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anonymous asked:

in my dream last night Arthur's friends walked in on him holding a bag of weed and they all gasped and I think Sue Ellen said "MARIJUANA KILLS PEOPLE ARTHUR!" and then Arthur said "oh I thought this was just a bag of leaves someone left here" and I 100% blame this blog

yeah that sounds like my doing

you’re welcome

Batman headcanon that while typing in a group text format, Jason accidently misspells ‘Bruce’ and types 'Bryce’ as in “I’m meeting up with Bryce later”. Bruce, being the doornail that he occasionally is, asks who Jason’s friend Bryce is. And Jason, being the shit that he is, just goes with it and thus the completely fictional family friend Bryce is born. He is pulled out whenever the kids need an excuse or are trying to get out of doing something. No matter how much the siblings fight, they will always, always, confirm with Bruce or Alfred that Bryce is real and said sibling is really with them.

Of course it gets to the point where Bryce becomes not only more developed but also becomes a projection of all the things the kids wish Bruce would do with them.

“Sorry B, Bryce and I are going out for coffee, we’re going to be discussing our emotions and airing out all of the troubles we’ve had over the years and reconcile once and for all and assure the other that we love and care for them”

“Don’t wait up Bruce, my friend Bryce is helping me with the technology on my computers because unlike some people he values my tech expertize and leadership as more than a disability and doesn’t treat me like a secretary.”

“Ya I’m meeting up with Bryce cause he actually gives a damn about me and he’s gonna murder the Joker for me and then stop replacing me with 10 year olds :)”

“Bryce and I are going to hug, for like, an obscenely long time. I will probably cry big ugly tears that I deserve after all the shit I have been through. It’s ok though because Bryce is emotionally available and let’s me express weakness without the fear rejection.”

“Bryce is teaching me to read, because you won’t.”

“Nah, I can't patrol tonight Bats. Bryce is taking the time to train me himself, not as a replacement or a novelty, but to actually give me some goddamn support and respect and treat me like all the other boys you took in.”

“Bryce is buying me 12 dogs because he loves me.”

Bruce, of course, doesn’t quite get the exceedingly obvious, passive-aggressive hints and just asks Alfred why he’s never met this Bryce character. Alfred just rolls his eyes and tries to think of a way to convey the children’s legitimate complaints in a way that even the oft obvious batman can understand.

anonymous asked:

This blog has been such a comfort to me since I lost my dad who used to watch this show with me as a little girl, so thank you for making it (and for all of your thoughtful answers as well!)

oh gosh, i’m really sorry to hear about your dad, anon. i can’t imagine what you’re goin through. i’m glad to hear this blog can provide some comfort for you :> stay strong n take care!!

Wild & Crazy Kids would have fit right in today with Michelle Obama’s “Get Out Of The House And Do Something, You Slobs” initiative, because every episode would have a team of teen hosts play games on location with kids and families. Maybe they played water balloon toss in a park, or that game where you spin the bat and try to hit the ball, but can’t because of the brain bouncing around in there. You know, healthy activities.

In a first season episode of W&CK, the show took over a mall and held a series of relay race contests. Most of the contests were normal kid fare – “play this video game and then skateboard across the finish line,” for example. But the very first “game” in this episode may look a little too familiar to today’s college students.

Um … what the hell? Dude, those kids are totally playing flip cup right now. OK, so they aren’t actually flipping the cup, but come on. Mugs full of ROOT beer, which you have to down as fast as you can and then pass to the next person? What else could that be?

This is practically child abuse. Look at these kids’ faces as soon as they finish. This does not look fun. No one wants to play this. The host’s voiceover makes it seem like gee-willikers silliness, but all these kids want to do is to go home so they can throw up.

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