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jeanpaulfarte:

in stories featuring aliens, they’re always like “on my planet this never happens!” or “in my culture, this differs from your human culture.” and that’s neat and all because i like worldbuilding and all that jazz but wouldn’t it be fun if they just. couldn’t do that?

i want a story where humans encounter an alien who frustrates them because they don’t know enough to tell them anything concrete

like humans will ask “tell us about politics in your planet!” and the alien’s all “uh… hold on it’s been a while since i took gov. um….”

"what sorts of plants grow on your planet?"

"i dunno i grew up in the suburbs. they’re like… purple? idk what you want me to say"

"tell us about the culture on your planet!"

"do you have any idea how many fucking countries are back home, i don’t even know where to begin"

"your planet is obviously much more scientifically and technologically advanced than ours. is it possible for you to enlighten us on certain matters concerning space travel, or would that be a form of interference you must avoid?"

"naw it’s cool, it’s just that, um, i’m a philosophy major"

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In every school, all over the world, in every class, there was always that person that was better than everyone else. You can hold on to the fact that, yeah they were Mr. Perfect in school, and everyone resented them, and they were so great, but in later life Mr. Perfect will have  made his mistakes. he will have screwed things up.
And now, with facebook, you can find the bastards.

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legete asked: steve/sam - steve is temporarily replaced by a version of himself from before the war

helens78:

kehinki:

If there’s any consolation in having to temporarily babysit New Steve (who is really Old Steve), it’s that he’s much easier to carry around; it’s like flying with a stack of pillows.

And that point was in addition to the way Steve looks at him, eyes too wide and too big on his face, gaze flicking between the wings and Sam over and over. 

"Flying’s a hell of a thing," Steve tells him, breathless. His skinny arms wrap tighter around his neck and his eyes aren’t even on the clouds or the city below anymore—they’re on Sam, and—

And Sam laughs because he knows that look, and isn’t that something, to have Steve Rogers fall in love with you twice over. 

oh my God OH MY GOD

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rlylu:

Formative.

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Lee Pace as the Red Bandit - The Fall (2006) #女神.
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gaysquib:

Danny Pudi as Cecil Baldwin

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almost-relevant:

David Mitchell is my spirit animal

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Important intelligence analysis

melannen:

Headcanon: Abed only got his job at SHIELD as a spousal benefit when they recruited Troy for their gadgets division

Evidence, incontrovertible: When everything else in Fury’s car was broken, what was still 100% operational? THE AIR CONDITIONING.

Bunny, related: Abed meets Sam while visiting Troy in the hospital and explains to him, scene by scene, why he is definitely the lead in a romcom, not the sidekick in an action movie.

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Jo Brand on the topic of common words as surnames

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ashlynharrris:

nobody hates glee more than people who have sincerely loved glee at some point in their lives