Has everyone really had a nightmare where someone/thing is under the bed that grabs your ankle when you put your feet on the floor? Because I haven’t. Maybe that’s part of why I didn’t like Listen. I’ve never had a dream/nightmare like that.
I haven’t. But then, I’ve not had any of the common dreams, nightmare or pleasant, like teeth falling out or flying.
Thomas O’malley as a black redhead with vitiligo and Duchess as a natural platinum blond. THIS IS THE ANTHROPOMORPHIC ARTWORK WE DESERVE.
Aang deals with cultural appropriation - (x)
People need to stop reblogging this without the rest of the comic :^)
Part 1: Aang has a negative reaction to people who mistakenly hurt his feelings but had good intentions.
Part 2: Aang calms down and acknowledges that those people’s intentions were good and instead of being upset offers to educate and inform those people and SHARES his culture.
Good message there.
Part 3: The air acolytes remove the shitty part of their fan club and stop getting airbender master tattoos.
Let’s get this straight. Aang is talking about RELIGIOUS (sacred) appropriation. He has no problem with the fan club’s CULTURAL “appropriation” - in fact, he is excited by it. So called cultural-appropriation is healthy social interaction. Religious appropriation is disrespectful at best. After the fan club proves themselves, he realizes they disrespected that which his people held sacred truly in ignorance. They receive his rebuke, and become an essential part of rebuilding the air nomads.
everyone’s grandparents seem to have really cute stories of how they met, and like my grandparents met when my grandma was running away from police during a protest and she jumped on the back of my grandads motorcycle and just screamed “DRIVE JUST DRIVE”
Scratch “during a protest” and this is probably how Natasha met Clint.
my thor art is just getting more ridiculous each time i draw him
can you imagine though…
one day thor is reading up on currents and he sees an article about captain america playing ball with a kid and its the make-a-wish foundation
so thor gets curious and interested and asks Steve to get him involved and they find out a little girl with cancer just wants a tea party with a real prince and thor is like “i am a prince of asgard” and he goes and has a tea party with her and brings apple tarts “because, little midgardian maid, i am told it is tradition to have sweets with tea” and the apple tarts are made with the mythical apples that keep asgardians healthy and after the tea party, the doctors are mystified how she is miraculously healed.
This is how I like my Thor
I nearly scrolled past.
And then I read it.
Those aren’t tears they are liquid feels.
Wow! Tegan is a good artist!
Apparently I want to become proficient in Tegan-style drawing.
That sounds rather like my blog. It’s multifandom, but I tag obsessively, so you can block what you don’t like.
WHY ARE WE DOING THIS AGAIN
When I say I want to read the book before seeing the movie, I don’t want brownie points or bragging rights. I want to be able to read the book with my imagined world and idea of the characters without the movie’s influence at least once. After you see the movie there’s always some part of it that sticks in your head for a long time and you lose the enjoyment of making it up yourself.
thank you so much for putting it into words
Oh, I only intended to respond to the large amount of hysterical/angry posts I had crossing my dash or in the tags. Of course there are serious and intelligent conversations to be had on the Doctor’s relationship with the military and soldiers.
I don’t think I’ve seen that gifset. I’d love a link!