the comments on this tiktok… the unity… the commitment to the bit…. women are so sexy
The immediate unspoken agreement to gaslight every man who sees this is truly incredible
That one post that’s like “The line The Devil Went Down to Georgia implies that Georgia is lower than Hell” is so funny. ‘Down’ means further south in southern dialects, such as “I was down in Louisiana” so the implication was actually that Hell is located north of Georgia.
Hell is, of course, located in Michigan so the song makes total grammatical since.
In case anyone thinks OP just hates Michigan, they really do mean Hell is a real place located in Michigan
Yes, it’s so funny because people in the notes were like “Right on, brother! FUCK Michigan!” and I didn’t have the heart to tell them I was talking about the small quaint township of Hell.
So you know how in the show they say that Grisha need to touch their hands before they can use their powers right? And we alwalys see that, especially with the heartrenders.
But you know who never does that and can still use his power? Jesper. The boy who was never formally trained to use his powers.
Now my theory is that Grisha need to do a little ritual or movement to ‘kickstart’ their powers. And all the Grisha who get trained, learn this movement where they touch their hands. So they need to do this, which is why Nina can’t do anything when she is a captive on the ship.
But Jesper taught himself, mostly. So he subconsciously came up with his own ritual, the gun twirling. We see him do that constantly. It is especially visible during his face off with Ivan. Before every shot, he twirls his guns on his fingers.
I have no idea where I am going with this, I just think it’s interesting that they don’t actually have touch their hands, their kickstarter could be whatever.
something about water, how it replenishes as much as it takes life, and how that reflects in percy… thalia and nico and hazel and jason, their powers take from them, it takes their energy and sometimes a huge amount of life, takes it all to protect them. but percy.. water replenishes him. it heals him, it is a part of him, it is his very essence. it is, to put it frankly, his home.
water does not take from its own - it supports it, which is why percy was so easily able to control it in the river lethe, then again in the styx, then again with the cocytus, akhlys’ tears and poison. water bends to its will, it’s master. it literally praises him, worships him. the earth does not worship nico - it takes from him. the air spares no mercy, even when it comes with it’s own child.
it’s just- it’s so obvious how there is saltwater in percy’s blood, how children of the sea are far more fearsome than most. there is a reason why the romans fear the sea, fear Neptune, fear his children. because the others work for their power, but Percy and his brothers, his sisters, his father, they make their powers work for them
literally the only times percy wore himself out with his powers was mt. saint helens and controlling the lethe, which were completely understandable so.
that is where the power imbalance lies in. zeus’ kids wear it like a crown, a heavy weight above them, a reign to horses that are hard to control. hades’ kids wear it like a burden, like a cross. it is as heavy as the earth they control. but poseidon’s kids….. it is water. they are fluid, light, dense where others are not.
i also think that this is why their fatal flaw is loyalty - with water in their essence, i think it was appropriate for this to reflect in their personality and downfall as well. water is loyal to those that are part of it, and that is as much advantage as it is weakness.
Spider-Verse fanfiction idea I’ll never get around to writing:
Teacher: Congratulations, Miles. Your paper on multi-dimensional physics has attracted a TON of interest from our Science Mentorship partners. We’ve found you a really wonderful Science Mentor who’s going to be helping you prepare your Youth Science Innovators presentation this week.
Miles: Oh, wow, my parents are gonna be so proud.
Teacher: So, let me introduce you to Dr. Olivia Octavius. Thank you, doctor, for being part of this mentorship program.
Liv: It’s my pleasure, I’m just happy I can help inspire the science community of tomorrow.
Miles: … D:
- Liv is 100% legitimately invested in being a good Science Mentor. After all, today’s young scientists are tomorrow’s reality-warping coworkers.
- Miles’s paper was an edited version of his research on small, stable inter-dimensional portals, so he can hang out with Gwen/get multiverse help against major threats.
- Sometimes, Miles forgets to be scared or angry at Doc Ock and starts actually learning from her, except she inevitably proposes something super unethical and then unconvincingly adds “…theoretically, of course” and Miles starts planning how to counter whatever doom-bot she’s just come up with as Spider-Man.
- May Parker has been helping Miles with spider-gadgets and general science stuff after school. At some point, she and Liv have an angry shouting match over who gets science-custody of their science-nephew.
