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Target, Tumblr, and Blog: sonderscurse: simonalkenmayer: dreams-in-metaphors: Nature spirit. How very rare! Fascinating. Serene.
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simonalkenmayer:

dreams-in-metaphors:
Nature spirit. 
How very rare!


Fascinating. Serene.

sonderscurse: simonalkenmayer: dreams-in-metaphors: Nature spirit. How very rare! Fascinating. Serene.

Apple, Ass, and Bitch: Apple AirPods cost $159, but they can't pay taxes or decent wages to their Chinese factory workers! you SAID ON AN iPHONE.GOTCHA HEH *POST* CARS SHOULD HAVE SEAT BELTS! YET YOU BOUGHT ONE. HyPOCRITE MUCH? OWNED. WE SHOULD YET YOu SOCIETY . CURIOUS! I AM VERY IMPROVE SOCIETYPARTICIPATE IN SOMEWHAT. INTELLIGENT BORS celticpyro: thespectacularspider-girl: mattbors: edgeworth-for-the-truth: sindri42: captainkupo: mattbors: “Mr. Gotcha” on The Nib theres literally better alternatives to fucking buying an iphone dipshit your comic sucks dick There’s this weird disconnect in so many apple users where they hate Apple but they cannot conceive of anybody except Apple producing a viable smartphone or computer. You can get a machine that matches or exceeds every single aspect of any apple product for half the price, easily, but they need to get the one with an apple logo on it and then complain about apple. It’s like complaining that your car lacks a seatbelt when every other car on the road already has a seatbelt and you specifically paid extra to get your own seatbelt removed because you didn’t like the color. If you buy from Apple and complain about their business practices, you deserve to be made fun of and especially be called a boot licker. I am not sorry at all. You could have chosen from anyone else but you deliberately chose the most expensive and bullshit company to buy from, you pompous piece of human garbage. Stop virtue signally and maybe actually consider try helping those factory workers instead of enabling them. Shit head People really think this comic was some sort of pro-Apple comic and missed the point entirely. They’re real mad tho. And yet your stupid ass doesn’t get the underlying statements about Apple still apply to your smug comic. You don’t get to bitch about, say, capitalism when you engage in the excesses of capitalism.  To mix the two metaphors, if you bitch about capitalism from an iPhone, congrats, you just proved you’re a hypocrite because you COULD have bought a phone made with more ethical means or that didn’t have the associated brand on it, but you did.   Because you don’t really give a shit about making the changes yourself, you just want to virtue signal and have no actual principles. That’s why people bring up this kind of double-think, yet you felt the need to portray this valid criticism as a strawman so you can look intelligent. Seriously though! That’s why I hate this comic.The “cars should have seat belts” one is also dumb because guess what? The guy who conceptualized seat belts got them normalized in cars. The serf working under a feudalist system? Has absolutely no power to change it. In fact, they’re the one being exploited here, more comparable to the factory worker who built your iPhone than the upper-middle class person complaining about it. There’s a difference between recognizing a system is messed up while you have no control over the matter (as you’re the one personally being exploited), looking at a problem and deciding to change said problem, and doing absolutely nothing about the problem while participating in someone else being exploited when you can, in fact, choose not to be a partaker. No, not wanting to do something mildly inconvenient isn’t “the illusion of choice”. Fuck you and your shitty comic.
Apple, Ass, and Bitch: Apple AirPods cost $159, but they
 can't pay taxes or decent wages
 to their Chinese factory workers!
 you SAID
 ON AN iPHONE.GOTCHA
 HEH
 *POST*
 CARS SHOULD
 HAVE SEAT
 BELTS!
 YET YOU BOUGHT
 ONE. HyPOCRITE
 MUCH? OWNED.
 WE SHOULD
 YET YOu
 SOCIETY . CURIOUS!
 I AM VERY
 IMPROVE SOCIETYPARTICIPATE IN
 SOMEWHAT.
 INTELLIGENT
 BORS
celticpyro:

thespectacularspider-girl:
mattbors:

edgeworth-for-the-truth:

sindri42:

captainkupo:

mattbors:
“Mr. Gotcha” on The Nib

theres literally better alternatives to fucking buying an iphone dipshit your comic sucks dick

There’s this weird disconnect in so many apple users where they hate Apple but they cannot conceive of anybody except Apple producing a viable smartphone or computer. You can get a machine that matches or exceeds every single aspect of any apple product for half the price, easily, but they need to get the one with an apple logo on it and then complain about apple.
It’s like complaining that your car lacks a seatbelt when every other car on the road already has a seatbelt and you specifically paid extra to get your own seatbelt removed because you didn’t like the color.


