Hi! New around here... May I ask what do you like about Madancy? Mads sure seems to fancy Mr. Dancy, Hugh.. not so much )=
My dear sweet baby fannibal, I need to stop you right there.
Since you say you’re new, I’ll help you out.
“Well, it came about because one of the things that was very important was that Will Graham and Hannibal Lecter have a likeability, not only on screen but with each other. The fact that Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelsen are very good friends in real life cinched the deal, in my mind. That was important because I knew it was going to translate to screen. We wanted the audience to like these two men liking each other.” — Bryan Fuller on how he ended up casting Mads Mikkelsen (x)
“Hugh Dancy was the first actor cast and that made the project all that more appetizing for Mads Mikkelsen, who knew Hugh and worked with him in the past and rightfully adored him.— Bryan Fuller (x)”
“Me and Hugh (Dancy) were two of the knights (in King Arthur). So we were sitting for half a year on horseback and we became friends way back then. It’s just been a gift. We’re doing a show like this where you’re working so close together. It’s nice to be comfortable with each other, and that was just a gift that it turned out to be me and Hugh”— Mads Mikkelsen
“Mads is a remarkable combination of things. He’s more than capable of fighting for what he wants. He’s amazing.”— Hugh Dancy
“Well obviously what I’m going to miss is just sitting down in a chair and having chit-chats with Hugh Dancy.” — Mads Mikkelsen on Hannibal S3 (x)
“It’s great. The very first time we sat down, talked about the show, Mads came up at the conversation. I worked with Mads nine years ago now on ‘King Arthur’. Completely different. Could not be more different. But during that period I got to know him and really like him. As a man as an actor. And had followed his career ever since then. I knew it was going to be great. That relationship is so complicated and interesting. It has to be believable. That’s one of the highlights of the show for me.” — Hugh Dancy
“So, spending that much time with a fellow actor, as I knew I would do with Hugh, it was just a fantastic gift that we knew each other. We are not only in the room, but to a degree, we have to be emotionally naked in certain situations.” — Mads Mikkelsen spoke about friendship with Hugh and cast (x)
He’s worked with the actor Hugh Dancy previously and agrees that such a genuine friendship lends something special to their on screen relationship. “It was a great gift for both of us, that we were able to spend some much time together on the show. We were kind of in a boat of insecurity from the beginning, but it was nice to have a friend there, if you go down or you stay up. To be able to be comfortable with someone in a room, day in, day out of filming, 12 hours a day, was an extreme gift for both of us. We found a way of working together really fast. Hopefully I’ll get to spend time with him during the third season as well, but if not I’ll just have to go drink some beers with him!” — Mads Mikkelsen (x)
“I would say an actor like Mads, but there aren’t any, there’s just Mads.” — Hugh Dancy during the SAG Foundation interview (x).
“Collaboration with Mads, who I love, who’s a wonderful actor and incredible partner in that respect “ — Hugh Dancy on what the show means to him
Hugh has become one of my very, very, very good friends. We knew each other from before, but it’s been so intense to spend three seasons together. I was there when he had his first little baby. It’s been a fantastic journey. We were just very, very lucky that we ended up with each other. Imagine if we had ended up with someone we didn’t like.” — Mads Mikkelsen (post)
Mads Mikkelsen and Hugh Dancy are friends. I’m not sure where you got the impression that they aren’t or that one dislikes the other.
Mads likes Hugh.
Hugh likes Mads.
And their amazing chemistry and friendship (and various aesthetic reasons) is why I ship the fleet of ships that belong to Hugh and Mads and their characters.
So, after all of this, if you’re interested in some more Mads and Hugh liking each other and goofing around together goodies, check out my tag ‘danish crumpet’.
Rapunzel has spent her life locked in a tower, but that’s not her only secret. Her long, golden hair has magical powers–all 70 feet of it! When the kingdom’s most-wanted bandit unexpectedly stumbles into Rapunzel’s tower, the pair embark on a fantastic journey that will uncover more than they ever expected.
