i love this team too much for my own good

theconchnorris  asked:

Maybe draw Soldier biting into an onion in the same manner one would as in apple in Color Pallete #20? I think it'd look neat

this is easily the strangest request ive ever gotten. i adore it.

ive literally had long conversations with multiple friends over this ask. we were trying to figure out how each merc would eat a raw onion if dared. so guess what you started this madness so here we are: 

Soldier: probably doesn’t even realize it isn’t an apple till halfway through. Continues to power through the rest because he ain’t a quitter

Scout: Cries. tries to eat the rest of it so he can prove himself but ends up throwing up.

Pyro: the onion is devoured in the half second no one is looking and or is horrifically mashed through their mask

Engie: Would refuse at first over pride, calling the whole thing stupid, but could be pressured into it with some well timed short jokes that set off his temper. Takes one bite and regrets everything.

Heavy: Absolutely would not. But he would stay to watch others try.

Demo: He’d have to be more drunk than usual. Soldier can rile him up to try it, but more likely he figures a way to weaponize it via explosives. 

Sniper: You think this man gives a fuck???? He’s been out in the desert for weeks on end, he’s eaten much worse. Everyone thinks he wont do it, but BAM he just starts chomping away. The team is in awe when he finishes so casually and gains 10+ respect points from everyone.

Medic: Is torn between the competition being below him and stupid, and the opportunity to freak out the team more than he already does.  Ultimately, if he did do it i think the smell and taste would be too much for him. Understandable, considering its a raw onion.

Spy: It’s Spy. Of course he isn’t doing some idiotic dare. He’s an asshole about it so the rest of the team puts onions in everything he owns till he at least tries. In his locker, in his room, in his shoes- after the 15th found onion he caves and spits out the very first bite, but it satisfies the masses.

anonymous asked:

im really sorry germany, but i swear we just love you and the creator of the blog too much. since anons started to recommend fanfics i have one of my own to recommend: Orange Blossom Special by TwiGo. its WWII and you (un/intentionally) escaped Germany to the North where you are captured by a ragtag team of Nordic rebels blowing Nazi railways and i swear its so good!! you and sweden are the sweetest nerds together! and the best part of it all YOU DIE... no, not really, its a cliffhanger :/ ur ok


twitter doodle.. sketch.. commission break things..

“when i’m not drawing a sociopath villain & his doppleganger, im drawing other nerds.

or timid nerds. are you happy Mario?

or a pretentious nerd who thinks he’s god

or a nerd who’s too strong for his own good”

because apparently bespectacled, nerd guys are my aesthetic -sweats-

Characters©their respected owners
-the horrible twitter captions-©me

-staples the comments to this post. stay-

Strictly Professional [Part 3]

[Business!Dean x Reader AU Series]

You thought you had everything you wanted in life. You were the boss of a well-established company, you had great friends and family around you and you were engaged to your dream man. Everything in your life felt like it was going amazingly. Until, one night you answer an unexpected phone call which completely changes everything. After that, things just seem to go from bad to worse- will you get another shot at happiness?

Part 3 Summary: After making a heart wrenching discovery at the office, you attend the Roman’s company party and end up pouring your heart out to an unlikely companion.

Pairings: Reader x ???

Word Count: +4k

Warnings: angst, language

Tagging: the pond @spnfanficpond 

A/N: First off, I want to thank everyone for such a positive response to this series so far, I really appreciate it! Sorry the summary sucks, I’m trying not to give too much away! Although, this part does contain a fair bit of dramaaa…😏 As always, I love to receive any feedback/advice anyone wants to give me to help me improve my writing.

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The next two weeks running up to Roman’s big company event seemed to fly by, unfortunately for you. You were completely dreading it. However, things at your own office were running surprisingly smoothly, turns out you and Dean make quite an okay team. The pair of you had managed to seal some pretty successful deals with big named clients, which only meant good things for the company as a whole. It also kept Mrs Winters off your back for the time being, which was good considering she still hadn’t realised you hadn’t changed Kevin’s pay grade to the average worker’s salary. You had to admit though, when he was in a professional situation, Mr Dean Smith was pretty mesmerising to watch. He always gave valid points and was extremely convincing to whoever it was he was talking to. That doesn’t mean to say he didn’t constantly get under your skin the rest of the time.

