If The Heroes And Villains From The MCU Were Actually College Students Trying To Survive

If The Heroes And Villains From The MCU Were Actually College Students Trying To Survive

Spoiler alert... all of us feel like fading away at some point.
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We've all had our triumphs, and we've all had our downfalls. This is what college is all about. Marvel's Infinity War brought us the up's and down's of many of its beloved characters.

I like to think that we as college students relate to the MCU in more ways than we're proud of. So much that there are 23 Infinity War GIFs college students feel on a spiritual level.

Warning: These GIFs may contain spoilers

1. Black Panther: Our approach to Mondays when we know it's about to be a week

2. Star-Lord & Iron Man: When your friend mixes a drink and it tastes like garbage

3. Thanos: Acing a quiz you didn't study for

4. Black Panther (again): When your friend dies at a pregame and miraculously makes it to the bar for the date party

5. Captain America: Fighting off people trying to get to your unreserved, reserved seat in class

6. Thor: Thinking you're broke but you swipe the card anyways and the reader says "Accepted"

7. Spiderman: Weaving in and out of traffic to get the LAST parking spot

8. Thor (again): First day of classes mood

9. Loki: Finding the test banks for a class you have a test in the next day

10. All: When the squad can finally get together for a Thursday night out at Moes BBQ

11. Iron Man: Avoiding your Sunday scaries

12. Hulk (in iron suit): Actually feeling productive when you wake up from a nap

13. Rocket Racoon: When it's 11:30 pm and your friend reminds you of an assignment that is due at 11:59 pm

14. Star-Lord (again): Finishing your last class before a three-day weekend or extended break

15. Captain America (again): Feeling the caffeine hit after your third cup of coffee to stay awake studying

16. Vision: When the combination of stress, lack of sleep, and/or hangover hits you in your bed the next morning

17. Thanos (again): You to your friends who are graduating and have no idea what they're doing

18. Drax the Destroyer: When the quiet kid in class reminds the teacher about the homework they forgot to take up

19. Doctor Strange: Trying to use actual magic to balance school, social life, and extracurriculars

20. Gamora: Having your sixth mini-mental breakdown of the semester like

21. All: When you and your squad are out at 2 am and don't know how you're getting home

22. Scarlet Witch: Finals week coming at you like

23. Thor: Your valiant attempt to keep your life together and actually do this adulting thing

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12 Signs You're Addicted To Grey's Anatomy

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Oh, "Grey’s Anatomy." We have been through so much together. Through the years, we have taken on bombs, shooters, plane crashes, and everything in between. You have loyally stood by me even when I hated you for killing off my favorite characters, or making Merideth and Derek break up. I know that some people may read this and call me crazy, but the real Grey’s fandom can relate. We are the most dedicated group of people you will ever find, almost to the point of insanity…or definitely to the point of insanity. Thinking of diagnosing yourself with Grey's-o-mania? If you meet these 12 criteria, time to strap on your surgical mask and scrub in because you are addicted.

Disclaimer: Spoilers ahead!

1. It has made you want to become a surgeon.

You are lying if all of the drama and medical lingo hasn’t made you consider changing your major at least once.

2. It has also made you NOT want to become a surgeon.

...but then there is all of the blood and the long hours.

3. You compare every guy you meet to Derek Shepherd.

The biggest mystery in all of "Grey’s" is how Meredith took so long to put a ring on that?! I mean, c’mon girl.

4. Hearing the names “Lexie” or “George” may result in an emotional breakdown.

These deaths left us with an open wound that even Mark Sloan’s sutures couldn’t repair.

5. You feel personally attacked every time a character is killed off.

Please refer to #4.

6. You feel like you could actually perform neurosurgery.

I have watched Derek clip so many aneurisms, I could do it in my sleep. Hand me a scalpel and sign me up for a clinical trial, I am ready.

7. You even sat through the musical episode.

Owen Hunt singing around the OR? A little too awkward for most people.

8. Your iTunes library is filled with songs from the show.

“How To Save a Life” by The Fray brings on all kinds of new feels now.

9. The new interns have to prove themselves to you.

Every couple of seasons, they decide to throw us a new crop of interns. This fandom is just as tough as Dr. Bailey when we decide whether these characters have what it takes for "Grey’s Anatomy" though.

10. When a friend is sick, your first thought is to start chest compressions.

After 11 seasons, I am fully prepared for all medical situations. Push one of Epi! We need a crash cart!

11. You have an immediate bond with anyone who says they watch the show.

…Did we just become best friends?

12. You frequently ask yourself “what would Christina Yang do?”

No major decision should EVER be made without asking this first. Of all of the people who have left "Grey’s," her absence is the most strongly felt. No one can replace Christina Yang.

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The Breath of Solitude

A Poem With A Prologue // Polar Viewpoints.

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Prologue:


She smacks your parted lips,

sucking the dry,

open cracks to a seal.

Pumping energy into your chest

and sending a continuous shiver

from lung to navel.


You can't help but cough,

as your lungs tighten and twist.

Ringing the frosty sensation out –

slipping through your parted lips.


The same parted lips that

allowed her deliberate fingers

to crawl inside

where she can escape her own dimension

of solitude.




The Breath of Solitude


All I know

is solitude.


We chat

every day

in conversations that circulate

behind the backs

of the present.


Solitude grinds my coffee beans,

as we sit

with our legs crossed,

waiting for dawn

to explode over our opaque landscape.


Solitude runs my bath,

bubbling

as the Sun crashes

against the diminishing horizon.


But none of this is reality.

I am above

the dimension of reality.

Not theoretically,

but physically.

I am only a tool

to be used in the dimension

of your reality.

Drifting in and out,

twirling through your negative space.

My only purpose

is found through your breath;

but what do I do

when you stop breathing?


I wait for your fingers,

less deliberate than mine,

but filled with that

that I lack.


I cannot see the blood

that sloshes through the veins

in your innocent hands.

The blood that energizes

those fingers

upon which I wait.


But I know

the blood is there.

It isn't

what you do.

It isn't

the way you move.

Simply put,

it is

the way

that you exist.


The sheer fact

that you have a bursting burgundy waterfall

streaming,

not only through your fingers,

but engulfing all of you

in its rich,

rooted,

energy.


The only waterfall

that I encompass

is the waterfall

that you imagine.

I have no blood;

I have no way to exist.


And so I

wait for your fingers,

less deliberate than mine,

but filled with that

that I lack.


I wait for your fingers

to filter the heat

to a state of regulation,

a state of production,

a state in which I can exist.

The peach fuzz

that sleeps on the bridge of your nose

begins to rise

when your fingers initiate the flame.

The temperature reacts,

as would my heartbeat,

if I had a bursting burgundy waterfall,

or some type of life source

inhabiting my chest cavity.


As the heat

starts to melt

my metaphorical skin,

I become reality.

I don't have a face to smile,

or eyes to produce tears.

But I have thoughts.

I have words to say,

I have feelings to express.


I still can only drift,

in and out,

twirling through your negative space,

but now spiraling

into your positive space,

as well.


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