that is d's frame

Robert may be the villain in his story with the whites, but he’s not the villain in his story with Aaron. People do fucked up things, terrible things when their emotional vulnerable and heartbroken, and yeah his the villain of that story. But he loves Aaron and Liv with all his heart, he’d never intentionally hurt them. It’s all about how you frame things. It’s pretty much canon that if Robert Sugden loves you he’ll die for you, but if your nothing to him? Better buy yourself a coffin ;) 

anonymous asked:

Do you think Doc sustained any permanent injuries from the '54 wreck and if so, what kind of injuries would they be/how would they affect him now?


Yeah, but I bet he totally had some permanent damage. Reconstructive techniques back then were nothing compared to what they have today. They were likely unable to replace several parts completely because they didn’t have the technology to keep him alive while they did the procedure.

My headcanons are that his frame was always a bit crooked, and that he’d had his suspension adjusted to hide it. All his body panels were easily replaceable, so he’d always look fine from the outside. They were unable to completely replace his drivetrain, so they rebuilt his engine and transmission. It performed flawlessly for him in normal driving conditions, but it had been damaged so that the doctors had told him he couldn’t race again. (He of course ignored this and was gonna do it anyway.) The training with Lightning really took its toll on him.

So yeah. All his injuries were beneath the surface, and no one but him knew about them up until the day he died. He always told himself he’d rather live happy for a short time than be miserable for a long time. Even though he knew the speed was killing him, he didn’t regret it. Not one bit.

ask-googleirlrp  asked:

Geo huffed, innocently sitting on Darks lap and looking up at him. “Daddy, I did something.” He said, his hands playing with Dark’s shirt lightly. “I think you’ll like it, it was for you after all!”

“Oh? Is that so princess?” He hummed curiously, resting his hands on his lover’s lower back as he let his eyes roam over his petite frame. “Then show me baby girl, I’d love to see it.”

It kind of bugs me that whenever somebody tries to draw a D&D orc with high Charisma, it’s always, like, slender frame, smooth skin, small tusks, high forehead, etc.

I mean, leaving entirely aside the fact that D&D explicitly treats Charisma as a metaphysical quality that operates wholly independently of physical appearance - you could have 20 Charisma and be ugly as hell - why are we making the high Charisma orc pretty by human standards? Seems awfully chauvinistic, if you think about it.

I wanna see a 20 Charisma orc who’s an absolute knockout by orc standards.


timmy’s secret wish is the worst episode of fairly oddparents i have ever seen :’D - forget about chloe or sparky or season 10 - this is the one where it turns out that timmy is actually 60 years old and cheated his way into never having to let go of his fairies - which results in cosmo and wanda losing Poof.

Naturally, all of this ends with Timmy getting his fairies, Poof and his youth back, without any permanent consequences or punishment whatsoever.

i cannot believe this ;____;

anonymous asked:

I was rewatching Granada's Empty House and I never noticed before that when Holmes runs his hand along Watson's face, Watson instinctively leans into his touch... I thought you'd appreciate that and also I need to lie down

sdfghsdfg thanks friend

now I need to lie down too