Welcome to my Castle.

Mind you, the doors lead anywhere.

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- AVATAR The Last Airbender : The Promise

Fact:
Uncle Iroh was the one who invented Bubble Milk Tea. Unfortunately, he was not favorably endorsed by the Firelord and the Avatar. The concept was only resurrected (and finally accepted and popularized) during the 1980s. This post seeks to honor the Boba Tea’s original inventor, a man ahead of his time.

- AVATAR The Last Airbender : The Promise

Fact:
Uncle Iroh was the one who invented Bubble Milk Tea. Unfortunately, he was not favorably endorsed by the Firelord and the Avatar. The concept was only resurrected (and finally accepted and popularized) during the 1980s. This post seeks to honor the Boba Tea’s original inventor, a man ahead of his time.

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Woke up from a nap. Dreamt of walking around the dark streets of our city with the 12th Doctor.
We’d been maneuvering the pitch black alleys all night trying to avoid whatever danger the Doctor was facing now.
It was exciting, although the city was unnaturally dark, to be adventuring with him. I felt, with my knowledge of the city’s streets and alleys, significant, and at the same time felt safe that I was braving the darkness with the Doctor.

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A lot of every day nuisances would be easily taken care of if you’ve got the ability to manipulate metal. 

*Forgot your keys? A flick of the wrist and the door’s wide open. 
*Your co-passengers in the Jeep are deaf, indifferent, or too far away? Make your payment float to the driver. 
*Late for work? Fly. 
*Strapped for cash? Uhm, you know.

There’s metal to be found almost everywhere in the world, there’s even iron in the blood—and it’s less of a headache (pun intended) than telekinesis—so, yeah, it’s highly useful.

Photo by flashbulbmemoriae!

A lot of every day nuisances would be easily taken care of if you’ve got the ability to manipulate metal.

*Forgot your keys? A flick of the wrist and the door’s wide open.
*Your co-passengers in the Jeep are deaf, indifferent, or too far away? Make your payment float to the driver.
*Late for work? Fly.
*Strapped for cash? Uhm, you know.

There’s metal to be found almost everywhere in the world, there’s even iron in the blood—and it’s less of a headache (pun intended) than telekinesis—so, yeah, it’s highly useful.

Photo by flashbulbmemoriae!

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Having been exposed to X-men since I was a kid, I’ve gone through different favorites. My first, when I was around 7, was Storm (I even had a shirt with her on it), and then I moved on to Cyclops and then Professor X. 

When Ian McKellen donned the helmet as Magneto for the X-men movie of 2000, I knew I would never move on from him or even go back  to my former faves. 

There was something about his persona that, as a 10 year old, I could easily access. Growing up and discovering myself, I only related to and admired him more. His battle against humanity’s hatred, his distaste for the unevolved homo sapiens, and his methods made sense to me, literally and metaphorically. 

And it didn’t hurt that for every movie he’s in, he’s got bad-ass scenes.

Photo credit: @flashbulbmemoriae

Having been exposed to X-men since I was a kid, I’ve gone through different favorites. My first, when I was around 7, was Storm (I even had a shirt with her on it), and then I moved on to Cyclops and then Professor X.

When Ian McKellen donned the helmet as Magneto for the X-men movie of 2000, I knew I would never move on from him or even go back to my former faves.

There was something about his persona that, as a 10 year old, I could easily access. Growing up and discovering myself, I only related to and admired him more. His battle against humanity’s hatred, his distaste for the unevolved homo sapiens, and his methods made sense to me, literally and metaphorically.

And it didn’t hurt that for every movie he’s in, he’s got bad-ass scenes.

Photo credit: @flashbulbmemoriae

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Project Supreme U #16

" […] it is a monstrous thing, to slay a
unicorn . Only one who has nothing to lose, and everything to gain, would commit such a crime. The blood of a unicorn will keep you
alive, even if you are an inch from death , but at a terrible price. You have slain something pure and defenceless to save yourself, and
you will have but a half-life, a cursed life, from the moment the blood touches your lips. “
—Firenze to Harry Potter

Project Supreme U #16

" […] it is a monstrous thing, to slay a
unicorn . Only one who has nothing to lose, and everything to gain, would commit such a crime. The blood of a unicorn will keep you
alive, even if you are an inch from death , but at a terrible price. You have slain something pure and defenceless to save yourself, and
you will have but a half-life, a cursed life, from the moment the blood touches your lips. “
—Firenze to Harry Potter

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