OK, so I was doing @morshmalliver ’s b-day present and I realized the image was gone (like, shit, first the contracture now this) and as you can see the universe wants to kill me, so I was sketching again and I just couldn’t do it right and somehow it ended up in sad shit.
HEEMY. OF ALL THE CRUELTY TO INFLICT ON VIKTOR, TAKING AWAY HIS ABILITY TO BLOW ON HIS KNEES.
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The doctor was talking. Viktor tried to focus.
“We can harvest tissue from behind your knee, here and here, for a hamstring graft,” he said, “or extract the middle third of the patellar tendon, from the front. There are pros and cons to each approach. The patellar tendon graft has historically proved more stable, and studies suggest it may allow a quicker return to athletic activity than –”
“Yes,” Viktor said.
The doctor frowned. “The hamstring graft has its benefits,” he said. “The recovery is generally less painful, there’s less scar tissue formation – in particular, the patellar tendon graft can lead to increased pain in any kind of kneeling position, I really think you should consider –”
Pain was something Viktor could handle. “But it will heal faster.”
“Vitya,” said Yakov.
“I’m not sure that’s the right – the rehabilitation process may be shorter, yes.”
Go ahead, roll your eyes, but I’m going to nominate Harry Styles. Not One Direction Harry Styles, but movie-icon-in-the-making Harry Styles. I’m fairly certain Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk is going to make him a star, and if that means more Harry in more Gucci, then I’m on board.
Vogue Runway Director Nicole Phelps, nominating Harry Styles, for who to watch in 2017