jenfold
jenfold:

nowacking:

iraffiruse:

Some people might feel sorry for themselves in this situation
Puppy don’t care
Puppy’s got stuff to do
Puppy’s got places to be
Puppy’s got people to bark at and things to sniff.

This is ridiculously inspiring

Puppy don’t have to deal with crutches and be non-weight bearing on the broken leg for 12 weeks. I bet he doesn’t have a load of metalwork in his knee either or a blood clot in his lungs from the fracture either.

Keep it real Jen. Keep it real. 

jenfold:

nowacking:

iraffiruse:

Some people might feel sorry for themselves in this situation

Puppy don’t care

Puppy’s got stuff to do

Puppy’s got places to be

Puppy’s got people to bark at and things to sniff.

This is ridiculously inspiring

Puppy don’t have to deal with crutches and be non-weight bearing on the broken leg for 12 weeks. I bet he doesn’t have a load of metalwork in his knee either or a blood clot in his lungs from the fracture either.

Keep it real Jen. Keep it real. 

Call me weird, but with the recent obsession in film of sticking bad guys in transparent prisons I always have to wonder where they’re supposed to, you know…go. I mean surely even evil needs to use the toilet facilities from time to time. It’s a question that has kept me awake on nights.*
In the case of Loki’s glass prison in The Avengers, I have just noticed a person sized door on the left hand column and I propose to you that that is a small loo. Given the prison was intended for The Hulk it’s a little on the pokey side, but it would be fine for Bruce Banner. 
So there we go, mystery solved. There are doors in the right hand column too. Presumably that’s the mini fridge stocked with a range of complimentary snacks and that Shield branded bottled water they keep drinking in AoS. 
Now if I could just work out the logic behind the Skyfall glass prison, I would feel a whole lot better.
* It really hasn’t.

Call me weird, but with the recent obsession in film of sticking bad guys in transparent prisons I always have to wonder where they’re supposed to, you know…go. I mean surely even evil needs to use the toilet facilities from time to time. It’s a question that has kept me awake on nights.*

In the case of Loki’s glass prison in The Avengers, I have just noticed a person sized door on the left hand column and I propose to you that that is a small loo. Given the prison was intended for The Hulk it’s a little on the pokey side, but it would be fine for Bruce Banner. 

So there we go, mystery solved. There are doors in the right hand column too. Presumably that’s the mini fridge stocked with a range of complimentary snacks and that Shield branded bottled water they keep drinking in AoS. 

Now if I could just work out the logic behind the Skyfall glass prison, I would feel a whole lot better.

* It really hasn’t.