original haven

Can we just take a moment to appreciate how much noise Yang Xiao Long must make whenever she moves.

I mean…. 

New jacket? Zipper.

Boots? Zip ‘em up. 

New sleeve thingies? zIPPERS

ZIPPERS, BELT BUCKLES, WHO NEEDS A SCARF GET ME A TRAVEL PILLOW WITH A METAL BUCKLE..

ZIPPERS, ZIPPERS, AND MORE ZIPPERS.

And that’s ON TOP of a robo arm, to boot. 
Can you just imagine? Yang Xiao Long, charging into battle, and all her enemies can hear….

JANGLE JANGLE JANGLE JANGL E

This child has an obscene amount of metal on her, even if you don’t count the arm. 

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latent-thoughts  asked:

In reference to Staircase shots of Tom/Loki from the Avengers... I'd like to say, any shots of him walking/running are a huge problem. The way he struts oozes so much swag that I have to take a moment to compose myself. I have never seen anyone walk so elegantly before, I don't know if I ever will. So yeah, that sinful walk of his is a problem all around. I wonder if others feel the same as well.

Ugh.

Yes.

The really terrible aspect of the problem is that there are dialects of the walking across his stage and screen work and even in real life.

Shall we examine a few of them?

*dons lab coat*

Regarding Loki, the aforementioned Staircase shots have sort of a smooth gliding feeling, whereas there is a lot more shoulder attitude and back and forth head movement in other scenes.  Think a peacock vibe.  

Originally posted by luvn-loki

The Loki In Chains strut is more subdued, more purposely controlled (for the obvious reasons…).

Originally posted by themissmarvelous

There are also variations within the character of Jonathan Pine.  The Night Manager himself is an authoritative, efficient stride, not one of bravado or pride.

Originally posted by maryxglz

This one is very careful, not exactly tentative, just highly alert and subtle.

Originally posted by tomhiddleston-gifs

And let’s be real here, the Jack Linden version is simply a “Mine is bigger than yours and I know how to use it” message.  

Originally posted by hard-on-for-hiddleston

And Exhibit B in a similar vein *cough* with an added side *cough* of Personal Justice.

Originally posted by spindle-berry

And Coriolanus.  Let’s not forget our darling Murder Machine Martius.

Boo running up the stairs with teeth bared, sword in hand, vambraces tightly cinched…

Originally posted by enchantedbyhiddles

Renowned Coriolanus, victorious general…moving with confidence, not vanity.

Originally posted by snugglyhiddles

Sir Thomas Sharpe, man with a cravat and a mission.

Originally posted by anneboleyns

Hank the Scoundrel coming for your girl with a twang in his step.

Originally posted by maryxglz

Anyways.  I should stop.

So.  Yes.  Problem.  Lots of Problem.

I leave you with Noble Harry and a single word:

V I R I L E

Originally posted by the-do-that-girl

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CONFESSION:  

Dragon Age Origins was my first RPG, and I never ever expected to fall in love with a game so rich in lore, characters, scenery and my favourite part of all the romance arcs. This game changed my life so much, making me change my view and beliefs of the world around me and also to be able to communicate with people more freely, which I couldn’t do because I felt awkward around a lot of people, and I feel as if I’m not the only one.

goldenresonance  asked:

Your response to the favorite video game ask has me wondering if you've gotten a chance to try out the new zelda game? Since it's somewhat like the original in feeling.

I haven’t. Everyone I know who plays it loves it so much, it’s taking over their lives. I have too much I want to do right now, and not enough self control to risk it.