I am the type of parent that pranks my kids. Like, nothing that’s going to cause tears. Nothing traumatizing. But we joke around a lot and it’s par for the course that you check your shoes before you put them on and the faucet doesn’t have a rubber band on it before you turn on the kitchen tap. The usual.
But this prank, the one they just pulled on me? It shook me. They hid all my books. LIke, the sheer logistics of it is amazing. The books were two deep in these cubbies. It’s a good, solid prank. Especially for starters. I thought, good on them.
I was amused, bordering proud, when I looked on my night stand.
What’s that? One more book? Huh.
Everything about this is beautiful. The irony in that the book thief was the only book left. The cleverness of using a bookmark. The we are anonymous type signature. Her haunted look, like she knows where your books are.
Let me tell you, I have never been more proud, and if they continue to apply themselves like this, more scared.
Green Day at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert [03/21/2017]
“It’s a place of worship! It’s a place of rock!” “What kind of place is this?” “This is a holy place!” “Why are there no clouds in the sky?” “’Cause God wants to watch his favorite band again!”
[Bullet in a Bible]
Rising Up BA NA NA NAAAA
BA NA NA NA NA NA NAAA NAAAA
Went the distance now I'm BA NA NA NAAA
Gotta fight BA DO DOO DO DO DOOO
It's the eye of the tiger
It's the BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH
BA DA DA
BOO BOO DOO BA DA BAAAA DAAAAAA
DOO DOO DOOOO
BOO DO OO DOOO DOO DOO DOOO DADAAAAA DA DA
DAAA DDAAAA asdfghjkl the eye of
Head-canon that Ryder discovered if she/he wears socks, they can get a running start from their quarters and slide down the hallway in the Tempest. The many slips and falls attracts the crews attention, who are all fascinated and exasperated at this simple yet amusing activity. This leads to a contest to see who can make it to the far end d without slipping or falling, until Lexi makes everyone stop after Drack manages to put a crack in the Tempest wall.