I get that being frozen for 100 years is a tough thing to go through but honestly Aang should have used it for comedy more
Katara: wow so this is Omashu
Aang: back in my day it was called weed city
Sokka: I’m… pretty sure it wasn’t
Aang: that’s what the fire nation wants you to think
Bumi, the second they arrive: welcome to weed city
Sokka: what the fuck
Imagine them getting stuck in Ba Sing Se and Aang just being like, “I wonder if the sandal pit is still here.”
And everyone’s like, “The what?”
And he’s all, “The sandal pit. It’s where I buried all the sandals of people who were mean to me and my friends.”
Cut to the gaang walking around town, and Aang’s muttering about it being around here somewhere, when suddenly Toph stops and says, “There’s a big pile of sandals about fifty feet below that cobbler’s house,” and Sokka loses his mind.
This raises the question of whether Aang is telling the truth or if Toph and Bumi just happen to have the same sense of humor as him.
May I offer a third option into the mix:
It’s just sheer coincidence but it sends Aang hog fuckin’ wild
in the fire nation:
aang: i wonder if they still have the national fire burping competition?
sokka: okay now that’s definitely fake
after the war
zuko: you guys can’t go home you’ll miss the national fire burping competition!
sokka: you’re lying, you’re definitely lying
iroh: i won seven years in a row, until those cowards banned me
“Erik!” called Charles urgently. “Erik, come quickly!”
Frowning in worry, Erik put down the laundry that he was folding and strode into the living room, to find Charles and Pietro absorbed in some activity involving a ball and a cardboard box.
“What’s the emergency?”
“Pietro has developed object permanence!” crowed Charles triumphantly, as though that were a normal sentence that a person would say, bouncing the child on his lap.
kidnapped and left on earth as a baby, erik grows up as an outcast amongst the mortals. upon realizing his decents are the gods above, he pushes through trails and tribulations to reach his olympian family and prove his worth. along the way he meets charles, a young man with wit as sharp as erik’s sword and eyes as blue as poseidon’s waves. from there on, erik struggles to juggle the responsibilities of a rising hero and a hopeless romantic whose heart is lost in the mist of charles’ words.
i watched hercules for the first time tonight and i am in LOVE with it
Tried the famous dalgona (phenti hui, beaten coffee) coffee. It was bittersweet and way too bitter to my taste. But it was a good reason to try my cute new glass!
Learned about irregular Spanish verbs in a cafe in the afternoon while enjoying the rainy view. Funny thing, there were a guy and a lady having 1:1 Spanish lesson. I tried to overhear them but it was advanced level class so I gave up :)
My exams are starting next tuesday. First up: osteology, myology, arteriology and neurology of domestic animals. This is one of the hardest courses I’ve ever taken so I just want to pass. Trying to soak up all the positive energy my plants give me. And a big shoutout to coffee, I love you.