Baz and Simon meet in a community center art class and become fast enemies; much to the chagrin of their matchmaking therapist. Over the next few months tensions escalate, paint is thrown, coffee is had, and the two of them learn that there’s more to life than just doing what’s expected of you
The Christmas Invasion - Behind the Scenes [Part 11]
Excerpt from Benjamin Cook’s articles in Doctor Who Magazine #365
[Benjamin Cook asking David Christmas-themed questions]
BC: Which gift from ‘The 12 Days of Christmas’ would you most like to receive this year?
DT: If the pipers piping were Billie Pipers, then obviously I’d go for that. But that would be quite creepy. It’s got to be ladies dancing, hasn’t it? I mean, there’s not really much contest. Five golden rings you could flog, if they were really nice. But I don’t think you’d get much for them.
BC: If there were five of them, they’re unlikely to be top-notch quality.
DT: Well thought through. I mean, all the others would just be irritating, frankly. And dirty. Colley birds? French hens? Yes, you could eat them, but then you’d have to murder them yourself. I don’t want to do that at Christmas. That’s far too much effort. I want a shrink-wrapped turkey from Sainsbury’s. No, ladies dancing - much better. They can come and dance in my Christmas parlour.
BC: What’s the worst Christmas record of all time?
DT: Ooh jings. No, there’ve got to be some terrible ones, haven’t there? Well, anything by Cliff Richard. Mistletoe and Wine? It’s got to be Mistletoe and Wine. That is a heinous piece of work, isn’t it? My mum likes it. She likes everything by Cliff Richard. But she is wrong! It’s saccharine, and repulsive, and when all those kids start singing at the end, you just want to murder. It’s horrible.
i can't believe after five years of working together, josh flanagan was the one to Do That (or convince them to do that)
where lindsay and barbara tried and failed josh flanagan succeeded. third time’s the charm. he persevered through michael’s constant "gavin is ugly and has cooties” and it paid off. thank you, josh. thank you. he’s truly the hero The People deserve
and now I think I’m getting carried away with myself, but if vilde was the one to have the sense knocked into her and that realisation hits home that she’s got to pick up her goddamn game and redeem herself from all that she’s done to sana, despite sana’s constant loyalty to her and ultimate friendship when vilde was being ringed out by others, that because we aren’t getting out vilde season where we’d be sure to have the ultimate flow up for her character too we have to have it here amongst sana’s as well. so with vilde we know fitting in is something she struggles for too but perhaps not so much in a minority way but more of a fitting in with the popular crowd and societies ultimate positioning amongst others. and in part of that we have the russ bus and society of that tradition and what is vilde realises what she’s done and all that sana has done for her and the others and enough is enough and here is her moment, and she ends up going up to the pepsi max girls and being all “it’s sana or no bus” and maybe the pepsi max girls won’t redeem themselves and they’ll say no sana then, but because this is vilde’s level up she’ll tell them, no bus it is.
but i’m sure that sana getting her russ bus moment is valid and important in her identification and positioning within norwegian society despite being muslim and she will get her bus. but it will be with those who matter. it’ll go back to how it was meant to be with the five of them and their friendship will be stronger for knowing each other as each other and not letting anyone else come between them.
I'm new here and I've gotta ask, if Undyne and Alphys are swapped, then how come Undyne looks like she's in better shape than Alphys? I only ask because Alphys looks like she's fat instead of muscular.
Well, Alphys muscles aren’t sculpted like you typically see muscles on models and in movies/Tv shows, but doesn’t mean she is fat. She just isn’t “cut.” Just like just because Undyne is skinny doesn’t mean shes “fit.”
Muscles actually used for strength don’t look like you would typically think they do. Most the things you see in movies and all that are “for show” muscles and while yes, they are strong, they aren’t nearly as strong as muscles meant for pure strength. This lovely lady here:
is a woman who has built muscle purely for strength and Alphys is modeled more after someone like her. Alphys doesn’t build muscle for show, she builds them to kick butt and because of her natural body type and stature, she ends up looking more like the lady above. Alphys is thick and short, more compact. So she can come off as “chubby” sometimes when really she isn’t at all.
Shes definitely got muscles. They just aren’t “chiseled” like you typically see, as my husband puts it. Shes also got wide hips and thick stomach muscles. I need to draw them one day just because swol women make me happy.
Even if she truly had more body fat, she could still be fit and strong af, making her a powerful Guard Captain. Like a sumo. Those guys can be scary.
And trust me, Undyne in RB isn’t fit. She’s just lucky enough to be one of those people whose always skinny. She’s strong enough to lift some machinery, but ends up using other machines or calling DPB or Alphys to come help her lift the heavy things. She doesn’t have much muscle really. Though sometimes she wishes she had the proper motivation to build up some.
Sorry this was so long. You know when you see a long post from this blog, it’s 99% of the time from me or I had a big hand in it. I can’t keep things short to save my life.
Stefan Rose, actor turned businessman, made one more mistake that is starting to make his empire fall apart. Called a playboy and womanizer by the media, accused of being homophobic and racist, he needs a miracle to redeem himself, so a miracle he will create.
Aurora is his perfect twenty-year-old daughter, enjoying her life in New York until her father makes an unbelievable proposition to save their family’s power. To marry her to Ms. Moore, the CEO of a big company who also happen to be his high school sweetheart, so he can pretend to be happy and accepting of his daughter’s relationship to another woman.
What Aurora never expected, was for this Ms. Moore to be so charming. Or to be charmed by the older woman so quickly.