Clone Headcanons:Totally Wasted Editon

Rex: Insists he’s not drunk and does dangerous and/ or stupid things to prove it.
Cody: Giggler, almost anything will make him laugh like a spray paint can misfiring.
Fives: Gets naked at the slightest provocation. Talking to him is extreme provocation.
Kix: Finally gets the courage to flirt,does so by telling his grossest medical stories
Echo: Tells the same story repeatedly. It only gets more entertaining as he seems to develop a childlike fascination with the sounds letters make as he goes along until he’s just saying “ BBBB!” And looking pleased with himself.
Fox: Starts a chant of “ Fuck Da Police”, despite being reminded that he is, in fact, the police.
Tup: Becomes a cuddly puppy type, as in he’ll casually walk over your genitalia to lick your face.
Wolffe: Delivers a stream of consciousness monologue sung like an eighties power ballad.
Gree: Also does a stream of consciousness monologue, entirely in huttese
Bly: quiet unless he sees a ruitan twi-lek, then he starts crying.
Dogma: Weepy ranting about regulations, tends to pass out first.
Jesse: Tells everyone how much he loves them. Gives them leaves that he finds on the ground
Heavy: Starts fistfight over bullshit trivia, like who’s the best prime minister of Loth.
Cutup: Ends up making out with someone on the hood of a speeder. At least once it was a gamorian in a blonde wig.
Droidbait: Stole a hover grocery cart and charged other drunk people for rides. Made a hundred credits. Remembers none of it and it vaguely troubles him to this day.



Once you start looking for things, you realise that they’re everywhere. The cover of Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, the new novel from Haruki Murakami, features five circles – one representing Tsukuru (Mr Colorless), the other four his estranged friends (Mr Red, Mrs Black, Mrs White and Mr Blue). Something so simple as a circle can be spotted hundreds of times in a day.

This month, CMYK is running a #murakamicircles competition, across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Find a perfect circle and post it to any of our CMYK social media sites with the hashtag #murakamicircles for the chance to win a signed copy of Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage. We’ll be picking one winner a week for 3 weeks. We are looking forward to seeing your entries.

Our special editon of Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage can now be found in Waterstones. It has black sprayed edges and is velvety to the touch. 

For those who played the bonus SEA or know of the extras~

It really does break my heart to see that Sonny is being so hard on himself. To the point where he’s questioning everything; his friendships, his family, his self…

But I think this would be a good opportunity to bring in a story arch of someone who is depressed and not only have Nancy be supportive (after being tactless of course) but show how someone can deal with depression on their own.

I know we see shreds of it in CAR, CLK, and a little in CUR  and those I feel were pretty good, but none of them really goes deep into it or really presents it as depression. So I think it’d be a good thing to have in the next game with Sonny for that to be addressed and handled because it IS an important topic that I think could be done beautifully if not a tad tactlessly by Nancy.

anonymous asked:

I completely agree w/ the anon tht was talking abt Evans dad. Shit the least you can do is acknowledge tht your other son, Scott, is also an actor. Scotts making his way into Hollywood tho bc hes been filming alot nowadays, dnt know on what but he is

That’s true. He could say “I have two sons that are actors, one you might even know” and that would be that buuuut it’s more fun to brag about your movie star son. I laughed so hard at the anon that said he bragged to Matt Damon’s mom about Chris and offered to get her son in contact with Chris to help him out. Even if that’s not true Imma believe it cuz it’s funny as hell.