because...well

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@khadijashari  (@hkassel)

sh cast: there’s a lot of malec, very sweet, romantic moments

sh promo team: *spoiling every little malec scenes* stills, teasers here you go guys

*episodes air*

me: where. are. those. FULL. scenes. ?

sh prod: yeah we had to cut out a lot of it, the episode was too long, you will never get to see them but they were filmed don’t worry

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@iambriannamichelle  (@hkassel)

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@mameadjei4

Today I was at some malls lounging around for 7 hours because I couldn’t get home, and during that time I decided to visit our local gamestores and ask them questions, mostly pertaining to the 3rd of March, when I came across this

AND I DIDN’T PLAN ON SPENDING MONEY BECAUSE I’M SAVING MONEY (read: dirt poor) AND I DON’T REALLY NEED THIS BUT… I N E E D THIS see the difference

So in other words, Danganronpa is a disease and it will it slowly but surely eat out the rest of my life

at least whoever sees me playing consoles somewhere would immediately know I’m a huge trash for danganronpa

here’s to hoping V3 will tremendously exceed my expectations so I have enough resolve to remove the silicon vita case and just use the case with the V3 cast

Peter Cushing on whether or not he really gets into the roles he portrays. (x)

Cushing was always known to portray his characters with absolute sincerity and detail, so much so that when he played the role of Dr. Frankenstein he went to his doctor to ask him what was the most convincing way of dissecting a brain, etc. The man always had the utmost respect for his audience and has stated that, “You cannot make a film […] without integrity. To make the audiences believe in you, you must believe utterly in what you are doing.”