flips planes

My ideal coming out scene for Steve

Avengers are flying out on a mission, steve and Bucky are jumping out first to scout the area bc they are Sneaky Super Soldiers. They approach the jump zone and steve says something like “stay safe Buck, I’ve got your back” or some corny shit.

Bucky turns from the open door and uses his metal hand to pull steve into a gentle but insistent kiss before running to dive out of the plane. All without changing his expression from winter-soldier determined because he is a fucking bad ass.

Now we have the endless possibilities of team reactions. I give you Thor, looking joyfully clueless as always; happy for his friends and their Warrior Embrace without any idea something significant just happened. Natasha, with a knowing, I-knew-it smirk. Sam nodding to himself like alright, that’s cool, shoulda seen that coming. Clint and Wanda with equally shocked I thought we were the only ones with secret relationships faces. Vision and Banner looking perplexed and impressed respectively with the unpredictability of humans. T'Challa not giving a shit because he already knew - hello he was there for Bucky being re-frozen and asking for steve every time he was thawed.

A dumbfounded Tony just sputters, standing up before steve can follow.

“B-but I thought you had that long-lost love affair with Peggy!”

Steve’s face softens. “She’ll always be my girl.”

Tony’s still confused. “What about that-uh Sharon chick?”

Steve shrugs indifferently. “She was cute.”

“I don’t-”

“It’s called being bisexual,” Steve interrupts with a grin. “Look it up, you can google it now.”

And that little rascal, proud as FUCK for understanding how google works now, gives his team a sassy salute before flipping out of the plane after his boyfriend.

What are “loops” and “grips”? And an easy way to visualize them

 Imagine your functions as the crew in the cockpit of an airplane. Your dominant function is the pilot. Auxiliary is the copilot, who sits beside the pilot. Behind them is your tertiary function, who’s minding the gas, pressure, and oxygen gauges. In the rear of the cockpit is your inferior function. Their job is to watch for incoming objects and whatnot via a window in the back. They’re not good for very much, but an extra check is always nice, I suppose.

Normally, this is how the functions work. Your dominant and auxiliary functions take the lead, while the tertiary and inferior functions act as assistants. However, things can go wrong in the cockpit. Two of these are called loops and grips. Let us take a look at what those are.


All of a sudden the plane begins to go a little haywire, and tertiary function is getting stressed out because the gauges are starting to freak out. Auxiliary turns and says, “Dammit, tertiary, let me see,” and heads over to the back seat and has tertiary take the role of copilot. Tertiary is not quite sure of what to do here, but tries their very best to manage as dominant’s right-hand man. Some things go wrong when piloting the plane; sometimes they go very wrong. But eventually auxiliary scoots back up to the copilot seat and tertiary returns to minding the gauges. During this time, dominant cannot do very much because their job is the most important of all and they cannot take their eyes off of the path.

During a loop, instead of your dominant function working in tandem with your auxiliary function, it works with your tertiary function. Your tertiary function, being a low function, is not very developed compared to your auxiliary function, and your cognition fails to some degree. You may act impulsively at times, and you may act somewhat normally at times. Either way, something is wrong. Additionally, because your tertiary function is undeveloped, the result is that you will use that function, but in an ineffective way. For example, a loop with tertiary Ni might try and fail to look at things “deeply,” or a loop with tertiary Te might look to get lots of homework done and, although the homework might be finished, it has been completed with incorrect answers written down without much thought. Your auxiliary function takes the role as backup to your dominant and tertiary functions during this time. However, you eventually break the loop and return to normal with the possibility of being left with some mild to moderate cognitive damage. You will recover from this damage.


Inferior function is bored, so they sneak up to the front of the cockpit. They know that it is a terrible idea to do anything to dominant, so they push auxiliary out of their chair and jump into it instead. Auxiliary tries to get up, but inferior is so excited to try out the copilot’s controls instead of staring out of a window that they more or less just push buttons and pull switches, making the plane flip, whip, and dip in every direction. As much as tertiary and auxiliary might yell at them, inferior is too captivated at this point to listen and simply acts on their own impulse and whim. After some time, auxiliary finally gains their balance for just long enough to rip the controls from inferior, return them to the back of the cockpit, and proceed to re-stabilize the plane. Again, dominant cannot take their eyes off of the path and they know that if they stop doing their job, a crash would almost surely ensue.

