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9 Reasons Why ’90s Girls Didn’t Feel Any Particular Sexual Attraction To Zordon

If you grew up in the ’90s, you DEFINITELY didn’t have the hots for Zordon.

1. He was just a floating head: Unlike JTT, Zack Morris, and the other ’90s hunks you drooled over, Zordon didn’t have that smokin’ hot bod to make you swoon. He was basically just a head that floated in one place and yelled orders at the Power Rangers.

2. He lived in a tube: He couldn’t physically go anywhere or do anything, which ruled him out of virtually all of your typical preteen fantasies. No, Zordon was never going to sweep you off your feet at the school dance. You couldn’t imagine him kissing you in the rain. At best, you could daydream about sitting a safe distance from his tube and going over flashcards with him.

3. It wasn’t clear if he was a human or an alien or what: The show didn’t really tell you what he was supposed to be, and it’s hard to have a crush on something if you don’t know what it is. If you grew up in the ’90s, chances are that Zordon’s ambiguous taxonomy posed a serious barrier to attraction.

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The Writer Workout - 11 Minutes Keeping Your Word Count High and Your Calories Low

Writing is a stationary sport. And no one knows that quite like my butt.

The fact of the matter is, it’s a struggle for writers to maintain our health while also maintaining our word count. If you’re like me, you’ll be noticing your pants fit a little different after crunching for a deadline; and your back will sure let you know about it after NaNoWriMo.

We make time for writing, but working out or staying mobile is something that gets pushed to the back burner. Because, really, who wants to do that? I deserve to scroll through Tumblr a while longer or go curl up with a good book, not commit to an hour of jogging or twenty minutes of sit-ups.

Okay then, don’t commit to that.

Commit to 11 minutes.

Just. 11. Minutes.

I know, right?

I’m not talking about click-bait – there isn’t a plot twist. The only catch I could find in this workout regimen is that you have to stick to it. You don’t have to give up coffee or do a crazy amount of work or even extend the time later.

These 11 minutes can be placed before writing, during a break, or after writing; that’s the time it takes to reblog a handful of posts. You don’t even need to go to the gym or get equipment.

Hit CTRL + S on your document and step away from the writing desk for a minute to get a taste:

Step One:

  • Toe touching for two minutes

“Stand with your feet apart and your arms up. Now, bend over so that you can reach the floor with your fingertips and then rise and stretch backwards. Keep your legs straight, but do not strain.”

Step Two:

  • Sit-ups for one minute

“Lie on your back with your arms by your sides and with your feet about six inches apart. Sit up enough to enable you to see your heels. Your legs must remain straight and your head and shoulders must lift up from the floor. Return to the start position.”

Step Three:

  • Leg raising for one minute

“Lie on your front with your arms at your sides and with your palms under your thighs. Raise your head together with one leg. Return to the start position. Repeat with the other leg. Count once when the second leg is returned to the floor. Your legs must remain straight and you should lift the leg up so that it is separated from the palm.”

Step Four:

  • Push-ups for one minute

“Lie on your front with your hands placed under your shoulders and with your palms down on the floor. Keeping your knees on the floor, lift up your upper body by straightening your arms to their full extent. Bend your arms once more to lower yourself to the ground until your chest comes back into contact with the floor.”

Step Five – Only Six Minutes to Go

  • The stationary run and scissor step for six minutes

“The run: You count one step each time your left foot leaves the ground. You need to lift each foot at least four inches above the ground. Once you have counted out seventy-five steps, carry out ten scissor steps.

Scissor steps: Stand with your right leg placed forward and your other leg placed behind you. Your left arm should be extended at shoulder height forward and with your right one extended behind you. Now jump, reversing these positions.”

In 11 minutes, you have worked all the key parts of your body and now can reward yourself with Tumblr guilt-free. The FIT KIDS technique works for writers of all ages, even the fledgling ones, and is scalable to suit whatever level you’re at.

You can buy it at Amazon HERE to get more exercise techniques, charts explaining the workout in more detail, and tips on how to even get kiddos to jump in after your nap-time writing sprint if you’re a parent.

Do it to stay healthy; do it to get stronger and faster just like your characters; or do it so you can have an extra donut as a writing reward. I know that’s why I’m doing it.

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plot twist: it’s emma!
(this could just be me, but the look she gave while brooke was talking about him being different, that didn’t look like a ‘wow’ or  ‘i can’t believe it’  that was a ‘oh shit, did i fuck up?’)

Future Once Children

“One day you’ll have more family than you’ll know what to do with.”

  • Rumbelle’s Charlotte (Chip) 
  • Robin’s Roland  
  • Snowing’s Neal 
  • Henry
  • Cs Baby Liam (lee)
  • Zelena’s Robyn 
  • Cs little girl - Leia 

You have your Future Au, I have mine, no hate. 

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Ok, so aside from the fact that Tony and Ziva having a child is still so completely surreal and bizarre I think the thing that is more unreal and weird is that the child who is playing the child of Tony and Ziva ACTUALLY LOOKS LIKE THE CHILD OF TONY AND ZIVA