the netflix adaptation of a series of unfortunate events is really everything my childhood self could have asked for…my skin is clear, my crops watered, the 2 hours of my life spent watching that awful jim carrey movie Redeemed
okay but Dex and Nursey’s arguments have definitely devolved into that thing that you’d always do to your younger siblings with the “Stop hitting yourself!” thing.
Dex will be like, “Why are you sitting so close to me? I don’t need you touching me.” So of course Nursey just has to like poke him or something, which naturally escalates to him grabbing Dex’s wrist and making him slap himself in the face, complete with, “Stop hitting yourself! Why are you slapping yourself Dex? Come on brah, get it together, can’t you control your own hands?”
At some point Dex just goes into Hulk Mode ™ and like tackles him onto the gross couch and there’s probably a lot of sexual tension idk.
Meanwhile, Chowder looks into the camera like he’s on the office and shakes his head. Kids these days.
everyone else, immediately and mercilessly:
[calls them out, repeats the flub in increasingly mocking voices, uses the flub in a sentence. brings the flub up again later in the video. brings the flub up again in a different video. brings the flub up again on their deathbed. immortalizes the flub. creates seven different t-shirt designs. erects a monument for the flub. develops a three-part rock opera for the flub.]
Why oh why am I not surprised at the amount of people saying that the “Cars 3” teaser will ‘traumatize’ kids.
This reminds me of how people (mainly parents) flipped out at “The Good Dinosaur” because it DARED to show death and violence… like Pixar or Disney haven’t already done that before. And also when they criticized “Inside Out” for being 'depressing’… again, as if Pixar or Disney haven’t already done this.
Summary: Sehun catches you staring at him on the subway and assumes that you’re checking him out - and you kind of are, but not in the way he thinks.
Pairing: Sehun x You
Sehun hates riding the subway.
Is it an efficient system? Sure. Is it reliable and organized? Yeah. Does that make it any more appealing to him? Not a chance.
now he’s taking the orange line to downtown, and apparently so are the
other hundred people on the T because each stop only brings him closer
and closer to being crushed to death. Currently, he’s part of a sandwich
that consists of one extremely pregnant woman – whom he would have
offered a seat if he had one, three children that are apparently
deriving great pleasure from kicking him in the shins, and one stout man
with a mop of curly hair and ridiculous body odor. Sehun mutters a
prayer to several deities asking for patience and tugs his face mask up
with a sigh.
At the next stop, the one right before downtown,
several people filter out of the subway car, and Sehun plops down on an
empty seat with a breath of relief. He’d spent far too many hours at the
dance studio yesterday and his knees are now protesting like an old
woman’s. But that’s simply the price of being the lead choreographer for
his university’s dance company – and he loves it all, the pain, the
sweat, the grind. And despite the aches in his body, Sehun finds himself
tapping his feet to some imaginary song, mapping out different moves in
He’s so caught up in the moment, feet pattering and
fingers drumming and shoulders rolling, that he almost doesn’t notice
the girl. Almost. And he wouldn’t have noticed her if it weren’t for the
fact that she keeps glancing over at him occasionally. And, even more
curiously, after looking at him she then scribbles something in the
notebook on her lap. Is she…taking notes on him?
“Noah appeared beside Blue. He looked joyful and adoring, like a Labrador retriever. Noah had decided almost immediately that he would do anything for Blue, a fact that would’ve needled Adam if it had been anyone other than Noah.”
@ihopealiensbelieveinme You made the mistake of expressing mild affection for one of
the robins and thus made me go into a nostalgic bingeread and now I’m gonna
spam. Starting with SECRET ORIGINS.
So like, Jason’s first meeting with Batman has always been
the most hilarious thing and I love it? Jason literally steals tires from the
Batmobile??? Like. He sees the Batmobile parked in his little slum and is like “oh
cool free tires. This could not possibly go wrong.” what kind of weird child…
Even Bruce thinks it’s
REACTION TO BEING CAUGHT JACKING UP THE MOST FEARED MAN IN
GOTHAM’S CAR: “whoopsy daisy”.
Also please note Jason’s terrible 80’s punk outfit and how
he color-coded for his destiny as Robin ahead of time.
But it gets better.
“YOU LITTLE SON OF A GUN” “TRY AND CATCH ME YOU BIG BOOB!”
80’s comics are AMAZING.
Bruce takes being clubbed in the stomach pretty well,
basically still mildly amused and mostly concerned for this child randomly
wandering around the place his parents were murdered. So he follows Jason back
to his crappy little hovel, where he is SMOKING like a TRUE DELINQUENT and asks
him about his parents.
The fact Bruce just stops Jason by putting his hand on his
head and thus his tiny arms just. like, pinwheel in the air.Then he picks him up by
the arm so he’s just dangling there, jerking around like an angry kitten
who’s been caught by the scruff of his neck…AMAZING.
Anyway Bruce is like “okay you’re cute and all but I need my
tires back” and Jason is like “fiiiiiiine”
I’M MY OWN MAN!!!! ME, JASON
TODD!!!” “I DON’T NEED SCHOOL!!!! I GRADUATED A LONG TIME AGO!!!! FROM THE STREETS!!! OF CRIME
Bruce has finally found someone as hilariously melodramatic
as he is. An instant kinship is formed.
The best thing about this is wheN Bruce DOES make Jason go to school he quickly becomes REALLY EXCITED ABOUT LEARNING and is BASICALLY A TOTAL NERD.
JUST BUY A POCKET PROTECTOR ALREADY JASON.THE BAD SEED OF THE FAMILY, CLEARLY.