- accept that no pun is actually Good, but that the true nature of a good pun is to be so terrible that it becomes good.
- say every pun that occurs to you. i’m so serious about this, sometimes the most well received puns will be ones you considered not saying.
- ALWAYS laugh at your own puns, even if nobody else is. (especially if nobody else is.)
- know that you are hilarious. puns are a limitless resource and you have taken it as your duty to bring this gift to humanity. you are a hero.
As far as I can remember our history lessons in ATLA were as follows:
Firebending: The ability to bend fire was given by the dragons to mankind. They were the original masters of fire. The first firebenders were the Sun warriors.
Waterbending: "The original waterbenders learned to bend…
i am pretty sure in all cases that they said the badgermoles bison dragons and moon helped with human’s bending was in the sense that they taught them, not that they were given it by them. Besides, the cultural changes between the events of Wan’s time and now would be phenominal. The Sun warriors could have been a different fire bending island or city, since there were dozens, not just 4.
The events of Wan’s time were so far in the past that the way the societies interacted and behaved are nearly irrelevant, and would most likely be completely lost to time, especially during the 100 year war.
Avatar: The Last Airbender book 3 Fire, Episode17
Aang: “We kissed at the invasion and I thought we were going to be together but we’re not.”
Katara: “Aang, I don’t know.”
Aang: “Why don’t you know?”
Katara: “Because we’re in the middle of a war and we have other things to worry about. This isn’t the right time.”
KORRA ARE YOU PAYING ATTENTION?! KORRA. LISTEN TO KATARA.
I like the new approach cause Korra has frankly got a not so steady relationship, i think it might be good to show them either fighting through the difficulty or breaking up. Story wise its good. I personally amnt a makorra fan and am curious to see if they smooth over the obvious tension between the two.
Korra realising Unalaq’s ulterior motive.
#my heart just broke into a million pieces#unalaq was the first person to let korra make her own decisions#he believed in her not only as the avatar but as a person#she never really felt like anyone believed in her besides mako and a few others#she even has doubts about them because why would they believe in her when shes been told that she hasnt been airbending properly#without completely mastering all 4 elements she feels like she isnt a good enough avatar and needs to learn all she can to become one#with unalaq she feels that she could become successful BECAUSE he believes in her#but when she finally figured out that unalaq only used her avatar powers to take advantage of the spirits to control both water tribes#shes disappointed in herself because she thought for one second that she was good enough#that she actually did something right for a change#and didn’t screw up like everyone thought she would#so basically now she’s back to square one all because of unalaq #fuck you
Unalaq could have moved in at any time to take the south. I think his motive of repairing the spirituality of the south is still quite clear, but he believes its only possible under his leadership. I think Korra thought he was leaving that up to her as the avatar to reconnect the spirits to her people, but she now realises he doesnt trust her enough, and only trusts her enough to do what she has to do on her own. I think she believes still that he wants to do good, if he is misguided as to how.
I had the strangest dream last night that i absolutely do not what to ever come true.
By the end of it i was being assaulted by three very angry, very tough chickens