It’s everything I’ve ever wanted. I’ve made it. The Homestuck™ number is now mine. I’m in the big leagues now y'all.
Congrats to @darkestday828 for being lucky number 413. May no meteors come crashing down on your abode during your birthday festivities.
I don’t really have anything special planned for this, but I do want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. Thanks to all of you, this has been a wonderful experience, a chance to meet new amazing people, and an outlet through which I can express myself and my love for this fandom and the comic we all love to hate and hate to love.
If you’d like, I’d be willing to do an AMA of sorts for the rest of the night (about another 4 hours from my perspective). I’ll see if I can find and reblog one of those “get to know the mod” posts, but feel free to ask me anything! I know I don’t get personal very often, and I kind of want to change that and get to know more of you amazing people.
I love you all and here’s to reaching 612 someday soon.
I’m Mod Bon-Bon. This is yet another Transformers headcanons/scenarios/drabbles/etc blog, mostly by the fault of @coachboom who is coincidentally also the other mod of this blog! We will both be posting oneshots here as well as normal headcanons blog content.
I’ll be posting semi-frequently now that Summer has almost started. If you’d like to request anything Transformers in this time, give a quick check to our Rules page then send us your sins! You can request either Mod, but please forgive us if it takes a little longer to get to your ask due to that! I’m still in school and Mod Wasabi is dealing with everyday stupid bullshit(my poor baby :’c). We write as we go. Thanks, lovelies!
Golzy, I'm not even kidding when I say this: U ARE THE MOST AWESOME PERSON IVE EVER HAD THE PLEASURE OF...."knowing" BUT STILL! I FEEL LUCKY TO ACTUALLY BE ABLE TO CALL U A FRIEND! ;3; I know for sure u will do amazing things in the near future, well...you already have! ;3 I wish you an amazing life and a fantastic journey through art!
THANK YOU SO MUCH QUQ IM STILL DRUNK WITH CAFFEINE RN
In my experience, I generally get along with ESFPs very well (I'm INFP) though I can find them kind of loud. But I generally can't stand ESTPs (with some exceptions). What are the differences between ESFPs and ESTPs?
ESFP’s can come off as chaotic to the newcomer, but once you spend enough time with them ESFP’s become more predictable until you can read them like a book. ESFP’s are erratic but there lies a logic underneath it all. There is method to their madness.
ESTP’s are chaos incarnate. Despite being a sibling type to the ESFP I struggle to get a solid understanding of any of my ESTP friends. I can type them in an instant, but I can never truly understand them. They do what they want, when they want. ESTP’s appear logical but are driven by fickle and inconsistent desires. There is madness to their method.
ESFP’s with a well-trained Fi can be very empathetic individuals because they use their strong internal emotions and aim to make sure no other individuals suffer in the same way they have. Using their emotions and experiences for a guide on the world around them, what they do with that depends on the ESFP. Many ESFP’s possess a strong sense of their own ideals and emotional status but are not always willing to disclose to those they deem ‘unworthy’.
ESTP’s have a low Fe, so they may struggle with several social conventions and possess a disregard what the later social implications may be. However, that nagging voice of concern pulls back on several of their hi-jinks. If the ESTP possesses a developed Fe they are able to pick up the emotional state of those around them and express genuine concern. However, regardless of their competency of Fe they may often find themselves swamped with a massive collection of burdens and emotions they had no memory of collecting.
ESFP’s tend to be direct but less consistent as their feelings may cloud their ultimate judgement. Imagine the emotionally uninvolved ESFP as a direct line from A to B and the emotionally charged ESFP as a line which starts at point A then promptly swoops up off the end of the page never to be seen again.
ESTP’s tend to be less direct but more consistent. This is done by making several stops along the way to their conclusion. The ESTP logic system goes from point A to point A.02 to point A.σ makes a pit stop at point D3 and goes straight to point B. Despite their fantastic journey, the ESTP will come to the more reasonable answer time and time again.
