thestarlightalchemist

thestarlightalchemist:

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what did i just watch

dead

Lmao

dying

OMFG

At first I thought it was guys trying to make pattycake sound like a demonic summoning ritual. Fortunately I kept listening.

THIS IS LITERALLY ONE OF MY FAVORITE VIDEOS OF ALL TIME THO I HAVEN’T SEEN THIS IN YEARS OMG

omg

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Gangsta Avengers AU

Wherein the avengers are a secret vigilante group that eventually find each other and go after criminals the hard way.

Some body write this who isn’t me.

*casually slips these in*

Literally just happened:

"is that an Avengers gangster AUOHMYGOD *screech*"

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Let me just add this….

I’ll just leave this here..

I’m so down for this!!

Can somebody do the thing where they write the thing and then tag me in the thing?

In the climax of Prohibition in the 1920’s, Stark was after two things: power and money. He got together the best criminals he knew of to get their hands dirty for his success. Rogers was the sharp-shooter, picking up guns at a young age and able to shoot anything from anywhere. Barton was the interrogator. If things weren’t going will in the interrogation, he knew just where to place the bullet. Romanov was the secret intel. Regarded by many as just another pretty face, she used that asset to get the dirt on anyone, and was always successful in getting what she wanted. Odin was the gambler with the ace up his sleeve. He never lost a game, and would hunt down anyone that owed him even a penny. Banner was there to cover the tracks. He could make a murder look like an innocent suicide, and knew how to get rid of the evidence. Wilson was the one to make sure no one got in the way of things. If anyone knew too much, Wilson would put a bullet through their head. Laufeyson was in charge of the bootlegged booze. He always over-charged, but no one seemed to care, let alone notice that he would water it down for the customers. If anyone complained, he would stick Barnes on them, and they would be sorry they ever opened their mouths, so long as Barnes didn’t kill you first. With this band of criminals, Stark would surely be the most powerful and wealthy man of the jazz age, and maybe then Potts would agree to be his Moll.

thestarlightalchemist

thestarlightalchemist:

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From [x].

This is why I get pissed off when people complain about Jay still being Hiccup, aside from the fact that hes perfect at it. No one could be Hiccup like Jay could. No one. We are lucky to have an actor who cares as much about this role as he does. Usually the most we get is “Neat I’m in an animated movie!” But Jay understands its more than that to people, and it makes me so happy.

Thats also why when we say “Jay is Hiccup”, we’re not saying it just because of his voice. He is Hiccup. From his gestures to his voice, he literally put so much of himself into this animated character. He’s the one that knows Hiccup best. He’s not just the voice, he’s also a major influence and inspiration for this character and we’re all so thankful.

love love love

I would have killed someone if in the second movie, Jay wasn’t Hiccup. I’m not kidding. He is so perfect at it. And I know a lot of people who are upset because Dreamworks didn’t get someone with a deeper voice to play older Hiccup, but I don’t think that they realize that in the first movie, Hiccup was 15. That was his deeper voice.