coffeetime88

    Superman vs Goku: 20 pages of two grown men playing Tag. Eventually Batman and King Kai convince them to stop.

    Superman vs Naruto: 30 pages of the deepest therapy you've ever read. Absolutely beautiful. Words cannot describe the healing.

    Superman vs One-Punch Man: Just a bunch of 4-panel comics about the differences between Clark Kent's Midwestern and Saitama's Japanese hospitality. There is at least one section where both go into the same grocery store with the exact same grocery list, while the store is running low on stock.

    dasha-aibo

    Superman VS Kamen Rider: Takeshi Hongo going into a long-winded story about how he fought Shocket that one time, Clark patiently sits down and listens to it, even though he's heard it at least five times before.

    how places in cities are named in fantasy stories: Everyone knows the tragic story of why this square is called The Square Of Crimson Lilies. It was named so because 300 years ago King Evil Fuck had people slaughtered here, and their blood stained and dyed the flowers that were being sold there by an innocent flower girl, and a famous poet wrote a poem about the grievous sight.

    how places in cities are named in real life: This area of the city is named Pigsbeating Cross, because 300 years ago the village miller beat the blacksmith's pig to death at a crossroads, and since the miller was such a huge dick about it, nobody ever let him live it down and kept referring to that specific crossroads as "that crossroads where the miller beat that pig", which shortened over time. By the time the larger nearby town had spread far enough to annex the village, nobody alive could remember why that area near Formerly-An-Independent-Village is called Pigsbeating Cross.

    zhewhoisfate

    Broke: vulcans don’t play games, as they are illogical

    Woke: vulcans absolutely play games as resting so as to recuperate after exertion is highly logical and they have a marked preference for the Terran game, chess

    Third eye slaming open at 4:27am: vulcans love poker. They won’t mention it and they’ll justify it but after first contact they descended on poker like a murder of starving ravens as a unified cultural phenomenon

    hedge-rambles

    I don’t watch Star Trek really but “Competitive emotional suppression with probability assessment and observation skills” is the most Vulcan leisure activity I can imagine. 

    the-dao-of-the-zerg

    This reminds me of the other Vulcan headcanon floating around that says there is a specific Vulcan word for when you come to understand why the word “fuck” is so important. I can’t help but feel like Poker is going to be a great way to teach that word :)

    leap-frogge

    A review of Girls und Panzer

    -As I first started watching this my only knowledge of this was through a video of one of the character going hog wild in a tank, just blasting away.

    -Originally thought it was an anime for dumb stupid perverts and pedophiles

    -Started watching it and realized it was an anime about friendship and tanks

    -It is really cute

    -There are very good bits and the characters are all just having a good time

    -Made me tear up a bit

    -Watched the movie as well

    -Also really good

    -The automotive club, the first year team, and the anzio gang are my favorite group of characters for having good vibes

    -Please take this anime away from perverts because it would have a better reputation

    -Would highly recommend

    Overall it is a solid:

    Heavy tank/Super heavy Tank

    sindri42

    I honestly haven’t seen anybody being pervy about this show, it was just an easy target for the ‘all anime fans are pedophiles’ crowd because they could overlap it with the ‘anybody who studies military history is a nazi’ crowd.

    homunculus-argument

    the universe: okay, you’re a human. I gave you free will and a conscious mind, so you’re free to do whatever you want. So what do you wanna do?

    human: GO FAST

    the universe: well, you’re a perfect pursuit predator but if that’s the way you want to evolve, go ahead.

    human, climbing on a horse: GO FAST

    the universe: wait what

    human, inventing the carriage, the car and the bullet train: GO FASTER

    the universe: I IMPLORE YOU TO STOP

    human, trying to figure out lightspeed travel: FAS T ER

    abstractandedgyname

    human: 

    THEORETICALLY MAXIMUM FAST

    the universe:

    im-just-a-reaction

    How will the people in the ship not get gibbed?

    armedandgayngerous

    Because the warp drive doesn’t actually accelerate the ship, it just makes the space in front of it smaller and the space behind it larger. Or something.

    unlimited-shitpost-works

    it works like this

    image

    Objects cannot accelerate to the speed of light within normal spacetime; instead, the Alcubierre drive shifts space around an object so that the object would arrive at its destination faster than light would in normal space without breaking any physical laws.

    triss19

    A WRINKLE IN TIME IS COMING TRUE 

    fedkaczynski

    We gonna be surfing gravity waves!!