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anonymous asked:

Bamon + 15

things you said with too many miles between us

Bonnie answers the phone with a spitting “Where are you?”

He smiles, but it’s forced. “What, no hello? Telephone etiquette’s really gone down hill since I took that vacation.” 

“You spent three years in a box dessicating, the only thing that’s changed is how much I want to murder you.” 

He blinks. “Would you say it’s decreased or…?”

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SPN 10x23: Brother's Keeper

I think that was probably the craziest episode in a long-ass time, and I feel actually really chipper rather than emotionally traumatized because of it. It reminded me of the season 4-6 weird, epic, jump-the-shark episodes and it was so different from the other s10 episodes that it makes it seem even weirder. And in some weird way I really, really liked it.

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Jurassic World: uh (c)

to quote one of the greatest philosophers of our time, your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn’t stop to think if they should.

After taking (more than) a few deep breaths I decided to write a big post about Jurassic World, as somehow I feel that I’ll have to explain why I hated it. A lot. (I mean explain a lot and hated a lot. Everything happened a lot. I wanted to claw my eyes out, but I love myself too much for that.)

There will be spoilers, but not too major.

Let us start with this: we all wanted to like it. I’m a millennial. My dream as a kid was to become a paleontologist. I made up games where we divided on human squad and raptor squad, and one team chased the other. I grew up, and I still own a “Clever Girl” raptor t-shirt. I revisited paleontology museum not longer than 2 months ago. I fucking love dinosaurs. I mean, even if this movie was not good, I’d enjoy the dinosaurs. Or I thought so. I am emotionally invested in many aspects of Jurassic Park.

Aspects like: the story having an actual point, dialogue full of one-liners by all the characters, scientists that are equal in skill and their role in the plot, kids that are both smart and capable (one is savvy in paleontology in an adorable childish way, the other can program, both brilliant in solving tasks - that kitchen scene, that kitchen scene), Ian fucking Malcolm who’s totally lying on that table for the sake of the plot and is literally described as a rockstar-mathematician-womanizer yet he’s never offensive or half-written. Even the characters who die get a good say and are remembered (”…clever girl” ©). 

One of the most beautiful points was, of course that life, eh, finds a way. The unruly, beautiful, powerful nature that is too far beyond our reach to control. The magnificent symbolic T-Rex with Jurassic Park banner falling slowly across the screen. Raaaaaaaaaaaawr. John Williams pouring out of the speakers like a mighty waterfall. A shiver running through you at the subconscious understanding of how small and arrogant humanity is. Or how safe you are in the theatre/at home.

Not to mention the amount of work and research that went into that movie and how ground-breaking it was, let’s not even go there. Let’s go, instead, back to *shudders* Jurassic World.

I don’t want to ask how plot-wise it was even permitted to build Jurassic World in the same universe where the events of the first three movies happened, I want to ignore that just for the sake of my own health, so I’m going to talk about the rest of it. What Jurassic World in fact is - is a recycled version of the first movie, that ends up feeling like you’re chewing paper for 2 hours, because it doesn’t have a taste, or smell, it’s unbearably… empty. 

Everything in this movie is like a worse version of something you’ve seen before. Most likely in Jurassic Park.

2 kids getting lost on their safari trip? Check. But with less brains, and both of them are boys. A background character commenting on how science should think twice before doing something? Only this time it’s a mix of Dr. Malcolm and Samuel L. Jackson’s Ray Arnold, and with no actual role in the plot. He just sits there. Saying words.

What Vincent D’Onofrio was doing there (except reminding me that I should finish watching Daredevil) is a mystery. Also Omar Sy. We could’ve had it all.

