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happy birthday to.. me! haha uh its kind of a birthday tradition of mine to draw whatever i feel like no matter how little sense it makes lmao anyway here are yuuri and victor in kinda matchy KotOR star wars robes!! its very late!!! this is not an au dont @ me victor would never work for the jedi he is good and i trust him okay im leaving now bed time

Tired

hhhhh a little sick today but im staying determined and stayed up until 2 am so i made a speedpaint woohoooo. oh ye its april fools here so april fools boiz. i hope ya’ll get to fool a lot a people later. i d i d m weheheheheh

cross!sans/underverse- @jakei95

More Vol. 2 Thoughts

GotG Vol. 2 Spoilers

Ego’s line “I’ve made millions of mistakes, but you are not one of them” is him talking about his millions of children

Also, the reason Mantis almost told Drax about Ego on the steps is because she felt his love for his daughter and realized how Ego felt about his kids, which she’s felt because she’s touched him before, isn’t how you’re supposed to feel at all

Also also, Yondu totally broke the space suit so Peter couldn’t take it off. He saw what he did for Gamora, so he’d know Peter would try to do the same for him and he wasn’t having it

Also also also, in the flashback of Yondu teaching Peter to shoot he’s whistling, so it’s possible he’s using the arrow as a target

Also also also  also, when Gamora is chaining up Nebula you can see a bed under the cassette player, which is obviously Peter’s, but there’s also a bed across from his with tech scattered over it so it’s totally Rocket’s bed and they basically share a room

Also also also  also also, Rocket sang quite a few of the words to Southern Nights so he absolutely loves the music and knows the words. Not that he’ll ever admit it

I have a lot of feelings about this movie…

‪God can I just talk about the neutron star collision real quick. It’s just… when I was born there were only like 3 exoplanets. The discovery of GRB Afterglow is less than a month older than I. We hadn’t observed the effects of the supermassive black hole in the center of our galaxy. We didn’t know what Pluto looked like. We didn’t have the ISS yet. ‬

‪In twenty years we’ve learned so much. In twenty years we put rovers on Mars. We found water on Mars! Liquid water! We’ve found thousands of exoplanets. We got to see what Pluto looked like with New Horizons. We’ve mapped the stars in the center of our galaxy and we’ve proved that there’s a supermassive black hole there.

‪But god, the most incredible thing was gravitational waves. In 2015 LIGO recorded the first one, just a small little blip lasting a fraction of a second. But that’s all that was needed. We proved Einstein right nearly 100 years later. And then the one that just came out. I can’t even describe how incredible it is. For over 100 seconds we recorded these waves, massive waves. We were able to triangulate the source. ‬

‪We saw it. In a moment of planetwide esprit de corps we saw it. We saw the gamma ray burst. We saw the afterglow. Two neutron stars, no bigger than manhattan, colliding at nearly the speed of light some 130 million years ago. And we saw it. We took pictures of it. ‬

And look at all the papers that’ll be coming out of this. Some 3,500 people were involved with this. 3,500 people, from over 70 observatories and detectors all over the world, using hundreds of instruments, made this happen. Yesterday 40 papers were published, along with a flurry of press conferences and jovial announcements.

‪In a moment, our species graduated from electromagnetic observing to being able to detect ripples in the very fabric of spacetime. ‬

‪In twenty years, in a cosmic moment, we’ve stretched our legs and are beginning to take our first clumsy footsteps into the universe around us. ‬