    COWABUNGA SPACE DUDES!

    beans345

    I love how mankind’s solution to ftl is just to bend to rules of reality a little.

    Universe: ok human, with the physical laws as they are you can’t go faster than the speed of light.

    Humanity: ok, let me just figure out how to manipulate space time so I can go FASTER!

    thespectacularspider-girl

    Humans can break the laws of the universe a little.

    As a treat.

    throwitonthepile

    regrettably, still needs components with negative mass to function, but neat nonetheless.

    homunculus-argument

    me at 11: Why the fuck do we have reading comprehension tests in school. Who the fuck is there who can read words but not understand what they're saying. Why are they worried that any of us would read a story where a woman wants to kill puppies and not be able to tell who is the villain of the story. You either can read or you can't, surely there's nobody out there who can understand that letters form words, but can't make sense of the intended messages of written text.

    me now on tumblr: oh.

    feuangfa

    When I was I think in third grade, we read a short story in class. Our teacher asked someone to sum it up and they got a major detail wrong. Then our teacher asked one student after the other and they ALL got it wrong and I was sweating because we were down to like three students and I knew it was wrong but everyone was saying the same thing, so surely I must have made the mistake? And if she called me and I told her my version, surely everyone would laugh at me for getting it wrong? That really stressed me out. She gave up before it was my turn but when she corrected us, it was basically what I had known all along.

    What I learned that day is that peer pressure is real and that reading comprehension isn't something you can take for granted. People will misread things, purposely or not.

    That's something I'm glad I learned early on because it bugs me when people for example write convoluted work emails rather than to stop and wonder how they can keep it short and concise. Even if people read your shit, they might misread it, so why risk that people won't read your BS bulk text email at all?

    homunculus-argument

    me at 11: Why the fuck do we have reading comprehension tests in school. Who the fuck is there who can read words but not understand what they're saying. Why are they worried that any of us would read a story where a woman wants to kill puppies and not be able to tell who is the villain of the story. You either can read or you can't, surely there's nobody out there who can understand that letters form words, but can't make sense of the intended messages of written text.

    me now on tumblr: oh.

    flammenxci

    Me going through the character assessment portion of a job application: Oh! OH YOU SNEAKY BITCH ASS MOTHER FUCKERS!

    me at 11: Why the fuck do we have reading comprehension tests in school. Who the fuck is there who can read words but not understand what they're saying. Why are they worried that any of us would read a story where a woman wants to kill puppies and not be able to tell who is the villain of the story. You either can read or you can't, surely there's nobody out there who can understand that letters form words, but can't make sense of the intended messages of written text.

    me now on tumblr: oh.

    marvel-lous-things

    Bartender: thanks for stopping that bar fight, spiderman. Can I get you a drink? It’s on the house

    Peter: thank you, but I can’t

    Bartender: why not

    Peter:

    Bartender:

    Peter, trying not to give his age away: I’m pregnant

    fuckingships

    Bartender, shook: oh, congratulations, boy or girl?

    Peter, now in full-on panic mode: it’s an uh, spider

    learnyourlessonswell

    I’m seeing stuff in the notes about “Miles would do this” and I just want to say: you’re absolutely right. All Spider-folks across all universes share one (1) singular brain cell and most of the time it’s Gwen’s.

    seananmcguire

    As the current author of Spider-Gwen, I can attest that Gwen has not seen the brain cell in years.

    g-arya

    I finally lay my eyes upon this glorious post myself

    Some person: All things are inherently political!

    Jurakan: WRONG. All things are inherently spiritual, you just haven't noticed because you forsook religion for the secular world.

    Neckbeard with useless degree: All things are inherently philosophical, because you must judge things as good/desirable or bad/undesirable to determine what goal you should be pursuing beyond absolutely basic survival.