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Af, Ass, and Big Dick: fleur-cannnon: afairlypudgycat: whiskeyworen: jaxblade: norseminuteman: red-faced-wolf: kasaron: bears-for-the-bear-god: the-goddamn-doomguy: captainsnoop: big dick energy Exactly the kind of response Doomguy should get when he walks into a room with other humans. This is genuinely beyond big dick energy It’s honestly Argent Phallus Energy (APE) Holy shit Everyone is talking about key-card guy, but my favorite is the dude who tries to hide behind his swivel chair. Babe, babe, No, Doomguy jumps dick first into hell portals on an hourly basis and pops berserker power ups like your mom pops xanax. That chair aint doin SHIT.  Also I love how they don’t just seem to be afraid of the fact that the apex predator of the Legions of Armageddon just walked in. They are acting like they think he might attack them, because you know the UAC has waged a serious PR war against Doom-Chad while he’s been kicking ass on Mars/Hell.   ALPHA AF!!! I just love the fact that DoomGuy spots the keycard on the dude’s lanyard, and instead of doing a vicious yank, or simply snapping it off the lanyard like he always does, he very, VERY carefully takes it, and slowly pulls the dude to the scanner, before letting him go.For a dude filled with eternal rage and seething violence, that was remarkably polite of him. It was almost his “…Excuse me. I require this. Pardon my reach.”Then that poor marine. “Hey YOU! You can’t… be… here…” DoomGuy just casually approaches, looks at him, looks at his gun, and then still remarkably politely, just takes it. Doesn’t wrench it away, or kill the guy, or anything violent. Just reaches out and retrieves it. Again, like “You are doing a fine job. That’s a fine weapon. Mind if I see it? *takes it and walks away*”It’s as if he’s being very, VERY careful not to harm normal humans (or whatever augmented humans those armored marines qualify as), saving his violence specifically for the Daemonic.Kinda supports my idea that DoomGuy isn’t neccessarily a bloodthirsty raging psycho. He’s a guy who has seen so much, done SO MUCH… that he’s calm. He’s so far beyond wrath at the demons that he’s entered a weird Calm and just LIVES there. Nothing shakes him of it. He doesn’t grunt, he doesn’t yell, he doesn’t scream, he just breathes and moves on. New demon? Well, it’ll bleed like the last. He doesn’t revel in combat, he just moves through it like walking through air; it’s a function of existence for him. Doomguy dissociating 100% of the time Within the first few minutes of Doom 2016 and throughout much of the remainder of the game it’s clear that Doomguy values human life A LOT. Humans are never his enemy, it’s the demons. He looks at the dead man in the elevator as Hayden says something along the lines of “I swear it was for the greater good.” Doomguy sees right in front of him it wasn’t, and I betcha right then Doomguy was against Hayden. Doomguy doesn’t take kindly to crimes against humanity, even if accidental.
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Exactly the kind of response Doomguy should get when he walks into a room with other humans.


This is genuinely beyond big dick energy

It’s honestly Argent Phallus Energy (APE)


Holy shit 

Everyone is talking about key-card guy, but my favorite is the dude who tries to hide behind his swivel chair. Babe, babe, No, Doomguy jumps dick first into hell portals on an hourly basis and pops berserker power ups like your mom pops xanax. That chair aint doin SHIT. 
Also I love how they don’t just seem to be afraid of the fact that the apex predator of the Legions of Armageddon just walked in. They are acting like they think he might attack them, because you know the UAC has waged a serious PR war against Doom-Chad while he’s been kicking ass on Mars/Hell.  

ALPHA AF!!!

