I work, knit, do artsy things, and hang out.

 

elefseus:

i love this dumb turtledove like you have an entire backyard where you could find stationary shade but no you decide to chill out in the tiny spot of shade cast by the birdfeeder which moves so quickly that you have to get up every ten minutes why did you make this decision why do you make this decision every day

Hawkeye’s opening phrases
or 8 times Clint Barton thought “Okay, this looks bad” and one time he didn’t

(Source: bullet-fuzz)

alec-bings:

Scully being canon immortal is the actual best tho because you just KNOW that in 100 years Mulder’s ghost is going to be like “SEE??? DO YOU BELIEVE NOW??” And she’s gonna be like “there has to be a plausible scientific explanation, Mulder, and you’re probably just a hallucination caused by my advanced age” and he’s just gonna lose his fucking ghost MIND

airyairyquitecontrary:

urulokid:

can we also note that in the middle gifs Bucky has proper trigger discipline and the fucking Winter Soldier has shitty TD so is it that Hydra made him give no fucks about gun safety because people are just collateral? I NEED TO KNOW IF THIS WAS INTENTIONAL ON SEB’S PART (via thescarlettfangirl)

this is an EXCELLENT POINT and I’m going to talk about it. in gun safety the first thing you learn is 1: do not ever point your gun at something unless you are going to shoot it and 2: do not ever put your finger on the trigger unless you’re going to put a bullet through something.

Bucky Barnes knows the importance of trigger safety. Bucky Barnes was trained by the US Army to never put his finger on the trigger unless he was going to absolutely shoot something

The Winter Soldier is a weapon. The only time the Soldier is ever given a weapon, he is absolutely going to shoot something.  It’s his mission. It’s all he does. Thaw, wipe, point, shoot, kill, freeze, repeat. It’s as natural to him as anything can be—a finger on the trigger and intent to kill on his mind

Please please please remember this if you are ever handling a gun, especially if you are not very experienced with guns. The number one, and the number two. If you are not prepared to shoot at someone/something, keep your gun pointed down. Keep your forefinger outside the trigger guard unless you are prepared to shoot. It could save lives, including your own. Their ubiquity in TV and movies can give us a false sense of familiarity and mastery with guns, but they need to be handled with serious care. Take a look at the statistics on *accidental* gunshot injuries and deaths sometime.

(Source: danbiaps)

wingedbeastie:

clorinspats:

so i was scrollin along on the internet, minding my own business when

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okay wtf they can’t be serious

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they’re serious

@ebbywaffle

I’M HOME

roane72:

Cannot unsee, in those last couple gifs:

"Man, bad enough I’m dating the world’s oldest super soldier, now you gotta be a show off too?"

(Source: forassgard)