or at least a movie

Happy first day of Genyatta Week Summer! Unfortunately this is the week right after I finished my summer courses and the same week I have to take two major state tests to get into my career field, so I don’t have as much time as I want to do stuff for it, but here is my first contribution, and I want to do at least a couple more days.

First day of Genyatta Week is movie night. Genji picked a horror movie, hoping Zenyatta would get scared and want him to comfort him, but it ended up going the other way around. Zenyatta even needed to hold poor Genji’s tea.

Honestly my favorite thing to do is grocery shopping. Idk what it is about it. But if anyone in my family is going they ask me if I want to come. And I actually get excited on the way there like I’m going to the mall or the movies. I go to Kroger at least 3 times a week sometimes I spend an hour in there and only buy one thing. Grocery shopping is honestly such an underestimated hobby. If I could pick any job I would just want to be paid to do people’s grocery shopping for them.

So if you see me post a lot of stuff about the grocery store and you’re like “Do they live at Kroger?” Just know I don’t live there but if they offered me a bed in the storage closet I’d say yes.

livesoffcoco  asked:

I believe you are the one that I got the info from, or from twitter, but I bet if Asagiri had a say in the movie, we will have at least a reference to Odasaku. Plus the Dark Era scenes in the pv (though as you said those were reused scenes). I guess I'm just really excited haha!

I’ve always thought Asagiri liked Odasaku a little better than the other characters. But actually, it might be BONES nudging Asagiri to give an Odasaku cameo/shoutout, just like what happened with the scene they added in the anime.

So yeah, I’m excited too, but wary, because this can either be a good movie with an engaging plot or a decent one that’s riddled with fanservice. We’ll see.

Being Edith

She’s not HVC 7.1- 355, and she’s not really Edith Anthrope.
She’s just Edith, and it took her a long time to come to that.

SO MANY OF YOU asked me to write Edith as an Alien in ‘It’s Hard’.

Just because I can’t do it there doesn’t mean I won’t do it at all ;)

(I have to give a huge amount of the credit to @genalovestoons, who chatted with me for at least an hour about all the different ways the Captain Underpants movies could write Edith as an Alien. It was a wonderful conversation that really got the gears in my head turning. Everyone, give the lady a hand!)

I tried to write this (at least the beginning of this) in the style of those 1950’s sci-fi stories. In particular, I re-read Isaac Asimov’s The Last Question, which I HIGHLY recommend. An audio recording of the story can be found on youtube and I would post it here were it not for the fact Tumblr is being stupid so, unfortunately, you will have to go look it up yourself. 


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Hey yall! Sorry this is late- I’ve been awful busy!

BUT it’s the Light festival, and so it’s time to watch some vaguely Light themed movies (finding movies for this flight was difficult to say the least.)

Movies on the roster this time around are as follows:


The Mummy (1&2)

National Treasure

Legend of the Guardians: Owls of Gahoole 

We’ll be watching one (or two if it’s the mummy) of these movies later today, probably around 18:00 FR time.

Feel free to let me know what movie(s) you’d like to watch tonight, and if you’d like to join the notification list let me know!

@sage-rising @chimerahound

bekahpaik  asked:

i hate when people bash slytherin because its like, no not everyone is evil you dingbat the reason why the slytherins didnt fight in the battle of hogwarts was because fighting meant fighting family and friends jusT STOP

i mean the truth is that j.k didn’t do a lot to not make people (at least sort of casual readers/watchers of the movies who weren’t interested in delving much deeper into the universe of harry potter) care about other houses besides gryffindor and i mean… she’s said multiple times that she’s a gryffindor herself but i don’t think you’d need her to tell you in order to figure out that she clearly favored them over the other houses and sure, she might say whatever she wants about hufflepuff and slytherin now that everything is done and how amazing the hufflepuff and slytherin houses are (they are!) but the truth is that she didn’t give a fuck about making them look good when writing the books, slytherin especially

