“Okay, here’s the story. I come from the gutter. I know that. I got no education……but that’s okay. With the right woman, there’s no stopping me. I could go right to the top. Anyway……what I got to tell you is this: I like you. I liked you the first time I laid eyes on you.”
Tony Montana - Scarface
My little chat with @disneyprinceronweasley inspired this. They may not be one of my favourite ships, but still they can be lovely and this Scarface’ quote always makes me think about them.
OOC: Hello again! Sorry for the random message, but I was having a really rough day the other day and your Post with Vani being nude and Ven getting all blushy gave me a much needed laugh. :) I'd like to give you a present as thanks but I can't draw! XD I can however write a good story! Are there any Ships you really like? :)
ah, you don’t have to make any present—it’s really okay! I’m glad you liked my recent photoset, I guess it’s really funny (lmao i laughed my ass off) all what I wanted was to bring joy to this place and I’m happy to see that’s happening right now.
buut if you insists, I can actually tell you my ships.
my moment to talk about ships has come!! jkjkjk.
ah well…it’s really tough to choose which ship I love the most….mmh
I don’t know…………
i mean, it’s not like they like each other or something….
Our king…our man… our cinnamon roll… The man who once entered our hearts and since then he hasn’t left that place…The man who made a huge effort to make the world we’re leaving better by doing the thing he loved the most ; singing and dancing. Today is Michael’s birthday… too bad he is not here with us to celebrate it… I always end up tearing up thinking that my idol is not in this world anymore… So I thought that I wanted to make a little tribute for him right here with this speech of mine and the photoset above…
All in all, I wanted to say a big “thank you” to the king for creating such an amazing piece of work and for making so many people around the world happy.
Michael, you will be in our hearts forever… You will be remembered… “Happy Birthday”, I guess…
What a thrill it was when my second-favorite Russian, Pavel Petel, agreed to talk openly about something that everyone right now seems to have an opinion about but few have any direct insight into: gay life in Russia. The dazzling Pavel entertains in clubs, on the streets, in parks — wherever his imagination takes him and his bodybuilder’s physique and model handsomeness play perfectly at odds with his vast collection of wigs, thigh-high boots, and lipsticks. No more a one man riddle wrapped in mystery inside an enigma, Pavel spoke briefly with me via email just before the opening of the 2014 Sochi Olympics.
MARK ADNUM: With the current situation in Russia, do you think your kind of pop-art has drifted into an area of political statement — protest?
PAVEL PETEL: I’m risking when I tell the truth. Everyone asks provocative questions, but no one is ready to provide real financial and legal help. I live in Moscow, Russia. I love life. I’m an actor! I am used to entertaining people and creating positively charged performances. I’m not interested in politics. I am a kind, trustful, naive and sincere person – there is no place for me in politics! I will benefit the world by entertaining people, not by organizing political protests.
However, I don’t have enough money to make all my creative ideas come to life. Recently an American digital magazine addressed me with a request to make them a free photoset and video with exclusive rights on the publication. They praised themselves to be the most popular digital magazine in the USA, but couldn’t send even a pair of shoes and wigs for shooting. I have a large audience in the West and my dream is to move to the USA. But I don’t want to lose Russian admirers either, so I will continue to communicate with them through my new project on YouTube.
MARK ADNUM: Your act is so delightful but there’s an undercurrent that you’re risking attracting very much the wrong kind of attention. What are your thoughts?
“I laugh harder with you. I feel more myself with you. I trust you with me– the real me. When something goes wrong, or right, or I hear a funny joke, or I see something bizarre, you’re the first person I want to talk about it.” – Before Jamaica Lane
The Christmas Invasion - Behind the Scenes [Part 2]
It seemed appropriate to post photos from David Tennant’s first episode on the day of Peter Capaldi’s first episode.
There are just sooooo many great behind-the-scenes photos from this special (even though the Doctor was unconscious for most of it)
Excerpts from Benjamin Cook’s article for DWM #365
[filming the first scene where the Doctor stumbles out of the TARDIS] David and Billie step into the TARDIS and close the door behind them. Standing outside in the rain, we can still hear their excited chatter. David: “I can’t believe this! I’m inside the TARDIS!” Billie: “Sorry, it’s a wee bit cramped in here.” Then we hear a girlish giggle. It’s David’s.
[filming the balcony/pilot fish scene] “You can write in Doctor Who Magazine,” says David, showing me the plastic imitation screwdriver that he’s been given, “that they don’t trust me with the real prop yet. Look,” he cries, “it’s a fake!”
[filming the swordfight] “Have you got padding on your arse?” Noel asks David. “No, it’s all mine,” he replies. “Do you think that’s the paparazzi?” Billie asks her co-stars, pointing at a speedboat on the water. “Maybe it’s the News of the World,” Noel shrugs. “Those boats have been circling all morning.” “I’m going to show them my arse!” declares David, standing up and promptly pulling down his pyjama bottoms, mooning out to sea. Unbeknownst to David, a make-up artist is standing right behind him. The poor lady gets quite the eyeful. “Oh jings,” gasps David, “I’m so sorry.” “It’s okay,” she stutters. “It’s nothing I haven’t seen before.”
“Every day, we, the students of Capeside, come to a place where you guys are in charge. You tell us when to arrive, when to leave, when to move rooms, when to eat. You tell us when we’re doing well, when we need to be doing better and we never ever question it because we’re afraid to. To question it is to go against the belief that the entire system is built upon, the belief that you guys know what’s right, and I’m not afraid to tell you that what happened in that classroom yesterday was not right. To make a student cry, to embarrass him, to strip of him of his dignity in front of the entire class is not right. While I do respect the system I do not respect men like you, Mr. Peterson. I don’t, I can’t, and I never will.”