"Nine months out of the year, we’re stuck with each other literally 24/7 a week…we’re constantly together. And even when we’re not actually working together….we always find ourselves choosing to hang out and be together."
SPN REWATCH: Tall Tales (2.15)
"Yeah, they probed me. Again and a— Again and — And again… And again and again and again… And then one more time."
these people that I ride with are the same ones that I die with
my dad is a senior software engineer at Google
this is his work laptop
he takes it to company meetings
I’ve been told he has received many compliments
did you read the post
idk i guess i should work on backgrounds more„,
Captain America: The Winter Solider credits’ cast
basically, this is all valtyr’s idea therefore her fault. aLL HER FAULT
backstory provided by val:
- this is set in the ults verse.
- tony finds out about a secret weapon greg and fury has hidden away in a secret government facility and goes to investigate
- finds out they’re mini supersoldiers, all under 5-6 years old, based directly from steve and decides that he wants all and greg will have none. he takes all 12 back home
- steve eavesdrops on greg and fury about a missing ‘weapon’ tony stole and goes to visit tony at 2am by slamming him against the wall ooh la la
- by the time steve finds out about this the kids are very attached to tony because he’s nicer than the facility and gives them anything they want - (“here is my credit card”)
- showdown between greg and fury, and tony and steve. steve decides that pros outweigh the cons if he coparents the kids with tony and sticks by tony’s decision to not give up the kids at all ever
- CUE DISNEYWORLD ADVENTURES ETC
- basically it’s just an excuse to have ults steve with babies
- also, they find out that 6 of those ministeves are actually ministephanies with unfortunate standardized military haircuts during bathtime. feel free to guess who’s a girl and who’s a boy! huu huu
- eta: added mickey mouse ears
"Northwest artist Christopher Boffoli combines miniature, hand-painted figurines from Germany with staged arrangements of food and beverages to create clever photographic vignettes. Inspired by an unusual combination of magazine food photography and the 18th century fable “Gulliver’s Travels,” Boffoli explores how inverting the proportions of people and their surroundings create unexpected points of interest. These creative scenes evoke an uncanny, albeit theatrically portrayed, likeness to the world at large. Boffoli also uses language to enhance the photographic narratives by selecting tongue-in-cheek titles that draw on old adages, colloquial sayings and witty repartees, adding another level of interest to the work"