If you buy from Apple and complain about their business practices, you deserve to be made fun of and especially be called a boot licker.
I am not sorry at all. You could have chosen from anyone else but you deliberately chose the most expensive and bullshit company to buy from, you pompous piece of human garbage. Stop virtue signally and maybe actually consider try helping those factory workers instead of enabling them.
Shit head

People really think this comic was some sort of pro-Apple comic and missed the point entirely. They’re real mad tho.

And yet your stupid ass doesn’t get the underlying statements about Apple still apply to your smug comic.
You don’t get to bitch about, say, capitalism when you engage in the excesses of capitalism.  To mix the two metaphors, if you bitch about capitalism from an iPhone, congrats, you just proved you’re a hypocrite because you COULD have bought a phone made with more ethical means or that didn’t have the associated brand on it, but you did.  
Because you don’t really give a shit about making the changes yourself, you just want to virtue signal and have no actual principles. That’s why people bring up this kind of double-think, yet you felt the need to portray this valid criticism as a strawman so you can look intelligent.

Seriously though! That’s why I hate this comic.The “cars should have seat belts” one is also dumb because guess what? The guy who conceptualized seat belts got them normalized in cars. The serf working under a feudalist system? Has absolutely no power to change it. In fact, they’re the one being exploited here, more comparable to the factory worker who built your iPhone than the upper-middle class person complaining about it. There’s a difference between recognizing a system is messed up while you have no control over the matter (as you’re the one personally being exploited), looking at a problem and deciding to change said problem, and doing absolutely nothing about the problem while participating in someone else being exploited when you can, in fact, choose not to be a partaker. No, not wanting to do something mildly inconvenient isn’t “the illusion of choice”. Fuck you and your shitty comic.

celticpyro: thespectacularspider-girl: mattbors: edgeworth-for-the-truth: sindri42: captainkupo: mattbors: “Mr. Gotcha” on The Nib the...

Tumblr, Blog, and Nature: sonderscurse: simonalkenmayer: dreams-in-metaphors: Nature spirit. How very rare! Fascinating. Serene.
Tumblr, Blog, and Nature: sonderscurse:
simonalkenmayer:

dreams-in-metaphors:
Nature spirit. 
How very rare!


Fascinating. Serene.

sonderscurse: simonalkenmayer: dreams-in-metaphors: Nature spirit. How very rare! Fascinating. Serene.

Target, Tumblr, and Blog: sonderscurse: simonalkenmayer: dreams-in-metaphors: Nature spirit. How very rare! Fascinating. Serene.
Target, Tumblr, and Blog: sonderscurse:

simonalkenmayer:

dreams-in-metaphors:
Nature spirit. 
How very rare!


Fascinating. Serene.

sonderscurse: simonalkenmayer: dreams-in-metaphors: Nature spirit. How very rare! Fascinating. Serene.

