The bruised and damaged peach, like a rape victim, lay on its side on my desk, shamed, loyal, aching, and confused, struggling not to spill what I’d left inside. It reminded me that I had probably looked no different on his bed last night after he’d come inside me the first time.
“Call Me by Your Name”, André Aciman (page 147)
A super hero fights evil by wiping memories of both the villian and everyone who knew of them so that they can be reintroduced into society safely. Today, as you were combing through old newspapers, you discover that you were once the world’s most powerful supervillain.
There’s an episode of Stargate SG-1 about this, season 3 episode 11 “Past and Present,” where The Destroyer of Worlds escapes through the Stargate to an unsuspecting planet, but in an attempt to come up with a cure for some disease she caught or something, she makes a mistake and ends up wiping the memories of the entire planet, including her own. But she didn’t lose all of her science and chemistry expertise, and she ends up turning good and becoming a very important person in the medical community for coming up with cures for diseases that were previously incurable. It’s a fascinating episode.
Taika draws Chris’ tattoo first.
Then his own.
And THIS IS WHAT TOM WAS LOOKING AT SO ATTENTIVELY WHILE AFFECTIONATELY TOUCHING CHRIS’ SHOULDER, THE LOKI TATTOO OMFG.
And he finds it quite amusing. <3
Yeap. Tom finds the Loki tattoo quite fascinating. <3