- Miles has to figure out how to turn down a very plush internship offer from Octavius at the end of the week. His parents insist he take it, he fails to come up with a good reason not to that doesn’t involve Spider-Man knowledge. His parents have Liv over for dinner, she speaks highly of their son and his bright future. The family loves her.
- When Liv eventually figures out his secret identity, she goes full punch-clock villain and keeps mentoring Miles while fighting Spider-Man’s attempts to stop her Bad Idea Science.
This is the best and also so good I love
Ock: MILES YOU HAVE SCHOOL TOMORROW WHY ARE YOU HERE
Miles: BECAUSE YOU’RE TRYING TO KILL PEOPLE OLIVIA
Someone: “Our primary suspect is Doc Ock.”
Miles: “It’s not Doc Ock.”
Someone: “How do you know?”
Miles: “Because Liv promised to stop causing mayhem on school nights if I agreed not to tell Floyd she’s the one who keeps taking his food out of the company fridge.”
Fire Nation Soldiers vs Toph
[video ID: a tiktok by @/koreanbeef27. it’s titled “Me as a Fire Nation Soldier” and has a person wearing a red shirt lean further into screen, saying, “Hey, Captain,” and smiling.
Captain (also wearing a red shirt, but with a black vest over it): Yes, Lieutenant?
Lieutenant: Just wanted to let you know that I quit the army. *awkwardly smiles and gives a thumbs-up*
Captain, angrily: You don’t get to just quit the army! You swore an oath to your nation and your Firelord, an oath not easily broken.
Lieutenant: *gesturing while he talks* (denial) Uh-uh-uh-uh-uh, see, that was before a blind toddler walked into my office and folded an iron door into an origami crane. You can officially consider me an Earth Kingdom refugee!
Captain, nervously: Is.. is the toddler on its way here?
Lieutenant: *adjusting their new green shirt* Mhmm!
Captain (also newly in a green shirt, opening a door and leaving as they sing): It’s a long, long way to Ba Sing Se! /end ID]
Toph being a metal bender is so funny. Fire Nation uses metal as a counter against Earth Benders specifically because they can’t bend it. But Toph can and so instead of being a powerful obstacle all their metal infrastructure is actually an Aid to Toph.
Combined with Katara who freezes the metal with her water and breaks it off like a popsicle their whole infrastructure was so wrecked that the fire nation had to imprison the two in wood. Which they escaped anyways because Katara used her sweat to cut through the wood..
Like imagine being this super industrialized nation reduced back to using logs because two pre-teen girls weren’t having it.
still trying to wrap my head around the fact that jamie dornan, eddie redmayne, andrew garfield, charlie cox and robert pattinson all lived in a house together. the more i learn about each of these people individually, the more bizarre they become so i am truly terrified of what their combined forces must have been like. what did it smell like there. did robert make his strange pasta concoctions. did they fuck. like they must have right
they just lived like that. i guess
if i were a zookeeper my intrusive thoughts would be wild
brain: slap that penguin. right across his little blubbery tummy. it’ll jiggle.
me: no??? that’s mean???
brain: polar bear, then
brain: the lions just got fed raw meat
brain: steal it and eat it in front of them
rowan i want you to know that this is the best possible reply i could have received
I work with animals and this is true for me. No, I cannot eat sea stars out the touch tank no matter HOW good you think the cronch will be, brain.
sometimes you wonder what was going through the head of the first human to eat something really weird and then you see this post and stop wondering
This 100% was me at the zoo. Don’t touch Melon, he’s mean. Okay, but I have to touch Bob to make him get his stupid emu head out of my shirt, so what if I also touch Melon until he likes it?
Sephiroth is angery because he has one wing and sometimes attacks people? I want to pet him also. Also he won’t get off the rock I have to clean anyway, surely a little pets on the good side will be fine.
Martha and Stewart are assholes that tag-team while the pond is filling? I bet I could CUDDLE THEM.
The female deer will excitedly nuzzle you in the stomach for feeding them. This is fine, because they don’t have antlers. The male deer is locked up while we’re putting out food because he will gouge you to death with his little nubby asymmetrical horns, because he thinks the females are doing it.
The entire monkey enclosure will eat your fingers for a single fruit loop. They also have the smallest arms and can reach through holes they’ve made in the tarp on the gate to their enclosure. Do not hold hands with the monkeys. (2nd gen old man monkey will also pee on the keepers that don’t give him fruit loops. He is a jerk.)
