Opposite of walking into a glass door.
i haVEe been laUAGHING AT thIS FOR 328 YeaRs
I don’t feel bad for this guy at all.
He’s an a-hole who was about to put his grubby handprint on what he thought was a perfectly clean pane of glass, instead of pressing against the wood like a considerate human being.
He got what was coming to him.
Use the handle.
the glass door fandom doesn’t fuck about
When another person makes you suffer, it is because he suffers deeply within himself, and his suffering is spilling over. He does not need punishment; he needs help. That’s the message he is sending.
here you go sarah, I’m terrible at webcams :L (the fringe is a biteen short for my liking)
So you have Tenzin and Unalaq vying to be Korra’s spiritual advisor, two adult men who both think they know what’s best for her, that what they can teach her is the most important thing she’ll learn, that she will be a good Avatar but only if she listens to what they have to say - and while there’s some deconstruction of the Obi-Wan going on here (that the mentor figure might not always be right, might not always be entirely committed to the protagonist’s growth, and might not always be teaching the things the protagonists really need), all of that goes out the window because you also have Jinora.
The small bookish girl who still races air scooters with her younger siblings, and has a burgeoning spiritual connection she doesn’t even understand yet, but who we already know is going to be instrumental in Korra’s spiritual growth.
what a spectacular subversion of the mentor/mentee trope. in a world full of crotchety men trying to tell korra what to do, she’s gonna learn what she needs to learn from a twelve-year-old girl i am so genuinely excited for this
tenzin and unalaq think they’re hot shit but i believe jinora can save the world