A grip is just like a loop, but with your inferior function displacing your auxiliary instead of your tertiary. Your inferior function is far less developed than your tertiary, and it, in its inexperience, dominates both the tertiary and auxiliary functions, causing you to act impulsively and without regard to the efforts of the rest of your functions. For example, a grip with inferior Se might cause you to binge eat and engage in physically dangerous activities, or a grip with inferior Ti might cause you to miraculously find “logical” justification for your each and every action, even if those actions are blameworthy or destructive. During this time, your auxiliary and tertiary functions are essentially ignored. Fortunately, a grip does not last forever and you will return to normal, albeit with some possible cognitive or even real life damage. You can, of course, recover.

PLEASE send a message if you think or see that I am incorrect about any of this. 

- an INTJ

I would like a what/if episode, but it was about the plane crash and what happened after and we would get to see:

  • What if Alex got on the plane instead of Arizona? Since Arizona was never on the plane did she end up cheating on Callie?
  • What if Mark and Lexie survived the crash?
  • What would happen if Alex lost his leg?
  • Would they still win the money in the lawsuit? 
  • Would they still buy the hospital?

And the episode starts with us seeing the back of a brown haired woman lying in bed and then she roles over and its Lexie and they pan out to show Mark and Lexie lying in bed and Lexie has a ring on a very special finger.

#kerfuffled #flipflops
  • Tegan: I wished that we had driven [from Toronto to Long Island], because it was a really small plane, and I was sitting in an aisle seat. It was just two-seater on my side, and this guy, who was like quite...like, kerfuffle--like, no, what's the word I'm looking for...he was, uh, ruffle, or uh...what's--
  • Sara: Disheveled?
  • Tegan: Disheveled! Thank you. He was kerfuffled and disheveled. And, uh...did you see that look on Sara's face? It was like I just...peed my pants on stage or something, and she was just like *makes face*
  • Sara: I don't think kerfuffled is a word. *laughs*
  • Tegan: It's a word! Kerfuffle, like you know, it's like...he caused a kerfuffle but he was just disheveled. But he, like, he was very rumpled, his clothes, and his - he was wearing flip-flops. Which I am fine about flip-flops, but I think you shouldn't be allowed to wear flip-flops on a airplane--
  • Sara: --he was very flip-flopped. He was just super flip-flopped.
  • Tegan: Yeah, he was flip-flopping all the way down to my aisle, and I was like, No no no no no! Cause I don't wanna see someone's toes two inches from my...feet! Like it's just - and he was quite a, like, tall man, and it was a tiny plane, and his leg - he sat down in a disheveled, kerfuffled, flip-flopped mess. And his leg was like, on mine, and his foot like was under my seat, and his arm *waves arm* he was like 'UHHHH', he went 'UHHHHH' like so loud when he sat down.
  • Sara: That's probably--
  • Tegan: [to a fan] Did you just say he's here?? *laughs*
  • Sara: That's probably what it's like to be married to him.
  • Tegan: And I just though--
  • Sara: --imagine, imagine what his wife thinks when he just gets all kerfuffled on top of her.
  • Tegan: I don't even care, and I don't even know, you could be a freaking, you could be like a physicai--a phyisicis--a physio--he could be something awesome
  • Sara: Wow, I don't know. He's a kerfuffler.
  • Tegan: *laughs* He could kerfuffle for a living.
  • Sara: He has a degree in kerfuffling.
  • Tegan: I didn't--
  • Sara: --he has a Ph.D.
  • Tegan: I couldn't--
  • Sara: It's crazy--
  • Tegan: --care less. The, I don't even care, he could be the most amazing person, he could adopt, he could have thousands of adopted children. His flip-flop...naked foot touched me, and I was like, NO! *laughter* So I--
  • Sara: That's intimacy.
  • Tegan: --just--
  • Sara: That's a lot of intimacy.
  • Tegan: It was a lot of intimacy, too quick. So I'm like--
  • Sara: --too soon.
  • Tegan: --'whoops!', cause I've got steel-toed boots, so I kind of was like, shoved my foot out and was like, 'Whoops! Better protect your flip-flopped foot!' or whatever, and he just looked at me and then didn't move his foot. And then he like, kind of like put his arm over top of the seat, or the arm rest thing, and I looked over at Sara, and Sara looked over at me, and I just was like 'No. No, no no.' Anyway, they closed the door, and Sara had an empty seat next to her, so she let me sit next to her, which was like pretty awesome.
  • Sara: I did, and then Tegan--it was weird because then Tegan brought--came over and she put her steel-toed boot on top of my foot, and I was just like, 'You're kerfuffling on my side'
  • Tegan: *laughs* Yeah.
  • Sara: 'I have no problem calling the flight attendant over and asking if you could be put back in your original seat.'
  • Tegan: No, it was fine. But it was weird because after we got off the plane, me and that guy made eye contact like thousands of times in the airport, cause I could tell--
  • Sara: Well, you kerfuffled. It's a big deal.
  • Tegan: He, yeah, I mean, yeah, maybe I hurt his feel--if he's here tonight I wanna say I'm sorry, sir, that I abandoned you, but...it was too much intimacy. And um...don't wear flip-flops on a plane. No. Today I actually just said they should get rid of flip-flops, I hate them. I hate the noise they make when you walk in them, eughh. I know, it's fine -
  • Sara: It takes a special kind of person to let a little *makes cross with fingers* like a stick in between your two toes, like eughh.
  • Tegan: Alright, alright, alright.
  • Sara: Who lets that - I don't understand what kind of person lets that happen to them, you know?
  • Tegan: I wish that people at the back could see the kind of motion Sara's making, it would really add to her story....This one's for everyone wearing flip-flops, I can see flip-flops, I saw this, yes, here *points*
  • Sara: Oh my god, everyone wearing flip-flops right now is like, braiding leaves together and creating shoes, like they're just like, 'I can't be seen in flip-flops.'
  • Tegan: Oh see, I thought you were gonna say everyone who's wearing flip-flops is on Twitter right now, being like, 'I hate @teganandsara.'

