"You said to bring a date and a gun," Nick said with a crooked smile. "So I brought a date with a gun.”
"Zane, get that goddamn camera out of my face."
"C’mon, baby it’s not my fault you look so good right now."
"I’ll give you something to look at."
"Grabbing your crotch is not exactly deterring me… Hey. Is that my shirt?"
I saw this photo and between the pose, the Henley, and the fucking torn and faded jeans, I just couldn’t resist. A very minor manip, but an effective one, I think.
I’ve been staring at this for a few days now trying to think of something good to say, but all I can think of is Clint being the guy in the informercials who like can’t manage to do anything right without the help of whatever product the infomercials are trying to sell.
And it is really funny to picture.
And kate making fun of clint because he always buys the stupid products from late night infomercials but can’t even manage to get those to work.
also think about kate using his credit card to order things from the infomercials when he’s sleeping. when they get there he’s all, “i don’t remember buying this…”
and kate just lifts her coffee cup to her mouth and says, all nonchalant, “musta been sleep buying again, clint. you should really try to stop that.”
my finger slipped sorry
My grandmother had this photo of herself as a young woman, and asked if there was anything I could do to make it clearer, and possibly remove the random kid in the background.
I figured while I had it open, I’d see about colourising it. I took a few guesses at the colours, based on traditional Macedonian and Kastorian costumes I found on Google.
Just thought it was kinda neat, so I’m sharing :)
Nick was wearing a sharp three-piece suit with a thin, green silk tie and matching handkerchief in his lapel pocket. It had likely been tailored, because it fit him perfectly. Kelly had never seen it on him before, but goddamn. Nick was watching Kelly with a small smile, one hand in a pocket.
So I maybe got bored and decided to catalogue my makeup collection and then make collages. This is a perfectly healthy and normal thing to do, right?
…after a long moment of staring, Zane knew that he was looking at a picture of a younger, wirier Ty. His hair was different, longer. He had a Van Dyke beard. His face seemed gaunt in a way. He was truly a chameleon. But it was still Ty.
Because tattoos. And scars. And reasons.
Ok, so this particular blue Honda Valkyrie is a 2014 model, making it too recent to actually be Zane’s, but I couldn’t resist.