not just kurt's dad

Nightcrawler Headcanon

Okay so we know in X-Men: Apocalypse that they confirmed Magneto was Quicksilver’s dad, right?

And then we had that scene with Raven and Peter.

So why not when Kurt finds out that Raven is his mom, he goes confront Magneto about it?

Ohmygod I can imagine it now.

Kurt: Magneto, you’ve known Raven for a very long time, ja?

Magneto: (totally nonchalant) Yes.

Kurt: Er, well….what’s she like to you?

Magneto: (raises eyebrow) What’s wrong with you?

Kurt: Ahhh….well, she’s my mother.

Magneto: What?!?

Kurt: Well, you know, she and my da like-

Magneto: I get it, I get it. Are you sure? Absolutely sure?

Kurt: Well, zidn’t ze blue skin give it away?

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OKAY YOU'RE REALLY BORED AREN'T YOU?!Anywho!Headcanons on Klaine being a happy family with their beautiful children <3 Also anything Class related ^_^

•First of all they have two little girls
•Oldest is called Elizabeth (it’s cliche I know but I like the name)
•Really tall
•Drama queen
•Looks like Kurt but adores Blaine
•(Just like her dad)
•Sings all the time
•Second is called Katy
•Kurt was tricked by Blaine ok
•(Katherine - like Kate Middleton, remember prom?)
•Shy but clever
•Looks like Blaine
•Is a fashion queen
•All happy together


Rare photographs from Nirvana’s first concert in 1987 have surfaced after being uncovered by a Seattle teenager

“I didn’t realize it was such a historical thing,” 19-year-old Maggie Poukkula says. “I thought they were just cool pictures of my dad and Kurt jamming together”

Rare photographs from Nirvana’s first concert in March 1987 have been unearthed and shared by an unlikely source: Maggie Poukkula, the 19-year-old daughter of Tony Poukkula, a member of Seattle band Laytem who grew up with Kurt Cobain and hosted the fledging outfit’s first show in his basement.

Last week, Poukkula tweeted a photo strip featuring three snapshots from the 1987 gig in Raymond, Washington, along with the caption, “Pictures of my dad and Kurt Cobain playing together back in the day.” At the time, Nirvana’s lineup consisted of Cobain, bassist Krist Novoselic and drummer Aaron Burckhard, though that night, Poukkula reportedly joined the outfit on guitar for, at least, two Led Zeppelin covers.

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