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College in two sentences or less.
I love how it’s not something like “wear something smart”. It’s just like “wear something”.
"Wear something smart"
HOW am i expected to go to school when i wake up the same time that it ends
That is growth right there people.
Sandwich porn to the max
The X-men comics were literally a metaphor for racism and xenophobia. This is meaningful because it is meant to be powerful and an accessible metaphor for nearly anyone who has ever felt maligned for reasons beyond their control.
On the one hand, this is true, and it was a nice scene for Kurt.
On the other hand, Ororo Munroe should not need this explained to her.
It just - it just irks me that, in the comics, we have a black woman who overflows with understanding and compassion and wisdom, despite all she’s seen, despite her own missteps and mistakes.
But in the movies, she needs to learn this from a white dude. (Yes, Kurt is blue, and in-universe experiences violent discrimination, but that’s a white actor underneath that body paint.)
My original text that accompanied this gifset, which has long since been deleted, were some accompanying quotations that follow the exchange shown above.
"Sometimes, anger can help you survive."
"So can faith."
it continues into “Well, I gave up on faith a long time ago.”
Ororo isn’t being lectured or ‘taught’ anything. It’s an exchange between an optimist (Kurt) and a realist (Ororo) who have both faced adversity and have taken very different things from them. I hardly think the exchange is intended to be condescending, even coming from a white (bisexual) actor under that make-up.
It’s also worth nothing that these are two very distinctly different characters in the cinematic universe than are necessarily present on page, and should probably be weighed as their own characters in their own right within the multiverse.
Never push a loyal person to the point where they no longer care.
they better play corbin bleu’s “push it to the limit” when i’m in the delivery room or else i am not giving birth to that child
issue twelve// february twenty fourteen
Im here at walmart does anybody want anything
i was thinking maybe something that i could buy with 10 dollars
does anyone else have “the chair”
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