The rehabilitated bear that still sits like she’s on a couch because she did that when she was living in a crack house? Yes, she looks chill. Yes, she looks The Softest. No, do not pet her back through the fence. No, do not go into the corridor and try to offer treats for pets.
Big Mac does not know he will break your ribs, but YOU know he will break your ribs. Do not enter Big Mac’s enclosure no matter how much he chuffs and displays his belly and rubs on the cage and looks sad. Yes, he genuinely wants pets. Yes, Pinkie is deliberately getting pets where he can see it as a sign of dominance even though she’s a housecat and he could eat her in approximately one bite.
The turtle is mean. Period. He is an old man and he does not like you. He does not like the parrot getting fries and he does not like that he is in a kiddie pool to warm up because his enclosure lost power, and he does not like you behind him preparing food for the owls and raptors. Petting him will not help this. He will rock back and forth and mean mug you forever because he is a grumpy old man.
All of the rabbits need more handling on principle. They don’t know you and they are very distressed that you’re taking their poop away. They can learn, a little, kind of. The guinea pig is insane and will not learn. Do not pet the guinea pig.
this post is gathering some highly blessed zoo stories i love it! thank you
as biologist, can confirm
brain: that frog is very small
me: well spotted, brain
brain: put smol frog in mouth
brain: that lynx…looks so fluffy…
me: it does
brain: we should pet it.
me: it’s awake and angry so no.
brain: baaaaby bunny.
brain: baby bunny goes in pocket
me: nooo it doesn’t.
reblogging for my zookeeper friends
happy annoy squidward day
Actually, Annoy Squidward Day is January 15th. Although the calendar doesn’t have the month written on it, if you continue to watch the episode, they’re competing for January’s Employee of the Month.
I’ve been waiting all year to reblog this
People who are like me and don’t know what the new words like glup shittos, here you go:
Glup shittos: a fake name used online to refer to returning characters from the Star Wars extended universe in newer mainstream Star Wars media, which are known and praised by hardcore fans but unknown to the more general audience.
Blorbo: (from my show) is a slang term for a person’s favorite fictional character and is used similarly to terms such as Glup Shitto and Scrimblo Bimblo. Though initially intended as a mocking way to describe Tumblr fandoms, it began seeing more use among fandoms as it became popularized in early 2022.
Blorko: On Dec 18 2021 Twitter user @mrbasil_pesto tweet “My favorite bit of Marvel films is when you sit through nine minutes of credits to watch a five second clip of some guy stepping through a doorway and saying “It’s me, Blorko.”
Scrimblo Bimblo: fictional video game character used in a viral tweet to exaggeratedly describe how angry some Super Smash Bros. Ultimate players get when their favorite characters from nostalgic games aren’t added to the game, particularly when JRPG characters are added in favor of them. The name is also used broadly to refer to frequently requested Smash characters, and as a sort of insult towards people who demand them.
Scrunkly: (Awww The Scrunkly, continued 🥰🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺🥺 Double Tap Now if You’d Scrunkly the When😆) is a nonsense phrase and copypasta featured in a series of image macros, often attached to random images and images of animals that have an indefinable “scrunkly” quality to them. The first example of the meme features a low-res image of a fox and was posted to Instagram in May 2021.
Eeby Deeby refers to an impersonation of robot speak and has since been used in a series of edited comics whose speech bubbles have been edited to have one character say “Your dick cold” and the other say “Eeby Deeby.” Often, the two characters will be situated such that it can look like they’re having sex. The trend started with an edit of a still from a Buck Rogers comic strip of the robot character Twiki before it was adapted to fit multiple images online.
Eeby Deeby elevator meme on Feb. 1, from Tumblr user @theweirdwideweb, uploaded an image of an elevator with the caption, “Where the f*ck is this thing taking me?” The elevator floor on the screen isn’t a number; instead it reads, “eeby deeby,” original the elevator had a UwU face
Horse Plinko refers to a viral animated GIF of a horse falling through a Plinko board as it bounces off pegs. Originating from a demonstration video for a computer science paper,
Throckmorton, also known as John Thomas sign, refers to when the penis points in the direction of unilateral disease, typically of the pelvis or hip. Throckmorton sign is a slang term used humorously by medical students
Cousin Throckmorton, aka Throcky, refers to a fictional character who appeared in a physics textbook word problem. In the problem, “Cousin Throckmorton” is a skateboarder, and the student is tasked with discovering the speed at which he descends a ramp and the force acting on him at the bottom of his descent. Once a Twitter user posted a screenshot of the question, it spread on social media, with people making jokes about Cousin Throckmorton, the skateboarder.
