The most important line in the whole damn song. MESSAGE.
The only historically accurate line in the whole film.
it got better
Imagine coming into your room after a shower, covered in nothing but a towel, and finding your icon disinterestedly flipping through TV channels. When they see you they grin happily because they’ve been waiting for you.
“That’s my secret Mulan… I’m always off groove”
when he’s angry he turns into a giant llama
the year is 2014 AD. the human race has existed for over 200,000 years. men still think women pee out of the vagina.
sadly there are also plenty of women who still think they pee out of their vagina
There are 134 works on AO3 for Chuck Hansen/Hercules Hansen and only 62 for Stacker Pentecost/Hercules Hansen and if you think racism isn’t a factor in why people would rather ship a characterwith his own son than with a friend he canonically has years of history with, then you might want to examine the kool-aid you are drinking.
the numbers have increased on both sides but the proportion is about the same. fandom stays acting like fandom.
"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks
I like how advertising is literally still exactly as sexist as they’re joking about in this comic from 54 years ago.
"HE-MEN DRINK FIZZLE POP. WHY DON’T YOU?"
harry and ginny having triplet boys and naming them james, sirius, and remus respectively
and mcgonagall’s reaction when they’re at hogwarts like
no not again
Okay I’m not even a Star Trek fan but that’s beautiful.
Couch during the day, bed at night, and extra storage for everyday use or the guests when they come over.
Hemnes from Ikea….$299
Space saving table and chairs from Ikea
Steve Rogers doesn’t know about Luke’s dad.
…What did that Avengers Tower movie night look like?
"Okay, I’ve got historical events and music so far. What movies do I need to see?" Steve asks, breaking out his notebook.
“Some Like It Hot,” Bruce says immediately.
“Robin Hood,” Clint puts in, to no one’s surprise.
Steve smiles. “Errol Flynn?”
“Men in Tights.”
Natasha looks up from where she’s curled in an armchair. “The Sound of Music?”
Clint snorts. “I think he might object to the singing Nazis, Nat.”
Steve just raises an eyebrow. “Singing Nazis?” That one goes on the list.
"Ooh, in that case, Pearl Harbor,” Tony says.
A chorus of groans and protests meet his statement.
"What? I kind of want to see his head explode."
Steve does not put that one on the list. “Anything else?”
“Star Wars,” Darcy says, without looking up from her phone.
The room goes silent. Everyone stops and stares at her like they’ve forgotten she stuck around after Jane went back to New Mexico. Which they probably have.
"Darce, you’re a genius,” Clint breathes.
Bruce actually smiles. “We are in the presence of the last unspoiled adult in the entire country.”
Tony’s eyes light up. “Oh my god, he doesn’t know that Vader is—”
Natasha has him in a choke-hold before anyone realizes she’s moving. “Not another syllable.”
Tony raises his hands in surrender, and Natasha loosens her hold. “What the hell was that about?” he wheezes.
She nods towards Bruce, who is looking somewhat green around the gills.
"Spoilers make him angry."