watching pushing daisies increased my life expectancy by 100+ years i highly recommend it. i also uploaded these on redbubble so yall can get them if you want!
reaction pics everyone will still understand even with the text removed
If I might add…
may i add
Shaka, when the walls fell.
i am OBSESSED with this response my philosophy teacher made to my introduction post okay OBSESSED
ok but did you put your fucking h*gwarts house in your online class discussion forum introduction
absolutely not i have taste what i DID say for my interesting fact was that i have 999:59 hours in my copy of pokemon heartgold
ok ok i understand. this professor is just dunking on harry potter right out the gate unprompted
absolutely he immediately earned my respect also because we talked about heteronormatism in the second class hes my favorite prof so far
So do you like villains because they’re cool, or because it’s cathartic to see characters completely lash out against the world for their trauma and abuse and just be angry for all their pain in a manner that doesn’t actually affect anyone since it’s all fictional.
Third option is that they’re just hot
i think villains in general provide better, more epic romances because they’re allowed to go to extremes. they’re allowed to put their love over the greater good. they’re allowed to be selfish. the best a hero can offer you is number two, because their duty comes first. villains, though. villains will burn down the world for a last kiss goodbye.
Yea, sure. Until YOU or people you love are among the victims for someone else’s love and the villains won’t care. Would also like to point out that some villians(Kuvira, for example) have been willing to sacrifice/throw away love interests for their own goals.
idk about you but existing in the real world gives me and my loved ones immunity from the actions of fictional villains. hope you manage to get your family out of star wars.
Gandalf, taking a hit from his joint: Did you guys know that mithril is super expensive? Like insanely valuable? That it’s very much a finite resource mostly plundered from the earth and invaluable due to its many uses? And also Sauron has most of it so it’s now lost to its Elven and Dwarvish makers? And to think Bilbo’s precious gift of mithril mail is probably sitting in the local Useless Dumb Artefacts Museum. Just makes you think lol …
Gimli, a dwarf who has lost most of his people’s cultural artefacts: … I’m sorry Bilbo was given what and did what with it
Frodo, secretly wearing Bilbo’s mithril mail at that very moment but only after nearly 70 years of it sitting in the Useless Dumb Artefacts Museum gathering dust because Bilbo had no idea his cool shirt was worth approximately the net value of their entire country:
Lord of the Rings is a comedy