sirdef:

here’s some insight into the “you’re my greatest achievement” line that howard says to tony in the movies.
some people don’t understand why that line is bad (and that’s ok! if you don’t think it’s bad and will continue to believe so, that’s fine.) and this is why:
this is jessica drew and her dad. jess’s dad experimented on her and changed her and did similar awful things to jess from a young age. her dad is up there with norman osborn on the list of “worst dads of the marvel u”. he’s a hydra scientist, and he never saw his daughter as his daughter, but as an experiment. his work. his achievement.
that’s what he sees her as: something he raised her to be. that her current being is only the product of everything he’s done to make her that way. she’s a living, breathing test tube to him, and nothing more.
similarly, howard sees tony as being exactly what he’s supposed to turn out to be, as howard made him and raised him this way. that tony’s genius, his creativity even as a young child was howard’s greatest achievement.
idk, thoughts. 

sirdef:

here’s some insight into the “you’re my greatest achievement” line that howard says to tony in the movies.

some people don’t understand why that line is bad (and that’s ok! if you don’t think it’s bad and will continue to believe so, that’s fine.) and this is why:

this is jessica drew and her dad. jess’s dad experimented on her and changed her and did similar awful things to jess from a young age. her dad is up there with norman osborn on the list of “worst dads of the marvel u”. he’s a hydra scientist, and he never saw his daughter as his daughter, but as an experiment. his work. his achievement.

that’s what he sees her as: something he raised her to be. that her current being is only the product of everything he’s done to make her that way. she’s a living, breathing test tube to him, and nothing more.

similarly, howard sees tony as being exactly what he’s supposed to turn out to be, as howard made him and raised him this way. that tony’s genius, his creativity even as a young child was howard’s greatest achievement.

idk, thoughts. 

(via existentialblues)

sirdef:

here’s some insight into the “you’re my greatest achievement” line that howard says to tony in the movies.
some people don’t understand why that line is bad (and that’s ok! if you don’t think it’s bad and will continue to believe so, that’s fine.) and this is why:
this is jessica drew and her dad. jess’s dad experimented on her and changed her and did similar awful things to jess from a young age. her dad is up there with norman osborn on the list of “worst dads of the marvel u”. he’s a hydra scientist, and he never saw his daughter as his daughter, but as an experiment. his work. his achievement.
that’s what he sees her as: something he raised her to be. that her current being is only the product of everything he’s done to make her that way. she’s a living, breathing test tube to him, and nothing more.
similarly, howard sees tony as being exactly what he’s supposed to turn out to be, as howard made him and raised him this way. that tony’s genius, his creativity even as a young child was howard’s greatest achievement.
idk, thoughts. 

sirdef:

here’s some insight into the “you’re my greatest achievement” line that howard says to tony in the movies.

some people don’t understand why that line is bad (and that’s ok! if you don’t think it’s bad and will continue to believe so, that’s fine.) and this is why:

this is jessica drew and her dad. jess’s dad experimented on her and changed her and did similar awful things to jess from a young age. her dad is up there with norman osborn on the list of “worst dads of the marvel u”. he’s a hydra scientist, and he never saw his daughter as his daughter, but as an experiment. his work. his achievement.

that’s what he sees her as: something he raised her to be. that her current being is only the product of everything he’s done to make her that way. she’s a living, breathing test tube to him, and nothing more.

similarly, howard sees tony as being exactly what he’s supposed to turn out to be, as howard made him and raised him this way. that tony’s genius, his creativity even as a young child was howard’s greatest achievement.

idk, thoughts. 

(via existentialblues)

30 DAY NEW GIRL PHOTOSHOP CHALLENGE

    Day 23: Favorite Nick alter-ego  I’m an ex cop, ex marine

flightofthegingers:

hulahooplikeaboss:

flightofthegingers replied to your photo
I always look good, what are you talking about~?

Hm? I just said you did.

Are you trying to get revenge?

It won’t work~

Man. This is like the nerdiest phone sex I’ve ever seen. 

ahumanamongmutants:

I was watching TV earlier and I have a question.

Whats a Glee?

Just change the channel, Moira. If I hear Glee in this house, I will claw through the TV myself. 

Apparently mullets AREN’T cool…

fuzzyhugs:

Well, damn.

You cannot seriously tell me that one came as a surprise. 

You done with your PMS?

To celebrate this week I’ve bought something!

fuzzyhugs:

I’ve bought an Eric mask! Yes, a full recreation of Eric’s head that is made to fit onto mine.

And by that I do, of course, mean a shark head.

It cost $3,000, but it’s no big deal. It was worth it.

I have a word for you: why?

fuzzyhugs:

go-fuck-yourselves:

fuzzyhugs:

go-fuck-yourselves replied to your post: Fuck fucking me

How should I know?

Fuck you, cunt. It was rhetorical.

How was I supposed to know you even knew what “rhetorical” meant?

Fuck you, Logan! You’re awful, you know that! Fuck you! You are such a snarky bitch all the time! Why must everything you say either be a snarky comment or sarcasm? I hate you so much!

Yeah, that’s really going to keep me up at night.



You can call me Wolverine. Yeah, I have a name, but if you don't already know what it is, it's really none of your goddamn business, is it?

For now, I'm a professor at the Xavier Institute for Gifted Youngsters. Of... art. An art professor. Now does this place have anything to drink besides chocolate milk?

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