In terms of death, I think there is arguably nothing worse than dying by beheading using a knife. You are quite literally being slaughtered like an animal.
it’s just— I have no words.
regarding this post (summary: how refreshing it is to see RDJ’s Facebook post non-Iron Man things)
I do think this comment in that post is very spot on—
I would like to take this moment to express how much I love andappreciate that the last two posts on Robert Downey Jr.’s Facebook are about Robert and not Tony Stark/Iron Man.
It’s very nice.
I hope it keeps up.
Also— re: at the clinic today
[four-year-old boy in the room with his mother, wearing a Spider-Man shirt]
ME: That’s a nice shirt.
BOY: He’s my favorite!
ME: [obviously angling for something here] Do you like any other superheroes?
BOY: Uh … Batman.
ME: How about Iron Man?
BOY: I don’t like Iron Man.
ME: [in my head] Screw you, buddy.
ME:. Why not? *I* love Iron Man [I look over to mom and she smiles]
MOM: Tell her.
BOY: My sister loves Iron Man so I don’t like him.
ME: Well, your sister has great taste.
The main/only use of my Twitter account is to like whatever Robert Downey Jr. tweets.
Tonight I tried to make seafood pancake (haejul pajeon),
(because I always order that whenever we go to a Korean restaurant.)
It turned out pretty well.
I bet I can make women much younger than I am lose their minds in six seconds of video that was taken over a year ago.
A hypothetical conversation Robert Downey Jr. must’ve had with himself before allowing this video to be posted on his Twitter and Facebook.
Things that you don’t really think about until you have to pay for your own groceries and not mom and dad: how good bacon is kinda pretty pricey.