when did we replace the word “said” with “was like”
When it occured to us that “said” implies a direct quote, while “was like” clarifies that you mean to communicate the person’s tone and general point without quoting them word for word.
(Source: pitiful, via eight-0f-hearts)
HEY LUCI THAT PHONE LOOKS FAMILIAR.
There’s so much going on at the end of this issue, but I still found time to feel indignant about the fact that Luci stole Laura’s phone.
So what? She goes home and has to tell her parents that Lucifer stole her phone?
And then that got me really thinking about the repercussions that this situation is going to have for Laura. She’s left in a destroyed prison visitation room, after being the only person present as Luci escaped. At the very least she’s going to be questioned. At worst? The ‘rational’ evidence indicates that she was somehow involved in the escape, that she smuggled something in that enabled Luci to blow the place apart. Which could potentially lead Laura getting arrested. (And really, depending on the significance of the cigarettes, she kinda did…)
This got pretty far away from me for a post that was literally just going to be me pointing out that Luci stole Laura’s phone.
My emotional ramblings aside, this may very well be my favourite panel ever.
But really, this frame got me right in the feels.
Because as must as she likes to play up the vaguely sinister ‘mad bad and dangerous to know’, she still clearly wants people to believe she’s more than that. She wants her fellow gods to support her, but now they haven’t, and everyone else thinks she’s guilty anyway, so she may as well just go along with all of it. Break out of prison, pretend it was all part of the plan, push away her only supporter. But we all friggin know she’s crying inside.
tfw kanojo ga inai
Is no one gonna talk about the fact that in the middle there’s a post that says ‘Justin Bieber makes better music than Beyonce?’
(Source: officialrule34, via iguanamouth)