bc they were on the starblaster for 100 years come on
magnus: [points to any animal on any given planet] taako tell that motherfucker i want to fight him
honestly a bunch of jokes about taako, lup, and barry being disney princesses for talking to animals
barry: can you please help me clean this mess up? merle: why don’t you just ask your animal friends to help? gather up your woodland creatures– barry: THAT WAS JUST THE ONE PLANET IT DOESN’T WORK ANYWHERE ELSE
merle is jesus
making up increasingly ludicrous stories and trying to get lucretia to actually write them down
magnus: you know, my real name is actually studly burninglove lucretia: [without looking up] you know what, magnus? i’ll do it. i will actually write that down. future generations will know you as studly. would that make you happy?
in that vein, davenport knew absolutely nothing about pop culture, so they keep making up celebrities and events and acting like they happened
they like. maintain it too. they have a whole canon of made-up pop culture.
taako: [something explodes] ugh this is just like when fantasy billy ray cyrus had his mid-90s breakdown davenport: isn’t it more like when fantasy kesha and fantasy bill nye had a cage match? lup: [completely straight-faced as magnus and taako try to smother their laughter] yes, cap’nport. exactly like that.
taako and lup almost managed to convince him that they were celebrity chefs until lucretia stepped in
[something goes wrong on the ship] anyone: greg fucking grimauldis
[points at anything] is that a bond
lup: am i made of bonds? barry: in a sense, yes. everything is. taako: are shadows? barry: lup: are dreams?
barry and lup bullshitting scientific-sounding words whenever magnus or merle ask them a question
I am a reader. A reader isn’t someone who just likes to read, but someone who feels such a strong attachment to a book or characters in a book that we feel as if we are literally living the story with them. Our whole life is changed by a good story, and until we finish it, we can’t think of anything else. We feel whatever emotions the characters feel, but 10 times stronger. You can’t choose to be a reader, you have to be lucky enough to be born with the gift. Some say its a good thing. But when you live hundreds of peoples lives through text on a page, it screws with our emotions so much that we really don’t know we we are anymore. A reader has the best insights on life, and the wisdom to go with it. I am a reader.
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It’s never a secret. For the first time in Kara’s thirteen years on Earth, there’s no great revelation. There isn’t anything to reveal.
This weight that she’s carried with her into every relationship outside the Danvers that she’s ever tried to build since she landed—it suddenly becomes inconsequential, when they’re together. The fact that Kara is Kryptonian, that she is Supergirl. The distinction between Kara Danvers and Kara Zor-El and National City’s resident hero. The deception; the disguise.
There’s no pretense between them, no pretending, no parts to play. They meet in the ring as Supergirl and Miss Martian, and then a few days later Kara Danvers shows up at the alien bar—and M’gann knows. It’s not something she needs to deduce or figure out after they’ve known each other a while. She just looks at Kara and she knows—it’s just a simple unconscious observation, as clear to see as the gold of Kara’s hair or the blue of her eyes.
M’gann slides Kara an Aldebaran rum and Kara doesn’t even realize that she’s still wearing her glasses.
So now I need the headcanon for the Titans group chat that Vic is apart of. :)
-would have a lot more members than the JLA chat because it also includes past team members (such as Dick)
-Dick is the overprotective mom figure who will text to check that missions went okay, that everyone is eating and sleeping (Tim). He’s usually met with a resounding “Chill dude, we’re fine”
-everyone sends terrible jokes and one liners because it’s “superhero tradition” to tell awful jokes. It’ll usually start with one person telling a joke and then the others respond with more jokes until it’s like an open mike night at a bad comedy club
-Wally will send “Dick Pics” of Dick doing everyday things and the first time he did it he just said “I’m sending you guys a dick pic” and everyone freaked out until they got a picture of Dick in his pyjamas eating a plate of tacquitos.
-Garth sends animal videos of cute cats and sometimes people will send back things like that one video where the whale punts the seal into the air and others will respond with “lol” and “get rekt kid”
-there’s a running joke/competition of who can find Tim sleeping in the weirdest place (Kon and Bart do well in this as they’ve sent pictures of Tim asleep in places such as the top of the fridge, halfway out of an air vent, and inside a cabinet)
-the chat is also used to create shopping lists to stock up the HQ’s fridge. Then it’s used to arrange cage matches to figure out who is actually going to do the shopping, which is another ordeal altogether.
• The brand of the division being called the Divas Division
• Women competing in bra and panties matches, evening gown matches, gravy bowl matches, eggnog matches, bunny matches, pillow fights, lingerie matches, bikini contests, and water balloon fights
• The era of the original Women’s Championship
• The retirement of the Women’s Championship and era of the Divas Championship
• The programming of Total Divas
Fast forward to 2016/2017 and we have:
• The retirement of the Divas Championship and birth of the new Women’s Championship
• Women no longer being called Divas and simply being called Superstars
• Smackdown women having their own Women’s Championship and all being involved in their storylines and being given decent screentime
• Women headlining and main eventing pay per views and their perspective brands
• Women competing in Iron Man matches, HIAC matches, steel cage matches, tables matches, ladder matches, No Disqualification matches, Falls Count Anywhere matches, Last Woman standing matches, and gauntlet matches
• A Netflix series inspired by women’s wrestling called GLOW
• The Mae Young Classic
And there is still so much more to come! There is still so much for the women of WWE to do! Let’s keep the revolution coming! May the progress continue!