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SVTFOE sketches that I supposed to digitalize but…things going on and…*cough* anyway..last episode was “heart stabbing”…😒…
I might digtaliz one of these in the future.

Why I hate Math teachers
  • Me: At school, i only learned till the Index sections...haven't learn about anything above that yet...
  • Teacher: Oh that's okay! *teaching in english and giving algebraic expressions*
  • Me: **woman wtf, I just fucking told you i haven't learned this yet, you lil shit, CHECK YOUR PRIVILEGES!!**....*sighs*
  • Teach: *speaking chinese*
  • Me: **JEZUSH FUCKEN CRIES**
Piper and Leo’s first conversation.

Piper: you need them to think you’re stronger than you actually are.

Leo: That’s what you do?

Piper: Oh, no, my power is no illusion.

Piper: I could demolish you.

Leo: Oh.

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Of course I can’t help but be enamored by a film that shows a talented duo with insane chemistry. Look they hate each other, they’re falling in love. They can’t stay away, they hilariously annoy each other and show us the aspects of any real relationship. These two, theyre dreamers, hard workers, motivated and talented. They dance in the street, sing in the night, they’re quite literally dancing in the stars! As such a charismatic little film, with catchy songs that you’ll be humming for weeks. Don’t get me wrong, I for one loved La La Land. But I came to question, what if it depicted a love society doesn’t see often in films? What if it was a love between two women, women of color nonetheless. What if instead of casting white, straight, A-list actors as the stars, in the role of undiscovered actors and musicians trying to make it big in the dream land, what if it casted diverse, underrepresented cultures and people in Hollywood. We all exist too, and we’re still here.

so here I give you a different little take on La La Land, in all of its diversity. ✨