It feels a life ago — it feels like a day
I knew in an instant that you were the answer
That the world would make sense to me
If you would just stay…
this is the greatest gif in the whole entire world
“Leo had slammed his hand on the table countless times and he moved his hand further and he crushed a crystal cordial glass. Blood was dripping down his hand. He never broke character. He kept going. He was in such a zone. It was very intense. He required stitches.”
“Don’t play games with me. You just killed someone I liked!”
“Don’t play games with me. Don’t ever ever think you’re capable of that.”
#This is such a beautiful summation of the fundamental difference between these two #It’s the same line #the same feeling #but Ten wore his every emotion on his sleeve and had no problem whatsoever showing exactly how he was feeling #while Eleven #oh Eleven #He is so hurt so damaged and so careful with himself that even when he’s SEETHING and betrayed he hides it all away #and yet somehow even though he says this with perfect calmness and composure it’s still utterly terrifying #because you know what’s lurking underneath #that same ferocity he had before but this time being bottled up for fear of what it might do #and when it lets loose - basically run
so you know how people are like “but why didn’t the eagles drop Gandalf and company closer to the Lonely Mountain”
well they actually explain this in the book—when Gwaihir the Lord of the Eagles dumps them all off he’s like “yeah sorry bro we’d take you closer but we don’t like to fly near villages full of people because they suck and they’d shoot us with their arrows cause they’d think we were there to steal and eat their sheep and okay normally they’d be totally right cause sheep are totally delish but yeah this is as far as we go. Also we don’t give a shit about dwarves anyway and I only did this as a personal favor for Gandalf cause he and I are true homies so whatever Im not actually sorry”
I think that’s pretty close to the original text, anyway
That’s pretty much word-for-word.
That time Peter Parker was trained by Natasha Romanoff.
It’s a spider thing
It’s a spider thing
IT’S A MOTHERHUGGING SPIDER THING
“Can I buy you a drink?”
Us turning on each other, it’s what they want. I tired to warn you, Charles. I want you by my side. We’re brothers, You and I.