do the numbers right

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His red henley behind the scenes of Captain America: Civil War (2016) as requested subconsciously by @hisredhenley all day every day. 1

transcript of all the texts peter sent to happy

…Anyways, I’m out of school at 3 today
Need my assistance?
What is Tony up to?
Tell him I say hi!
😎
Hey Happy!
Just checking in again.
Really miss our missions, hoping to do one again soon!
You think you’ll need me today?
Out of school at 2:45
PM
Ready when you are!
Hey Happy
Just updating you on the latest!
Helped clear the road for an ambulance
Stopped a guy trying to mug an old man
Just being me, cleaning up Queens!
School is so boring
Wish I could be doing more
Just let me know!
This is your number, right?
Happy?
Press 1 if yes, 2 if no
How’s Black Widow?
or should I say, “Natasha”
Big News! Quit Band Practice
Now I have more time for crime-fighting
Pretty big sacrifice
but I am completely committed
Hey Happy just checking in. I’m out of school at 2:45 PM 👊
Ready for my next mission!
It’s Peter BTW.
Parker

150 Self-Discovery & Reflection Journal Prompts

1. What is going well in your life right now? 

2. Think of the last time you had a really great day. What was the best part of it? 

3. Write about a time you felt brave. 

4. How will you enjoy creativity and nature today?

5. List as many things as you can that make you happy. 

6. How can you take a break today? 

7. When is the last time you lost track of time? What were you doing? 

8. What is the last thing you created that you were proud of? 

9. When is the last time you were excited? What was happening? 

10. When do you create the best results or make the best decisions in your life? 

11. How do you enjoy spending your free time most? 

12. What are your greatest strengths? 

13. What values are most important to you? Are you living true to these values? Why or why not? 

14. If you could make a difference in the world, what would it be? 

15. If you had no fear, what would you do? 

16. What is the biggest barrier between you and your full honesty in journaling? 

17. What would you do with $10 million? 

18. Write a letter to your teenage self. 

19. What have you learned today that will make tomorrow better? 

20. What are you most grateful for? 

21. What would you do if you had no fears? 

22. Do you own things, or do things own you? 

23. What happens when you let go of expectations? 

24. What are you currently worrying about? 

25. Who are you? 

26. Who do you want to be? 

27. Write about a difficult time in your life when you showed strength. 

28. What makes you unique? 

29. Write a letter to someone who has supported you through the most difficult time in your life. 

30. What do joy and wellness look and feel like to you? 

31. What qualities do you look for in a friend? 

32. List your accomplishments and successes. 

33. Who made you feel good in this past week?

34. What activities make you feel energized? 

35. Reflect on the happiest moment of your life and write down how you felt, what you heard, etc. 

36. What is your most treasured possession and why?

37. What is the greatest life lesson you’ve ever learned? 

38. How do you feel about your body? 

39. Do you consider yourself a victim of your circumstances or a survivor? 

40. How does journaling help you? 

41. If you could run away, where would you go? What would you bring with you? 

42. What are two unforgettable moments in your life? 

43. Share your innermost secret; something you’ve never told anyone before. 

44. What is one thing you can do today to improve your health? 

45. What is the driving force in your life? 

46. What is your personal motto? 

47. Write a letter to someone you need to forgive. 

48. What are you angry about? 

49. How do you want to be remembered? What do you want to be remembered for? 

50. Choose a number and write a gratitude list. 

51. What do you need right now? 

52. Who or what means the world to you, and why? 

53. Share your favorite positive affirmations. 

54. What are you passionate about? 

55. Reflect on an old photograph and write about it. 

56. Write your own obituary. 

57. How do you manage stress? 

58. How does it feel to be the age that you currently are? 

59. What does authenticity mean to you? 

60. What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received? Who was it from? Why is it the best? 

61. Do you practice any time management techniques? If not, do you think you could benefit from some? 

62. If you could relive any experience in your life, what would it be? 

63. Are you addicted to social media? Honestly assess yourself. 

64. Reflect on some of the changes you’ve seen in yourself over the last 5 years. 

65. What is your earliest childhood memory? 

66. Write a review of a book or movie that had a huge impact on you.

 67. What does growing older mean to you? 

68. What is your guilty pleasure? 

69. Write a letter to your future or current child. 

70. Look in the mirror and write about what you see. 

71. Where do you see yourself in 5, 10, 20 years? 

72. Write about your family members. 

73. Why is it important to embrace your inner child? 

74. What excites you about your future? 

75. List 5 short-term and long-term goals. Explain the steps you’ll take to achieve each of those goals. 

76. Share your bucket list. 

77. What bad habits do you have? 

