@agentrodgers didn’t like how I made my sandwich.
you put jelly on one side of the bread and peanut butter on the other. that’s an abomination and at least I know how to make a proper sandwich
How else would one make a pb&j? Like do you put them on the same slice of bread? I am so confused?
She should show us how to make one since she is just SOOOOO GOOD!!!!!!
OKAY KIDS RYAN’S GONNA SHOW YOU HOW TO MAKE A PB&J SANDWICH
first you need your two slices of bread but as opposed to putting the peanut butter on one side, like some kind of animal, you’re going to put it on both
next you can slap your jelly of choice on and spread that shit it
now you can put the bread together and bag the sandwich for a meal later on
by making the sandwich like this, it stops the jelly from seeping through one side of the bread and making it all soggy when you eat it. I had to pack my lunch through the majority of school and that means having the sandwich sit in a bag for a solid 5 hours before I get to eat it and if you only put the jelly on one side, it’s going to bleed through the bread and be nasty but the peanut butter creates a buffer so it’s in prime condition
Dude black widow showed me how to make a sandwich
You’re welcome, citizen
oh my god
I want an Avengers AU that’s just about Sandwich making.
Movie Scarlet Witch looks like a walking Joss Whedon trope. She’s going to be so adorable and crazy and powerful and tragic, you guys!
i'd classify kate as heteroflexible until now, i mean, she does feel kind of attracted towards america, but until we see more instances of her feeling attracted to ladies i wouldn't jump on bisexuality so soon.
Asked by Anonymous
the heteros cant have her
IT’S KATE BISHOP NOT KATE STRAIGHTSHOP
This is what I was talking to thoughtbridgeblog about last week. But here we see the disadvantage of subtextual queerness: Straight people will deny its existence with all their might, including inventing words if they have to.
Although, on the other had, plenty of people identify as queer and are attracted to multiple genders but emphatically don’t identify as bi, so I’m always hesitant to apply that label to anyone who hasn’t claimed it (I could say the same about pansexual). But heteroflexible is still a word I don’t like, and I’ve never heard an argument in favor of its use that doesn’t boil down to people hanging on to their straight privilege for dear life.