I just love the fact that DoomGuy spots the keycard on the dude’s lanyard, and instead of doing a vicious yank, or simply snapping it off the lanyard like he always does, he very, VERY carefully takes it, and slowly pulls the dude to the scanner, before letting him go.For a dude filled with eternal rage and seething violence, that was remarkably polite of him. It was almost his “…Excuse me. I require this. Pardon my reach.”Then that poor marine. “Hey YOU! You can’t… be… here…” DoomGuy just casually approaches, looks at him, looks at his gun, and then still remarkably politely, just takes it. Doesn’t wrench it away, or kill the guy, or anything violent. Just reaches out and retrieves it. Again, like “You are doing a fine job. That’s a fine weapon. Mind if I see it? *takes it and walks away*”It’s as if he’s being very, VERY careful not to harm normal humans (or whatever augmented humans those armored marines qualify as), saving his violence specifically for the Daemonic.Kinda supports my idea that DoomGuy isn’t neccessarily a bloodthirsty raging psycho. He’s a guy who has seen so much, done SO MUCH… that he’s calm. He’s so far beyond wrath at the demons that he’s entered a weird Calm and just LIVES there. Nothing shakes him of it. He doesn’t grunt, he doesn’t yell, he doesn’t scream, he just breathes and moves on. New demon? Well, it’ll bleed like the last. He doesn’t revel in combat, he just moves through it like walking through air; it’s a function of existence for him.

Doomguy dissociating 100% of the time


Within the first few minutes of Doom 2016 and throughout much of the remainder of the game it’s clear that Doomguy values human life A LOT. Humans are never his enemy, it’s the demons. He looks at the dead man in the elevator as Hayden says something along the lines of “I swear it was for the greater good.” Doomguy sees right in front of him it wasn’t, and I betcha right then Doomguy was against Hayden. Doomguy doesn’t take kindly to crimes against humanity, even if accidental.

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Cookies, Creepy, and God: themetaisawesome: tsunasty: deafonyourleft: totallytrailbreaker: skellydun: rip santa. Working in Retail in under 3 minutes i had to watch this like 5 times because of no captions but lmao if someone makes a transcript for this it would be bomb transcript:“So we have these Santas at work, right, okay? We have black and we have white Santas. And they’re like creepy, five-foot tall, lifelike animatronic… like, Santas that hold plates of cookies and milk, and they kinda look like they could wake up and come to life and murder you in your sleep– and they don’t include batteries, but we have these Santas. Like nothing screams ‘festive holiday cheer’ like a big, hulking Santa. Um. Nothin’ will jingle your jangles more.So, um, this woman comes in and she’s like, “Do you have these?” and I’m like, “Oh my god, yeah!” So a couple weeks ago we sold out of our white Santas, and we are down to like, three black Santas. And so, I take her to the aisle, I show her the Santas, and the first thing out of her mouth is, “I’m not racist, but…” and I’m like, well, I can’t– I’m not in the position to decide if you are or not, but if like– if I could use context clues and infer, uh, I would say maybe that you might be. And three, we’re talking about Santa. Like– (stuttering) did we switch subjects?And so, um, I’m in like, I– the next thing that pops out of her mouth is like, “This is not right.” and I’m like, okay, I’m sorry, but this is what the picture was. And she’s like, “No. Santa is white.” And I’m like, oh no, okay. Okay. So I’m in– I’m about to tell her, I’m like, mid-sentence, like, “I’m sorry, do you want me to go call another store, do you need me to, like, write you a raincheck just in case we we get any more.” And she’s like, “This is wrong, I want them taken down.” She interrupts me, says that, and I’m like, (pause). I like, look around, and I’m like, is she talking to me? Is this, like, my own, like, personal hell? But like, of course it is.So, um, I’m like, “I can’t take these Santas down.” And she’s like, “Why not?!” And I’m like, “You either have to buy them, or take them down yourself.” And that was like, the stupidest thing I could have ever said, because– (sighs) she takes this bag, with like, Jesus’s face, like, slammed right in the middle as a design– it’s big– she takes it off her shoulder, and starts beating these black Santas! She starts beating these Santas down, they were like, falling down… and I’m like, oh my god! What– what is happening?So like, I step in the middle of her and these Santas and I’m like, “Ma’am, ma’am, you need to leave, you need to stop, or I’m going to have to call someone.” So she like, stops, and she’s like, beet red, and like, huffin’ and puffin’, and she like, looks at me and I can tell she’s just trying to get like, a one-liner in, and she’s like, “The Santa I know is white.” And then she walks away. And I’m like, well– I’m processing what’s happening, while also thinking, like, the Santa you know? Santa’s not real. So unless you’re using an ouija board to contact good old Kris Kringle, um, from like, B.C. or whenever, I’m like, that’s pretty impressive, but how ya doin’ that. And, um, I– the last thought that ran through my mind is that, I’m like, I would hate to be in the room with her when she finds out that Jesus is not white.” ‘‘Tis the season
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i had to watch this like 5 times because of no captions but lmao if someone makes a transcript for this it would be bomb

