like a whimp

pipermccloud  asked:

How do each of the Nordics react to horror movies? (and Sealand too) OR if mun isn't that into horror movies, movies that have a reputation for making you feel sad, like Bambi or a Dog's Purpose?

// Let’s do horror!

Denmark doesn’t like horror. He prefers happier endings, but pretends that he loves horror movies so he doesn’t “look like a whimp”. Naturally, everyone knows he hates horror.

Norway and Iceland have a talent. They act completely indifferent. Jump scares? Boring. Loud, creepy music? Oh, please… Nothing in horror movies scare them.

Finland absolutely loves them. He’ll get really into them too- it’s like he likes being scared. He has a whole array of horror movies that he’ll put on when possible.

Sweden hates them. He doesn’t like the jump scares, the wounds, the creepiness, any of it… He normally has a pillow tucked on his lap just in case it gets too scary.

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‘NOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! I WANT TO GO HOME!!! I HATE YOOOUUUUU, I WANT MY MUM, I WANT MY DAD, I DON’T WANT YOU, I HATE YOU!!!’ 

By now jarrah was kicking screaming and sobbing uncontrollably 

“SHUT. UUUUPPPPPPPPPPP!” screamed Marcus back at Jarrah

When that had no effect at all on jarrahs melt down, Marcus stood up and grabbed him by the arm dragging him to the front door and picking up his suitcase on the way.

“FINE!!!!, YOU WANT TO GO HOME? I’LL TAKE YOU HOME YOU SPOILT LITTLE BRAT!, I HATE YOU TOO, YOU’RE NOT MY SON, NO SON OF MINE IS A SOOKY LITTLE WHIMP LIKE YOU, YOU PATHETIC LITTLE RAT, YOU’RE JUST LIKE YOUR STUPID MOTHER, NOW SHUT UP OR I’LL THROW YOU IN THE RIVER AND YOU CAN SWIM HOME!!”  

Linkara in the CA movies

I don’t think i can accept the cannon that Linkara is the same in the movies as he is in the show proper. I can’t believe that a guy who fought the entity and Vice wouldn’t beat a whimp like Malachite. Sorry, but the entity and Vice laugh at this guy. Hell, Malachite should sense the magic in linkara and go, “Hey, want to kill those guys?” I know, i know, plot hole…but that is a weak excuse at best and poor storytelling at its worst.