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a breathtaking duet staring victuuri

Okay but imagine if ASoUE Netflix was filmed in a mockumentary style (à la Parks and Rec or The Office). 

The Baudelaires just stare into the camera every time Count Olaf shows up again. Or whenever Mr. Poe does anything.

The camera person is Lemony Snicket, who occasionally makes cast members hold the camera for him so he can give his own interviews, which are always just things like him repeating the word “ever” for two and a half minutes.

Esmé interrupts everybody’s interview segments, and Olaf spends all of his time self-promoting his plays.

Every time a scene is getting dramatic and someone’s life is in danger or things are about to be revealed, Lemony decides it’s the perfect time to turn the camera around and examine what’s going on out the window.


Aaron Tveit as Danny Zuko + wardrobe

SpockFact #26

Spock has complete control over his body temperature. He is able to control his temperature in the same way he controls whether or not he feels pain, or when and how he enters a healing trance. He often uses this control to mess with Drs. McCoy and M'Benga, and has instigated many fights between them over whether Vulcans feel hot or cold to the touch. 

(submitted by @adenil-umano)

We often develop a belief that when we go through a serious trauma, such as rape, or in your case being hit by a car and ‘thrown like a rag doll’ as you put it, that our loved ones and those who we love will gather around us and support us, and protect us. It’s simply not the case Amber, as you have learned. We are humans. A slightly higher breed of animal. Animals run when they are scared, and return only when they feel safe. When trauma such as yours happens, and if friends DO come around, we tend to think 'oh! We are good friends! We are close friends’ and even this is not the case. Many times after my incident people brought food. I thought that it meant that I had a close friend in them. Nothing ever became of it. When we are raw in our hurt and pain, truly raw in our hurt and anger, we are incredibly insensitive…and yet equally as sensitive to all the wrongs that we feel have been dealt to us. It is a film over our eyes to believe that people will be able to be there for us, and care as we need them to. They are simply incapable of it. You need to let this belief go. You need to forgive them for failing you. You need to forgive yourself for expecting it.
—  Vicky, my psychotherapist