snubbed.
Summary: One night after Eren and his friends share a bottle of whisky, two bottles of whatever Annie brought and a couple of ghost stories, they walk the path along the gravel road, through the wheat field and past the small forest and stumble upon the old boat house. Inside they find something that’s sleeping on the bottom, someone clearly not human. One of them comes up with the idea they should catch it, probably fucking Jean, but in their surprise they actually succeed. However, in mere seconds the situation is suddenly turned completely upside down.
Eren doesn’t fall into the water, he doesn’t jump, he’s pulled down.