me, to myself through gritted teeth, after watching a new show and liking literally hundreds of posts relating to it: okay now pick the PERFECT one and ONLY reblog that one because you need to show some goddamn SELF-CONTROL. MAYBE put one in the queue. don’t overdo it this time
me, a day later: hi guys so i’ve switched fandoms,
<b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b><p></b> <b>Me in the shower:</b> *writes a novel, its prequel and 5 sequels in 6 different languages. The words flow perfectly. Its plot is intricate. The characters are complex and 3D. It's heartwarming and tear jerking. It's perfect. The flowers are blooming. The bees are saved. There is world peace.*<p/><b>Me the second i leave the shower:</b> h o w 2 eNgLiSH<p/></p><p/></p><p/></p><p/></p>
i went on my laptop to watch one scene from a very potter musical cause i couldn’t remember how a song went, and then i ended up watching all three musicals and i don’t know how that happened oh my gosh
Rian Johnson said there will be no romance that is central to the storyline in The Last Jedi – that doesn’t mean there won’t be one at all, and in fact we know a central romance was the plan from the get-go*. Johnson went on to specify the absence of a Han and Leia dynamic, and how there would be no relationship like that.
Reylo is fine.
The Vanity Fair writer name dropped two very popular ships, St//rmpilot, and of course Reylo, when quoting Johnson above. Most people are reading this to mean that these ships specifically won’t happen, when NO WHERE is that said. Period. Reading comprehension is fun!
[Note: St//rmpilot WAS actually debunked by John Boyega and Kathleen Kennedy/Lucasfilm, but Reylo has NEVER been discounted… quite the opposite].
Reylo is fine. 👍
JJ Abrams has said a central romance* was “no doubt” in the works since the beginning, and it has existed before Finn was created. Unlike Jedi Killer [Kylo Ren] and Kira [Rey] who both have been CENTRAL figures since conception.
[Note: F//nnrey was debunked before conception and again a few years later by John Boyega].
Reylo is fine.
The Databank and canon sources [novelizations and commentary] provide irrefutable statements that Rey and Kylo Ren share a mysterious connection, that their destinies are intertwined, that Kylo feels compassion for Rey, that she senses his vulnerabilities, and the hints at redemption keep coming … all of these facets exist to make their relationship THE MOST OPEN TO POSSIBILITIES, and nothing that was revealed in the VF article hinders their potential. They will continue to have “a very interesting relationship moving forward.”
“Sure, we have to go back home for the summer, but imagine how totally awesome going back is going to be. Until then I’ve gotta go back to the Muggle world. They’re gonna try to tell me that this wasn’t real and none of this happened, but you know what? It was real. It did happen. We spent time here, we made friends here. It’s a part of us. Hogwarts is bigger than any of us, bigger than its founders and it’s gonna be here long after we’re gone. Maybe we’ll see our kids come here one day. That’s the thing about Hogwarts see, no matter how long you’re away from it, there’s always a way back.”
(Darren Criss in A Very Potter Sequel)
“Harry Potter, he helped me once. He taught me something. He taught me that it’s alright to let go of things that hurt us. He taught me to open my heart up to what’s new. Harry Potter gave me a new family. He taught me how to love. I guess that’s kind of what Harry Potter is all about. But you know there comes a time when you have to move on. A time when we have to let even Harry Potter go. And that’s ok.”
(Joe Walker in A Very Potter Senior Year)
Ah, the two famous speeches also known as I’m not crying, you’re crying!