transcript:“So we have these Santas at work, right, okay? We have black and we have white Santas. And they’re like creepy, five-foot tall, lifelike animatronic… like, Santas that hold plates of cookies and milk, and they kinda look like they could wake up and come to life and murder you in your sleep– and they don’t include batteries, but we have these Santas. Like nothing screams ‘festive holiday cheer’ like a big, hulking Santa. Um. Nothin’ will jingle your jangles more.So, um, this woman comes in and she’s like, “Do you have these?” and I’m like, “Oh my god, yeah!” So a couple weeks ago we sold out of our white Santas, and we are down to like, three black Santas. And so, I take her to the aisle, I show her the Santas, and the first thing out of her mouth is, “I’m not racist, but…” and I’m like, well, I can’t– I’m not in the position to decide if you are or not, but if like– if I could use context clues and infer, uh, I would say maybe that you might be. And three, we’re talking about Santa. Like– (stuttering) did we switch subjects?And so, um, I’m in like, I– the next thing that pops out of her mouth is like, “This is not right.” and I’m like, okay, I’m sorry, but this is what the picture was. And she’s like, “No. Santa is white.” And I’m like, oh no, okay. Okay. So I’m in– I’m about to tell her, I’m like, mid-sentence, like, “I’m sorry, do you want me to go call another store, do you need me to, like, write you a raincheck just in case we we get any more.” And she’s like, “This is wrong, I want them taken down.” She interrupts me, says that, and I’m like, (pause). I like, look around, and I’m like, is she talking to me? Is this, like, my own, like, personal hell? But like, of course it is.So, um, I’m like, “I can’t take these Santas down.” And she’s like, “Why not?!” And I’m like, “You either have to buy them, or take them down yourself.” And that was like, the stupidest thing I could have ever said, because– (sighs) she takes this bag, with like, Jesus’s face, like, slammed right in the middle as a design– it’s big– she takes it off her shoulder, and starts beating these black Santas! She starts beating these Santas down, they were like, falling down… and I’m like, oh my god! What– what is happening?So like, I step in the middle of her and these Santas and I’m like, “Ma’am, ma’am, you need to leave, you need to stop, or I’m going to have to call someone.” So she like, stops, and she’s like, beet red, and like, huffin’ and puffin’, and she like, looks at me and I can tell she’s just trying to get like, a one-liner in, and she’s like, “The Santa I know is white.” And then she walks away. And I’m like, well– I’m processing what’s happening, while also thinking, like, the Santa you know? Santa’s not real. So unless you’re using an ouija board to contact good old Kris Kringle, um, from like, B.C. or whenever, I’m like, that’s pretty impressive, but how ya doin’ that. And, um, I– the last thought that ran through my mind is that, I’m like, I would hate to be in the room with her when she finds out that Jesus is not white.”


