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Anonymous asked:

I kinda have a headcannon where Medic has these posters all over his waiting room and one of them says, "You cannot spell 'Slaughter' without 'Laughter'" and a happy surgeon under the words, holding a bonesaw and is over a patient who had their organs torn out... I dunno, Scout asks who the person in the poster is and Medic just get's a glassy-eyed look. OHMYGOD Imagine Medic being a model once. ONCE.

tf2imaginesandheadcanons answered:

Medic was a German male model at one point. 

This is the best headcanon I have ever heard. Thank you. 

Imagine him wearing those ridiculous runway clothes that male models wear just, oh my God, yes. Yes please. 

tf2imaginesandheadcanons:

chipsncookies:

Well, he has the walk

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YOU ARE AMAZING, THANK YOU FOR CONTRIBUTING THIS. WERK IT MEDIC!

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tf2imaginesandheadcanons:

I got this idea from paperfrays about what the Mercs would be like as parents, and I thought it would be fun to give it a try! Also, I want to thank you guys for being so patient with how slow I’m responding to asks right now, I’m trying to get to as many as I can right now, since I’m sick and…