grimdarksweetheart:

I didn’t grow up reading comic books. I didn’t have too much interest in them. It’s been kinda coincidental that I’ve made so many comic book films.

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markoruffalo:

people who think steve rogers is a boring character probably didn’t watch the same movies

gamagori-senpai-noticed-me:

flyawaymax:

porrim-some-sugar-on-me:

usbdongle:

significantmelancholy:

nevver:

Where you feel it

bringing this back because important 

#the cold crotch of contempt

"I hate that guy so much he makes my dick cold"

but what is spiderman so ashamed of

Indirectly killing his uncle.

gamagori-senpai-noticed-me:

flyawaymax:

porrim-some-sugar-on-me:

usbdongle:

significantmelancholy:

nevver:

Where you feel it

bringing this back because important 

"I hate that guy so much he makes my dick cold"

but what is spiderman so ashamed of

Indirectly killing his uncle.

thegoodlannister:

so tonight I was watching the season one episode ‘detox’ in my super erratic re-watch of house.

and wow at the end, when wilson is talking to house about his addiction, the way his voice breaks, the anger there, the desperation - it just really drives home how helpless wilson feels as he watches his best friend, the person he cares about most in the world, the only constant he’s known for two decades, destroy himself.

like, wilson remembers house pre-addiction (pre-infarcation), has been there through all of it, through the worst of house’s suffering. he’s taken house’s curses and abuses in stride. has stayed when house told him to leave. when house has successfully convinced every other person in his life - including stacy- to get the hell out.

I just remember that, back in the day, a lot of people hated on wilson for his actions in that episode - and I’m not saying that his tricking house into detoxing was the right thing to do, because it wasn’t, not at all. but wilson misses house, as house used to be, the person whose company he treasured for 20 years before it all came crashing down around them.

and he’s scared, scared that’s he’s eventually going to lose his friend to this addiction. that there will come a day that he can’t ride it out anymore, can’t be what house needs (because whatever wilson offers, it isn’t enough, it can’t change what happened to house). that one day, house will succeed in driving him away as well. (and, of course, in wilson’s mind, that would be his own fault too, just another failing.)

I swear to god, I just get so frustrated when people use this episode - or any other - as evidence that wilson doesn’t love house the way house loves wilson. because sticking by an addict is damn hard and of course wilson trying to “fix” house is wrong and is going to end badly for both of them, but what can we really ask of him? wilson is in a scary, frustrating, helpless place, and there’s no one with whom he can talk about this - because the person he would normally go to with something like that?

well, that’s house.

this makes me wanna rewatch so badly - wish i had the tiiime ;~;

ampharos:

To get Full Sync in any Assassin’s Creed mission you basically have to

  • Not get injured
  • Not die
  • Not be seen
  • Prepare a virgin sacrifice in your living room
  • Climb a mountain
  • Win the Lottery
  • Kill the target
  • Twerk around his corpse 

Sorry, but you’re not going to become Fire Lord today.

spodiddly:

repimg:

Chris Pine #39

#this must be his city hooker look (via)

as opposed to the desert hooker shots….?

spodiddly:

repimg:

Chris Pine #39

 (via)

as opposed to the desert hooker shots….?

zakuro-san:

Based on this post

satinhands:

"No but imagine the school jock and the nerd he beats up every day finally run into each other in the locker room or at a pool or something and their chest start glowing and they both look at each other and just go "Oh fuck no.”

this was really fun to draw LOL