America, Charlie, and News: Charlie Griffith Thursday at 9:28 AM So Captain America's shield, perhaps the greatest symbol he has, is made from stolen Wakandan vibrainium. I don't know of many better metaphors in the world. Like Comment Share O You, Ashante Lucombe and 713 others theamazingsallyhogan: 17mul: mighty-mouth: Colonizers gone colonize. 😂😂 @lmsig In December of 1940, America still hadn’t entered the war. There were a lot of Americans - such as the 800,000 paying members of the America First Committee - who looked at fascists massacring their way through Europe and declared “that’s not our problem.” Captain America was created by two poor Jewish Americans, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, with the specific intent of trying to convince Americans that entering the war was the right thing to do.  It wasn’t easy - Kirby went far beyond what was expected of artists at the time, penciling the entire issue with a deadline that would have been difficult for a two-man crew to pull off.   Captain America punched Hitler right on the cover, at a time when a majority of Americans just didn’t feel like doing anything decisive against the Nazis. Kirby and Simon faced considerable resistance for their creation, including steady hate mail and outright death threats.   Once, while Jack was in the Timely office, a call came from someone in the lobby. When Kirby answered, the caller threatened Jack with bodily harm if he showed his face. Kirby told the caller he would be right down, but by the time Jack reached street level, there was no one to be found. Both creators enlisted after America entered the war.  Kirby, as an artist, was called upon to do the extremely dangerous work of scouting ahead to draw maps.  He also went on to co-create Black Panther in 1966. They didn’t create Captain America to be an accurate depiction of America-As-It-Is.  The character was meant to inspire and embolden, to show America-As-It-Should-Be. The subject of where the Vibranium for the shield came from actually never came up for decades of comics, until it was finally addressed by Black Panther’s writer, Christopher Priest, in 2001.  Priest never shied away from acknowledging America’s racism, but he also understood that Captain America represented an ideal, intended to inspire Americans to be better.  The story mixed together a “present day” discussion between Cap and T’Challa with flashbacks to when Cap met the Black Panther ruling Wakanda during World War II. FLASHBACK: PRESENT: PRESENT - FLASHBACK PRESENT: The Vibranium was given, freely, by one good man to another good man. It is right to rage against the injustices done by our governments.  We must call them out, and we must fight for what’s right. But if you can’t even stand to see the symbols created to inspire people to be better, and rail against those, then you’re just confusing cynicism for realism.
America, Charlie, and News: Charlie Griffith
 Thursday at 9:28 AM
 So Captain America's shield, perhaps the greatest
 symbol he has, is made from stolen Wakandan
 vibrainium.
 I don't know of many better metaphors in the world.
 Like Comment
 Share
 O
 You, Ashante Lucombe and 713 others
theamazingsallyhogan:
17mul:

mighty-mouth:

Colonizers gone colonize. 😂😂

@lmsig 

In December of 1940, America still hadn’t entered the war.
There were a lot of Americans - such as the 800,000 paying members of the America First Committee - who looked at fascists massacring their way through Europe and declared “that’s not our problem.”
Captain America was created by two poor Jewish Americans, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, with the specific intent of trying to convince Americans that entering the war was the right thing to do.  It wasn’t easy - Kirby went far beyond what was expected of artists at the time, penciling the entire issue with a deadline that would have been difficult for a two-man crew to pull off.  
Captain America punched Hitler right on the cover, at a time when a majority of Americans just didn’t feel like doing anything decisive against the Nazis.
Kirby and Simon faced considerable resistance for their creation, including steady hate mail and outright death threats.  


Once, while Jack was in the Timely office, a call came from someone in the lobby. When Kirby answered, the caller threatened Jack with bodily harm if he showed his face. Kirby told the caller he would be right down, but by the time Jack reached street level, there was no one to be found.




Both creators enlisted after America entered the war.  Kirby, as an artist, was called upon to do the extremely dangerous work of scouting ahead to draw maps.  He also went on to co-create Black Panther in 1966.


They didn’t create Captain America to be an accurate depiction of America-As-It-Is.  The character was meant to inspire and embolden, to show America-As-It-Should-Be.

The subject of where the Vibranium for the shield came from actually never came up for decades of comics, until it was finally addressed by Black Panther’s writer, Christopher Priest, in 2001.  Priest never shied away from acknowledging America’s racism, but he also understood that Captain America represented an ideal, intended to inspire Americans to be better. 
The story mixed together a “present day” discussion between Cap and T’Challa with flashbacks to when Cap met the Black Panther ruling Wakanda during World War II.
FLASHBACK:
PRESENT:
PRESENT - FLASHBACK
PRESENT:
The Vibranium was given, freely, by one good man to another good man.
It is right to rage against the injustices done by our governments.  We must call them out, and we must fight for what’s right.
But if you can’t even stand to see the symbols created to inspire people to be better, and rail against those, then you’re just confusing cynicism for realism.

theamazingsallyhogan: 17mul: mighty-mouth: Colonizers gone colonize. 😂😂 @lmsig In December of 1940, America still hadn’t entered the wa...