If there any I miss let me know :) also I got all this info from know your meme
Edit: guys (gender neutral) please stop asking for me to add stuff this post is very long, I will make a part 2 if I have too though…..also I’m a dummy and I realized that this post doesn’t need a image description since this post doesn’t have any images lol
I know I’m being an insufferable worldbuilding nerd here, but my basic metric for evaluating media with very inhuman protagonists is “how easily can one offer a complete and coherent account of this media’s plot without ever mentioning the fact that the protagonist is, for example, a talking car?”. The harder it is, the higher it scores.
@hewwbwazew I would LOVE to read this holy shit
Why do you like sharks?
She give high fin. @lilragekitten
He gets tummy rubs
He get nose rub
She do a triple Lutz
This post is blessed
Please don’t touch anyone without their consent. Use your words and if the person says they don’t need help, don’t take offence, carry on with your day. Also note this thread shows that often grabbers get aggressive when asked not to touch a disabled person.
same with grabbing people’s wheelchairs and pushing them? i’ve seen people voicing on horrible experiences like that recently
no matter what your intent, they haven’t given consent
Seriously. Ask first! It’s not hard. 5 words. “Do you need any assistance?”
I will cut an asshole if I see that happen.
I’m sighted,. But I have the terrible (and at first terrifying) experience of going blind on planes. Thank the gods it doesn’t hurt usually. (I’m cleared by doctors, it’s a weird pressure induced thing, but doesn’t affect me diving oddly)
Now I’m used to it, I warn the flight attendants, I have a cane. I just need to sit down once we land for 30 or so minutes until my internal pressure resets itself.
This requires getting off the plane and being parked somewhere to wait it out. I’m usually by the loading desk, or guided to customer service.
I cannot tell you the number of times some person (almost always a man, but occasionally a woman, but they usually ask!) will walk up and just grab me, pulling me gods know where. “I’ll take you to the baggage retrieval”. I don’t know that you are! I can’t see you, I’m in an unfamiliar area, and I don’t know you.
I’m trained to fight, and fight dirty. I scream, I bite, I beat the fuck out of whoever grabbed me. I’ve been lucky that airport personnel are usually nearby and aware of my situation, and act swiftly before either of us do too much damage.
Once I got grabbed on the plane and just shrieked. It was a guy on my row trying to “help”. He got met by security at the gate.
They always defend themselves with “I just wanted to help”.
Grabbing a person and trying to, or succeeding in forcing them from their location is ATTEMPTED KIDNAPPING / KIDNAPPING. and you can be charged if you do it to people with disabilities, even if “just trying to help”. CONSENT WASN’T GIVEN.
Ask and understand if the response is “no thank you”
i’ve been in the middle of a hogwarts house identity crisis for a while now and that means i spend my time overanalysing every trait from every house.
so i developed a theory. this is long.
you know how slytherin is stereotypically seen as the traditionalist house, stuck in their ways and their prejudices? that stereotype actually goes very much against the slytherin values. hear me out.
an important trait of slytherin house is adaptability. they’re constantly changing to match their environment, they’re resourceful and deal well with new situations and ideas, they’re cunning and crafty, they know that if a certain behaviour or way of thinking is no longer useful, it needs to be shed, like a snake shedding its old skin.
slytherins’s faith is more bound to people than to traditions or cultures or ideals. their loyalty is selective. if they need to drop a belief for the sake of their people (and by that i mean the specific inner circle they’re loyal to and protect fiercely, that can mean family, close friends, one s/o or even just themselves), they’ll drop it. slytherin house is the one who does what is necessary, not what they feel is morally or traditionally right.
that trait analysis applys to other houses as well. ravenclaws value open-mindedness and constant search for new knowledge. hufflepuffs value unconditional fairness, kindness and acceptance. you know which house has no trait that goes directly against tradition and stubbornness of beliefs? gryffindor.
i genuinely mean no hate, i love and respect them a whole lot, but you can’t deny that it makes sense that they would be the house that is most stuck in their ways, traditions and prejudices.