Use of Alone Time:
ESFP’s may utilize this time to reflect upon their own emotions and figure themselves out. This looks like the aesthetically angsty side tumblr.
ESTP’s may utilize this time to solve issues they’ve seen arise around them. This usually resembles the jarring discourse side of tumblr.
ESFP’s have a shade of intensity permeated by selected focus and a soft cunning.
a shade of intensity
permeated by an indifferent attentiveness and muted passion.
ESFP’s could be so much better. Try every once in a while and you could be on another level entirely.
could be so much better. Try every once in a while and you could be on another level entirely.
Thank you Mark and Team Iplier for making all of those videos and treating us to an amazing experience. Having watched YouTube for many, many years, that whole concept of one storyline, a first date, had me blown away. I have not had a reaction like that in an extensive amount of time. It was such a fantastic journey from the first video, all the way to MULTIPLE DIFFERENT ENDINGS. As a media communication student studying film and video production, this has inspired so many new outlets for me and my career. I also can’t imagine the amount of time it took to sort and edit all of that footage multiple, comprehensive storylines. Thank you! @markiplier This was truly a treat!
The greatest video game series to come out in the last few years comes to an abrupt end. All three were great games.
Dark Souls felt like a fantastically master-crafted Journey into the depths of controller breakage as well as a kindling to unregistered frustrations in many a player.
Dark Souls 2 got a little bit of hate and I can’t see why. Maybe from weirdos that invest a tad bit too much in the lore side of things. Big game, I’m glad it exists.
Dark Souls 3 had the weight of the world on its shoulders and barely delivers. Bless it, it tries. A fantastic effort, missed out on the brilliant level design of the first entry and the size and scope of the second. Nonetheless, it’s still the big dog of the three. Better graphics and better fights.
“The world’s full of lies.
There’s no way of knowing what’s right.
All we can do is believe in ourselves.
From here on out, I use my eyes. Think. And act.
I might not make all the right choices.
But as long as I’m the one who decided what to do,
there’s nothing to regret.”
i just finished watching Bones & tho im emotional and sad it ended i feel some sort of peace? I think it has to do with the fact that the finale was perfect. It was so beautifully wraped up that i’m happy about how this amazing characters ended their journeys, and i have like 0 complaint or dissapointmeant. Booth & Brennan ended together, walking those Jeffersonian gardens like in the pilot, having their perfect family and loving what they do. “Where you go i go, always” that line was so them, and not to mention Booth’s speech which was perfect, It was the summary of all those little details that made them who they are and it was a reminder that they never should forget about that “This is you, Temperance Brennan, you are my partner, don’t forget that”. Brennan, who lost a family and thought she’d never belong to one again, found herself with one of her own who loves her uncondicionally. Booth found that person he wanted to spend 30, 40 or 50 years with. Angela & Hodgins have another baby on their way, and Hodgins is oficially king of the lab! Cam is starting her own family. Aubrey stayed in D.C and got promoted, and despite being sad that he didn’t end up with Jessica (i truly do not understand why they did that) im okay bc at least they made it seem like he still had someone. They mentioned Sweets, and how he knew, because as Booth & Brennan said he was the reason they got togehter, and i love how the story makes it evident how without Sweets none of them would be where they are in many ways.
Im gonna miss this show so much, and i know i haven’t been as long a fan as some other people but it stil hold a very meaningful part of my heart. It’s truly a fantastic journey to ride in, and i loved it.
Bendy: Once upon a time there was a boat, now this wasn’t just any old boat children. It was a ship! A ship full of friends, hundreds of friends, best friends one and all! A veritable Friend-ship it was… Get it?
But it wouldn’t be very lady like of me to forget to mention the most noteworthy friend on board, Mickey Mouse.
