One time I wrote an article about the love triangle in the Hunger Games, and Broegan asked if she could use it to answer an anon and I said yes, so she copy-pasted the article, linked to me, and credited me properly
And like ten minutes later an anon yelled at me for plagiarizing Broegan’s writing and we both laughed really hard at that anon
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we are the same time zone as california u dolt
Nonsense! Canada’s just north from me, California’s all the way out west. I could drive to Canada in a day, I’d have to take a plane out to California.
That Tony likes food?
No, at the beginning of his debut movie he arrives back from the Middle East and he immediately wants “an American Cheeseburger” and to call an important press conference that could potentially help to save the world, and he insists that the cheeseburger is the priority of those two things.
At the end of his most recent movie, he has just saved the world, and mentions that he’d like to get some shawarma, an (I’m told) amazing Middle Eastern food, and when he’s informed that the job isn’t done yet, he places saving the world as a priority over getting his food.
It’s just a miniscule bit of character-development showing Tony’s become more open-minded and less selfish through his films.
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superman is the biggest mary sue ugh
He’s really only a mary sue if you read him that way. Remember that he was just a baby when he got to Earth, so the Clark Kent persona is the real one. He’s really the bumbling, awkward dude you see, and the “big blue boy scout” image is actually his mental image of what a “superman” should be. The “mary sue” image you see is flawed, socially awkward, mild-mannered (it’s cliche for a reason) polite-to-a-fault, a little bit dopey Clark Kent trying to imagine how someone with no faults would act.
"Superman" is a Mary Sue character, but he’s a Mary Sue character invented by three-dimensional character Clark Kent. When he’s being Superman, stopping mid-crime fight to save a kitten, calling everyone "Miss" and "Mister," it’s kind of like that kid who was pretending to be Sam Winchester saying "Evening Barkeep! I’d like one alcohol, please!" It sounds right to him, but to everyone else, it sounds super corny.
………………………………………your favourite super hero is superman? judging you harshly
Batman, then him. Probably followed closely by Wonder Woman in third. Best is when the three of them work together though.
wow way to be a pretentious butthole fine i won’t send you any more asks
So you’re telling me that, faced with the end of the world, Spider-man would not make a sarcastic comment?
OH! Just realized you are talking about the tag referring to hypothetical situations. No, that wasn’t aimed at you, it was intended for a few anons who don’t seem to understand the rules and keep sending me things like “Batman and an alien invasion!” or “Superman vs. Dinosaurs!”
You’re good, though, pretty sure “end of the world” is a legitimate thing to have a political stance on.