1. (Source: teenwolf)

     
  2. I AM A WRECK

    WHERE IS THE BAILEYS

    I NEED MORE BOOZE

    DARK!STILES

    DYLAN

    STOP IT

    I WANT

    THERE ARE TOO MANY THINGS

     
  3. I think my favourite thing about the finale was that (from what I saw) all the girls were wearing *sensible* shoes for running around the freaking forest in the middle of the night.

    *le sigh*

     
  4. At everyone shocked over Jennifer being the Darach:

     
  5. one thing about “motel california” that REALLY bugs me

    Hopefully Jeff is going to explain this, but gasoline does not work that way, Scott. 

    I get that it was much more dramatic to have him holding the lit flare, and made it easier to ignite the puddle of fuel in front of the bus… but it’s the fumes that ignite. Not the gasoline itself. So holding the flare like that… likely he’d have gone up in flames before Stiles and the girls got there, when he was igniting the flare. 

    Perhaps this is another clue towards what’s really going on; and there’s much more happening than we’ve been made aware.

    Or Jeff is just hoping that nobody notices, though given how smart his characters are, he’s probably banking on us realising that there was/is something not quite right about Scott not being able to self-immolate, as well as Lydia not thinking to put something hot on Boyd’s *feet* that were hanging out of the tub.

    Or I’m overthinking it and there’s nothing sinister going on, except Derek hallucinating Ms Blake’s visit to his loft.

    On that note - why did he go to the high school? Last time he collapsed in the parking lot it was Stiles who picked him up and fixed him. Was he counting on that happening again? Admittedly, everyone’s on their way to a cross-country meet, but given the gaping wounds on his torso, the man could be forgiven for forgetting that none of his betas or human friends would actually be at the school.

     
  6. tifferini:

    Teen Wolf » Season 3 Quotes
         ↳ “Yeah…”
              “Dad, what are you doing? Dad! What are you doing? Argh…”

     
    1. Husband (wandering into the lounge with a fresh glass of Baileys on ive in his hand): So, what are you fan-girling over this time?
    2. Me (excited. Very excited.): Clark Gregg is going to be in the pilot of the new SHIELD TV show that Joss is directing!
    3. Husband (sips his drink, pauses): You know, this is Joss Whedon we're talking about He could very well bring Coulson back for just the pilot, and then have him like halfway through the first episode have to go to the Tesseract site-
    4. Me: NO! HUSBAND NO DO NOT RUIN THIS FOR ME!
    5. Husband: What? I'm just sayi-
    6. THEN! SWEET LADY JUSTICE INTERVENES!
    7. Husband (raising his glass to his mouth to take another sip, steps forward and the Ginger Thing gets between his feet. Husband stumbles and, from almost six feet up, his glass goes tumbling to the floor! It bounces! AND THERE IS BAILEYS LITERALLY ALL OVER THE LOUNGE ROOM INCLUDING THE COUCH, WALLS AND REFRIGERATOR): Wha-
    8. Husband: ...
    9. Husband: ...
    10. Husband (collapsing onto the floor to be closer to his fallen ice cubes): Cries
     
  7. “…three months and the pain is still there. Every time I breathe, my heart breaks a little bit more, everytime I’m on board the Hellicarrier, I except to cross paths with him, me going to the range, him going to some meeting with Fury. The day goes by with another crisis, another problem to solve. And we solve it, at the end of the day, all is well in the world. And when I’m finally back home I can still remember his cooking’s smell even before I open the door. And when I’m finally passed out on the couch, almost asleep…I can feel his arms around me, and his voice telling me to sleep, telling me it will be okay…but, when I reach out to take his hand in mine, I feel nothing but air and suddenly I’m cold and I realize he’s not here, that he’ll never be here anymore…so, to answer your question doc, I’m not feeling that good today…”

     
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    fuckyeahclintcoulson:

Spoilers for the film.
toestastegood-fic:

Clint hates debriefings, but that doesn’t mean he gets to skip them. Left to his own devices, he would allow the others to sit down and talk things out while he gets on with work that actually matters. Apparently Fury thinks that getting him in to talk about strategy and intel matters, and nobody argues with Fury. Not even Clint.They get a weekend to recover from trashing New York City, and then it’s time to roll his shoulders and get back to work - he’s got to somehow find a way to apologise for what happened. He’s got to find a way to make up for all the lives he took. Natasha talks about the red in her ledger, but Clint thinks she hasn’t got anything on him.He makes it five words into his report before he’s interrupted.Of course.“This is all very interesting, but I’ve got a more important point to make,” Tony says, leaning forward. Clint arches an eyebrow at him, and wonders about the ethics of shooting one of own team members. “I think I speak for everyone here when I say: what the hell are you wearing? I didn’t know they made suits for elves.”Clint glanced down at his clothes, a completely regular shirt and tie. “What, did you think I wore combat gear 24-7?”There is a pause while the team considers it. No one answers. Natasha smirks in the corner.“Seriously, guys?” Clint asks.“Well…” Steve starts, before he frowns in concern and seems to regret his position as team leader and spokesperson. “We’ve never seen you in anything else.”“And you never struck me as a business-casual kind of guy,” Tony says. “You’ve got more of an arrow-sling Robin Hood thing going on.”Agent Coulson, sitting bandaged up and beaten but alive, gives a terse smile. “It’s a relief to see him wearing something office-appropriate for once.”“I didn’t realise everyone paid so much attention to my sartorial choices,” Clint complains. “Can I get on with this?”“Do you have to?” Tony asks.Clint contemplates throwing him out of the window. Only Coulson’s warning stare reminds him that that would be a very bad idea. He opts for mocking him throughout the briefing instead. It’s not quite as good, but he does get a reward for good behaviour at the end. Coulson grabs him by the wrist as the others are leaving, and retains him until they’re alone.“I like the tie,” Coulson says, running his thumb over it.“You should,” Clint answers. “I nicked it from your bedroom this morning.”Coulson opts to kiss the smirk from his face, a stolen moment before Fury comes down there to complain about their meetings being scheduled too early. Judging from the way that Coulson clings to the tie as they kiss, mouths sliding hot and slick together, Clint decides he’s going to have to dress up a lot more often.

    fuckyeahclintcoulson:

    Spoilers for the film.

    toestastegood-fic:

    Clint hates debriefings, but that doesn’t mean he gets to skip them. Left to his own devices, he would allow the others to sit down and talk things out while he gets on with work that actually matters. Apparently Fury thinks that getting him in to talk about strategy and intel matters, and nobody argues with Fury. Not even Clint.

    They get a weekend to recover from trashing New York City, and then it’s time to roll his shoulders and get back to work - he’s got to somehow find a way to apologise for what happened. He’s got to find a way to make up for all the lives he took. Natasha talks about the red in her ledger, but Clint thinks she hasn’t got anything on him.

    He makes it five words into his report before he’s interrupted.

    Of course.

    “This is all very interesting, but I’ve got a more important point to make,” Tony says, leaning forward. Clint arches an eyebrow at him, and wonders about the ethics of shooting one of own team members. “I think I speak for everyone here when I say: what the hell are you wearing? I didn’t know they made suits for elves.”

    Clint glanced down at his clothes, a completely regular shirt and tie. “What, did you think I wore combat gear 24-7?”

    There is a pause while the team considers it. No one answers. Natasha smirks in the corner.

    “Seriously, guys?” Clint asks.

    “Well…” Steve starts, before he frowns in concern and seems to regret his position as team leader and spokesperson. “We’ve never seen you in anything else.”

    “And you never struck me as a business-casual kind of guy,” Tony says. “You’ve got more of an arrow-sling Robin Hood thing going on.”

    Agent Coulson, sitting bandaged up and beaten but alive, gives a terse smile. “It’s a relief to see him wearing something office-appropriate for once.”

    “I didn’t realise everyone paid so much attention to my sartorial choices,” Clint complains. “Can I get on with this?”

    “Do you have to?” Tony asks.

    Clint contemplates throwing him out of the window. Only Coulson’s warning stare reminds him that that would be a very bad idea. He opts for mocking him throughout the briefing instead. It’s not quite as good, but he does get a reward for good behaviour at the end. Coulson grabs him by the wrist as the others are leaving, and retains him until they’re alone.

    “I like the tie,” Coulson says, running his thumb over it.

    “You should,” Clint answers. “I nicked it from your bedroom this morning.”

    Coulson opts to kiss the smirk from his face, a stolen moment before Fury comes down there to complain about their meetings being scheduled too early. Judging from the way that Coulson clings to the tie as they kiss, mouths sliding hot and slick together, Clint decides he’s going to have to dress up a lot more often.

    (Source: howevermanywords)

     
  9. bluestalkingstitches:

    solar-tsunami:

    I do not like the cone of shame.

    squawking with laughter

    (Source: drugstore--cowboy)

     
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    death-by-avengers:

ship it

Just call me Commodore, I’m adding this ship to the Anna-armada.

    death-by-avengers:

    ship it

    Just call me Commodore, I’m adding this ship to the Anna-armada.