Mickey was like King friend of friendship kingdom, best friend to one and all, and the walking definition of a handsome gentlemen!
Now one fine morning, Mickey and pals set out on a new, exciting adventure. What fantastic wonders will they discover this time? Perhaps they’ll come across a scary ghost ship. Perhaps they’d find an island made entirely of candy! Perhaps they’d find a band of scary, swash-buckling pirates and to join for forces to find an island made entirely of candy!
But it didn’t matter… So long as they were together, there were smiles to be had and adventures to be shared.
Now today t'was a day like any other adventure-y day, spirits were uncrushably high, everyone was singing and dancing and having a jolly time! When suddenly the ocean was like “Surprise!” and a huge, massive storm brewed out of nowhere!
*Whooooosh Wwohsoooh Woooshsbmlmba*
Boy, that was quick!
And there was thunder, BOOM!
And the lightning, BOOM!
And the wind, BOO—*wusohsoshshushush…*
-And like that, it was over.
“Is everyone okay?” said Mickey, “I don’t know what I’d do if I lost even one of you!” Mickey continued.
But the eye of the storm can be very misleading children, NEVER TURN YOUR BACK ON IT! Because the ocean was like “Psyche!” and the storm can back even bigger this time, twice as big!
As if Poseidon himself extended his hand in friendship and they spat in his mouth…
Boy he was pis— he was mad!
And the rain came down like a shower of bullets, ahhh ahhh! and the floorboards were buckling and creaking and pieces of their ship came raining down like shards of broken dreams, and then Reginald come upstairs and he’s all like, “I say gentlemen, I do believe we are in quite a spot of bother!” and everyone was like, “Really?! What tipped you off genius?” and then Mickey was all like, “Hey be nice!”
*Whoosh-oosh oosh oosh!*
Giant waves thrashed the boat to and fro, fro and to, Carelessly sprinkling friend after friend into the cold, unforgiving abyss of the deep, dark ocean, everyone was screaming like, “HELP ME!”
Splash! Splash! Then there was this huge whale like, “Mwwahhhh!” made it super scary. And I think there was a shark…
Yup, there he is! Oh God! And then Mickey was all like, “Hang onto your butts, Land Ho!”
And then Bang! Bang-Bang! Smash! A ship wreck! As told by their fate books of fate… and while it seems like the end, this is only the beginning of a fantastic journey for the brave crew of the S.S Ink-Squad.
So I get asked a lot about wanting to get into
psychology/neuroscience and what books I would recommend, so I’ve made a list
for you all to look through! I’ve separated into leisure reading and academic
texts as reading Oliver Sacks would be much easier to read on the train for
light reading, than a full blown anatomical textbook!
Books – Leisure
These are books worth reading that are not purely academic.
A lot of these are your bog standard Oliver Sacks books but I cannot recommend
his works enough!
Oliver Sacks – The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat
This is the first book that’s always suggested to anyone
going into Psychology and for good reason. It covers the weird and wonderful
feats of the human brain, and how damage affects it. Full of case studies,
notes and facts all wrapped up in a little bundle!
Nathan Filer - The Shock of the Fall
This is probably my favourite book. It’s fiction, but based
on a very real disorder. Written by Nathan Filer who was once a nurse on a
ward, he looks at psychosis and writes it in such a beautiful and accurate way
that you actually almost feel as if you understand what psychosis is really
like. For those who have actually suffered from psychotic breaks, this really
illustrates it in such an accurate and yet simple way, it really is the best
book I’ve ever read. It touches on death, mental health, loss, love, and
everything in between. I won’t say much more because it would be considered as
a spoiler but it really is a great insight into one of the most misunderstood
psychotic disorders out there, and working on a ward myself, it really is as
well written as it could be.
Sam Kean - The Tale of the Duelling Neurosurgeons
So this book I haven’t finished, I’ve only read the first
chapter and have been too busy to continue reading it but from what I’ve read,
this is a valuable resource for anyone going into neurology/neuroscience/psychiatry.