78. Write about the place you grew up. 

79. Discuss an important and controversial topic that is relevant in the world right now and explain your stance on it. 

80. Write a letter to a pre-teen about body image. 

81. How do you maintain your mental, physical, and spiritual health? 

82. Are you honestly happy with how you have lived your life so far? 

83. What do you really, truly want? 

84. How can you amplify what you’re currently doing in your life? 

85. How can you make someone’s day today? 

86. What are you currently fighting or resisting? 

87. What does life want from you? 

88. What do you need to give yourself permission to do? Write a permission slip for it, as long as it is healthy. 

89. What do you want to learn today? 

90. What would happen if you forgave yourself for doing something you regret? 

91. How can you do more? 

92. How can you do less? 

93. Do you ever get in your own way? How? 

94. On this long journey of self-discovery, what do you hope to achieve or find?

95. What do you think shaped you into the person you are today? 

96. Knowing that you must let go of some things in order to move forward, what do you need to let go of? 

97. Is there anything you need to get off your chest? Write it out. 

98. When do you feel free and the most confident? 

99. List questions you need answers to. 

100. When you’re old and gray, what do you hope you remember about your life? 

101. Do you have depression or anxiety? If so, write about what it feels like, what it looks like, etc. 

102. What is motivating you to journal for self-discovery? 

103. Write a list of people you can trust or go to in times of need. Note contact information. 

104. If you lost everything, what would you do? Where would you go? 

105. If you knew you had a month to live, who would you call? What would you say? What would you do? 

106. How is your relationship with your parents? 

107. What is your dream job or profession? 

108. What is your stance on religion? Do you consider yourself religious? 

109. What is the most outrageous thing you’ve ever done? 

110. What is worse: never trying, or trying and failing many times? 

111. What is the worst thing that’s ever happened to you? 

112. What would you change about your body? 

113. What does success actually mean to you?

114. How do you express your anger? Is this a good or healthy manner of expression? 

115. If you had 3 wishes, what would you wish for? 

116. List some of your favorite songs and note why you like them. 

117. Do you have any sexual fantasies? 

118. What is the biggest mistake you’ve ever made? 

119. Write a letter to someone you strongly admire. 

120. Do you procrastinate? When? What could you do to stop procrastinating?

121. What are your weaknesses? 

122. Describe your favorite season and why you like it. 

123. Write about how your sense of style has changed over the past 5 years. 

124. What is the meaning of life? 

125. What is your life’s purpose? 

126. What are you currently craving? 

127. What is something you would love to do, but aren’t sure if you can do? 

128. When do you feel the best about yourself? 

129. When do you feel the worst about yourself? 

130. Who are you not? 

131. How does your intuition or conscience speak to you? 

132. What aspect of your life do you need support in? 

133. What gave you great joy today? 

134. Did you feel lovable today? Why or why not? 

135. What expectations of yours haven’t been met recently? Why or why not? 

136. When you think about your future, how do you feel? 

137. Write about some of the negative things your inner critic says to you, and then disprove them with rational thoughts. 

138. If your life could be summarized or exuded in one word, what would that word be? 

139. Write about a moment experienced through your body. It could be making love, eating breakfast, laughing, etc. 

140. What couldn’t you live without? 

141. What does unconditional love look like to you? 

142. What do you wish others knew about you? 

143. If your body could talk to you, what would it say? 

144. What do you love about life? 

145. What emotions do you feel or associate with confidence? 

146. What are some things you’d like to say no to? 

147. How can having a positive attitude change your life? 

148. Write a pep talk to yourself for use the next time you feel upset or depressed. 

149. Write a letter to your future self. 

150. What have you learned by journaling for self-discovery?

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All the texts that Peter sent to Happy -
> Need my assistance?
> What is Tony up to?
> Tell him I say hi!
> B)
> Hey Happy!
> Just checking in again.
> Really miss our missions, hoping to do one again soon!
> Do you think you’ll need me today?
> I get out of school at 2:45
> Ready when you are!
> Hey Happy
> Just updating you on the latest!
> Helped clear the road for an ambulance
> Stopped a guy trying to mug an old man
> Just being me, clearing up Queens!
> School is so boring
> Wish I could be doing more
> Just let me know!
> This is your number, right?
> Happy?
> Press 1 if yes, 2 if no
> How’s Black Widow?
> Or should I say “Natasha”
> Big News! Quit band practice
> So I have more time for crime-fighting
> Pretty big sacrifice
> But I’m completely committed
> Hey happy, just checking in! I’m out of school at 2:45 PM
> Ready for my next mission!
> It’s Peter BTW
> Parker

