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Pro wrestling is very serious sport for very serious people… part two, the seriousness strikes back.

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Marvel in The Golden Era of Hollywood

Tony Curtis as Tony Stark

Marlon Brando as Steve Rogers

Jack Lemmon as Bruce Banner

Paul Newman as Thor

Janet Leigh as Natasha Romanoff

Anthony Perkins as Clint Barton

James Dean as Peter Parker

Montgomery Clift as Bucky Barnes

Sidney Poitier as Sam Wilson

Natalie Wood as Wanda Maximoff

Gregory Peck as Vision

Gene Kelly as Scott Lang

Elizabeth Taylor as Peggy Carter

Clark Gable as Howard Stark

Gang as parks and rec characters

Ponyboy Curtis - Gary/Jerry/Larry/Terry 

“I think that Comic Sans always screams FUN!”

Darry Curtis - Leslie Knope 

“I just slept for seven hours, which is twice as long as I usually sleep, so I’m a little disorientated.”

Soda Curtis - Chris Traeger (not just because of rob, they’re also kinda alike) 

“No no no, I’m not lonely. I have me.”

Johnny Cade - Andy Dwyer 

“I’m not crying okay! I’m just allergic to jerks!”

Dallas Winston - April Ludgate

“I wanted to make fun of stupid people while I got drunk. My two true passions.”

Two Bit Mathews - Tom Haverford 

“I have never taken the high road. But I tell other people to because then there’s more room for me on the low road.”

Steve Randle - Ann Perkins 

“Jogging’s the worst. I mean, I know it keeps you healthy, but God, at what cost?”

Cherry Valance - Bobby Newport

“I’m against crime and I’m not ashamed to admit it.”

Tim Shepard - Ron Swanson 

“When people get to chummy with me I like to call them by the wrong name to let them know I don’t really care about them.”

Curly Shepard - Jean Ralphio Saperstein 

“When life gives you lemons, you sell some of your grandma’s jewelry and go clubbin’.”

Angela Shepard - Mona Lisa Saperstein 

“I have done nothing wrong, ever, in my life.”

Evie - Ben Wyatt

“I don’t even have time to tell you how wrong you are… Actually it’s gonna bother me if I don’t.”

Kathy - Craig Middlebrooks 

“Oh I have a medical condition alright. It’s called caring too much! And it’s incurable!”

Sylvia - Tammy 2

“A lovely, intelligent, self possessed, pediatric surgeon named Wendy.”

“Sounds like a real whore.”

Sandy - Donna Meagle

“I hope no one minds if I live tweet this bitch.”

Marcia - Councilman Jam

“What are you doing tonight?”
“More like WHO am I doing… No one, I’m free.”

Steve: I’ve never understood it. I don’t get it.
Natasha: Then you have not tried.
Steve: Natasha, I’m a kid from the Lower East Side who grew up in poverty. It’s a form of elitist entertainment reserved for the wealthy.
Natasha: Pfft.
Steve: …Did you just ’pfft’ me?
Natasha: I did, yes.
Steve: Natasha—
Natasha: It’s art, Steve, and art is for everyone. But more than that, it is about the pursuit of beauty… the aspiration that within us all, we are each capable of achieving a moment of perfection… the right movement, in the right manner, at the right moment.

From Captain America: Sam Wilson #7, by Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins.


Preacher Season One Title & Director Credits.

S01E01 - Pilot - Directed by Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg.
S01E02 - See - Directed by Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg.
S01E03 - The Possibilities - Directed by Scott Winant.
S01E04 - Monster Swamp - Directed by Craig Zisk.
S01E05 - South Will Rise Again - Directed by Michael Slovis.
S01E06 - Sundowner - Directed by Guillermo Navarro.
S01E07 - He Gone - Directed by Michael Morris.
S01E08 - El Valero - Directed by Kate Dennis.
S01E09 - Finish The Song - Directed by Michael Slovis.
S01E10 - Call And Response - Directed by Sam Catlin.


myers-briggs personality types

↳ ISFJ (The Protector)

ISFJs, or “Protector Guardians”, are most concerned with taking care of people by keeping them safe and secure. They are modest caretakers who do not demand credit or thanks for their efforts. But while they are essentially compassionate—and in fact exercise more patience in dealing with people with disabilities than perhaps any other type—their reluctance to open up to strangers can lead others to misread them as standoffish. Only among friends and family may this quiet type feel comfortable speaking freely. ISFJs are serious people with a strong work ethic, not inclined to self-indulgence. They believe in being meticulous and thrifty. They work well alone. While they may enjoy taking care of others, they do not enjoy giving orders.


  • among types most likely to believe in a spiritual power
  • among types most likely to suffer from heart disease
  • second most common type among education majors in college
  • most likely than other types to watch more than 3 hours of television per day
  • personal values include a happy family life, spirituality, and health
  • over represented among MBA students and male small business owners
  • commonly found in careers in education, healthcare, and religious occupations
  • famous isfjs: kate middleton, mother theresa, george h.w. bush, and rosa parks
I’ll always love you. No matter what

This is part four in the Steve, marry her series. Part one, part two, and part three

Pairing: Pre-serum!Steve x Reader

Word Count: 2869

Category: Fluff, Angst

Warnings: Guys, not gonna lie, this gets kind of intense. There is non-con in this (not between Steve and reader or Buck and reader).  I do not describe the actual act, just the before and aftermath. IF THAT IS A TRIGGER, PLEASE DO NOT READ. YOU CAN SKIP THIS PART WITHOUT MISSING LARGE CHUNKS OF THE PLOT FOR LATER PARTS. There is also; internalized victim blaming, fluff, art show, probably unrealistic representation of art dealers buying art, 

Summary: When Steve’s art is chosen for a exhibit, you accompany him to it. When you leave early, you run into trouble. After you get home, Steve and Buck are there to pick up the pieces.

Your name: submit What is this?

You were already in Steve and Buck’s apartment. Since the other night, you had just been staying with them. It was easier for you, because you didn’t have to back and forth and also because it was easier to look out for your boys when you were there all day. You were standing at the stove, cooking chicken when you heard the door open behind you.

“How was your day Stevie?”

“I have amazing news,” he spun you around, “some of my art has been chosen to be in an exhibit at the school.”

“Oh Stevie that’s amazing!” You wrap your arms around him, “which ones were picked?”

“I’m not telling, you’ll have to come and see for yourself. Because I get to bring a guest, and I’m bringing you. It’s tomorrow night from seven to ten at the school,” he kissed the end of your nose.

“Oh, I’m so excited. You’re art in an exhibit.”

“And a beautiful girl on my arm.”

“Oh Stevie hush.”


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