young inventions


Okay - CLEARLY Flug has been with Black Hat for a VERY long time. Assuming Villainous takes place in present time, we can assume that Dr Flug is immune to aging just as Black Hat is. In the “Anti-Gravity Device” episode, there’s a picture of Al Capone kissing Black Hat’s hand with Dr Flug in the background. While it IS possible Flug could have been alive at that point, that would make him old now, considering Al Capone was around early 1900s, that would put Flug at roughly around 100 years old. Dr Flug doesn’t look to be anywhere near his 90s and seems quite able bodied. Thus, my case, Dr Flug doesn’t age and must have been with Black Hat for much longer than it would seem.


So here are the kids for my character’s, Jonathan and Belle. Their name’s are Rosanna and Simon. Rosanna is 10 and Simon is 6 in a half. They’re very bright kids and they know about both their parents business and mafia group. They were taught to protect themselves just in case they were attacked while Jonathan and Belle weren’t there to protect them. However, let me tell you about these two munchkin’s. Rosanna, is a Daddy’s girl. She admires her father so much, especially her mother as well. But she always wanted to grow up as a leader like her father and she wants to make a difference. She’s very quirky and clumsy. Very soft spoken, loves to read and dance.
Now it’s time for the youngest, Simon. He’s very animated, lots of energy. Speaks his mind with confidence. He’s also the same like his older sister: clumsy and quirky. He loves to be in action and he just LOVES to fly. He’s a big fan of aircraft’s and whenever he meets someone who can fly (sppzz! Abel!) He’ll out right ask them right away, if they can fly! He’s also a big fan of science, thanks to his father and mother. He has a high intellect at a very young age, making inventions and reads almost all time. While he runs around everywhere. So that’s it! I hope you all enjoy and thank you so much! This is for @eliana55226838 and @animal-guardian! 🤗🤗🤗❤❤❤

friendly reminder that the trope of the ‘older, predatory gay man’ propagated by shit like King Cobra or neighbourhood watch meetings was first introduced to mainstream media in 1895 during the Oscar Wilde trials.
back then, mlm relationships followed a more classical format of the young, beautiful student and the old, wiser teacher, so many of Wilde’s lovers were between 18-25
the press and prosecution sold the guilty testimony on this concept of the evil sodomiser corrupting these innocent YOUNG boys; lots of emphasis on their youth to try and smear him as a paedophile without any evidence to support that claim; and this image spread rapidly as Wilde’s public image tanked.
remember that this image of every older gay man being some sort of pervert preying on underage, naïve young boys was invented by straight people to further ruin the public image of gay men.


Ayanda dir. Sara Blecher (2015)

Set in the vibrant, Afropolitan community of Johannesburg’s Yeoville, Ayanda is a coming-of-age story of a twenty-one year old Afro-hipster, who embarks on a journey of self-discovery when she has to fight to save her late father’s legacy – a motor repair shop - when it is threatened with closure. She’s thrown into a world of greasy overalls, gender stereotypes and abandoned vintage cars once loved, now in need of a young woman’s re-inventive touch to bring them back to life again.

i miss the good old days of swtor rp, when what we called “role play plots” were things like: a rowdy young mandalorian woman tries to swallow a hot dog whole without vomiting, or a rowdy young mandalorian woman invents a game that’s just jumping down an elevator shaft and nothing else

Mharti’s the Rick/Rick’s the Mharti

I thought the Citadel of Mhartis would be more fun. You figure, they’re young. Probably inventing new forms of lube or making video game walkthroughs… But instead I got dragged to the Lost and Found, or as I like to call the SAP’s corner (Silver Alert Pickup). Those Ricks looked half-scared and lost.

The Many Escapes of Anders

Okay, so it was played with before, today is ‘Anders On the Run’ day of Anders appreciation week. So here’s a proposed timeline of Anders’ seven escapes:

Escape #1: Swam across the lake 

Anders’ first escape attempt, not long after arriving at Kinloch Hold, was a simple matter of jumping off the dock and striking out across the lake. The Templar attempting to follow him forgot that plate armor is not buoyant and sank like a stone. Especially impressive for the stamina involved in a 12-13 year old swimming between five to ten straight miles across Lake Calenhad to the nearest shore.

Escape #2: Climbed out a window on a rope of senior enchanters’ undergarments 

The doors were all watched, and so were the windows on the lower floors, but not the upper windows. Anders got himself assigned to laundry duty and filched undergarments until he had enough to braid himself 100 meters of rope, which he used to climb down the outside of the Tower to freedom. When asked why he had specifically chosen senior mage’s undergarments, the young apprentice replied they were “bigger ‘n tougher.”

Escape #3: Makeshift hot air balloon

Possibly the height of young Anders’ inventiveness; after many months staring out the window and daydreaming about being able to fly, he read a book about an innovative Antivan design for an airborne vehicle supported by drafts of hot air. While initially planning to build an entire hot air balloon out of stolen materials, Anders eventually resorted to just grabbing a large canvas tarp by all four corners and jumping off the Tower roof garden, using fire magic to heat the air enough to provide lift. Impressively, he managed to get all the way to the other side of the lake before the canvas caught fire and he crashlanded in the trees.

Escape #4: Hid in a crate 

Apparently abandoning the air routes, Anders’ next escape attempt was to conceal himself in a crate among a shipment of potions due to be transported for sale. Protests of ‘No I’m not, I’m an elfroot’ were not believed.

-Hiatus of several years while in a relationship with Karl-

Escape #5: Drugged the Templars 

Anders’ first escape attempt after Karl was transferred to Kirkwall showed a definite step up in ruthlessness over all previous attempts. He stole herbs from his potionmaking class until he was able to fashion a very powerful sedative, which he slipped to the Templars on duty at the gate. (Several years of good behavior had led the Templars to let their guard down around Anders, a mistake they would not make afterwards.)

Escape #6: Just fucking rabbited 

Technically, this could be considered an extension of Escape #5, since the Templars didn’t actually get him all the way back to the Tower before he tried again. While escorting him back to the Tower after recapture, the Templars made the mistake of thinking him considerably more incapacitated from his injuries than he actually was; he managed to slip the cuffs and run for it in a moment of inattention. Several Templars were injured in the ensuing scuffle, which undoubtedly compounded the severity of the punishment that was to follow.

Escape #7: Disguised self as a Templar and walked out the door 

Anders’ seventh and final escape was aided by the chaos at the Tower following the rout at Ostagar. Since many mages and Templars were away accompanying the King’s Army, normal patrol and guard schedules were disrupted. Anders was able to lay his hands on a set of Templar armor, which he used to disguise himself and pass among the other Templars with long practice of their training and mannerisms. He left the Tower only hours before Uldred and his co-conspirators were to return, which led to the significant delay of any pursuit or recapture efforts.