anonymous asked:


“Hello?” Sara picked up her phone that hadn’t actually made a noise in a few months because of her timeline jumping.

“Oh good,” a familiar voice answered. “You wouldn’t happen to know how to land a plane would you?”


“You see, I have broken out of captivity, only to be kidnapped again. While in the air, I threw the guards out the window,” Nyssa quickly rambled, “And may have killed the pilot. The problem being, I don’t know how to fly or more importantly land a plane.”

“So you called me?”

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Is it gone? That feeling that has haunted me for 7 years? Maybe it’s run its course. Maybe my heart has finally admitted defeat. Maybe I just heartbreakingly understand that our reality can never exist on this plane. Flip dimensions and I’m all yours. Revert time and you are all mine for 8 glorious months. I love you, now and always… I just think now I’ve finally accepted the truth of it all to myself. We can never be and that’s okay. We live on in the music.

anonymous asked:

What is the 'still in the air' thing about?

Hi anon, I actually answered this already here but I shall reword it in a more poetic and lyrical way here for you because I’m lovely like that:

Now this is a story all about how
Ryan Haywood got flipped upside down
And I’d like to take a minute
Just sit right there
I’ll tell you how Ryan Haywood is still in the air.

Somewhere in Georgia born and raised
In GTA V he spent most of his days
Chillin’ out maxin’ relaxin’ all cool
And all shootin’ some cops outside of the school
When he drove up a ramp hoping to do a cool trick
His foot on the gas, he was driving real quick.
He got hit by a plane and flipped with a scare
And six times he yelled “I’m still in the air!”

(i totally don’t have exams i should be revising for or essays i should be writing right now. nope. Also I wasn’t going to actually post this but amber forced me to she’s the worst.)


30 days ago, we started our “Countdown to Disney” chain. Every night we would take off a link and for each purple link, the kids were given surprises for the trip (headphones for plane, flip flops, Frozen shirts, coloring books etc).

Well, tonight we got to the last link. To say that they are excited is an understatement. Tomorrow we will embark on our first family vacation, first time flying with kids, and my first trip back to Disney World in 20 years (closer to 30 years for Matt)!

I’m pretty freakin’ anxious, but to see these little ones in all their glory is what I’ve been waiting for!!!!

Boeing B-17G-75-BO (s/n 43-37877) from the 836th BS, 487th BG. Direct hit by flak set the right wing on fire, stretching back to the tail, burning off the horizontal stabilizer. Plane flipped over on its back and down, the wing coming off shortly after. Only the two men in the nose were able to escape before the plane broke up. 7 KIA, 2 POW.