“Who do you think I am? I would never
abuse that power. Ever. Well anyway,
I hope they will be able to tell the
difference ‘cause if I have to hear
Spock tell me that my mere existence
is illogical I will have to punch him.
Sure, Captain Responsibility!”
❝ see, that. that right there. you
can’t punch my first officer. as
annoying as his idiosyncrasies
can be - and believe me, i’ve
thought about clocking him
more than once - you can’t do
that. people who don’t know
our situation are gonna think
it’s me, and that’s gonna raise
all sorts’a questions. ❞
no, i haven’t been listening to awesome mix vol. 1 on repeat for the past hour. that
would be ridiculous and totally would not help the fact that i have a peter quill muse.
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a number of years ago today, 34 to be exact, god said, “let so many lives be ruined.” and chris pine was born, and there was much rejoicing, but also bemoaning, cursing, shouting, gardening, yoga shirt wearing, lettuce gathering, nipple showing, gray bearding, and ankle baring. it was the best worst idea ever. what are we going to do with 34 years of all this pie
Chris Pine on - Tomo Brejc portfolio (x)
you’re welcome! but for what, dear anon? it’s always great to be thanked,
but i’d rather like to know what for.
[all] quirks my muse habitually has.
Writers, bold all of your character’s regular truths.
- Smoking: the action or habit of inhaling and exhaling the smoke of tobacco or a drug.
- Binge drinking: the consumption of an excessive amount of alcohol in a short period of time.
- Drug abuse: the habitual taking of illegal drugs.
- Nail biting: a common body language sign of anxiety/tension.
- Lip biting: a common body language sign of anxiety/tension.
- Night Owl: a person who is habitually active or wakeful at night.
- Early bird: a person who rises, arrives, or acts before the usual or expected time.
- Negative attitudes: a philosophy of approaching life with criticism and pessimism.
- Positive attitudes: a philosophy of approaching life with optimism and confidence.
- Swearing: the use of offensive language.
- Superstitious: an irrational belief that an object, action, or circumstance not logically related to a course of events influences its outcome.
- Inspecting fingernails: a common body language sign of boredom.
- Scratching your neck: a common body language sign of uncertainty.
- Foot and finger tapping: a common body language sign of stress/impatience.
- Nose touch: a subtle body language sign of deceit.
- Flipping hair: a common body language sign of craving attention.
- Twirling hair: a common body language sign of flirtation.
- Cracking knuckles: a common body language sign of readiness.
- Hands behind back: a common body language sign of confidence.
- Finger pointing: a common body language sign of authority.
- Hands on hips: a common body language sign of readiness.
- Hands in pockets: a common body language sign of mistrust/reluctance.
- Frequent touch: a common body language sign of warmth/familiarity.
- Throat-clearing: a common body language sign of rejection/doubt.
- Jaw-clenching: a common body language sign of hostility.
- Eye-rolling: a common body language sign of irritation.
- Head-tilt: a common body language sign of interest.
- Whistling: to emit high-pitched sound by forcing breath through a small hole between one’s lips or teeth; usually to a tune.
- Humming: make a low, steady continuous sound like that of a bee; usually to a tune.
- Perfectionism: refusal to accept any standard short of perfection.
- Photographic memory: the ability to remember information or visual images in great detail.
- Paranoia: a mental condition characterized by delusions of persecution, unwarranted jealousy, or exaggerated self-importance, typically worked into an organized system.
- Exaggeration: a statement that represents something as better or worse than it really is.
- Intuitive: using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning; instinctive.
- Quick-witted: showing or characterized by an ability to think or respond quickly and effectively.
- Interrupting: breaking the continuity of a conversation with one’s own statements.
- Doodling: to scribble or make rough drawings, absent-mindedly.
- Irritable: having or showing a tendency to be easily annoyed.
- Gambling: to play games of chance for money; bet.
- Travel-sick: suffering from nausea caused by the motion of a moving vehicle, boat, or aircraft.
- Sensitive: having or displaying a quick and delicate appreciation of others’ feelings.
- Melancholy: a feeling of pensive sadness, typically with no obvious cause.
- Chewing gum: the exercise of chewing flavoured gum which is not intended for swallowing.
- Fidgeting: to make small movements, especially of the hands and feet, through nervousness or impatience.
- Skeptical: not easily convinced; having doubts or reservations.
- Neat-freak: compulsively obsessed with cleanliness.
- Gossiping: divulging personal information about others.
- Prim: feeling or showing disapproval of anything regarded as improper; stiffly correct.
- Abbreviating: Giving others nicknames/shortening names/giving pet names.
- Having a catchphrase: having a sentence or phrase typically associated with a specific person.
✿ ♕ ❀ —
❝I'm not entirely sure what you
classify as a ‘good party’, but I
doubt your definition would be
accurate.❞ There’s parties, and
then there’s good parties. And
he just doesn’t look like the type
to know the right kind of people
for the ‘good parties.’
well, that’s just rude. she doesn’t even
know him, so how is she supposed to
make the assessment that he doesn’t
know what a good party is?
❝ okay, then how about you
let me prove it? i’ll take you
to a good party, and then
you can tell me whether i’m
accurate in my definition or
not. sound fair? ❞