The only thing I want in Avengers 2 is Cap picking up Thor’s hammer, totally unaware it should be impossible.
Actually in Marvel lore it is implicitly stated That Steve is one of only a few people on earth actually worthy of carrying Thor’s hammer
I’ve been wanting this since before the first Avengers movie!
i don’t think i’ve ever seen a picture that raises so many questions before in my life
Thug Life finds a way…
This was a case of “Ha ha, that’s funny, totally a post from Chris Sims, wait what, MB posted this?!”
My preconceived notions of who will post what topics on tumblr have been bruised.
[image description: a set of eight lesbian pulp covers, all with ridiculously cheesy and dramatic covers and titles]
I have a goal to read as many of these kinds of books as possible. I own a whole bunch. They were huge inspiration for writing Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space. I want more.
A FACT BOOK
A DELICATE THEME, TREATED HONESTLY AND CANDIDLY
AN ORIGINAL BOOK
"Shocked Undertaker Guy" speaks to WWE.com 
In a moment of sheer WWE.com awesomeness, they tracked down Ellis Mbeh, a.k.a. “Shocked Undertaker Guy”, and got an interview with him. The full interview is here, but these are my favorite moments of the interview:
WWE.COM: You became the unofficial face of 21-1 at the end of The Undertaker match. What was going through your mind at that moment?
ELLIS MBEH: I was actually rooting for Brock Lesnar! For the past few years I’ve been rooting [against The Streak]. I rooted for Triple H, who is my favorite wrestler … I rooted for CM Punk. But I never expected [any of them would win]. I knew Undertaker would win. Somehow, someway, Undertaker always wins. So with Brock, in my head I didn’t think it would actually happen, you know? When it happened, my mind was stopped. It was like, “Oh my God, what happened … I just witnessed history.”
This part, however, made me tear up pretty hardcore.
WWE.COM: You’ve been to two WrestleManias. What were some of the highlights of your experiences?
MBEH: Last year was all about meeting Triple H. His [book, “Building a Better Game”] was the first one I actually read outside of school. It gave me confidence that I could work out. At one point I weighed 375 pounds, and that was in 2010, 2011. Something happened with me in a hospital I couldn’t explain; my blood pressure was really high … I took what I learned from Triple H and just committed myself. Every day I just went to the gym, worked out for hours with what I saw in the book and I just stayed determined. I know for a fact that if I’d never read his book I would not be here.
WWE.COM: What happened when you met him?
MBEH: Someone told me I only had 30 seconds, so I go “OK. I’ll just say what I have to say real quick, show him [my before and after picture] and that’s it.” I’d never been to Axxess before, never been to WrestleMania before.
I get in line and I’m third in line, my wife is right behind me, and the two guys in front of me just walk away. I guess they were going to see other Superstars. So out of nowhere, I was first and I’m crapping my pants. All the planning I had about 30 seconds ago is gone. I see him and he’s like, “How you doin,’ man?” and I go, “Um, I’m good.” He signed my title belt and I said, “I just want to thank you for saving my life,” and I just started crying. I just kept on talking and he just stopped and looked at me and I told him everything.
Like, who in the world gets to [meet] the person who saved their life, you know? People don’t get that moment. And he just listened to everything I said and he said, “I’m proud of you. You say you look up to me, but I’m proud of you.” Just hearing that made me feel like I did something right. He got the camera crew, we did an interview, he told me he was proud of me, he hugged me and that was it, but it meant a lot to me.
That jerked the tears right out of my face. Shocked Undertaker Guy rules in so many ways. It’s awesome that someone who has so much love for the WWE and its performers was part of an immortal moment of television history.
I had a dream that I was filming a movie with Benedict Cumberbatch, where we were both inexplicably dressed as Cinderella. Then the director kept yelling at me when I tried to take a picture.
"cinder-selfie, cinder-selfie, night and day it’s cinder-selfie…"
"CUT! goddammit, Nikki!"