americas-sick-kicks:

wait hold on.

Billy had two younger brothers. And after Teddy’s mom died he moved in with the Kaplans. And then for a short time after Children’s Crusade Tommy was living with them too. So the Kaplans already had three children, one of whom had reality warping magic, and then god bless them they practically adopted two more with superpowers.

their household must have been a mess Jeff and Rebecca Kaplan are truly strong people.

If you need help, I’m just next to you!

stuckinthedaydream

I saw this and thought of you


And we were golden. [x]

And we were golden. [x]

Reblog - posted 1 day ago - via daceymormonts - org heytonks
#hp
89 Features Missing from The Sims 4

sims4news:

Thank you to Bflury on TS3 Forums for organizing this list! I fixed a lot of spelling/grammar/writing issues for you guys…enjoy!

Everything below has been 100% confirmed, excluding the final category.

This is a list of features that were COMPLETELY CUT or REDUCED from previous iterations of The Sims. It DOES NOT include missing expansion pack content that should be base by now (i.e. Weather) or new features promised for Sims 4 that were later cut (i.e. Woohoo Skill).

Lastly, it is important to understand that much of this content will NEVER be in The Sims 4. Things like Create a Style are not compatible with the game engine, and thus cannot be added in future updates or expansions.

MAJOR MISSING FEATURES THAT WERE IN TS3:

  • No create a style (CAST) - NOT possible in future expansions (x) 
  • No modifications to world/public spaces - The park in the demo is a mix of a community lot and public space (x1) (x2) 
  • No “normal” careers - Law enforcementMedicalBusiness, etc. were removed (x)
  • No open world - You must incur a loading screen between each active lot; each neighborhood has 1-5 lots total (x1) (x2) 
  • No pools (x) 
  • No terrain tools other than paint; everything is perfectly flat (x) 
  • No story progression - Sims in the neighborhood age, but do not have children, get jobs, move, get married…etc. without player intervention (x) 
  • No toddlers (x)
  • No way to create/place new lots - And you only have 2 empty ones at the start of the game!
  • No Mac version of the game at release

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thejunglenook:

sinbadism:

glowcloud:

pinkmaned:

muscleprincess:

muscleprincess:

(INDIGNANT HUFFING) NOT ALL M……ale lions

the more i think about it, the weirder this comment seems. how does this man know that being a male lion is more stressful than being a female lion. has he lived as both a female and male lion before. is this man an Animorph

I

male lions rights activist

as a big cat fanatic and a zoo veteran: 
male lions are lazy fucks. they CHOOSE to fight cos they’re BORED.

As a professional Ethologist who specializes in apex predator and primate behavior, I can fully support this lazy lion notion.See this gorgeous guy? 
This is Zero, the most photographed lion in National Geographic history (so I’ve been told). While his huge frame and two-toned mane make him an intimidating sight, he is essentially the biggest baby I observed while in South Africa.
You would hear these deep roaring moans echo across the reserve… and it was Zero, whining for the girls (Maggie and Lisa) to bring him food. The lazy bum would just roll around in the river bed moaning and groaning until the females would show up with a kill. 
Sure, he could fight if there happened to be a rival male in the area. And his ‘mock charge’ display was intimidating enough to keep just about everyone* out of his way… but 99% of the time this guy was all about moaning (for food), mating, and mane-flips.
* - The only animal not run off by Zero’s display was a honey badger, who - true to form - did not care.

thejunglenook:

sinbadism:

glowcloud:

pinkmaned:

muscleprincess:

muscleprincess:

(INDIGNANT HUFFING) NOT ALL M……ale lions

the more i think about it, the weirder this comment seems. how does this man know that being a male lion is more stressful than being a female lion. has he lived as both a female and male lion before. is this man an Animorph

I

male lions rights activist

as a big cat fanatic and a zoo veteran: 

male lions are lazy fucks. they CHOOSE to fight cos they’re BORED.

As a professional Ethologist who specializes in apex predator and primate behavior, I can fully support this lazy lion notion.
See this gorgeous guy? 

This is Zero, the most photographed lion in National Geographic history (so I’ve been told). While his huge frame and two-toned mane make him an intimidating sight, he is essentially the biggest baby I observed while in South Africa.

You would hear these deep roaring moans echo across the reserve… and it was Zero, whining for the girls (Maggie and Lisa) to bring him food. The lazy bum would just roll around in the river bed moaning and groaning until the females would show up with a kill. 

Sure, he could fight if there happened to be a rival male in the area. And his ‘mock charge’ display was intimidating enough to keep just about everyone* out of his way… but 99% of the time this guy was all about moaning (for food), mating, and mane-flips.

* - The only animal not run off by Zero’s display was a honey badger, who - true to form - did not care.

Reblog - posted 1 day ago - via rinielle

    Dean had read comic books his whole life and was certain Harry was a superhero (it was all there: origin story, sidekicks and supervillain). Dean’s faith in him never wavered, through slander and all. Superheroes needed people as much as the other way around; The-Boy-Who-Lived was a heavy name to bear and Dean would make sure he would never feel alone.    The realization came slower for Dean himself, that he too, with his wand and broom, could be part-Superman, part-Iceman, a bit of Thor, and a bit of Drax if he worked on his Quaffle-catching reflexes (nothing went over his head). When the Ministry established the Muggle-Born Registration Commission, Dean found his days marked. He packed his bag in the night, slid his box of comics out from under his bed, and owled his favorite issue to Seamus, with a coded letter of his plans. Time to save the world, Dean thought, zipping up his jacket. If they survived the year, maybe they could finally take to the rooftops of Muggle London like he had half-joked and protect the city as robed crusaders. He was surprised not more wizards did.

    Dean had read comic books his whole life and was certain Harry was a superhero (it was all there: origin story, sidekicks and supervillain). Dean’s faith in him never wavered, through slander and all. Superheroes needed people as much as the other way around; The-Boy-Who-Lived was a heavy name to bear and Dean would make sure he would never feel alone.
    The realization came slower for Dean himself, that he too, with his wand and broom, could be part-Superman, part-Iceman, a bit of Thor, and a bit of Drax if he worked on his Quaffle-catching reflexes (nothing went over his head). When the Ministry established the Muggle-Born Registration Commission, Dean found his days marked. He packed his bag in the night, slid his box of comics out from under his bed, and owled his favorite issue to Seamus, with a coded letter of his plans. Time to save the world, Dean thought, zipping up his jacket. If they survived the year, maybe they could finally take to the rooftops of Muggle London like he had half-joked and protect the city as robed crusaders. He was surprised not more wizards did.