jeremy thinks he's kidding

  • Jeremy: *crying* He thinks I'm a kid...
  • Michael: WHAT?! That's insane!
  • Jeremy: I know!
  • Michael: Saying you're a kid, it-it's like saying I'M a kid!
  • Waiter: Here's your meal, sir.
  • Michael: Yo, I'm supposed to get a toy with this!

Consider: Ray is short, and if there’s nowhere to set up a sniper nest, he has 0 height advantage. So sometimes, when he has to be on the ground team, he’ll get someone to agree to let him ride on their shoulders, so it’s just a guy in a skull mask with a purple-hoodied gremlin perched up there, or the leader of the most terrifying crew in Los Santos carrying around some kid with a pink gun. And it’s even worse because it actually works, like Ray clearly gets more people like this than on his own two feet. He likes to be tall.

anonymous asked:

How does Icarus feel about baked goods? Would he be like the taste tester for whenever Jeremy bakes? Does he just like sit around and watch Jeremy throw ingredients together? Does he think it's cute? Who am I kidding of course he does

I mean yea my friend of course he thinks its cute.

Generally Icarus takes over Jeremy’s shift so he CAN bake, but there’s the rare occasion when he gets Manager to do something. They’re usually out and about filing paperwork, but when they have a hot minute where they’re sitting around doing nothing, Icarus grabs ‘em and sticks ‘em by the register, and then goes and hangs out with Jeremy. Sometimes he initiates food wars by throwing some flour in the other boys hair.

He isn’t too big on baked goods? But like, of course he’d taste test for Jeremy. Obviously. Jeremy always looks hella pleased when Icarus talks about how great it tastes so why wouldn’t he try it?

-Ollie

Wynonna Earp 2x2…

Okay 4 minutes in and already I am loving Jeremy and Nicole…
Pissed off Nicole is probably my favorite version of her. Sometimes a little fire is good for a girl.
And Jeremy delivering a line and running away when Wynonna stares at him… pure gold.

My favorite thing…
• The interaction between the characters

“You’re hot and I’m rich… We get drunk and steal a local squad car and you can probably get us off”
As small a part as this woman played, her scenes with Waverly and Wynonna were fun to watch.

D: The sooner you accept this, the sooner you can relax.
J: Uh, dude I don’t relax. If I did, I would want it to be with you. *nervous chuckle*
I don’t know.
D: That’s wonderful.
The idea that Jeremy thinks Doc is so cool that he acts like a star struck kid around him. You can’t help but smile at it.

I will have to say that this show has the human aspect down to the smallest detail. From the smallest crack to the heartfelt conversations between lovers and sisters, I have to give them a thumbs up. The humor on this show is what separates them from every other demon oriented show.

What annoyed me…
Why didn’t we get to see what those black figures were? Why do we have to wait? Why is this progressing so slowly? What is the deal with the spiders? Mutant spiders are always scary but that’s just an ick factor, what is the actual purpose? How did they get that big? Why is waverly eating the spiders? I mean questions people, that’s all I got from this episode.

My take…
I enjoyed the episode. I thought in terms of plot, it was slow. I know they are arcing all the characters into their own story lines so they are laying down the foundation, however I’m wondering if they have too much going on in one episode. I would rather prefer they send us down one road and then have it branch out, but it just feels a little chaotic.

I think that the characters definitely carried this episode. You can’t help but smile at all the banter between them. This show’s strong suit has always been making these characters people you can relate to, however eventually we want some direction on where we are going.

I guess I will have to wait and see next week’s show before I pass judgement on where Emily is taking us.

I’m 14 years old, and I don’t want to grow up. I told my mom that and she looked surprised. Maybe because everyone my age couldn’t wait to get out in the real world. But I don’t want to.

In the real world you have to pay taxes have to work. Have to pay rent, mortgage. You have to go grocery shopping without your mom or dad. I’m not ready for that. I’m not ready to /fly./ I don’t want to give up being a /kid./ Where it’s all simple. I don’t wanna give up being /free./ Kids now a days are excited to grow up. To be on their own. Why? What’s so great about being //alone?// My brother Jeremy moved out when he was 17, I think. Now he has a kid. Another one on the way. So tell me, dear brother, is growing up all that it’s cracked up to be? ..No?… Didn’t think so.

Growing up is so sudden. You don’t usually realize you have grown/have been growing up until you’re sitting alone in your brand new apartment. I’m one of the few lucky ones to realize it now. At 14 when I still have 4 years of highschool left, and probably a few college years. But then, after that, I’m supposed to go out in the real world as an adult who has everything figured out. 8 (give or take) years isn’t enough time for me to really grow up in. I don’t want to go out in the real world. I’m perfectly happy right now. Having no care in the world except the upcoming test in school. The real world looks so brutal.
Who would want to go there?
Why would they want to?
Out there, people expect you to know everything. Expect you to know what’s okay to do, and what’s not okay. How are we supposed to know if we grew up thinking the world was gonna teach us after we grew up? When it doesn’t, the world blames our parents. And then suddenly we’re alone and afraid.

Why do people want to grow up? What’s so awesome about it? From what I’ve seen, its a dark place where everyone thinks you know everything, but you don’t.

To be honest, I’m absolutely terrified to grow up.. Why aren’t you?
—  11-28-14 - Me