epic conversation of epicness

  • me: *reading the new re-translated sailor moon manga for the first time!*
  • me: wow i'm so excited i get to find out so much shit about the series i never had a chance to as a kid!!
  • me: and accurate stuff that the anime interpreted poorly like mamoru's personality!! and character relationships or personalities like rei!! and less ooc filler! and!! oh man!!!
  • me:
  • me: wow the villains that lasted whole arcs in the anime sure do die freaking fast in here...
  • me:

Last night I had to peripherally start Neo on my patient when they’re pressure tanked because despite the day nurse’s best efforts the crit care doc didn’t put a central line in them. Then this morning when that doc came in he was like, “So, he’s on vasopressors and he doesn’t have a central line, right?”

Originally posted by thankformakingmeafighter

No motherfucker, you didn’t put one in yesterday and we don’t have crit care docs over night!

dollypopup  asked:

"#there was TOTALLY a betting pool going on#everyone was in on it#spirit calls kami on the other side of the world and says#'HEY HONEY GUESS WHAT I WON?'#kami knows EXACTLY what he's talking about and throws her phone out a window" I want you to know that those tags are my favorite tags on a fic I've written, probably ever. Amazing. AND ABSOLUTELY TRUE. Death was probably annoyed that he was a God and yet he lost the betting pool. They couldn't have waited a month longer? I'm having too much fun

Haha, thank you! :)  My headcanons are that Kami and Stein absolutely cannot stand each other, SteinMarie is Kami’s ultimate NOTP, and her reactions to it are always explosive. 

Like she hears that they’re having a baby and she drops everything to go back to Death City to make her opinions known. She just marches straight up to Patchwork Lab and kicks the front door in - “MARIE I CAME ALL THE WAY FROM GREENLAND TO TELL YOU HOW MUCH I CAN’T BELIEVE THAT YOU LET DOCTOR FUCKING SAWBONES KNOCK YOU UP”

Marie’s used to this by now and she just sighs. “Dear Death, Kamiko, don’t give yourself a headache; sit down, have some tea, relax.”

3 y.o. niece: How does he do it?? Did he train a lot??
Me: Yeah, definitely.
Niece: He even flies upside down! Why doesn’t he fall down??
Me: See those ropes? They hold him up in the air.
Niece: Nah, he holds himself up using his legs and arms. NO BUT HOW DOES HE DO IT??
Me: Maybe he’s a wizard!
Niece: *thoughtful silence* Okay, I see.
Me: Look at those sparkly boots.
Niece: He’s sparkly all over! Who lights him up? Or does he shine by himself?.. I want to try flying like that. I will train a lot.

Goodbyes didn’t seem as important to me as they once had - I’d found out that when you’re never going to see someone again, it’s not the goodbye that matters. What matters is that you’re never going to be able to say anything else to them. And you’re left with an eternal unfinished conversation.
—  Morgan Matson, Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour

If Magolor was the final boss of Epic Yarn.

Or conversely, if Return to Dreamland had Epic Yarn like instrumentation.