shortly followed by an episode in which the whole team is stuck somewhere and they think there’s no one to rescue them but aHA! Fitz has already made special matching communication watches and all he has to do is dial ‘M’ for monkey.
The Fitzsimmons Selfie
#FIELDAGENTSFITZSIMMONS #YEAHTHATSRIGHT #COOLERTHANU #HIMUM!
random quicksketches of birdies and kitty cats
I lied. Melinda May is also an excellent reason to watch Agents of Shield.
BUT WHAT IS YOUR SECRET I MUST KNOOOOOOOW
FITZSIMMONS: the reason I watch agents of shield
did some hunger game sketches. I feel like this set is missing an air element, which would most likely be prim.
in which Ichie and Abbie go all Wile E Cayote on that skull
Here’s an old painting we found at a value village that I…retouched for my sibling. :D
Nicole Beharie as a post-apocalyptic mermaid for reasons.
adding to my celebrities doing awesome stuff series. x)
time to step up your game, elementary. we’re gettin’ hugs here in sleepy hollow.
all my faves in one: height difference, domestic fluff, and puns.
halloween/birthday/deepavali weekend of food and funtimes. woo! \o/
oooohh. I like this theory. And not just because Jim Dale being death makes me feel like he’s watching out for people and will welcome you into the afterlife with a big dance number from Barnum. Well, that helps, but I digress.
Is there any better way to enter the afterlife? x)
but originally I thought if I’d made the connection before I would have read the book in Jim Dale’s voice. but it really really reeeally doesn’t fit.
so now my headcanon is that Death like The Doctor and takes many forms over the years (why the heck not) and tells different stories in different voices.
I just finished reading The Book Thief (sobs) and shortly before it, I had just finished rewatching all of pushing daisies (lols).
I’m not yet sure if I like the narration style of the book, but I did enjoy the narrator, who was Death. and maybe it’s the morbidity and all that death that connected the two in my head, but now I feel like the narrator of pushing daisies may have also been Death. o_O
Think about it: all that precise counting of a persons age down to the minutes and seconds makes it seem like all humans are on a schedule and he knows exactly when to come for them. plus he knows exactly how each one died and presents us with those facts beforehand. obviously this version of death is a lot more jovial sounding and more involved in the piemaker’s life. but then why wouldn’t death be incredibly fascinated and closely follow the life of the one man who is able to defy and actually, rob from him?
I like the idea of Death being perplexed by and keeping a close watch on Ned. also amused by the idea that if Ned finds out he’s being followed by Death he’d be EVEN MORE anxious and uncomfortable and just generally more…”piemaker-ish”. x)