i mean you can tell that both hufflepuff and slytherin, even if it’s for different reasons, got the worst because hufflepuff was labeled as the “dumb” ones and it was an embarrassment to be put on that house because it meant the other houses didn’t want you and you didn’t have any good traits (around the time the last movie came out people still made fun of hufflepuff and finding someone actually sticking up for the house was harder than finding a fucking unicorn) and slytherin = evil

ravenclaw is sorta…. meh because they were labeled as smart so it wasn’t a bad quality, i mean maybe people said they were nerds? but i haven’t seen a lot of bashing to ravenclaw in my years as a harry potter fan like i’ve seen towards hufflepuff and slytherin (although some people glamorized the “evilness” of slytherin, but hufflepuff was mostly just ridiculed)

and it makes me so angry!!!!!!! because it seems like most of the hate towards slytherin stems from the fact that they are the antithesis of gryffindor SO THAT MUST MEAN THEY ARE WRONG SOMEHOW BECAUSE GRYFFINDORS ARE PERFECT ACCORDING TO J.K., apparently the only evil wizard to come out of gryffindor was peter pettigrew and THAT’S IT and they made it abundantly clear that he wasn’t a true gryffindor!! he was actually a coward!!! (eyeroll)

whereas in slytherin the evil wizards were 100% true slytherins, they absolutely weren’t wrong for their house (second eyeroll)

i mean it’s clear that being in a house isn’t black and white but j.k. sure as hell made it seem like it

(btw i have nothing against gryffindors lmao it just makes me angry how the other houses were portrayed and how apparently gryffindors were the best of the best at everything, and i’m forever bitter that a house like hufflepuff that valued tolerance, acceptance and hard work above all was ONLY ridiculed for years and treated like trash)

whoops i ranted, sorry

omgskeletonseverywhere  asked:

In what situation do you think Jack would actually be scared? Because from the movie, video game adaptations and your comics, I doesn't seem like Jack is scared of anything...

In there’s a few things he might be scared or feel nervous about, though jack strikes me as the kind of character who’s really good at hiding it. At least from what I’ve seen in the movie and his video game appearances, I get this sense that jack’s fears are probably more in line with things like a fear of failure, making mistakes, or even complacency. These fears may not be to the point where they’re crippling or stop him from getting things done, but I wouldn’t blame him if he puts a lot of pressure on himself to make sure Halloween is fun and is completed on time.

5 favorite and least favorite Disney animated movies

Lilo and Stitch
Lion King

Least favorites:
Brother Bear
Home on the Range
Chicken Little
The Rescuers

This is what I think about when I can’t sleep. Reblog with your lists I’d love to see

What really sucks about the way Joss Whedon writes is that he sort of has this idea that if he writes about women being strong and confident, that is all it takes for women to appreciate his work. Like, even if the villain constantly belittles a woman for being a woman and people are constantly harassing her and sexualizing her, it’s okay because she’s strong and she can take it.

The biggest difference between Whedon’s version of Wonder Woman and Jenkins is that in Whedon’s version Wonder Woman is A Woman. She (and the audience) must be constantly aware that she is a Woman, that she is Sexy, that she is overcoming incredible odds because she has the terrible disadvantage of Being Born A Woman.

Whereas in Jenkins’ film Diana simply exists. There are some points made by other characters about her being a woman, like when Steve won’t sleep with her because he feels it’s improper, or when his secretary says, “Oh yes, put specs on her, like after that she won’t be the most beautiful woman you’ve ever seen”, but Diana is almost completely unaware of her status as a Dreaded Woman. Her excitement over a baby? She’s literally never seen one before. Her little makeover seen? Spends the whole thing looking for something comfortable she can fight in. She basically never mentions the difference between men and women, never even says that women are better or whatever because she was raised by them. 

Joss Whedon would have never let Wonder Woman forget she was a Woman. She would have constantly been making comments about it, wether positive or negative, as would everyone around her. In Whedon’s heyday that might have flown a lot better, but now women seem to be a little sick of grrrrl power. They just want power. They just want to exist, both on screen and in life, without constant reminders that they are Women and that they must pay for that at every turn.

Me: Hey, I’m in a really good mood today! There’s absolutely nothing that can take this good mood away from—