I read an article the other day that said, “if you drink every day you are an alcoholic.” Thank god I only drink every night
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aniphine said: What are your thoughts in the new Wonder Woman costume?
I quite like it.
It’s very different -no more bright colours and stars, fitting in with DC’s habit of draining the colour out of their universe, but I still think it retains the spirit of Wonder Woman. She’s (thankfully) not showing anymore skin than she was in the comics which, while a small thing, gives me hope for how DC’s gonna treat her. I’m also glad they kept her bracelets -it’s a very defining part of her outfit.
I think what’s more than that is that she does look like a warrior in her shot. Ok, so maybe they could’ve given her better armour (and seriously, Battle Stilettos? C’mon, guys…) but she’s standing tall and she looks pissed. Much better than the Widow promotional image from Cap 2 (although her portrayal in the movie was great)
Yes, I feel like DC (and especially Marvel, so ten points for them) is taking the take to develop their female characters more. Whether it’s wide awareness or fearfulness of the feminists, they’re showing some respect to the girls. So I like that WW isn’t all flashing skin beyond her iconic uniform, and her battle skirt… it’s honestly growing on me. I don’t generally like skirts in uniforms, since I feel like it’s condescendingly feminine, but this one feels very “Troy”ish. Like it’s a cultural thing, not a “ah, you’re a girl, so here’s a shirt” thing.
I like the realism coming with the new movies (thank God Superman lost his red underpants), but I feel like a bit more color in her uniform would have been nice. No star spangled panties — that’s silly — but some brighter reds would have set it off nicely. She looks a bit barbarian-ish and less WW-ish, but I’m still really happy with it. Like, I can see some baddies getting their asses kicked by this chick.
The boots… okay, they’re stylish as all get out, but practicability? Did someone trip and drop it out a window? Make them more flat and I’d be happy; even still, they’re really pretty and I don’t think it distracts from the rest of her outfit.
Black Widow is a story of her own. I feel like Marvel is balancing between sex object and actually cool female character. Although I get they have to stay true to the original in a lot of cases; there are faithful fans with expectations! It’d be like giving WW pants – hey now, that’s not her! I’d like it if they’d tone down the cat suit a bit, into something more military (if they can make Nick Fury black and give him a trench coat, they can make her outfit a bit baggier). I thought her and Cap were such a brotp in the last movie; ten points for that!
aniphine said: Have you seen Breaking Bad?
I don’t dislike it, but I haven’t really gotten around to watching it.
Oh man, if you like moral grey areas and heros becoming villains in a really empathetic way, you’d love it! A+ character development!
Fun addition too: the landscape is almost identical to my region. Not my vital region… just my geographical region…
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The Curse of Maleficent, by Nicholas Kole
John Mulaney | The Salt & Pepper Diner
THE BEST JOKE IN EXISTENCE
this is it, my greatest contribution to the internet
Why don’t more people know about the Hercules parody of the SnK OP it’s fantastic
This is a bit different than my usual meta, but the recent parallels in my two favorite shows struck me so much that I had to write about it, specifically the way both have played with the issue of identity. What images do we construct for other people? Can the people closest to you ever truly know who you are, and does it make any difference?
In other words, this is a tale of two phone calls.
[Spoilers ahead for Sherlock S2E3, “The Reichenbach Fall,” and Breaking Bad S5E14, “Ozymandias.”]
At which point the Fandom let out a collective, “Ohhhhh shit.”
WHY DONT MORE PEOPLE LOVE STING RAYS LOOK AT THAT FACE
Because they ganged up on the crocodile hunter and shanked him in cold blood.
one man army
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