The Raven Cycle TV Show

Yooo. So it seems like this is really happening. I’m hella stoked. Was doing a little looking around the tag, and saw people are a little wary of this getting fucked up. Believe me, I feel ya. But with what they’ve told us so far, I’m not that worried. Here’s why.

Number one, it’s been picked up by Syfy. If you know me, you know I’m a sucker for The Magicians. It’s the tits. If that show is any indication, we know Syfy has the chops to do this story right.
Number two, Andrew Miller is in the driver’s seat. Anybody remember The Secret Circle? He did that show too. This series is right up his alley in terms of aesthetic and tone.
Number three, Maggie Stiefvater herself is executive producing, so we’ve no need to be concerned about following the books.
Number four, Catherine Hardwicke is also executive producing. She did Eyewitness, a show with amazing mlm rep.

We’re in good hands, guys. Breathe easy.

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LOIS:  Look, Clark, I know that I got a little thorny when you raised the red flag on A.C.
CLARK:  I was just trying to look out for you.
LOIS:  And I appreciate it.  I’ve just never had someone to help guide me through the shark-infested ocean of romance. … Not that I can’t fend for myself.
CLARK:  You know, I think I was wrong about our friend A.C.

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I love them??? please excuse the bad anatomy I haven’t been drawing people 

My name is Stiles Stilinski and i used to be a spy.

When you’re burned, you’ve got nothing. No cash, no credit, no job history. You’re stuck in whatever city they decide to dump you. You do whatever work comes your way, you rely on anyone who’s still talking to you. Bottom line, until you figure out who burned you, you’re not going anywhere.

***

C4 is meant to be used, not stored.

When Stiles’s ex-handler tells him to stay put and lay low, she doesn’t mean “go out, get into a brawl with a drug cartel and blow up their warehouse”, but field work is always chaotic and people are often forced to improvise. On the bright side, it’s a big win for police and the people of Miami, because with $20 mil in lost product and chain arrests of everyone involved, the safest place for the gang is prison. On the other hand, huge plum of smoke and fire is bound to attract attention.

***

Flirtation is always a tactical option.

Detectives Hale and Parrish catch the Robin Hood a day after he dumps a local crime lord on their steps, gagged and bound with a obscenely pink bow slapped on his forehead. It’s a sheer dumb luck really- the man trips and literally falls into Derek Hale’s hands, planting his face right into the detective’s pecks after tripping on a wire. Detective Hale is an exemplary officer and in perfect physical condition, so the prep’s face is cushioned and doesn’t take any damage. It does however hit something in his head, because the prep - Stiles Stilinski- spends all interrogation shamelessly flirting with Derek. Derek is unimpressed and stoic as ever, and Parrish envies his poker face because - well, because pink tips of Derek’s ears betray that Stiles’s flirting tactics is actually hitting the target.

***

There are people you can trust.

Stiles Stilinski is whisked away by his lawyer-ex-handler Lydia Martin after she shoves a top-secret directive from DOD into Hale and Parrish’s faces and proposes an under-the-radar cooperation agreement between the spy and the law enforcement agency. Or, as Derek calls it, a pile of crap.

A pile of crap proves to be a surprisingly effective arrangement. While police are bound by law and regulations, Stiles is not bound by anything, including common sense. He goes undercover, bullshits his way out of any situation, beats up and maims should the occasion arise, and slowly but surely crawls into Derek’s heart.

Jordan isn’t blind and wishes Derek would act upon it, because Stilinski’s behavior screams that feeling is mutual, but Jordan also knows Derek’s history of horrific breakups, and falling in love with a disgraced ex-CIA who likes to dodge bullets and blow shit up might not be a good idea. So, Parrish keeps his mouth shut.

***

Don’t argue with destiny, it will kick your ass.

