erica please tell us of your adventures working for a movie theatre please please i'm begging you
I just did! they have these giant rats locked up behind the screens in the auditorium… they let them loose at night after the last screenings because all the usher shifts are over by then and it’s easier to just let the rats eat everything
Anonymous said: Amy I love you and everything you have ever written ever can I throw money and or candy at you until you are happy with the amount not like in a weird way but just cause you deserve it (I’m on pain meds sorry if this makes no sense)
Honestly this is the sweetest thing, and I’ve been smiling about it all day
Anonymous said: Yo I love those tickets you did in Duke’s pov!!!10/10
Well thank you! I’m really enjoying the option of a narrator who doesn’t know what the hell is going on. It’s an interesting POV to work with.
i never thought i’d say this but even moriarty deserved a better ending??? like people in the cinema literally cheered when he came on screen, people enjoy watching him and he’s so Extra and weird and they had so much potential for him but in the end the one who defeated the main villain was himself?? like what villain just gives up at a minor inconvenience and kills himself?? it’s so anti-climatic. and he was literally their main marketing point for s4. “i know exactly what he’s going to do next” at the end of tab and all the “miss me?” hype got people so excited for more of this psychotic manic and then he did.. absolutely nothing?? anyway pour one out for jimothy, another victim of s4
“[…] I met someone. It was an accident, I wasn’t looking for it, it wasn’t on the make, it was a perfect storm. She said one thing, I said another, next thing I knew, I wanted to spend the rest of my life in the middle of that conversation. Now there’s this feeling in my gut she might be the one. She’s completely nuts, in a way that makes me smile, highly neurotic with a great deal of maintenance required. She is you […].”
Steve didn’t like to
name-call, but in this case, he was completely comfortable with his assessment
that Von Doom was a douchecanoe.
He’s sure of himself,
because he’s not himself. He’s Bucky.
And Bucky’s him and is Bucky
making his pecs dance while they wait for Stark to try and fix this?!
“Jerk!” Steve calls, and Bucky laughs, the sound
strange coming from a mouth that isn’t his.
It’s Rhodey, of all
people, who gives Steve the idea. It’s
completely petty and antagonistic and perfect.
That night, Steve shaves
off just enough of one eyebrow for it
to be noticeable. If you’re looking.
Bucky was looking. The stubble Steve had been curating was gone
Steve washed his
(Bucky’s?) hair, and used a blow dryer to achieve maximum fluff. Bucky dyed his (Steve’s?) hair green. Steve was pretty
sure it was the sort of dye that would wash out after a few showers.
By the time Tony figures
out how to swap them back into the right body, Steve has shaved off an entire
eyebrow and has made perfect pin curls three days in a row. Bucky still has the green hair and no
stubble, but the hair has been shaven some so Bucky could fashion it into a Mohawk.
Von Doom was still a
douchecanoe, even if Steve was finally back in his own body.
As a last-word prank,
Steve put green dye in Bucky’s shampoo.