Last week, we asked our readers for their stories about taking big risks. When presented with this challenge, when given the task of recounting moments of conquered fear, 99% of the responses were about asking girls out on a date. Don’t get me wrong, I understand, but it doesn’t change the fact that the most daunting moment of our lives ended in dinner and a movie.
X-Men Days of Future Past fan poster by Rich Davies.
Yeah, plus they left out the best part!
I was fired for playing a show instead of showing up to work and a year or so later I walked into the store and the manager asked me “How’d that band thing work out?” right as one of our songs came on.
So, I guess I made the right decision.
Captain America, The Hulk and Iron Man
In which: Joss Whedon fools you into thinking everything is cute and silly and funny
And then rips your heart out and laughs as you sob in a corner at the heartbreaking feels that the finale of this musical gives you ;_;
Joss Whedon hurts me terribly because of moments like this. He gives me characters I actually love and then pulls shit like this. Goddamn, life ruiner.
It’s real simple, I’d kill you, then your fuckin’ parents would sue me, and it’d be a big mess and I don’t care enough about you to bother
The Breakfast Club (1985)
R.I.P Harold Ramis (November 21, 1944 – February 24, 2014)
I was looking at a lot of 80s stuff and I thought “wow, metalgarurumon is so 80s.” and then I spent a whole bunch of time on this.