pretty fast

Just thought of something else: I bet Trini’s brothers figure out Trini’s a ranger pretty fast too. After all, she said she was a superhero less than two weeks before the Power Rangers fought Rita. Their parents probably wave it off as coincidence and Trini screwing with them, but the twins figure it out.

When you get Invested in the Plot Line That Started Out as a Joke

aka: more adventures in the modern day Jamilton dads fic, this time in the “handcuffed together” trope. Also featuring Eliza, saving the day, but not quite the whole day (they’re still cuffed after all). A little over 2k below the readmore

The first thing Hamilton did was yank his hand away, instinctively. With a harsh pull against his wrist, Thomas’ hand followed. For a moment, they both stared, silent.

Then, Hamilton turned towards the open door, took a deep breath, and attempted to channel Washington’s pure authority. “Philip Schuyler-Hamilton, get back here this instant!”

Predictably, nothing happened. Philip wasn’t even within sight of the yard anymore. For such small legs, the kid moved pretty fast. “Philip, I’m serious! You’re in big trouble right now!” He bellowed, greeted only by the pleasant sounds of a Saturday afternoon.

“Yeah, tell him he’s in trouble, that’s going to work,” Thomas snarked, still unable to keep his eyes off the cuffs. For the life of him, he couldn’t grasp what possessed the kid to do this. He didn’t seem like the practical joke type, but then, Thomas hadn’t known him long.

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markhamillz  asked:

Imagine for the Superhero AU - A body swapping episode, because some sort of hiccup with Allura's powers

@markhamillz I LOVE THIS

I would suspect that Keith and Lance switch, much to their mutual dismay. Lance effectively freaks out every time he inadvertently uses his powers because HELLO FIRE. Like he’ll sneeze and a puff of fire comes out and he screams. (also imagine the fart jokes)

Meanwhile brooding Keith almost ALWAYS has a storm cloud over his head, but otherwise he gets the hang of flying pretty fast. He does, however, accidentally bestow static electricity to anyone who touches him. Like in the middle of an inspirational speech, Shiro puts his hand on his shoulder and his hair suddenly goes POOF.

Whenever I’m alone with you
You make me feel like I am home again
Whenever I’m alone with you
You make me feel like I am whole again

Remus Lupin & Sirius Black, Gryffindor common room, 1977

I am intelligent
I am funny
I am strong
I am kind
I am thoughtful
I am a hard worker
I am responsible
I am enough
I am enough
I am enough

Somebody said Humans would be the Mad Scientist species to aliens- like, aliens watch Back To The Future, and they see Doc Brown, and they think yes this is a human scientist, they’re all that crazy, these humans do such insane things with science.

I would like to offer an alternative.

Humans are tough. We can shrug off plenty of injuries, and we recover pretty fast from most others. Hell, we find minor injuries amusing (Don’t tell me you’ve never laughed at someone getting hit in the balls).

Humans have a skewed sense of danger. We think baby anything is cute- tigers, lions, alligators, whatever, no matter how scary they grow up to be- and even then there’s people that would happily cuddle up to a grizzly. Even less adventurous humans keep vermin as pets, or snakes, or dogs, that apex predator sub-species we made.

We are fascinated by morbid and scary stuff. We have a whole genre designed to terrify people. Tons of fantasy revolves around deadly monsters, plenty of which involve romance with said monsters. Lots of grim dystopias in sci-fi. Even children’s stories involve grandmothers getting eaten or witches getting cooked in their own oven.

And if you’re on this site, you know all the jokes we make about depression or social anxiety, or joking about wanting to die.

We aren’t the Doc Brown species.

We’re the Addams Family Species.