‘‘Tis the season

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Bad, Head, and Love: firesnaps I had someone tell me that dislike of Umbridge is usually from ingrained sexism toward female villains. I kind of stared in shock-I mean I love my lady villains I love nasty female villains. I love sneaky and clever female villains. I love female villains that wrap themselves up in what the patriarchy expects of them and uses those expectations to smash someone upside the head I tried to explain my hatred of Umbridge isn't that she's full of traditionally feminine attributes It's that she's lawful evil If you did an alignment chart, no one would represent lawful evil more thar Umbridge. I don't think there's ever been a character that better sums up lawful evil. And, to me, lawful evil is the most terrifying and disturbing evil there is To me, lawful evil is the shit that gets thousands of people killed while the person responsible walks away feeling like they did their duty Evil forces like Bellatrix and Voldemort are fairy tales. They're the bad guys a good guy can chase away with a sword or wand Umbridge is that evil that really does lurk in the hearts of men (and women). The realness, the plausibility of it, makes her amazingly uncomfortable So, yeah, I can't get as excited about her as a fantasy book creation as easily as some other female villains. Not because she's a woman, or because of her gender presentation, but because she represents a sort of evil that's far, far too close to home too-bassoon Voldemort is stereotypically scary, but he's a very unreal kind of scary. Umbridge is different. Everyone's had an umbridge the-cimmerians yes because lawful evil wraps itself in righteousness and oppresses you through approved systems and hierarchies that nobody is supposed to question Source.firesnaps 102,194 notes The scariest fictional villains are the ones most likely to be real
Bad, Head, and Love: firesnaps
 I had someone tell me that dislike of Umbridge is usually from ingrained sexism
 toward female villains. I kind of stared in shock-I mean I love my lady villains
 I love nasty female villains. I love sneaky and clever female villains. I love female
 villains that wrap themselves up in what the patriarchy expects of them and uses
 those expectations to smash someone upside the head
 I tried to explain my hatred of Umbridge isn't that she's full of traditionally
 feminine attributes
 It's that she's lawful evil
 If you did an alignment chart, no one would represent lawful evil more thar
 Umbridge. I don't think there's ever been a character that better sums up lawful
 evil.
 And, to me, lawful evil is the most terrifying and disturbing evil there is
 To me, lawful evil is the shit that gets thousands of people killed while the person
 responsible walks away feeling like they did their duty
 Evil forces like Bellatrix and Voldemort are fairy tales. They're the bad guys a
 good guy can chase away with a sword or wand
 Umbridge is that evil that really does lurk in the hearts of men (and women). The
 realness, the plausibility of it, makes her amazingly uncomfortable
 So, yeah, I can't get as excited about her as a fantasy book creation as easily as
 some other female villains. Not because she's a woman, or because of her
 gender presentation, but because she represents a sort of evil that's far, far too
 close to home
 too-bassoon
 Voldemort is stereotypically scary, but he's a very unreal kind of scary. Umbridge
 is different. Everyone's had an umbridge
 the-cimmerians
 yes because lawful evil wraps itself in righteousness and oppresses you through
 approved systems and hierarchies that nobody is supposed to question
 Source.firesnaps
 102,194 notes
The scariest fictional villains are the ones most likely to be real

The scariest fictional villains are the ones most likely to be real

Head, Hello, and Netflix: EXCLUSIVE RACIST SPACEY Security firm boss accuses actor of using N-word to describe his staff on set SECURIT READ A security company boss has accused Kevin Spacey of racism claiming the disgraced actor used the N-word to describe black staff who were working on the House Of Cards set. Earl Blue, 51, is the head of VIP Protective Services, which managed on-set security in 2012 during the shoot for the first season of the Netflix hit. Earl said Spacey refused to acknowledge black team members when they greeted him or shake their hands and he heard the actor tell his personal security manager: 'l don't want n*"ers watching my trailer." SECURIT EAIIAN Earl Blue, pictured right, with his business partner William Spencer Earl said he knew he 'might have a situation' with Spacey on the first day of filming in Baltimore when he and one of his supervisors, called Eric Lyles, were introduced to the actor. He said: 'The locations manager wanted to introduce him to me and my supervisor for the company and then meet a police officer who was handling the police situation. 'So Spacey comes out of the trailer and the locations manager says, "Kevin, I just want to introduce you to the security team." He introduced me, the supervisor, and the policeman by name. 'Kevin is standing right next to me. He looks me up and down, looks at my supervisor up and down, and reaches across us to shake the hand of the police officer and then walks away We are all standing there looking at each other like, "OK, that was awkward." 'From that point on we had a security officer posted outside of his trailer and my security force is predominantly African-American. 'Every time he walked back he would look at this black officer but he wouldn't even speak. He never spoke to my security guards but he was talking to everyone else. He even talked to the location manager that tried to introduce us to start with 'He talked to all the police officers, laughing and joking with them. Lyles, a 47-year-old who has worked in the security industry for 17 years, also recalls the alleged incident. He said: 'l always meet the stars and see what they're like, what their likes and dislikes are When I went to meet Mr Spacey to say hello to him, I went to extend my hand to him to shake his and he didn't want to shake my hand. I have never had that problem before As company boss, Earl said he would usually position himself next to the main talent, so he was stationed around 15 to 20 feet from Spacey's trailer. He claims that every time the actor left to go on set, he would lock the door behind him and start to walk away before turning around and checking the door a second time Earl said: 'He would look at me, walk back to his trailer and check to make sure the door was locked <p><a href="https://realamerican.tumblr.com/post/169795138780/you-really-believe-this" class="tumblr_blog">realamerican</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>You really believe this?</p></blockquote> <p>I don’t know if I do or not. I wasn’t there. But Spacey has shown himself to be a pretty shitty person so who knows.</p>
Head, Hello, and Netflix: EXCLUSIVE
 RACIST
 SPACEY
 Security firm boss accuses
 actor of using N-word to
 describe his staff on set
 SECURIT
 READ