And, of course, a rendition of dinosaur handler Muldoon, but pushed to the front and made into a cheap Indiana Jones, who’s, like, besties with the raptors. It doesn’t matter that there’s a scene in the beginning where he’s not, and the raptors are ultimate predators. Life doesn’t find a way in this movie. What life finds is that you can’t have a summer blockbuster in 2015 without Chris Pratt playing some kind of an epitome of ~life force~ opposite to a female character who’s a ~stiff careerist~ finding joys and values of life via banter with said ~life force~, and a few kisses slapped into the screenplay at random. (??? w h y) Other values she finds via parenthood. She prances around the woods in high heels. It’s ~practical. The other three female characters are her assistant unable to do her job, a girl in the background whose purpose was 50% reading from screen and 50% serving a bit of unnecessary comic relief, and the boys’ mom who’s there for, idek, 5 seconds. 

You know the funny thing about the joys of parenthood by the way? In Jurassic Park the two people finding/displaying their parent side were Alan Grant and Ian Malcolm. Ian runs out with that flare to save the kids. Alan is left to care for them. In fact, there are 2 jokes in the screenplay about gender roles and issues. The one about dinosaurs eating men, and women ruling the earth. And another where Hammond suggests that he should go outside because he’s a man and Ellie just rolls her eyes and says that they can discuss sexism later. It’s in the text.

Lex saves everyone by programming the locks/fence. 



In all honesty, I can’t believe Jurassic World was released in the same year as, say, Mad Max Fury Road.  I can’t believe it was released 20 years after Jurassic Park and looks like it was written 20 years prior.

Even with the cardboard cutout stack of characters I still hoped (halfheartedly by then) I’d enjoy the dinosaurs. The, you know, raaawr, nature, amazing things. That shiver down your spine, the awestruck feeling of human vs. nature. But even the dinosaurs in Jurassic World are not exactly sure what the fuck they’re doing there. There is no big reveal - Indominus Rex is a weak uncharismatic attempt to do exactly what the characters try to do - attract people and money. The raptors went from a bunch of team-playing door-opening problem-solving smarties to an indecisive crowd for some reason seeing a human as alpha (let’s pause to think about the fact that the character is literally an alpha male. it’s in the script. *gulps down bile*). The mosasaurus is all in the trailer, and the rest of the dinos are mostly props camera doesn’t care much about. The cute little behavioral things, like T-Rex overturning a car to try to bite its belly in Jurassic Park are mostly absent too. When Indominus Rex attacks the aviary, the pterodactyls don’t panic or disperse, and instead head directly to the coast to feed and randomly attack visitors. The bastards have been waiting for the day when they could go to an amusement park, I guess. 

What of Indominus Rex’s behavior, it just has none. (That’s also in the text.) It’s only interest is killing shit, it’s not socialized. And then it’s suddenly socialized, and then it’s not. It doesn’t make any sense, but obviously we needed raptors to fight both the Indominus and the people, so nobody in the writing room gave a fuck.

I never even thought that one can write characterization of a dinosaur badly, yet here we are. 

to quote one of the greatest philosophers of our time again:  You read what others had done and you took the next step. You didn’t earn the knowledge for yourselves, so you don’t take any responsibility for it. You stood on the shoulders of geniuses to accomplish something as fast as you could, and before you even knew what you had, you patented it, and packaged it, and slapped it on a plastic lunchbox , and now you’re selling it.

anonymous asked:

I didn't know you liked Wander Over Yonder! Omg so much respect for you mate, I know literally no one else who does. On that subject, what did you think about the finale? I loved it, I liked how they finally showed why Hater was the boss instead of Peepers. So much character development!

yess! 8′) I’ve been watching it for a while, sadly it’s not a very well known show (then again none of my friends usually watch/read the same things as me regardless lol)

me too! I’m glad everyone stayed true to their own character and beliefs in the end, and the battle and the teaming up ahh good stuff

lmao yeah he was all business-like, I think it was said he’d be like that all the time if Wander didn’t distract him so much

I have a lot of thoughts (of course) about tonight’s episode, but all I can say is that this is one of the most emotionally satisfying episodes in recent memory.  

There are things that I wanted to hear and see on this show for years and they finally happened tonight, and it’s a great feeling.

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