it's just... *sigh*

Does anyone else find it sweet that Logan wanted to take Charles Xavier out on a boat to live out the rest of his days

Their life together was MISERABLE.

It was sad and dark and full of…ugh, driving, sand, and dirt.

Logan not only did not abandon Charles, even though their life together was this boring, horrible, frustrating little struggle for survival. 

He didn’t go searching for a new life.

He STUCK around. 

Took care of Charles’s needs.

Took care of him even though he was dangerous and expensive to take care of and rather petulant, stubborn, and miserable, not easy to be around, due to his mental degradation. 

And what did Logan dream of?

What did he aspire to, after years of glory as a hero and countless victories, years of being strong and free? 

Just wanted to take Charles somewhere happy. 

Just wanted to make him happy and content out on the sea before he died. 

And Logan would’ve been happy there too. 

He was gonna blow his brains out, wasn’t he?

When?

After Xavier died on that boat? 

Did anyone else find that sweet? 

And sad? 

  • Joker: The stars are beautiful tonight
  • Harley: Yeah
  • Joker: You know what else is beautiful?
  • Harley: ...What?
  • Joker: *points at the sky* The batsignal

I like to think maybe Robbie has some strength to his frame from messing around with so many metal parts and dragging around giant canons and everything else he does that in a moment of emergency he just picks up Sportakook (bridal or over his shoulder, either way) and runs for dear life instead of Sportanerd grabbing him and everyone is confused and Sportacute is flustered because no one has carried him since he was a young babe and Robbie is confused as of why Sportaflop is so red and– yea… but

We need more Stronger-than-we-thought-he-was Robbie Rotten

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older!Corvo and older!Daud meeting someplace out-of-the-way for a smoke for @yellowcandy

reading one star reviews of books you hated on goodreads just to stew in your bitterness is such a happy cozy feeling

I am probably the only one who thinks this but…I feel like…when the book was talking to Feyre…it was talking through Feyre. Feyre said “A jolt passed through me as if I were no more than a lightning rod” I feel like..it was using her as a conduit/ dousing rod. And that Mor could hear the Cauldron speaking. 

Mor is constantly warning Feyre in this part. And…I feel like Mor is the “Princess of Carrion” and not Feyre. Mainly because The Morrigan’s symbol is a crow or raven or Carrion bird and..maybe I’m just seeing too much and thinking too much into it.

@juan-the-gecko
This has been said before, by people more eloquent than myself, but Bismuth herself, word for word says “I would’ve taken the war to Homeworld and shatter the Diamonds! I would’ve liberated EVERYONE!” The rebellion was, in Bismuth’s eyes, always about liberating herself, her allies, and all Gems so they can live to their limitless potential, unrestrained by the Diamonds and their unfair rule.

Also, Noah Fence, but the breaking point is utterly useless on the battlefield. It’s slow, it’s heavy, it’s clunky, and it’s very precise; all of the makings for an execution tool, not a real weapon. You need a Gem to stand completely still as you wait for it to draw, and the circumstances on the battlefield where you would get the chance to use the breaking point are rare at best.

Imagine Woozi surprising you by getting the food that you’ve been craving a lot recently.