    (Source: sovietspouses)

     
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    askashieldagent:

Aaaand we’re back. Immense thanks to everyone who supported and contributed to the personal drama over the weekend. We wouldn’t have survived it without the astounding kindness of strangers <3

    askashieldagent:

    Aaaand we’re back. Immense thanks to everyone who supported and contributed to the personal drama over the weekend. We wouldn’t have survived it without the astounding kindness of strangers <3

     
  12. mrsweasley:

    The Avengers
    ↳ Pure gold moments: Part 1.

    “Better clench up, Legolas.”

     
  13. 13:29

    Notes: 38299

    Reblogged from flatbear

    Tags: avengersspoilerslokitom hiddleston

    teaat2am:

it’s okay Loki we all have those days

    teaat2am:

    it’s okay Loki we all have those days

     
  14. thedreamthatdreamsus:

    theumbrellaseller:

    hemsworthss:

    science bros.

    There are no words to describe my feelings about this relationship. But I’m going to try.

    First of all, their parallels. Both geniuses, top of their field. Both suffered an accident that physically changed them, forever, and not in a wholesome Spider-Man kind of way. Both try to do what they can to help others despite their own issues; Banner heals people, Tony works on developing clean energy. And both struggle, in their own way, with duality; Tony and Iron Man, Bruce and the Hulk. Two identities, one body. Only difference is Iron Man’s bad side is Tony.

    I mentioned somewhere that Tony sees a bit of himself in Banner because they both have a monster inside them that they can’t control, a creature that springs fully formed from the id, the base impulses and the nasty stuff at the back of the mind. Bruce’s is a giant green rage monster. Tony’s trashed a party in Iron Man 2. Banner has a control over his that Tony hasn’t quite achieved yet; don’t think I didn’t notice Tony pouring himself a whiskey when confronting Loki. Tony is envious, fascinated, and most of all, impressed by Bruce’s control.

    So he doesn’t walk on eggshells around Bruce like the others, because that’s not what Bruce needs. Tony sees Bruce’s restraint, sees the quiet, brilliant man making self-deprecating jokes in the corner of the room, sees the way people look at him like he’s going to snap any second, and thinks “nope”. Tony does what no-one else aboard that Helicarrier does. He trusts him. He makes jokes and jabs him and teases him and above all, treats him exactly how he would treat anyone else— he has a great regard for Bruce’s brilliance, and tells him so, but he doesn’t try to ignore the Hulk in the room. When he says “wow, you’ve really got a handle on this, haven’t you?” he’s not saying “gosh, it’s incredible you haven’t snapped yet and killed everyone on board” he’s saying “I know you have a handle on this, you wouldn’t be here if you didn’t, so I’m gonna poke you with this sharp object to prove it”. And you can see Bruce relax, and smile, and trust him back.

    But then Tony goes even further, and invites Bruce to come to his R&D department. I’m pretty sure the two of them drive off together in Tony’s car at the end of the movie to do just that. And, okay, sure, Bruce is smart, but Tony’s tech is his baby. How many people get invitations to come and see his work? He invites Bruce because he recognises his brilliance, yes, but there’s another reason. He’s inviting Bruce to come down and work with him after this is over. He’s giving Bruce something to do next, a purpose, an alternative to disappearing into the ether to be alone with his monster. Tony knows from experience that being alone with your issues doesn’t end well, so for what’s only the third time in his life he extends the hand of friendship to a guy he’s known barely an hour.

    And then, he tells Bruce to let the beast loose. Not just because they need him to fight, but because it will help him. If Bruce can take this thing that he sees as a curse and turn it into a gift, well, that’s going to lift him out of a very dark place. I’m not saying Tony knew about Bruce’s attempted suicide, but I think he had a suspicion that Bruce had been, in his words, “low”. So he encourages Bruce to take all that crap and pain and the Other Guy and use him to help people; after all, that’s what he did.

    And it pays off. Nobody— nobody— thinks Bruce is going to turn up for that final battle. You can see the look on Natasha and Steve’s faces when Tony asks if Bruce turned up yet. They’ve counted Bruce out. Guy’s a mess, right? He’s too volatile. Doesn’t play well with others. He could never work as part of a team. No-one thinks he’ll come through when it matters. Except Tony. He has faith in him, and that faith is rewarded. It’s no wonder the Hulk is the one to catch Tony. Tony’s the one who helped let him out. He’s just returning the favor.

    ^THIS

    I have spent so much time trying to find words for my BRUCE AND TONY ARE SCIENCE BROS FOREVER AND FEELINGS…but this post just summed everything up so neatly for me.

    (Source: dancys)