Tumblr, Blog, and Nature: simonalkenmayer: dreams-in-metaphors: Nature spirit. How very rare!
Tumblr, Blog, and Nature: simonalkenmayer:

dreams-in-metaphors:
Nature spirit. 
How very rare!

simonalkenmayer: dreams-in-metaphors: Nature spirit. How very rare!

America, Charlie, and News: Charlie Griffith Thursday at 9:28 AM So Captain America's shield, perhaps the greatest symbol he has, is made from stolen Wakandan vibrainium. I don't know of many better metaphors in the world. Like Comment Share O You, Ashante Lucombe and 713 others theamazingsallyhogan: 17mul: mighty-mouth: Colonizers gone colonize. 😂😂 @lmsig In December of 1940, America still hadn’t entered the war. There were a lot of Americans - such as the 800,000 paying members of the America First Committee - who looked at fascists massacring their way through Europe and declared “that’s not our problem.” Captain America was created by two poor Jewish Americans, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, with the specific intent of trying to convince Americans that entering the war was the right thing to do.  It wasn’t easy - Kirby went far beyond what was expected of artists at the time, penciling the entire issue with a deadline that would have been difficult for a two-man crew to pull off.   Captain America punched Hitler right on the cover, at a time when a majority of Americans just didn’t feel like doing anything decisive against the Nazis. Kirby and Simon faced considerable resistance for their creation, including steady hate mail and outright death threats.   Once, while Jack was in the Timely office, a call came from someone in the lobby. When Kirby answered, the caller threatened Jack with bodily harm if he showed his face. Kirby told the caller he would be right down, but by the time Jack reached street level, there was no one to be found. Both creators enlisted after America entered the war.  Kirby, as an artist, was called upon to do the extremely dangerous work of scouting ahead to draw maps.  He also went on to co-create Black Panther in 1966. They didn’t create Captain America to be an accurate depiction of America-As-It-Is.  The character was meant to inspire and embolden, to show America-As-It-Should-Be. The subject of where the Vibranium for the shield came from actually never came up for decades of comics, until it was finally addressed by Black Panther’s writer, Christopher Priest, in 2001.  Priest never shied away from acknowledging America’s racism, but he also understood that Captain America represented an ideal, intended to inspire Americans to be better.  The story mixed together a “present day” discussion between Cap and T’Challa with flashbacks to when Cap met the Black Panther ruling Wakanda during World War II. FLASHBACK: PRESENT: PRESENT - FLASHBACK PRESENT: The Vibranium was given, freely, by one good man to another good man. It is right to rage against the injustices done by our governments.  We must call them out, and we must fight for what’s right. But if you can’t even stand to see the symbols created to inspire people to be better, and rail against those, then you’re just confusing cynicism for realism.
America, Charlie, and News: Charlie Griffith
 Thursday at 9:28 AM
 So Captain America's shield, perhaps the greatest
 symbol he has, is made from stolen Wakandan
 vibrainium.
 I don't know of many better metaphors in the world.
 Like Comment
 Share
 O
 You, Ashante Lucombe and 713 others
theamazingsallyhogan:

17mul:

mighty-mouth:

Colonizers gone colonize. 😂😂

@lmsig 

In December of 1940, America still hadn’t entered the war.
There were a lot of Americans - such as the 800,000 paying members of the America First Committee - who looked at fascists massacring their way through Europe and declared “that’s not our problem.”
Captain America was created by two poor Jewish Americans, Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, with the specific intent of trying to convince Americans that entering the war was the right thing to do.  It wasn’t easy - Kirby went far beyond what was expected of artists at the time, penciling the entire issue with a deadline that would have been difficult for a two-man crew to pull off.  
Captain America punched Hitler right on the cover, at a time when a majority of Americans just didn’t feel like doing anything decisive against the Nazis.
Kirby and Simon faced considerable resistance for their creation, including steady hate mail and outright death threats.  


Once, while Jack was in the Timely office, a call came from someone in the lobby. When Kirby answered, the caller threatened Jack with bodily harm if he showed his face. Kirby told the caller he would be right down, but by the time Jack reached street level, there was no one to be found.




Both creators enlisted after America entered the war.  Kirby, as an artist, was called upon to do the extremely dangerous work of scouting ahead to draw maps.  He also went on to co-create Black Panther in 1966.


