This is Trinity Syndrome à la The Matrix: the hugely capable woman who never once becomes as independent, significant, and exciting as she is in her introductory scene.
"Rinko Kikuchi’s Mako Mori in Pacific Rim is weak next to Charlie Hunnam’s Raleigh—her past trauma blocks her from being effective in mecha combat, and endangers everyone around her—but even when she proves her strength, he still has to assert himself by knocking her out and dumping her limp body as he heads off to save the day at the end.”
welp i was taking this article seriously BUT THEN
i feel like at least 80% of the problems in x-men could be solved if someone just kept magneto on one of those child leashes you see in malls and zoos
When Kayleigh Jordan found out that her class trip to Scotland would not include a visit to Loch Ness she decided to take matters into her own hands. With her best friends Olivia and Reagan in tow, Kayleigh makes off for the famous lake. With any luck they’ll be back before anyone notices they’re gone. But events take a surprising turn when their boat capsizes, and the girls come face to face with a creature out of deepest myth. When the legendary Nessie takes the three nubile young girls back to his secret cove they learn that even the scaliest of monsters can be a generous lover.
He’s never gonna live it down
A bit late, but happy birthday you doof.
you know all the stereotypes of Washington with all the “OMG RAIN AND CLOUDS AND COFFEE AND HIPSTERS LOL ITS COLD AND WET THERE”
those make me laugh because while that’s pretty much true on the West Coast
that’s about 1/3 of the entire state guys
you all just don’t know about the East side because we don’t talk about it
A decent amount of Washington is actually Desert. We don’t acknowledge that part of the state.
as a resident of Eastern Washington, I can attest to the validity of this post.
Same for Oregon.
But the best part about Eastern Washington is the GIANT NUCLEAR SITE IN THE MIDDLE OF EVERYTHING
PARTS OF WHICH REMAIN UNMAPPED FOR SECURITY PURPOSES
:3 I totally grew up there.
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