It goes through the history of how we came to understand the human brain as it
is now, and is written in a fluid and fun manner, so you’re not as bored as you
would be reading an academic text book. It almost dramatizes the historical
events that happened which makes it a fantastic read. It looks at key figures
in the history of neuroscience, key events, neuroplasticity, delusions and much
more. It’s fantastically written from what I can tell so far and has a lot of
great info for anyone wanting to get into the fields of
Bruce Hood – The Domesticated
This one’s an easy read and a very good one. When I first
started my undergraduate degree I hadn’t really don’t a lot of preparation – in
all honesty I didn’t even plan on doing psychology, so I hadn’t done ANY
reading or prep prior to my course – So I found this book in a Waterstones
before I got my train back to London. It’s not as easy to read as Sam Kean but
easier than Oliver Sacks, so it’s something good to pick up between
assignments. Its main focus is on how we are social animals and how evolution
has changed the way we behave as well as the biology, so not quite as well
rounded in all areas of psychology but a must read if you’re particularly interested
in our evolutionary biology and social psychology.
Purves et al. – Neuroscience
My Fundamental Neuroscience Module was pretty much based on
this text, it’s got EVERYTHING you need to know about the mechanisms of the
human brain on every level, molecular upwards. It’s comprehensive and pretty
much has been my saviour throughout this degree.
Crossman – Neuroanatomy: An Illustrated Colour Text
I cannot praise this book enough. It has EVERY anatomical
detail down in an easy to read, easy to study from, easy to do anything with
form. It’s one of the few books I’m actually buying to keep at the end of this
year just because it’s the perfect book to reference for your neuroanatomical
needs. Without this, I would’ve seriously struggled with learning about optic
nerves, cranial nerves, cranial nuclei, the skull, everything. It’s a saviour
and a necessity if you plan on doing any kind of psychology. I promise you wont
regret this one. Plus, it’s not too expensive either.
Diamond – The Human Brain Colouring Book
This is just fantastic. It’s a great resource for stress
relief AND learning. It’s self-explanatory really, an excellent resource to
have at home for when you can’t be arsed with assignments or doing anything and
fancy a bit of colouring while learning about things! Plus it’s a great aid if
you’re a visual learner.
Carlson, Martin, Buskist – Psychology
This was basically my hero for my entire undergrad. It was
the recommended text for the course and the only one I actually bought, 100%
worth it. It covers everything in a really easy to understand way, with
fantastic diagrams and images. It doesn’t have too much detail but it’s not
really necessary since you really only need the basics to understand a theory
or concept. There’s not a lot of difference between the editions, I currently
have the 4th edition and it’s still relevant and since the new
edition has been published the one I paid for has dropped to only 1/4t of what
I paid for it. So definitely worth getting if you’re going into undergrad
psychology. For higher degrees I’d recommend this if you’re coming onto a
psychology course and are not from that background. If you’re going into
neuroscience or something more biological then this might not be the best
investment, I’d recommend the Purves textbook instead.
Nolte – The Human Brain in Photographs and Diagrams
Not so much a wordy textbook but a necessary resource if you’re
doing neuroscience. This will be your second bible (after the Crossman text)
throughout your learning journey. It’s FANTASTIC. The human brain looks VERY
different to what it does in illustrated diagrams, trust me, and this will be
your hero especially if you don’t have access to real brain dissection labs. It’s
almost IMPOSSIBLE to be able to label a photograph of the human brain when all
you’ve been looking at is illustrations or rendered models, the actual human
brain is really… well, not very distinctive. If I didn’t have dissection class,
finding the blood vessels would have been almost impossible, as well as the internal
structures, they’re VERY subtle so this book will really help you in the
anatomical aspects of the course.
I hope this has been somewhat useful in helping people prepare for a psychology/neuroscience degree and if you have any questions I’m only an ask away! ♥