They didn’t create Captain America to be an accurate depiction of America-As-It-Is.  The character was meant to inspire and embolden, to show America-As-It-Should-Be.

The subject of where the Vibranium for the shield came from actually never came up for decades of comics, until it was finally addressed by Black Panther’s writer, Christopher Priest, in 2001.  Priest never shied away from acknowledging America’s racism, but he also understood that Captain America represented an ideal, intended to inspire Americans to be better. 
The story mixed together a “present day” discussion between Cap and T’Challa with flashbacks to when Cap met the Black Panther ruling Wakanda during World War II.
FLASHBACK:
PRESENT:
PRESENT - FLASHBACK
PRESENT:
The Vibranium was given, freely, by one good man to another good man.
It is right to rage against the injustices done by our governments.  We must call them out, and we must fight for what’s right.
But if you can’t even stand to see the symbols created to inspire people to be better, and rail against those, then you’re just confusing cynicism for realism.

theamazingsallyhogan: 17mul: mighty-mouth: Colonizers gone colonize. 😂😂 @lmsig In December of 1940, America still hadn’t entered the w...

Apparently, Beautiful, and Confused: Hi Morning Your holiday Monday off to a good start? Monday 09:15 Yes nice what r u looking for on tinder Monday 12:13 Nothing specific. I'm not around for long Monday 18:15 Ok Today 06:20 I feel the hunger on foreign skin, wants to absorb the scent of foreign skin, I want to drill my teeth into your flesh Draw marks on my skin with my nails. I want to feel how you give yourself to me, how you become soft and yielding, deliver you, just feel, just give, until you melt helpless in my arms I want to drink you empty like a sweet fruit, absorb your pain and moans into me Take heat and give it. Playing on your nipples, until your moans penetrate my ear like a beautiful melody. l want to touch, dominate, explore to the last corner of your soul And then start over. Slowly. Persevering. Relish I let your soul slip through my hands, shape and encourage you Protect you. I will kiss your tears away. Find you nice. Over and over again Today 07:49 Today 08:21 ....huh? When was ur last sex Today 09:32 I'm very confused about the turn this conversation has taken I thought you were looking for feedback on your....poetry. Or whatever that was Did u read the poem? I did. Are you looking for constructive feedback? Sent GIF Type a message... I did. Are you looking for constructive feedback? I am lookin for a feedback about what u feel it u like it Well, some of your metaphors are a little off. l'd also look at breaking out the old thesaurus the use of 'foreign skin' twice in two lines and 'moans' twice in one stanza could do with changing up. Also, beginning stanzas 2,3 & 4 with 'l want' is a good device, but you need to carry it through to the rest of the stanzas for it to really be effective Also very unsure on the find you nice' line All together it's a good beginning effort Sent GIF Type a message.. Do u like this type of sex Surely the sex in the poem is a metaphor for death though? It's not intended to be read literally as a sex act Do u read the dominant part? Yes, I want to touch [... last corner of your soul' - death is the ultimate dominator, and through the end of life manages to reach through to the very ends of our souls There is a feeling of rebirth, new life in this stanza though 'and then start over [...] persevering Maybe this is more about loss and finding oneself again than it is about death Sent GIF Type a message.. Do u like domiant men? The world is full of dominant men and it doesn't seem to be working so well for it Sent Type a message GIF .. Apparently not ready for the literary critique
Apparently, Beautiful, and Confused: Hi
 Morning
 Your holiday Monday off to a
 good start?
 Monday 09:15
 Yes nice what r u looking for on
 tinder
 Monday 12:13
 Nothing specific. I'm not around
 for long
 Monday 18:15
 Ok
 Today 06:20
 I feel the hunger on foreign
 skin,
 wants to absorb the scent of
 foreign skin,
 I want to drill my teeth into your
 flesh
 Draw marks on my skin with my
 nails.
 I want to feel how you give
 yourself to me,
 how you become soft and
 yielding,
 deliver you, just feel, just give,
 until you melt helpless in my
 arms
 I want to drink you empty like a
 sweet fruit,
 absorb your pain and moans
 into me
 Take heat and give it. Playing
 on your nipples,
 until your moans penetrate my
 ear like a beautiful melody.
 l want to touch, dominate,
 explore
 to the last corner of your soul
 And then start over.
 Slowly. Persevering. Relish
 I let your soul slip through my
 hands,
 shape and encourage you
 Protect you.
 I will kiss your tears away.
 Find you nice. Over and over
 again

 Today 07:49
 Today 08:21
 ....huh?
 When was ur last sex
 Today 09:32
 I'm very confused about the turn
 this conversation has taken
 I thought you were looking for
 feedback on your....poetry. Or
 whatever that was
 Did u read the poem?
 I did. Are you looking for
 constructive feedback?
 Sent
 GIF
 Type a message...

