comic #187: change
comic #187: change
Do it now
Say it now
I’m still alive. For you to love.
Well, there’s the fact of the tongue spending more time further out/ clasped between the teeth. That’s something we often interpret sexually. Esp. if we already find the person somewhat attractive.
Well that is a surprisingly simple and reasonable explanation, isn’t it? Bless you for responding to my rhetorical blather with something useful. ;)
Variety Studio Portraits – Toronto Film Festival [x]
"I tracked (the project), is the lingo I think, which is the only time I’ve really done that for a role. There was just something about (Alan Turing) that immediately struck a chord for me."
Benedict, honey, no. There is something on your face between scruff and a teenager’s first attempt at a beard, and it isn’t working.
lordy but the hair curl game is in full effect though.
oh jesus I’ve been putting off buying my thanksgiving plane ticket because they were so expensive and it hurt my wallet and so now I just looked and they’ve all gone up and HOW CAN I SPEND 700 ON A FUCKING PLANE TICKET *sob*
ALL PHOTOS ARE CURRENTLY PART OF THE SMITHSONIAN CAPTAIN AMERICA EXHIBIT.
1. Cpt. Steve Rogers and Agent Margaret “Peggy” Carter (Italy, November 1943).
2. Members of the Howling Commandos. From left to right: Cpl. Jacques “Frenchie” Dernier, Cpl. Timothy Alyosius “Dum Dum” Dugan, Lt. James Montgomery Falsworth, Sgt. James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes (Poland, February 1944).
3. Cpt. Rogers and Sgt. Barnes return from the HYDRA labor camp (Italy, November 1943).
4. The Howling Commandos. From left to right: Pvt. James Morita, Cpl. Jacques “Frenchie” Dernier, Cpl. Timothy Alyosius “Dum Dum” Dugan, Lt. James Montgomery Falsworth, Sgt. James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes, Pvt. Gabriel “Gabe” Jones (Italy, November 1943).
5. The Howling Commandos (Italy, November 1943).
6. Cpt. Steve Rogers and Sgt. James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes (Italy, November 1943).
i want you to imagine you’re at a dinner party, and for dessert, your host is serving apple pie. now, you’re not really an apple pie sort of person normally — you like it from time to time, but you’re awfully picky about it, and if it’s not done just right, it’s not for you — so you pass on taking some when it gets passed around. but then everyone else starts exclaiming about how delicious this pie is, how crisp it is, how flavorful, how amazing it was in star trek, so you take a piece just to see what all the fuss is about. and sure enough, it’s delicious. it’s so delicious, in fact, that you start asking questions about it, bothering the host for the recipe, paying a lot more attention to what a well-made pie it really is. and then it turns out the pie studied english literature at berekely and sometimes gets photographed reading to small children, that the pie regularly walks around in hilariously failtastic hipster-douche plaid and engages in ~intellectual competitions~ with other pies it knows, and the more you learn, the more the taste of the pie starts to curdle in your mouth. it’s so delicious that it’s TOO delicious, and probably you’re going to have cravings for this pie now whether you want them or not and you don’t, you don’t want those cravings, you don’t even LIKE apple pie. so you try to tell yourself you don’t like it that much really, that it’s not that good, that it’s probably the sort of pie that’s a total dick in real life and not in the endearing way like it comes off in interviews either, but it doesn’t help. it doesn’t make the pie any less fantastic, it doesn’t make you enjoy the pie any less, and you become consumed with your frustration at this fact — how dare this pie come along and make you hunger after it? how DARE this pie be so crisp and flavorful and fantastic in star trek? HOW DARE THIS PIE GO TO MUSIC FESTIVALS WITH A SALT AND PEPPER BEARD?? — until eventually you are standing on a table in front of the whole party, an empty pie dish held over your head, screaming “WHY WOULD ANYONE EVEN MAKE THIS PIE”
and that’s why i hate chris pine.