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Looks like they could kill you but is actually a cinnamon roll:

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Looks like a cinnamon roll but could actually kill you:

Looks like a cinnamon roll and is actually a cinnamon roll:

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Looks like they could kill you and could actually kill you:

sinnamon roll:

The Seventh Wheel: A Case for Black Lion Lance

Alternatively titled: Lance Deserves The World Because He is My Son and I Love Him

Okay, so Shiro’s gone and someone’s gotta fill his big ass shoes. In the toss-up between him, Allura, and Keith, I’m going to be arguing in this post that Lance could be the guy to do it. And, fair warning, this is going to be ridiculously (like, ridiculously) long lmao so here’s the TL;DR right now: I think that a) Lance already shows the character traits of a good leader, and b) there’s a good chance of him becoming one, given his impending character arc. 

It also has a chance of not happening, of course, but who cares?? I already started writing this thing, so:

Alright, let’s begin at the beginning, because that’s always a good place to start.

Lance is first introduced to the audience as the classic loud, arrogant, goofy flirt. The perfect comic relief character. He rescues a guy because his “rival” was gonna do it first and he can’t have that, the first thing he does in the giant robot cat is fart, and he hits on a girl who just fell out of a pod in a magic castle. He’s there to make you laugh.

I can’t imagine anyone looking at a character like that and “You know what? This guy could be a leader.” Allura says it herself in episode 1. The black lion is supposed to be the decisive head of Voltron, a person who’s a natural born leader, who’s in control, and,

Basically, calm, collected, and respected. “A natural born leader.” So, definitely not Lance. Case closed.

But, not really. Because Lance actually is calm and collected. He’s just not respected. He has all the leadership traits– the problem is that he’s not treated as someone who could be a leader.

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anonymous asked:

So you're saying that Demencia knocks Flug out. And when he comes to, he's probably tied down to his bed. He can't leave unless he meets Black Hat's demands and gets some sleep.

and yet

it was supposed to be swoon flug to sleep, not get elbowed in the face by flug


Most Memorable Dresses: Elizabeth Hurley’s Black Versace Gold Safety Pin dress, so well known that it’s often just referred to as “THAT dress,” worn when she accompanied Hugh Grant to the premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral in 1994.


Perhaps it WAS the good Doctor in that thumbnail- Jack did reference him in the video! :D

But it was with yet another mention of “death”- something that has recently been a part of Anti’s pattern… Not to add that in the description the sickness is called “Life”.

If Dr. Schneeplestein is the only one who can ‘help us’ with this dilemma, maybe we’ll see him soon again? Or…. A team up is in the works?