 I did. Are you looking for
 constructive feedback?
 I am lookin for a feedback
 about what u feel it u like it
 Well, some of your metaphors
 are a little off. l'd also look at
 breaking out the old thesaurus
 the use of 'foreign skin' twice
 in two lines and 'moans' twice
 in one stanza could do with
 changing up. Also, beginning
 stanzas 2,3 & 4 with 'l want' is
 a good device, but you need
 to carry it through to the rest
 of the stanzas for it to really be
 effective
 Also very unsure on the find you
 nice' line
 All together it's a good
 beginning effort
 Sent
 GIF
 Type a message..

 Do u like this type of sex
 Surely the sex in the poem is a
 metaphor for death though? It's
 not intended to be read literally
 as a sex act
 Do u read the dominant part?
 Yes, I want to touch [... last
 corner of your soul' - death is
 the ultimate dominator, and
 through the end of life manages
 to reach through to the very
 ends of our souls
 There is a feeling of rebirth, new
 life in this stanza though 'and
 then start over [...] persevering
 Maybe this is more about loss
 and finding oneself again than it
 is about death
 Sent
 GIF
 Type a message..

 Do u like domiant men?
 The world is full of dominant
 men and it doesn't seem to be
 working so well for it
 Sent
 Type a message
 GIF
 ..
Apparently not ready for the literary critique