Parrish knows Derek is taken even when there are no cries for help or signs of struggle in Derek’s apartment. It’s 7 hours before a category 5 hurricane hits Miami, and Derek is nowhere to be found. The captain is worried too, but with all personnel deployed to assist in mandatory evacuations, there isn’t much the precinct can do except for waiting out the storm and hoping their detective is still alive when it’s over.

Parrish knows Derek won’t last that long, Argents are anything but merciful.

The thing is- he doesn’t have to fight them alone. And there is nothing more dangerous than a pissed off CIA.

Two hours before the landfall, Parrish is chasing down Derek’s cell signal when a car stops at the precinct’s door and dumps Derek on the steps. Derek is battered and bruised but otherwise fine, so Jordan grabs him, stuffs him into the car and hits the gas.

They are half-way to the safe zone when Derek finally speaks up.

“You, um… you do have his number, right?”

Jordan turns to his partner who suddenly looks very young, fiddling with his seat belt.

“Yeah, why?”

“I owe him a dinner.”

Parrish lets out a sigh of relief, thanks the heavens and looks back at the road.

spidey kids' voicemails
  • peter: you've reached mister peter parker! may, press one, ned, press two. happy, press three. flash, delete my number
  • ned: whO CALLS UPON THE GUY IN THE CHAIR? *beep*
  • flash: if you have this number you must be blessed,so go on you know what to do
  • michelle: if this isn't peter, leave a message. if it is, how do you keep getting my number??
  • liz: i'm not here right now please leave a messege

“Throughout Root’s hospitalization, the Machine calculates the probabilities created by her continued involvement with Root […] Smaller probabilities apply to outcomes such as Root having a child, and global thermonuclear war (a more likely outcome than Marriage/Procreation).” LMAO

It was supposed to be an innocent trip to the movies– a date night because the two had been horribly busy over the last two weeks.

Keith picked Lance up around seven and was surprised to see the latter looking incredibly pale and bundled up in a coat despite the early fall temperatures.

“You’re sick,” Keith said flatly as Lance eased himself into the passenger seat. His hands gripped tightly around the wheel, but he kept his eyes trained on the brunet.

“I’m okay,” Lance said, but seconds later, he had to turn away to cough harshly into the crook of his elbow.

“Lance-”

“I said I’m fine,” Lance muttered out tiredly as a few, weaker coughs slipped past his lips. “Yeah I’m a little sick, but I haven’t seen you in two weeks, Keith. I want to spend time with you.”

Sighing, Keith leaned toward Lance and brushed a hand against the brunet’s too warm cheek. “We can spend the night in. We don’t have to go out.”

Lance shook his head. “We agreed on a proper date night. Let’s just go. I’ll be fine.”

Keith was reluctant, but he couldn’t counter Lance’s stubbornness. He put the car in drive and pulled out of the parking spot he was in.

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Okay, shit’s fucked. You have a test in less than 24 hours and you’re freaking out. But fear not! This study plan is made for you to retain the biggest amout of information you can and practice what you know. Let’s start: 

  1. Get water and something to eat.
  2. Get your books, your class notes, everything,  + something to highlight. 
  3. Mark what’s important (things your teacher talked about over and over, the main points of the chapter etc)
  4. Write down formulas, chemical reactions, basically anything you need to memorize step by step and put it up your wall. Read it several times during the day. 
  5. Read everything again and record yourself.
  6. Listen while writing down key words. 
  7. Now, you’re going to calm down. Take a deep breath. Start off by asking yourself “what?” answer with the main point. “Why? explain. “Why?explain. Keep going like that until you get to the point where you don’t know. Look at your books and get your answer. Keep asking “why? (same thing with math and physics: “why did I get this result?”) 
  8. Get your materials and answer at least 10 questions. This way, you’ll be learning both the subject and how the questions are usually made. Don’t get nervous if you don’t get anything right at first, just keep doing it. 
  9. Repeat number 5 (don’t need to write down anything) 
  10. +10 questions and explain them to yourself after
  11. Listen to your recordings.(+ one more time before you go to sleep) 
  12. Calm down, you did it. If you want to (or still have time), read everything over again. 

REMINDERS:

  • The key is to do one thing at a time.
  • You won’t be able to remember everything if you read something fast over and over. Take it easy and you’ll get more information. 
  •  It’s easy to get stressed in this situation, but you need to keep in mind that you CAN do it. 
  • Do a favor for yourself and don’t procrastinate. This is something important and you’ll feel much better knowing that you did something. 
  • GOOD LUCK!!