gryffindors are loyal to a cause or ideal. they’re prone to a black-and-white thinking, the thought that they need to do exactly what they consider to be the morally right thing, regardless of the consequences. they’re determined and tough, persisting courageously and righteously in the ideal they set their mind to. and they’re not known to change their minds often.
and that is seen all over the harry potter story. the whole narrative is biased according to what harry is conditioned to believe from the very beginning. ron, who comes from a completely gryffindor family, is extremely biased against slytherins and wholeheartedly believes they’re all bad people. be says there is not a single dark wizard that did not come from slytherin house. we as readers, now as not easily influenced 11 years olds, know that that is impossible. all dark wizards can’t have been all from slytherin. in fact, pottermore says hufflepuff is the house with the least dark wizards. that implies there have been some there and way more from the other houses. ron is letting his prejudices speak, and those directly influence harry, who instantly sets in his mind the idea that slytherin=bad guys. and that is the way he keeps seeing things throughout the whole series.
of course, he had his reasons. the main slytherin students he was in contact with at first didn’t exactly prove his ideals wrong, considering harry is as observing as wall and didn’t really pay attention to any children in that house apart from malfoy and his little group made up of children of rich pureblood families. that doesn’t mean all slytherin children were mini death eaters, blood supremacists or rich pretentious idiots. that is just the way harry saw them.
the whole series is seen through the perception of gryffindors. hermione is the most stubborn and square character, who refuses to change her mind and accept new differences if she doesn’t have full hard reason to. take the way she treats luna for example. or how neville (who is my favourite character by the way so really no hate to him) is genuinely scared of luna at first and doesn’t want to sit in the train compartment with her because she seems “crazy” and “weird”. fred and george (who i also love) actually boo an 11 year old child during an opening feast because said kid had been sorted into slytherin.
harry, as good a person as he is, is an extremely biased narrator. remus himself, in one of the last books or movies if i’m not mistaken, outright tells harry that he is being blinded by his prejudices and is not analysing the situation properly. hell, even the gryffindor professors are slightly biased. minerva (bless the iconic queen) actually orders the whole slytherin house to be kept in the dungeons during the battle of hogwarts. whether she did it because she thought they weren’t trustworthy or because she wanted to shelter them from facing their own death eater relatives, it is still proof that she instantly assumed all the slytherins had evil ties in the war.
did i just put more effort into a whole ass essay defending slytherin and throwing gryffindor under the bus than i put in any of my school work? absolutely and i regret nothing. let me get annoyed at people painting slytherins as the prejudiced villains when “self-righteousness and hero complex” gryffindors are right there shaping their whole lives around their simplistic morals. i am allowed this small joy, okay? just don’t hate me for it and disagree if you must. but you shouldn’t. cause i know i’m right.
One absolutely hilarious part of human existence is the repeated incidents of spicy bananas. People who have lived their entire lives up to this point just assuming that a specific fruit or vegetable is supposed to taste bitter, tangy, or spicy, having no fucking idea that all this time, they’ve been allergic to this plant. Because how would they have known? You learn what things taste like by tasting them, nobody’s going to tell you that bananas are supposed to be one of the mildest flavours out there. And people already eat so many things that taste hot, bitter, tangy and tart! Because they like how that kind of thing tastes like!
You can just happily much on a plant, thinking “ah, this angry plant tastes sharp because it hates me. Much like all the other sharp angry plants that people eat because they like the sharp”, and it wouldn’t cross their mind to think that the plant just hates you, specifically.
This is sitting on the shelf of human experiences riiiight next to people who don’t realize they’re colorblind.
My best friend’s husband didn’t realize he was colorblind until after they were married in their mid-twenties and she watched him run a stop sign that was in front of a big bush. He’d lived his entire life not knowing. So when they did some tests and realized “hey, you’re super colorblind,” he got to thinking, it’s X-linked, right? Which means it had to have come from Mom’s side of the family, so he started digging and asked his mom’s dad, and Grampa was like “Well that would explain a lot, I suppose. I kind of thought your grandma was just pulling my leg about the tomatoes.”
