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Deadpool!Kenny & Spider-Man!Kyle

for @teammysterion​ and inspired by this post ♥ ♥ ♥

i love this au so much and im just so upset i hadn’t thought of this years ago, it was so obvious


♥ Kenny + Kyle fusion ♥

haha i spent way too much time thinking this out.. here’s what i have in mind for their personality:

  • book smart & street smart
  • acts really snobby, but is actually super caring
  • lots of grumbling and mumbling
  • lots of near death experiences
  • loves their little siblings
  • nerdy pick up lines
  • v perceptive
  • really hung up on doing whats right
  • spends a lot of time on the internet
  • that one guitar asshole that sings love songs
  • frugal
  • very poor health; gets sick easily
  • family is extremely important to them
  • terrible dancer (but loves going to raves)
  • struggles w/ faith and reality

> [ Creek Fusion ] <

  • What she says: I'm fine
  • What she means: I ate so much fucking shit on the fourth of July. I said I wouldn't, but then I did, and I totally fucked up my diet, and now I'm paying for it, by working out in 100 fucking degree weather. I hate my fucking life. I hate myself sO MUCH. WHY THE FUCK DID I DO THIS, AAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH, AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH, WORK BITCH!!!
Pokémon GO Headcanons

Heeeey guys so because I am totally hooked on Pokémon GO and so is Von @ttweeks, we made a lil list of our headcanons concerning the game and our OTPs (Style, Creek and Bunny). I know that there will be actual canon stuff about this, but while we wait for that episode to come out, let’s just have fun, yes? So buckle up, you are in for a ride.


- The teams for the two would be Team Mystic for Kyle and Team Instinct for Stan.

- Stan is most definitely the type to gently force Kyle out for long ass walks to Catch ‘em All and hatch his 10km eggs (just to get a fucking Eevee and feel defeated af).

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Hero Americans’ One Star Reviews of Cowardly Tumblr Americans’ One Star Reviews of American Sniper

  • He had to kill children to protect our country
  • American Sniper was a great movie, non-political, and made me cry four separate times.
  • the people that he’s “murdering” are radical terrorists 
  • If you refuse to appreciate him putting his life on the line in order to help his guys and the people who can’t defend themselves, you’re just as bad as those terrorists that have no regard for human life
  • anyone who thinks american sniper is a patriotic or jingoistic movie has the understanding of a child.
  • please do tell me how you could be a sniper and NOT dehumanize the people in the crosshairs?
  • did you even read the book.
  • If Chris Kyle didn’t kill the Iraqis they would have been over here killing you
  • You do realize that if he didn’t do his job hundreds, thousands, maybe even millions of U.S. men and woman would have died.
  • That hero saved so many lives
  • If anyone is a coward, it’s all of you fuckers
  • it’s the duty of a soldier to protect the defenseless and I think Kyle would have done that.
  • Chris Kyle died for your freedom!
  • Women and children were killed because they were trained by terrorists to kill american soldiers. No American soldier wants to kill a child!
  • He saved so many lives from evil.
  • get out of our country and go be unamerican somewhere else, we don’t want you.
  • our soldiers are fighting to protect us from evil.
  • God, I hate Tumblr so fucking much.

There’s Hella Sand in His Vagina Asshole
an analytic essay on the fandom’s obsession with Kyle Broflovski’s femininity and their deliberate ignorance of his douchebaggery

I. Introduction

II. Kyle Broflovski—an overview

III. Canon Material for Fanon Femininity

       i. Ike’s Mother Hen

       ii. Concerning Others

       iii. Sidenote: Willzyx and Vegetarianism

IV. Different Strokes of Different Folks

       i. Kyle the Self-Righteous

       ii. Kyle the Murderous

       iii. Kyle the Martyred

V. Conclusion

   I.                    Introduction

   Fandom is an interesting phenomenon that has occurred around many books, television shows, movies, and any other source material for centuries. If something exists, there are fans of it who often debate, analyze, discuss, and just plain enjoy whatever thing their thoughts revolve around. South Park is no exception.

       The South Park fandom has been around since the show first aired in 1997, and, like any eighteen year old fandom, has had its ups and downs. There’s been OC wars, ship wars, clichés, and general nonsense throughout a fandom nearly as old as the internet itself.

       The subject of this essay, however, is not a general rundown of the fandom. Instead, it is an analysis of both the fanon and canon characterization of one of our young protagonists—Kyle Broflovski—and traits of his shall be highlighted as aspects that should be encouraged to be included in fanon works of fiction as well as art.

       Let’s get rolling, shall we?

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