The Great Unfollow of Twenty Fourteen has apparently opened an enormous door for The Great Me Finally Using The Ignore Feature of Twenty Fourteen.
probably my favorite scene was when natasha and steve are in the car. u kno what i mean. bros being bros! when are they gonna release a marvel movie that’s just 100% bro time, zero percent sad stuff. marvel universe: friends forever. would be here for that.
I think about this ALL THE TIME. I remember the New Avengers annual where it was basically just “OK, Luke and Jessica are getting married and everyone’s moving into Avengers Mansion, let’s just watch them all interact!” And I was like “WHY AREN’T ALL COMIC BOOKS LIKE THIS”
Superhero comic as hang-out sitcom is the only good kind of superhero comic. (So the Giffen-DeMatteis Justice League, basically.)
Just reblogging this cuz I don’t think allofthefeelings follows any of these people but I do think she would have opinions on this.
It’s my dead dad’s birthday and I’m not seeing Billy Joel tonight, so basically tread very carefully with me today.
My therapist doesn’t directly say nice things about me anymore, because every time she does I either roll my eyes or start crying, but recently she was like “A lot of your best friends have been your best friends since you were kids.”
I feel like, before people know if they’re friends with me, they are mostly pretty sure that I won’t be friends with them, and after people know that they’re friends with me, they are pretty sure that I probably always will be, but like, that doesn’t correspond to any change in behavior on my part — it’s just this thing that happens within them and I just kind of wait for it.
I spent like half the day long-distance flirting with a very young British Aquarius in California who literally everyone is in love with, and he now calls me “Cookies,” so that petty bitch shit paid off.
Being allowed to be a petty bitch today is my belated birthday gift to myself.