Thors ‘cape’ is in fact, made from the same material from his mothers drapes.
This is a headcanon I’ve subscribed to for a long time. But in my head, it’s because he spent his childhood wearing a scrap of her drapes as a cape because that’s what children do. And the first time he went off to battle, she presented him with a cape, made from her drapes, mostly as an inside joke between them. And while he could very easily have a cape that isn’t his mother’s drapes, Thor chooses not to have one made because it serves a small form of comfort to him. No matter where he is or what he’s doing, his mother is always watching his back.
leftturnat4thandbananas said: So Peter, how much for Bucky's arm in a jar? Because I want it.
For an extra $10 we will make sure Bucky doesn’t find out where you live.
Mr. Lincoln says otherwise.
I don’t even understand. It’s not your fandom guys.
I’m just very competitive, okay?
"Many of my movies have strong female leads - brave, self-sufficient girls that don’t think twice about fighting for what they believe in with all their heart. They’ll need a friend, or a supporter, but never a savior. Any woman is just as capable of being a hero as any man." - Hayao Miyazaki
legitimately the greatest thing about this show was how everyone was like#nate we’re moving into your life you can’t get rid of us we’re here for good#and nate is a dumbass about everything#it’s a backwards brady bunch#the kids were like this is our family now you two make out and stop angsting so we can all be okay and stop bad guys#leverage#i miss this stupid show so much
second greatest thing about this show was how the ‘white male hero’ was the least functional most fucked up character literally all of them were more mature…well maybe not Parker…and had their shit together more than Nate but they all became better people around each other.
But it was because Nate was so fucked up that caused them to realize that yes, they were functional people, even if they didn’t seem like it all of the time.
Except for Eliot because Eliot always knew who he was and what his place is in this dysfunctional family. But that knowledge also allowed him to see the full potential of his team mates and be able to give them the push when they needed it because he knew that they could do whatever it was that needed to be done, even if they didn’t realize it themselves.
Weird Al discussing grammar and making that wretched song tolerable?
That makes me stupidly happy for so many reasons.