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My name is Ste and this is the tumblog of a 26 year old geek. How rare!



I'll be dumping stuff about the various shows, games and comedy I enjoy in here. I've also taken to giffing recently, so anything I make will pop up here as well!
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siffy:

I have this headcanon where Steve’s son is born with his original health maladies and wants to grow up to be just like his dad - and Steve is confronted with all these feelings of inadequacy as a father because he realizes his son can’t grow up to be like him. But no kid will probably ever be better protected from bullies, considering who all his uncles are. It’s probably just a matter of time before Uncle Tony builds him some really sweet replacement braces (“Should they have spinning rims? I feel like they should have spinning rims.”)

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theumbrellaseller:

brilcrist:

Steve (and Bucky) in Pacific Rim AU as i promised~
Please dont ask me about the timeline’s functions in here~ i have no plots, storyline n whatsoever, just wanna have some funXD. n had joke with my friends yesterday, they Jaeger would be named: American DreamsXD

All my art series based on My MarvelxPacific Rim Crossover verse, can be found in: kaijuBuster-verse!tag

okay sorry but this idea wouldn’t go away:

Steve Rogers and James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes are the golden boys of the Anchorage Shatterdome, with a 100% kill rate and the strongest Drift compatibility this side of the Rim— until Bucky is ripped out of their Jaeger by an unexpectedly vicious Category 4. All that’s left of him is an arm swinging in his empty harness and a ghost that lingers in the Drift. He is presumed killed in action. It takes a long time for Steve to let him go.

FAST FORWARD SEVERAL YEARS. The Kaiju are beaten back and the Breach is long closed, but the world is still not at peace. The Kaiju cults that sprang up during the years of the invasion have only grown in number, become more organised, more vocal, calling for the Breach to be re-opened so that the “holy work” of the Kaiju can be completed and the Earth can finally embrace its own destruction. Jaeger have been re-purposed as ‘enforcers of global peace’ by the newly militarized PPDC, used as weapons or pre-emptive strike forces against anything perceived as a threat. This is not what Steve signed up for, and despite the protests of his co-pilots (Natasha Romanoff and Sam Wilson) he’s considering leaving the PPDC for good. But when a de-commissioned Jaeger from the old Vladivostok Shatterdome (callsign: Winter Soldier) begins taking down PPDC bases and even other Jaeger, Steve begins to suspect that the Kaiju cults have found an unlikely weapon in their mission to re-open the Breach. And what’s more — he thinks he recognises Winter Soldier’s pilot.

(via casecous)

mechinaries:

i imagine both steve and bucky like to come up with different ways to poke fun at sam every time they pass him during jogging

because they are shitheads

(the first one is a print you can get here)

(via casecous)

postponing-the-apocalypse:

krudman:

the-average-gatsby:

thanks joffrey

What a great message. I wish all characters were this nice. Does anyone know what this is from?

(via sunspotery)

  • men get into something not aimed at their gender: get special titles like "brony." recognition by creators. heralded for defying gender appeal. get documentary.
  • women get into something not aimed at their gender: not real fans. probably secret friend zone warriors deadset on erasing men from the human race. get insulting demeaning memes and sexual harassment.

violinvirtuoso:

I’ve recently decided to freeze myself to -273℃. My friends think I’ll die, but I’ll be 0K.

(via casecous)

  • my sister: oh my god
  • me: what?
  • my sister: i just realized something
  • me: ?
  • my sister: gaston is a nice guy.
  • me: ...? um, no, sorry, he's an asshole.
  • my sister: no, no, no, gaston is a 'nice guy'. think about it. he spends the whole beginning of the movie trying to be friendly to belle. everyone else in that town thinks she's a bookish freak with a crazy man for a father, but gaston like, talks to her and sort of tries to take an interest in her activities and compliments her and stuff with the complete 100% expectation that she's going to pay him back by being in a relationship with him. he tunes out what she actually says because he doesn't really think of her as a person, just a pretty trophy who should react to him the right way if he does the right things.
  • me: huh
  • my sister: and then when she hooks up with someone else, he gets all angry and shouty and insists that this other guy is a monster and she's lost her damn mind because she was supposed to fall for HIM, not someone else, and then he goes and stirs up the townsfolk into an angry mob and turns the whole thing into a witch hunt over his wounded pride.
  • me: O_O
  • my sister: gaston is a nice guy.

immox:

I will always reblog this whenever it appears in my dashboard.

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saucefactory:

zealouscorgi:

i forgot what i was doing

saw a gif of this but i can’t remember where i saw it fff if anyone knows, please tell me!

ahahAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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olenna-redwyne:

Sad Cat Diaries (x)

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dynastylnoire:

note-a-bear:

glossylalia:

Did you know the sun rose in the east and will set in the west? Or that water is wet? Or that little shits will be little shits even if you give them millions of dollars to make a movie? This person is also vv upset that Benetton and Star Trek had the sheer gaul to cast people of color in their respective media. 

I cannot even begin to fathom the wrongness of this

From the beginning, we were concerned about casting, the issue of race. What we realized is that this story is functioning at the level of myth, and as a mythical story, the race of the individuals doesn’t matter. They’re supposed to be stand-ins for all people. Either you end up with a Bennetton ad or the crew of the Starship Enterprise. You either try to put everything in there, which just calls attention to it, or you just say, ‘Let’s make that not a factor, because we’re trying to deal with everyman.’ Looking at this story through that kind of lens is the same as saying, ‘Would the ark float and is it big enough to get all the species in there?’ That’s irrelevant to the questions because the questions are operating on a different plane than that; they’re operating on the mythical plane.” - From the Complex article. 


Colorblindness always seems to equate not having anyone of color involved in casting. Therefore race does matter. It matters enough to exclude anyone that isn’t white.

They’re supposed to be stand-ins for all people.

White people can’t be a stand-in for other races, it reeks of erasure.

Also, if they were going to eliminate the aspect of race by sticking to one ethnicity, surely they should have gone middle eastern? Funny how bible adaptations always star white folk.

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tfios-moviee:

"Hazel Grace, they don’t actually hurt you unless you light them."

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tommisonssecondarywig:

tolkienteacher:

rubitrightintomyeyes:

I enjoyed the new Captain America movie quite a bit. But I knew its soundtrack was missing something.

LOL!

THIS IS QUITE POSSIBLY THE BEST VIDEO I HAVE SEEN IN MY LIFE.

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Asker Anonymous Asks:
Hello! What is that (i don't know if it's a literary device or not) thing of writing where you deny something by over explaining it? It is used a lot in the podcast 'Welcome to Nightvale'. Like if you say 'there is nothing there. There is definitely not a green bottle that i stole from my mother when she was out of the house.' Or something like that.
darkabysskeeper darkabysskeeper Said:

thewritingcafe:

It can be considered sarcasm or reverse psychology in some situations, but if there is a name for this, I can’t figure out what it is.

I believe that trope is called the ‘Suspiciously Specific Denial’. Or at least, very closely related to it.