 A security company boss has accused Kevin
 Spacey of racism claiming the disgraced actor
 used the N-word to describe black staff who were
 working on the House Of Cards set.
 Earl Blue, 51, is the head of VIP Protective
 Services, which managed on-set security in 2012
 during the shoot for the first season of the Netflix
 hit.
 Earl said Spacey refused to acknowledge black
 team members when they greeted him or shake
 their hands and he heard the actor tell his
 personal security manager: 'l don't want n*"ers
 watching my trailer."
 SECURIT
 EAIIAN
 Earl Blue, pictured right, with his business partner
 William Spencer

 Earl said he knew he 'might have a situation' with
 Spacey on the first day of filming in Baltimore
 when he and one of his supervisors, called Eric
 Lyles, were introduced to the actor.
 He said: 'The locations manager wanted to
 introduce him to me and my supervisor for the
 company and then meet a police officer who was
 handling the police situation.
 'So Spacey comes out of the trailer and the
 locations manager says, "Kevin, I just want to
 introduce you to the security team." He
 introduced me, the supervisor, and the policeman
 by name.
 'Kevin is standing right next to me. He looks me
 up and down, looks at my supervisor up and
 down, and reaches across us to shake the hand
 of the police officer and then walks away
 We are all standing there looking at each other
 like, "OK, that was awkward."
 'From that point on we had a security officer
 posted outside of his trailer and my security force
 is predominantly African-American.
 'Every time he walked back he would look at this
 black officer but he wouldn't even speak.

 He never spoke to my security guards but he
 was talking to everyone else. He even talked to
 the location manager that tried to introduce us to
 start with
 'He talked to all the police officers, laughing and
 joking with them.
 Lyles, a 47-year-old who has worked in the
 security industry for 17 years, also recalls the
 alleged incident.
 He said: 'l always meet the stars and see what
 they're like, what their likes and dislikes are
 When I went to meet Mr Spacey to say hello to
 him, I went to extend my hand to him to shake
 his and he didn't want to shake my hand. I have
 never had that problem before
 As company boss, Earl said he would usually
 position himself next to the main talent, so he
 was stationed around 15 to 20 feet from Spacey's
 trailer.
 He claims that every time the actor left to go on
 set, he would lock the door behind him and start
 to walk away before turning around and checking
 the door a second time
 Earl said: 'He would look at me, walk back to his
 trailer and check to make sure the door was
 locked
<p><a href="https://realamerican.tumblr.com/post/169795138780/you-really-believe-this" class="tumblr_blog">realamerican</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>You really believe this?</p></blockquote>

<p>I don’t know if I do or not. I wasn’t there. But Spacey has shown himself to be a pretty shitty person so who knows.</p>

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