okay but imagine having a house right on the timezone boundary
"bedtime is 11!"
"KITCHEN 11 OR LIVING ROOM 11??"
"mom we’re gonna be late!"
"nah, it’s at bathroom 5 not bedroom 5"
"man I only got like 2 hours of sleep!"
"well I got 3, I rolled over the boundary in my sleep"
The best (and worst) part would be trying to figure out what time to watch tv
you broke my brain
This I can do.
I feel as though if male Robin marries Tharja he’d just be really laid back about almost everything she does that everyone else finds weird. Like they go to a banquet to celebrate winning the war against Plegia and Tharja’s just kind of hiding behind Robin giving everyone the evil eye and Chrom says ‘Dude your wife is scaring everyone’ And Robin’s just like ‘Yeah she’s shy she’ll warm up eventually.’
And in the little sparkly-tile battle conversation where Tharja gives Robin a gift and says ‘It’s an accessory. Why don’t you put it on so everyone knows you belong to me?’ And he’s like ‘Aw Tharja you shouldn’t have this is so great’ But it turns out to be a black collar and everyone’s staring when they come back to camp and Robin says ‘Tharja gave it to me, isn’t it great?’
And when Robin says Tharja looks even lovelier than usual when they’re in the barracks and she replies ‘I may have used underhanded methods to achieve that affect, just so you know’. Robin would say ‘Tharja, I appreciate your honesty, but you’re still beautiful no matter what’.
I just really love Tharja and the fact that I can have an avatar marry her ok.
This whole bullshit movie Exodus reminds me of when I found out that Hollywood is making a movie based on Egyptian mythology. At first I was like ‘Oh cool my first mythology is finally getting more recognition’ but still kind of suspicious because you know how people like to portray Egyptians as though they were 1st generation immigrants from Scandinavia or something. So I saw the cast list and
Well you can probably guess but I’ll tell you anyway, pretty much everyone was white. Please don’t go see that either.
get out your VCR’s it’s time to watch The Prince of Egypt. or you can watch it here.
please don’t watch exodus: gods and kings because it’s icky and racist. you deserve better. you deserve the prince of egypt.
May I also add that The Prince of Egypt’s accuracy has been approved by not only Christianity, but by Judaism and Islam as well! So it’s actually the most accurately told version out there!