#he held back#he could have opened up to her#got her in his back pocket#twisted and manipulated her feelings for him#but he didn’t#’Another time maybe’#but WHY?#because dude is scared of her#he’s HYDRA#but he’s not immune to feeling#I don’t believe he is#and he backed away#this next episode is gonna kill me
Back in high school, I was looking up Victorian etiquette for a project, and I stumbled upon this game on a Canadian museum website. You pick a gender and then go through little scenarios where you’re quizzed on the proper Victorian way to act.
It is the greatest thing.
And usually it’s more fun to pick the incorrect answer, because sometimes NINJAS AND ALIENS pop up. I’m not even kidding.
YOU DIDN’T MENTION THE VOICES, OH LORD. IT’S LIKE A CROSS BETWEEN MONTY PYTHON ANIMATION AND WONDERMARK, COMPLETELY ON
CRACKOPIUM WHILE STILL UNFAILINGLY COURTEOUS.
I KEEP LAUGHING UPROARIOUSLY AT MY SCREEN. THIS IS A RIDICULOUS DELIGHT.
This is amazing, oh my god.
I know some people who need to see this.
I will absolutely be playing this.
I found this in Grade 12 after a slight obsession with Oscar Wilde. Needless to say, I’ve never looked back.
I am so aware of victorian manners and what is proper, and yet I can’t help doing everything wrong
The question isn’t “what are we going to do,” the question is “what aren’t we going to do?”
he is so smart
with his scar
and his broomstick
- actual canon line by Draco Malfoy
Is there a link to proof…
(it’s not actually canon)
are you calling me a liar
Culture clash between two brothers on modern vs. tradition
A monk and a punk
love this one.
no those brothers are going to save rock and roll
Luciano Costa cosplays as Kaidan Alenko at Pax East 2014. (video)
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