i’m the secret santa for @twentyeightisalie who wanted bones doctoring so, how about bones delivering them gorn octuplets who came out biting and their proud n happy parents
ok so gorns usually have fellow gorn be their doctors, especially for something as personal as this, but there was an emergency and bones was the only option. it took him an hour or two to get the couple to trust him and no small amount of effort to get those babies safe and sound. they’re very durable and energetic so its pretty normal to have them naked n crawling everywhere after birth. he’s also their favorite doctor (and the family occasionally comms him from time to time).
So if I
didn’t count wrong, then Stakar’s team as we know it from GotG 2 consists of
six people: Stakar, Aleta, Mainframe, Martinex, Charlie-27 and Krrugarr.
doing some research for my fanfictions, I realized that, while the Ravager Captains
act independent from each other, each with their own crew (which, apparently,
all have a different color – Stakar is some kind of dark blue, Aleta black,
Yondu is red), they all share the flame badge.
are seven tips on the badge. Exactly seven tongues of flames, one in the
middle, three on each side.
seven flames for seven Captains.
but I really like to headcanon this: The flames represent Stakar’s original
team, the core of the Ravagers. The badge was made when Yondu was still part of
He is flame
with Yondu out of the team, after breaking the code - Stakar never changed the
had one more very good reason to keep the badge, even though he was no longer
an official Ravager.
reminded him of his old team, the people he had lost by breaking the code.
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Imagine you woke up one day to find several years had gone by in a blink. Maybe you were in a coma. Maybe you were in cryo-sleep. Maybe you angered a witch (it’s probably that one). Whatever: If you had a job and a place to live, you don’t anymore. Your friends have probably moved on. You feel out of place in the world. Oh, also, you have a giant tattoo on your forehead that says “desk-shitter,” because you shit on a witch’s desk, buddy – not a good move. That’s pretty much the same situation inmates are in, right after they’re released from prison: Not only adrift, but with stigma attached. Luckily, there are people who help. We spoke to “Carla,” who used to work at a correctional facility designed to assist inmates preparing for life on the outside.
One popular way to end up at Carla’s facility was to “serve more than 10 years in a state correctional facility and apply or be recommended to transition and finish your sentence early,” Carla told us. That includes legitimate murderers and psychopaths, who were absolutely not ready to re-enter society.
“When there’s a psychopathic rapist on the second floor and his file says ‘episodes triggered by ponytail hairstyle,’ don’t forget to bun your hair before bed check because he’s a fast motherfucker,” Carla says. “Some of them tried to kill me, [including a] neo-Nazi who constantly threatened to kill me until he knocked up a black stripper with twins and I helped her sign up for public assistance.”
But not even he was as memorable as the honest-to-God axe-murderer.
I have often wondered why some of the names that we mention or speak about, have the liberty of a ‘JI’ after their name, and some dont ..
There is the benefit of respect of course, but the addition of the ‘ji’ has not been explained to me, with any convincing logic. I shall call Shoojit Sircar my director, Shoojit .. but shall address Neeraj Pandey as Neeraj ji .. and the examples are many and diverse ..
Its an odious word or an addition .. there is that obvious respect for an elder, or respect for one that is unknown to you .. there is also that liberty of the sarcasm, which is often played out among known bodies, or unknown ..
The reasons though have avoided me .. and as I sit and ponder, I wonder !!
I shall address my family doctor, one that has been with me for years and years as Doctor Saheb, and never by his first name, though he is younger than me, and has always been treated as family. But no. Staff and those that work for you are always on first name, but never the doctor. And its always Mem Saheb, when addressing the staff about the wife, never ‘gharwali’ or ‘dharampatni ji’ which really is the correct designation. Royalty, is addressed in their respective homes as ‘Maharaj ji’ or ‘Raja ji’, and at times ‘Raja Saheb’ .. the prince or the son next in command as ‘Kunwar Saheb’ .. the wife of the Maharaj as ‘Maharani Sahiba’ or ‘Rani Sahiba’
And then of course there is ‘Sahibzaade’, the son of the sahib .. and many such titles, which are given titles for time immemorial. ‘Lord’, ‘Sir’ and ‘Your Highness’ or ‘Your Majesty’ ‘Prince’ ‘Princes’ are all derivatives of the royal influence, imparting dignity and respect .. in the England and Europe .. try addressing thus in the United States and you’ll probably get hit .. the culture of first name being most prevalent ..
So to all the ‘Sahib’s’ and ‘Mem Sahib’s’ .. to the Hignessess and Majesties .. the Raja Maharaja and Maharani’s ..