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Being Alone, Anaconda, and Animals: ugly fuckthekxng gokishi man you know what I want? a superhero series where they have powers that 100% contradict their personalities. a fishermans daughter who lives by the sea, swims every day, learns that she can control fire. a boy whos mortified of heights but realizes he can use antigravity and hates it. someone who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers extreme fear around animals, can now communicate with them. they're all disgusted by their powers. uss-assbutt yes good but what about the character development as they learn to cope with their powers and overcome their fears the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the ocean armed with waterproof matches to practice so nothing goes wrong, building her confidence with the sea as her safety net, being so proud when she figures out how to heat the air just enough that she dries off instantly after swimming the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights, realizing that he can catch himself if he ever falls, standing swaying on top of playground sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely hover down (and not fall on his face again) the girl's terror lessening as the previously terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park turns into a chorus of ba ball! throw me the ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir- re!!" and learning to communicate back, have them listen to her, learning how to calm down a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting, discovering that the scary dog down the street is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her fear in the face and learning its secrets because being disgusted with their powers is interesting, but I want to see people learning to love even the scary and contradictory parts of themselves Source: gokishi 488,193 notes omg-humor:Coming soon!!
Being Alone, Anaconda, and Animals: ugly
 fuckthekxng
 gokishi
 man you know what I want? a superhero
 series where they have powers that 100%
 contradict their personalities. a fishermans
 daughter who lives by the sea, swims every
 day, learns that she can control fire. a boy
 whos mortified of heights but realizes he
 can use antigravity and hates it. someone
 who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers
 extreme fear around animals, can now
 communicate with them. they're all disgusted
 by their powers.
 uss-assbutt
 yes good but what about the character
 development as they learn to cope with their
 powers and overcome their fears
 the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the
 ocean armed with waterproof matches to
 practice so nothing goes wrong, building her
 confidence with the sea as her safety net,
 being so proud when she figures out how to
 heat the air just enough that she dries off
 instantly after swimming
 the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights,
 realizing that he can catch himself if he ever
 falls, standing swaying on top of playground
 sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely
 hover down (and not fall on his face again)
 the girl's terror lessening as the previously
 terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park
 turns into a chorus of ba ball! throw me the
 ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir-
 re!!" and learning to communicate back, have
 them listen to her, learning how to calm down
 a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting,
 discovering that the scary dog down the street
 is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her
 fear in the face and learning its secrets
 because being disgusted with their powers is
 interesting, but I want to see people learning
 to love even the scary and contradictory parts
 of themselves
 Source: gokishi
 488,193 notes
omg-humor:Coming soon!!

omg-humor:Coming soon!!

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some days its worth going on 4chan and wading through the garbage for gems like this

THAT WENT FROM ZERO TO SIXTY REALLY QUICKLY WOW

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Being Alone, Animals, and Confidence: ugly fuckthekxng gokishi man you know what I want? a superhero series where they have powers that 1 00% contradict their personalities. a fishermans daughter who lives by the sea, swims every day, learns that she can control fire. a boy who's mortified of heights but realizes he can use antigravity and hates it. someone who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers extreme fear around animals, can now communicate with them. they're all disgusted by their powers. uss-assbutt yes good but what about the character development as they learn to cope with their powers and overcome their fears the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the ocean armed with waterproof matches to practice so nothing goes wrong, building her confidence with the sea as her safety net, being so proud when she figures out how to heat the air just enough that she dries off instantly after swimming the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights, realizing that he can catch himself if he ever falls, standing swaying on top of playground sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely hover down (and not fall on his face again) the girl's terror lessening as the previously terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park turns into a chorus of "ball! ball! throw me the ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir- re!!" and learning to communicate back, have them listen to her, learning how to calm down a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting, discovering that the scary dog down the street is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her fear in the face and learning its secrets because being disgusted with their powers is interesting, but I want to see people learning to love even the scary and contradictory parts of themselves Source: gokishi 488,193 notes id love a plot like that
Being Alone, Animals, and Confidence: ugly
 fuckthekxng
 gokishi
 man you know what I want? a superhero
 series where they have powers that 1 00%
 contradict their personalities. a fishermans
 daughter who lives by the sea, swims every
 day, learns that she can control fire. a boy
 who's mortified of heights but realizes he
 can use antigravity and hates it. someone
 who was bitten by a dog as a child, suffers
 extreme fear around animals, can now
 communicate with them. they're all disgusted
 by their powers.
 uss-assbutt
 yes good but what about the character
 development as they learn to cope with their
 powers and overcome their fears
 the pyrokinetic swimmer wading out into the
 ocean armed with waterproof matches to
 practice so nothing goes wrong, building her
 confidence with the sea as her safety net,
 being so proud when she figures out how to
 heat the air just enough that she dries off
 instantly after swimming
 the boy slowly overcoming his fear of heights,
 realizing that he can catch himself if he ever
 falls, standing swaying on top of playground
 sets and closing his eyes as he tries to safely
 hover down (and not fall on his face again)
 the girl's terror lessening as the previously
 terrifying cacophony of the dogs at the park
 turns into a chorus of "ball! ball! throw me the
 ball!" "it's me! I'm the good boy!" and "squir-
 re!!" and learning to communicate back, have
 them listen to her, learning how to calm down
 a dog who's overexcited to the point of biting,
 discovering that the scary dog down the street
 is just home alone a lot and lonely, staring her
 fear in the face and learning its secrets
 because being disgusted with their powers is
 interesting, but I want to see people learning
 to love even the scary and contradictory parts
 of themselves
 Source: gokishi
 488,193 notes
id love a plot like that

id love a plot like that