applepie3399:

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clientsfromhell:

I had just gone into labour (to have a baby) when a regular client called with some last-minute and typically urgent editing he needed done. It was 10pm on a Friday night.

I explained that I was in labour and that we would be heading to the hospital.

Client: But I heard labour can take anywhere from 10-14 hours, so you should have enough time to do this edit quickly. Please?

knockoutstarscream:

KO: Actually, I like petrol/gas stations. There’s something strangely erotic about them, it’s fascinating to observe. But I’d rather not use them myself. 

And I made you couple of gifs to emphasise what I mean. 

I’m an adult, but not like a real adult
anyone between the ages of 18 and 25 (via prettyboystyles)

Could probably stretch that up to 35 tbh

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The way TFP Megatron walks (steady, heavy, and slowly) alone commands respect.

maniacaltoaster sent:
It's weird how they even named Makeshift in Prime. That could've been any other nameless drone. And it's really bizzare how he never appeared until that very episode, then died.

They had to name him because there was no way for others to address him otherwise. 

And I don’t think he was like the vehicons. His silhouette doesn’t resemble any of the drones’. Besides, the ability to transform his frame and change his voice to look and sound like others seems to be unique only for him in TFP. Or at least we haven’t seen anyone else being able to do it.

To me, it seems that his appearance was only to make a full episode for Wheeljack’s introduction. The writers got rid of Makeshift at the end of the episode probably because his abilities would’ve been very usefull for the Cons and they would have had to bring him in again. But they didn’t really have plans for anything like that.

I wish we could’ve seen more of him but alas :/

jaclcfrost:

That Character Had So Much Potential: A Memoir

maniacaltoaster sent:
When I was first watching Prime, I always thought Knockout's obsession for buffing was just meant to make him seem vain. Then I remembered he preferred other people buffing him, and hated people seeing him doing them to himself, and realized that it's not meant to be a paint job...

I guess you meant “seeing him doing it to himself”.?

I think buffing to robots would just feel kinda nice at best. Like someone messing with your hair or giving you a shoulders massage.

Knock Out is a lazy bum and we all saw buffing his own back was a challenge. Of course he’d prefer if someone else did it for him. 

I haven’t noticed him being unwilling to let others see him while buffing. But then again, I haven’t rewatched the episode in a long time so I may be wrong. He just happened to be alone in him Med. Bay maybe.

I think KO’s obsession is not with buffing but with having a good shiny paintjob. Or in other words - to look flawless. I guess he just feels a lot better about himself that way.

(On a side note - I also like to compare buffing to shaving so there’s that as well.)

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sandlake:

I always draw same thing

Do you reckon he gets Starscream to go and get his coffee to make sure?

Nah, Megatron gets his coffee himself. Starscream would just put some laxative or poison in it. He can’t be trusted with such a task.

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Megatron never shows up 15 min late with Starbucks because he knows Starscream would attempt to take his place as leader if he does.

uniformshark:

Send a delightful postcard to your friends and family~

I wanted to write something smart but I cant stop laughing.

Shit why is this so dumb (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧*:・゚✧

the-goddamazon:

dilfgod:

I hate when people say money doesn’t buy you happiness. it does. it buys you financial stability, a nice house, nice cars, nice vacations and trips, healthier food, a better education, etc. like wearing burberry while driving around in an audi would probably make me pretty happy too. but it’s just that rich people often take their comfortable lives for granted and end up being spoiled and ungrateful for what they have 

Exactly.