all of it is ugh

When planning their wedding, Jesse and Hanzo are in surprising agreement about almost everything. Colour schemes, style, food, flowers, location, everything.

Except music.

Hanzo point-blank refuses to let Jesse play country music at his wedding. The shame would haunt him forever. It can’t be done.

Jesse is horrified at the prospect of having punk rock at his wedding. You can’t play that at a wedding! You can’t dance to punk rock!

They bicker and argue and angrily play their chosen music in the hopes that the other will see the merits of it, but to no avail. It’s another thing they share – stubbornness.

In the end, it’s a beautiful clifftop wedding with no sound to drown out the ceremony but the whisper of the wind and the call of the seabirds.

They finally manage to compromise and ask Lucio to DJ the reception. He asks what kind of music they want and they both say, at the same time, “Whatever you want, it’s all up to you.”

In the end they both agree that Lucio has excellent taste in music, and after downloading his entire discography, they find another interest to share with each other.

libertines awkwardness

awkward things you learn to live with yet secretly hope nobody brings up when you’re a libertines fan

pentonville 
the scary fighting in olly boker
carl’s hahaha laugh in war of the roses 
carl speaking in a french accent on vengeance with benjamin biolay 
carl’s duet with vanessa paradis on the dark it comes
when suzi martin belts out “only love can bring the secrets of simplicity” in birdcage after peter’s delicate vocal
when peter’s voice breaks in fuck forever 
when carl takes his baritone voice to the edge in shadows fall and anthems
peter’s lonely johann johann jo jo johann in a spy in the house of love 
peter and carl screaming “what are you doing you fucking stupid idiot” at the end of gunga din. but then again i also find that endearing and it reminds me of up the bracket somehow.  

I am so done with this. *throws the pastel monster down*

Now whoever is giving Michael and Lindsay shit over the sex reveal can fUCKING STOP IT

  • what she says: I'm fine
  • what she means: Iroh, though. He could’ve stayed in the Fire Nation and lived a cushy life. He could’ve had whatever he wanted - a comfortable home, a slew of servants, a tea shop - any retiree’s dream following a long, highly successful career in a war. He could’ve been mostly happy and mostly content, free to do whatever he pleased really as the Fire Lord’s brother and a former general. He didn’t have to do any of the things he did for Zuko. He really didn’t. Zuko wasn’t even his kid! But guess what? Iroh loved Zuko like his own son. And Iroh left everything he knew to follow this asshole of a kid around the world on a pointless mission all the while loving him like Zuko had never been loved before and I just... Iroh, though. Uncle Iroh.
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“You’ve always thrown everything you could at me! Well, I can take it, and now I can give it back!”