Apparently not ready for the literary critique

Fall, God, and Huh: My character's hame is Rocket. Hes a genetically enhanced raccoon witha gun fetish. <p><a href="http://tarathiel.tumblr.com/post/172403457857" class="tumblr_blog">tarathiel</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://therealfeedback.tumblr.com/post/169535311104/sperari-foundloveinbudapest-obsessiforge" class="tumblr_blog">therealfeedback</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://sperari.tumblr.com/post/102829591486/foundloveinbudapest-obsessiforge" class="tumblr_blog">sperari</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://foundloveinbudapest.tumblr.com/post/102829111761/obsessiforge-bluandorange-so-ive-got-this" class="tumblr_blog">foundloveinbudapest</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://obsessiforge.tumblr.com/post/101934507070/bluandorange-so-ive-got-this-headcanon-that">obsessiforge</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://bluandorange.tumblr.com/post/101827855795/so-ive-got-this-headcanon-that-guardians-of-the">bluandorange</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>so <a href="http://bluandorange.tumblr.com/tagged/avengers%20play%20gotg/chrono">I’ve got this headcanon</a> that Guardians of the Galaxy is really the Avengers playing a table top roleplaying game, where Bucky’s the DM who suffers through heaps and loads of trolling </p> <p>Mostly from Steve</p> <p><em>Especially</em> from Steve</p> </blockquote> <p>Which means Natasha was the one who sat down and wrote out the long, comprehensive backstory for her kickass space assassin Gamora, that Bucky keeps trying to work into the campaign but they keep getting sidetracked by –</p> <p>Tony who just created what he sees himself as – the suave, wise-cracking space vagabond.</p> <p>Thor who needed a lot of help building his character and decided on a couple easy to remember traits (Strong, honor, doesn’t get metaphors)</p> <p>and Bruce who’s actually too busy to pay full attention so any time Bucky asks what he wants to do he just says “I am Groot” and lets Steve decide</p> </blockquote> <p>Oh my god.</p> </blockquote> <p>Headcanon accepted <em>so hard</em></p> </blockquote> <p>“We need to break out of this prison. Bucky, do I know anything about it?”<br/></p> <p>“Roll knowledge, Steve.”<br/></p> <p>“Seventeen.”<br/></p> <p>“From your years of experience and multiple prison escapes, you believe that if you can get one of the prison guard’s security bands to get into the watchtower, and one of the power cells to overload the security systems, you should be able to pull off an escape.”<br/></p> <p>“Perfect. Nat, you have sleight of hand trained, right?”<br/></p> <p>“Yes I do, Steve.”<br/></p> <p>“Alright, you get the wristband. Bruce, grab the power cell.”<br/></p> <p>“Yeah, sure, I am Groot.”<br/></p> <p>“Even in a board game, boy scout has to give the orders, huh?”<br/></p> <p>“Alright Tony, what’s-”<br/></p> <p>“Excuse me, my name <i>Star Lord, </i>thank you.”<br/></p> <p>“…Alright, Star Lord. What’s your plan?”<br/></p> <p>“Well…Bucky?”<br/></p> <p>“Knowledge, Tony.”<br/></p> <p>“…Four.”<br/></p> <p>“You’ve never been in prison before, so you have no idea. You think Rocket’s plan makes sense though.”<br/></p> <p>“Alright, fine. What do you want me to do, Captain Raccoon?”</p> <p>“Only the most important for you, Space King. Bucky, does anyone in the prison have a robotic arm?”<br/></p> <p>“I swear if you’re going where I think you’re going with–”<br/></p> <p>“Okay, leg. Robotic leg, not arm.”<br/></p> <p>“Yes, there is one guy with a prosthetic leg.”<br/></p> <p>“Tony I want you to get me that guy’s leg.”<br/></p> <p>“…Why?”<br/></p> <p>“Just trust me, we need it for the plan.”<br/></p> <p>“Bucky, can I sense motive on Rocket?”<br/></p> <p>“Go ahead.”<br/></p> <p>“…These dice are weighted.”</p> <p>“What?”</p> <p>“What’d you get, Stark?”<br/></p> <p>“One.”<br/></p> <p>“Not only do you believe that Rocket needs the leg, you believe it is the single most important part of the plan. Without that leg, everything will fall to pieces.”<br/></p> <p>“Okay, fine, I’ll get the leg.”<br/></p> <p>“Perfect. Avengers, let’s get to work.”<br/></p> <p>“Removing the power cell will set off the alarm, so you believe you should start with–”<br/></p> <p>“I go remove the power cell.”<br/></p> <p>“…Bruce, that’s…not a good idea. Like I said, ripping that out will set off the alarm.”<br/></p> <p>“Right, exactly, sounds like fun. I go to rip it out.”<br/></p> <p>“But…but I spent all week coming up with persuasion and stealth scenarios for–-”<br/></p> <p>“This is what, a strength check?”<br/></p> <p>“…Yes Bruce, it’s a strength check.”<br/></p> <p>“I got a 20.”<br/></p> <p>“…You rip out the power cell with a single tug, setting off the alarm and alerting every single guard in the prison to your escape attempt. Roll for initiative, and remember that I hate all of you.”</p> </blockquote> <p style=""><a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/m0acOk2ZOgBXUcdGHg-6ELw">@rose-de-noire</a><br/></p> </blockquote>
Fall, God, and Huh: My character's
 hame is
 Rocket.
 Hes a
 genetically enhanced
 raccoon witha
 gun fetish.
<p><a href="http://tarathiel.tumblr.com/post/172403457857" class="tumblr_blog">tarathiel</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a href="https://therealfeedback.tumblr.com/post/169535311104/sperari-foundloveinbudapest-obsessiforge" class="tumblr_blog">therealfeedback</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://sperari.tumblr.com/post/102829591486/foundloveinbudapest-obsessiforge" class="tumblr_blog">sperari</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://foundloveinbudapest.tumblr.com/post/102829111761/obsessiforge-bluandorange-so-ive-got-this" class="tumblr_blog">foundloveinbudapest</a>:</p>

