Monty Python and the Holy Grail Horse Action Figure.
Something quickly done as a passing idea. They’d be the best Delivery firm. I’d always have a smile on my face when I get a package.
Rilakkuma in Ikebukuro, Tokyo
Strength and Unity— A Legend of Korra AU
Republic City is known for its metalbending police force, led by the renowned Lin Beifong, daughter of the even more renowned Toph Beifong. Metalbenders spend years enduring intense training in order to hone their skills and become the best of the best.
Why metalbenders? To minimize damage to Avatar Aang’s beloved city. Lin would die before seeing the former avatar’s city ripped to shreds by all-out bending brawls (not to mention it would be nice to keep damage costs low).
By the time a metalbender has completed his or her training, they’re paired up with a chi-blocker partner and operate for the rest of their career as half of a two-man squad. The purpose of Chi-blockers is simple: to neutralize criminals, whether they’re able to bend or not. A skilled chi-blocker and metalbender team can shut down what seems like an impossible operation with little to no damage done at all. Each chi-blocker is equipped with a pair of fans as per the chi-blocking/kyoshi warrior training integration tradition, and a kodachi instead of the longer sword wielded by the ancient kyoshi warriors for freer movement.
The two-man teams are partners for life; the better they get along, the better they will fare in the field.
Dan and Kouta do not get along.
Dan graduated near the top of her class at the metalbending academy— among her classmates she is unmatched in power and has excellent precision, but tends to be impatient and sour. She would much rather work alone, which doesn’t leave a lot of wiggle room for her partner, Kouta. Kouta isn’t exactly a hard hitter, but his work ethic and quick reflexes caught the attention of a chi-blocker recruiter, and he jumped at the opportunity. While cheerful, he’s a bit disheartened that Dan seems to constantly be trying to shake him.
When the two finally do start warming up to each other, Amon strikes. How do you deal with a revolution between benders and non-benders when the police force is divided between the two? With Councilman Tarrlok attempting to demonize nonbenders and chaos stirring in the heart of Republic City, Dan must learn that perhaps things aren’t split quite so fifty-fifty in the world, and she and Kouta must aid Lin in coming up with a solution that will strengthen and unite the police force for the good of everyone.
Drive-thru invisible driver prank
> THIS IS WHAT A FRICKING PRANK IS ABOUT! Harmless, gives people a story for a fricking lifetime, brightens people’s day. So glad we got past those douchey pranks like fire in the hole.
> I’m glad to see a drive thru prank that doesn’t completely humiliate the employees.
> He should take one for the team and purposely get pulled over. I want a cop’s reaction.
> I lost it at the guy who kept opening and closing the window and turning around like when he turned back someone was going to be there. That was gold.
> That had greater reactions than I expected. Also… ‘REALLY’
> I wish he had’ve driven off more when they were looking.
> Black people reactions are the best.
> He should’ve gone for the “I’m a ghost” line more, that was hilarious.
Since my recap of 2.10 was so well-received, I’ve decided to do one for all the past episodes as well.
Ellen scaring Taylor Swift
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