Because Grandma had apparently banned him early on from picking the tomatoes in the garden because he was constantly coming in with unripe ones, and he thought she was just being super nitpicky about it. This was a lifelong family joke, that Grandpa couldn’t tell a ripe tomato to save his life, and nobody ever stopped to wonder if maybe he and the grandson who routinely colored the grass red on his drawings might have something going on with their ability to see red and green as distinct colors.
i thought aloe vera gel was SUPPOSED TO burn your skin. like how rubbing alcohol burns when applied to a cut. figured that everyone else was just better at gritting their teeth and bearing the full body aloe sting than i was. i just didn’t feel like the stinging was worth the mild healing properties aloe had.
yeah… turns out it’s NOT supposed to burn and i was just allergic to aloe
My husband comes from a “weird” family. Like, the whole county knows. “He’s a total weirdo. AAAH THAT’S HIS LAST NAME THAT EXPLAINS IT OKAY NO PROBLEM GO FLY FREE DUDE WE LOVE YOU!!” The family’s just a bunch of freaks, like the Addams Family meets the Beverly Hillbillies. I ADORE them.
It was celebrated because they’re so valuable to the local community. This one sells meticulously grown veggies at the farmer’s market, then hisses at you for suggesting they wear soemthing that isn’t tie-dyed. That kid was in kindergarten before she said her first word, and that’s cool because her older sister translated for her NO THANK YOU TEACHER WE DO NOT NEED A DOCTOR THAT IS NORMAL FOR THIS FAMILY GO AWAY. She’s got two quiet kids of her own now and WE STILL DO NOT NEED A DOCTOR GO AWAY. That uncle knows everything there is to know about every car engine ever, and he never wears shoes with laces because he literally never worked out how to tie them (He’s 60). He’s also the top mechanic in his town and makes serious dough that put his super-smart daughter through college, and now she’s an ace veterinarian who pterodactyl screams at acrylic sweaters and keeps everyone’s pets alive. I shit you not, the family matriarch gets excited for tax season every year and begs everyone to bring her their taxes so she can MATH at them. It’s her freaking hobby.
Whatever. They’re in OUR family. It’s totally normal for us. The family’s just full of freaks, that’s all. We encourage our people to go with their strengths and use their skills to make our little corner of the world a nicer place to live in, then teach them how to manage the difficult parts of the world because we all had to learn to do it ourselves. “Because this family’s full of people just as freaky as you. You’re one of us.”
No, most of them don’t go to college. It’s rural Illinois, of course they don’t. Lots of them end up in specialized trades, like electricians or farmers, and they always kick ass at it. They tend towards jobs that require a lot of focus, and attention to detal, and very specific, in-depth knowledge that is almost useless outside of whatever field they’re in. We’re mostly spread between two or three small towns in Illinois, and I do not think these three towns would function without my husband’s family fixing and growing everything they do.
One of our cousins’ kids got diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder a few years ago. His now-ex-wife insisted that something was wrong and that our cousin was a jerk for not caring enough to notice. The family reacted with “He’s fine, it’s normal, we all did that when we were his age… wait… shit… what do you mean it’s genetic?”
It turns out that like 70% of my husband’s side of the family is autistic as fuck. We’re talking about grandmothers. Uncles. Cousins. People are in their 70s just now figuring out why they are how they are.
They’re just so famously weird in our community that they attract the other weird people as partners, and then they have weird little kids, and no one really looks twice. A bunch of the people (including me) who married in were informally adopted first. “Oh, your parents punished you for this behavior? We all do that here. Come to the barbecue!” Two years later, I had their last name and was helping watch their adorable little handflappy babies.
We’ve got an entire gene pool over here of autistic people thriving so well that no one noticed we were all autistic.
Also, that cousin got RID of his wife when she started talking about how “tragic” their son’s autism is. Their son is a perfectly normal child in our family and will be raised as such. We joke now that when something needs fixed, “Oh, just call Uncle So-and-So, he’ll autism at it.”’
I fucking love this family so much.
I would KILL to be in that family
The Quizard (Quilt Wizard):
About 5 random quilts stacked on top of each other and made sentient via Wizard Hat like a dusty, feral Frosty the Snowman. Has been known to steal hearts, set fires and peddle kitchenware.
Edna Mode has all the vibes of a villain but is actually good and that is why she is one of the greatest characters in any super hero movie.
“So you don’t know where he is… Would you like to find out?” The timing, the delivery, the undercurrent of smugness that she was right all along. The temptation. And that isn’t even her only great villain line!
“You know I’m retired from hero work.”
“As am I Robert, and yet here we are.”
Edna’s a hero with villain vibes and Syndrome’s a villain with hero vibes