"So what’s their story?" asked Ward, nodding at the British couple on the dancefloor."Jemma and Leo Fitzsimmons," Skye told him. "She’s an earl’s daughter, he was the chauffeur. They eloped three years ago and she took a load of family jewels with her. They got new passports and moved over here. Her family haven’t tracked them down yet and they’re doing alright. Coulson picked ‘em up when they were bartending somewhere a couple of years back.""That all?""No, they brew the best moonshine in the city," she handed him a glass with a smirk.
Ahhhh! 20s Au. I get bored of writing I draw, I get bored of drawing i write. I think i might edit this a little at some point
also i just picked up a ref off google
More to come, my dears!
Channel 4 still haven’t released an air date for AoS series 2 in the UK. Someone tell them to get a wiggle on.
HEADCANON: 12-year-old Sirius Black only knows about “time of the month” in affiliation to werewolves because of Remus so when he overhears Marlene McKinnon talking to the other 2nd year girls about her “time of the month” he immediately corners Marlene after and politely asks if she’s a werewolf. This is how Sirius a) gets slapped and b) gets a lesson on the female anatomy.
Of course the first time he stumbles in it’s a total accident, obviously, he was looking for one of their billion conference rooms, but then he sees this little blondie improperly constructing a lego car and really, is he supposed to not intervene? So he skips the meeting and teaches a couple toddlers how to build toy cars like champions. Next time he’s “looking for the conference room” he spots Jeremy totally not using the technique Tony taught him, because apparently kids are not very good listeners, but Tony’s willing—reluctantly, of course—to go back and reteach the lesson a few times until it sticks. So it becomes a Thing, him teaching these kids how to build cars, which evolves into trucks and trains and plane and on and on. He starts buying and bringing new legos—because honestly, this selection is crap and a division of SI, even a childcare one, can do much better—especially the Avengers sets because they adore him by this point, obviously, and the other Avengers too because they’re kids and superheroes are awesome. But it does leave Tony with a little explaining to do when he bumps into Steve one morning, drops his briefcase, and spills legos everywhere
i want the kind of funding that scientists in comic books have. where are you getting this money? do you publish papers or do you just turn people into giant lizards and call it a day? do you have to get that **** peer reviewed? who is paying for your research? can you give me their email address
i have googled ‘evil science grants’ and the results were not satisfying
"yes hello National Science Foundation, I’d like to renew my $3m grant for genetically modifying spiders to give humans superpowers - what’s my broader impact outreach? seriously did you see how many newspapers we sold"
Tiny dragons with colourful scales living in trees and feeding on fruits and flowers’ nectar
Bioluminescent aquatic dragons roaming in the abyss and scaring the hell out of sailors
Fluffy dream dragons capable of feeling when children are having nightmares and materializing into their room to cuddle with them
Giant, old as the universe dragons exploring space, needing nothing but starlight to survive
Sometimes I’m internally like “How is that a trigger?, ” then I realize other people have different life experiences from me, they don’t owe me their story, and I move the fuck on.
- The Doctor wrote LISTEN and forgot
- There was a kid under the blanket
- Orson Pink was going mad from isolation
- The Banging and screeching was causes by cooling pipes and air escaping from the broken air shield
- THERE WAS NEVER ANY CREATURE. IT WAS ALL IN THIER MINDS. The fear in this episode is the fear of not knowing, the fear of not seeing, and the fear of the belief that something is standing right behind you, right under the bed, even when there isn’t.