also dorian gray

anonymous asked:

I cannot believe. You made me love a duck. Goose. Whatever the heck Gladstone is. ;v; Just saw your comic and looked up a bunch of stuff and I never even liked the Ducks before this fml-

well that’s a victory if ever there was one, more love for ducks is only ever a good thing!


Edward Petherbridge in the ‘The Exorcism’ episode of the BBC’s Dead of Night series, 1972

“I am jealous of everything whose beauty does not die. I am jealous of the portrait you have painted of me. Why should it keep what I must lose? Every moment that passes takes something from me and gives something to it. Oh, if it were only the other way! If the picture could change, and I could be always what I am now!”

-Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray

anonymous asked:

hi you're great and oscar wilde is great and gay do u have any recommendations for wilde stuff to read if i want to know more about his work and life and stuff? thx

i would definitely start with his actual works! if you have access to a copy of his complete works, that would be ideal since you can then go section by section. but:

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“i knew that i had come face to face with someone whose mere personality was so fascinating that, if i allowed it to do so, it would absorb my whole nature, my whole soul, my very art itself.”

rules: answer the 20 questions and tag 20 amazing blogs you’d like to get to know better

tagged by @pianogem (ty)!!!!

20’s a lot so i’ll tag @alohamoraz and @blackberrysummer :0!! u guys dont have to do this btw:0

name: rose

nicknames: rose is a nickname tbh but my name irl is unique sooo internet safety yall

zodiac sign: aries

height: 5"4 (?)

orientation: full homo

favorite fruit: raspberries!!!

favorite season: winter is nice

favorite book: ugh this is harrdddd,,, i like the diviners a lot but also like,,,,vonnegut is like my soulmate so p much every one of his works also the picture of dorian gray

favorite flower: yellow rose or dandelions:0

favorite scent: clean linen & pine needles

favorite color: yellow ochre

favorite animal: koi fish & foxes

coffee, tea, or hot cocoa? t e a

average sleep hours: uhh like 8?

cat or dog person? c a t !!!!!!!!!!!!

favorite fictional character: i’ll alwYs have a soft spot fr dana scully bc shes my first crush :0

number of blankets you sleep with: 1

dream trip: venice!! also anywhere with ocean i love the sea

blog created: not a CLUE yall this summer i think

number of followers: 613

anonymous asked:

F and T and C ?

f - fia aka @forthemuse (gay) 💖

t- the picture of dorian gray! also can I pick another and say tea bc I love that a lot too also tris ( @prcserpina ) ?? shes truly amazing many things

c- cats!!! i love cats so much i want so many cats

me rn: eating canned veggie soup while watching penny dreadful, contemplating the pointlessness of existence, kinda wanna get rawed by a bisexual werewolf who also fucked dorian gray 

anonymous asked:

Thoughts on The Picture of Dorian Gray? Also, is it at all graphic?

well, well, well. sorry, but a malicious grin is required here, my dear anon. not only you asked the right person in terms of enthusiasm, because the picture of dorian gray is actually my most favorite among my favorite books, but also because i read it so many times, both in the original version and in the cut one, in the translated one and in the commented one, that i do, i do, i do know it like i know the back of my hand - or probably i know it still a little more than the back of my hand.

also, you are talking with the person who actually wrote the italian wikipedia page of this novel and edited the english one lol - so yeah. i do have a lot of thoughts about the picture of dorian gray and oscar wilde in general.

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Happy Birthday George Sanders 3rd July 1906 - 25th April 1972

“Oh George,” I would say to him in a jocular manner, “you really are a dreadful man!” And he would always take it with a chuckle. - Brian Aherne

George has been the kindest and most gentle man who brought me out of the depths of despair, made me laugh and helped me to start living again.  - Benita Hume

But whether the picture business is worth getting into or not is another matter. The amount of intrigue involved in the social life out here is often so tiresome, and the amount of restraint, diplomacy and bum-sucking that has to be done so nauseating that there are times when one asks oneself the question “Is success worth the price you pay for it?” - George Sanders, writing to his dad in 1937

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