g3ncyho3:

ladylike-foxes:

icantwritegood:

worldsworstfather:

character in a fight scene: *restrains their opponent by pinning them against the wall by their wrists*

me:

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character in a fight scene: *pins their opponent down by straddling their waist and holding their wrists to the floor*

me:

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character in a fight scene: *lifting their disarmed opponent’s chin slightly with the business end of their weapon*

me:

character in fight scene: *pins down the opponent and leans in close to whisper in their ear*

me:

fuckyeahrichardiii:

philosopherking1887:

fuckyeahrichardiii:

imperiuswrecked:

fuckyeahrichardiii:

“Endgame”???? THAT was the big secret? Laaaaaame.

Alternate titles are:

Avengers: Nebula (You all know she deserves to kill him)

Avengers: Crying and depressed superheros

Avengers: Thank god for Scott Lang

Avengers: Hawkeye spotted

Avengers: for real, fuck Grimace

Avengers: Contracts’ end

Avengers: help us, Carol Danvers and 90s technology, you’re our only hope

Avengers: Clint goes goth

Avengers: Hot Tub Time Machine

Avengers: just at the moment I think I’ve successfully emotionally detached from this hell they give me Tony, hopeless and dying in his sexy tanktop with the battered remains of his helmet sitting there as a metaphor for EVERYTHING, and I’m an emotional mess again

Avengers: Emotional Blackmail

Lake Superior Monster

caledoniaseries:

People who have never seen Lake Superior do not often understand how deadly and terrifying it can be. I’ve been asked many times if there is a monster legend associated with the lake, because I am an American highway legend specialist and Scottish folklorist.

There are a few legends associate with the lake. For example, there is an old Anishinaabe legend that there is a sturgeon in Lake Superior that can swallow an entire city. 

However, when I have been asked this question, I often respond:

The lake is the monster.

There are old sailor’s superstitions still current among sailors and residents of the towns around the lake. I learned many of them while working on the water one summer and gaining a newfound respect for Lake Superior’s incredible power. There is a sense among the people there that the lake itself is sentient.

One example of the lake’s power is a phenomenon called The Three Sisters. This is when three rogue waves form and wash across a ship so quickly that the water does not have time to clear the decks. Many shipwrecks have been caused by The Three Sisters, most notably the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. The ship was found at the bottom of the lake split in half, and it is thought that The Three Sisters were responsible for its sinking.

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source: http://lakesuperiorartgallery.com/Home/LakeSuperiorShipWreckMap.aspx

Lake Superior is also so cold that it doesn’t allow the bacterial growth necessary for dead bodies to rise to the surface. The lake, it is said, never gives up her dead, as the old legend goes. There are many shipwrecks where the bodies are still there, almost perfectly intact despite having been down there for years.

The lake is a force of nature on its own, and as one explorer said, the most dangerous piece of water in the world.

The lake is the monster.

-excerpt from American Drifter

fuckyeahrichardiii:

imperiuswrecked:

fuckyeahrichardiii:

“Endgame”???? THAT was the big secret? Laaaaaame.

Alternate titles are:

Avengers: Nebula (You all know she deserves to kill him)

Avengers: Crying and depressed superheros

Avengers: Thank god for Scott Lang

Avengers: Hawkeye spotted

Avengers: for real, fuck Grimace

Avengers: Contracts’ end

Avengers: help us, Carol Danvers and 90s technology, you’re our only hope

Avengers: Clint goes goth

Avengers: Hot Tub Time Machine

delyth88:

sparklegemstone:

loptrlaufey:

Loki….

Holy shit!  I didn’t pick up on this but yes, the clip of the sun shining through the Avengers complex directly precedes the cut to Thor.

HOLY SHIT

HOLY SHIT YOU GUYS

@delyth88

Omg! Omg! I don’t want to get my hopes up, but that would be so amazing if it was done intentionally!!!

Please! Please let it mean something!

Thanks @sparklegemstone !

Sorry to be a bummer, but I really don’t think we can read into this. I think we’ve seen what the creators of this movie think about Loki, and it’s not much. I also just don’t think any of them are that smart. Infinity War‘s plot hole problem is worse than New Jersey’s pothole problem, and the latter destroyed the undercarriage of my car.

Harry Potter Themed Asks

potter-at-the-disco:

  1. Which Hogwarts house are you? 
  2. Who is your favourite professor at Hogwarts?
  3. Would you have an owl, cat, or toad?
  4. Favourite character and why?
  5. Pro or anti Marauders? 
  6. Avada Kedavra, Crucio, or Imperio?
  7. Favourite book and why?
  8. Who do you think was the best father figure towards Harry?
  9. Favourite movie and why?
  10. Which character do you relate to most, and why?
  11. Who was the most evil character?
  12. Thoughts on Severus Snape?
  13. Who was the bravest character in Harry Potter and why?
  14. Best subject at Hogwarts?
  15. Worst subject at Hogwarts?
  16. Who would be your enemy or enemies at Hogwarts?
  17. Who would be your best friend at Hogwarts?
  18. If available, would you use a love potion on someone?
  19. Favourite Weasley?
  20. Favourite Death Eater?
  21. What would your boggart be?
  22. What is your patronus? 
  23. Fuck, marry, kill *Insert 3 characters*
  24. How do you feel about Cursed Child?
  25. How do you feel about Fantastic Beasts?

whitedaydream:

“There’s a reason Loki is the only real recurring villain in the Marvel movies—he’s just that magnetic on screen and has more than enough layers to keep you coming back for more. While Thanos was all prelude, Loki sat comfortably atop the throne. He’s evil out of lifelong insecurities; charismatic while still posing a real threat. He electrifies every scene he’s in, even before he showed his hand in the first Thor; he is the main draw of the first two Thor solos, and 2012’s The Avengers. Essentially, Loki is the anchor of Marvel’s Phase 1 but by Phase 3 he was its twisted heart.”

— Frazier Tharpe,Complex Media