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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://obsessiforge.tumblr.com/post/101934507070/bluandorange-so-ive-got-this-headcanon-that">obsessiforge</a>:</p>
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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://bluandorange.tumblr.com/post/101827855795/so-ive-got-this-headcanon-that-guardians-of-the">bluandorange</a>:</p>
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<p>so <a href="http://bluandorange.tumblr.com/tagged/avengers%20play%20gotg/chrono">I’ve got this headcanon</a> that Guardians of the Galaxy is really the Avengers playing a table top roleplaying game, where Bucky’s the DM who suffers through heaps and loads of trolling </p>
<p>Mostly from Steve</p>
<p><em>Especially</em> from Steve</p>
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<p>Which means Natasha was the one who sat down and wrote out the long, comprehensive backstory for her kickass space assassin Gamora, that Bucky keeps trying to work into the campaign but they keep getting sidetracked by –</p>
<p>Tony who just created what he sees himself as – the suave, wise-cracking space vagabond.</p>
<p>Thor who needed a lot of help building his character and decided on a couple easy to remember traits (Strong, honor, doesn’t get metaphors)</p>
<p>and Bruce who’s actually too busy to pay full attention so any time Bucky asks what he wants to do he just says “I am Groot” and lets Steve decide</p>
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<p>Oh my god.</p>
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<p>Headcanon accepted <em>so hard</em></p>
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<p>“We need to break out of this prison. Bucky, do I know anything about it?”<br/></p>

<p>“Roll knowledge, Steve.”<br/></p>

<p>“Seventeen.”<br/></p>

<p>“From your years of experience and multiple prison escapes, you believe that if you can get one of the prison guard’s security bands to get into the watchtower, and one of the power cells to overload the security systems, you should be able to pull off an escape.”<br/></p>

<p>“Perfect. Nat, you have sleight of hand trained, right?”<br/></p>

<p>“Yes I do, Steve.”<br/></p>

<p>“Alright, you get the wristband. Bruce, grab the power cell.”<br/></p>

<p>“Yeah, sure, I am Groot.”<br/></p>

<p>“Even in a board game, boy scout has to give the orders, huh?”<br/></p>

<p>“Alright Tony, what’s-”<br/></p>

<p>“Excuse me, my name <i>Star Lord, </i>thank you.”<br/></p>

<p>“…Alright, Star Lord. What’s your plan?”<br/></p>

<p>“Well…Bucky?”<br/></p>

<p>“Knowledge, Tony.”<br/></p>

<p>“…Four.”<br/></p>

<p>“You’ve never been in prison before, so you have no idea. You think Rocket’s plan makes sense though.”<br/></p>

<p>“Alright, fine. What do you want me to do, Captain Raccoon?”</p>

<p>“Only the most important for you, Space King. Bucky, does anyone in the prison have a robotic arm?”<br/></p>

<p>“I swear if you’re going where I think you’re going with–”<br/></p>

<p>“Okay, leg. Robotic leg, not arm.”<br/></p>

<p>“Yes, there is one guy with a prosthetic leg.”<br/></p>

<p>“Tony I want you to get me that guy’s leg.”<br/></p>

<p>“…Why?”<br/></p>

<p>“Just trust me, we need it for the plan.”<br/></p>

<p>“Bucky, can I sense motive on Rocket?”<br/></p>

<p>“Go ahead.”<br/></p>

<p>“…These dice are weighted.”</p>

<p>“What?”</p>

<p>“What’d you get, Stark?”<br/></p>

<p>“One.”<br/></p>

<p>“Not only do you believe that Rocket needs the leg, you believe it is the single most important part of the plan. Without that leg, everything will fall to pieces.”<br/></p>

<p>“Okay, fine, I’ll get the leg.”<br/></p>

<p>“Perfect. Avengers, let’s get to work.”<br/></p>

<p>“Removing the power cell will set off the alarm, so you believe you should start with–”<br/></p>

<p>“I go remove the power cell.”<br/></p>

<p>“…Bruce, that’s…not a good idea. Like I said, ripping that out will set off the alarm.”<br/></p>

<p>“Right, exactly, sounds like fun. I go to rip it out.”<br/></p>

<p>“But…but I spent all week coming up with persuasion and stealth scenarios for–-”<br/></p>

<p>“This is what, a strength check?”<br/></p>

<p>“…Yes Bruce, it’s a strength check.”<br/></p>

<p>“I got a 20.”<br/></p>

<p>“…You rip out the power cell with a single tug, setting off the alarm and alerting every single guard in the prison to your escape attempt. Roll for initiative, and remember that I hate all of you.”</p>
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<p style=""><a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/m0acOk2ZOgBXUcdGHg-6ELw">@rose-de-noire</a><br/></p>
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