christmas-stories

watisityusae  asked:

What are your top 5 favorite movies?

idk how to do top lists in small numbers lmao

Rear Window
The Philadelphia Story
Witness for the Prosecution
Taxi Driver
Pulp Fiction
Mulholland Drive
Basquiat
One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
Dazed and Confused
Thelma & Louise
Inglourious Basterds
Donnie Darko
The Silence of the Lambs
The Big Lebowski
The Graduate
The Fifth Element
Dial M for Murder
Bringing Up Baby
Adam’s Rib
It’s a Wonderful Life
Zodiac
Secretary
Talk To Her
Romeo + Juliet (Baz Luhrmann)
Being John Malkovich
Melancholia
Abre Los Ojos
Labyrinth
The NeverEnding Story
American Beauty
The Breakfast Club
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Contact
There Will Be Blood
Back to the Future
National Lampoon’s Vacation
Christmas Vacation
A Christmas Story
The Hours
The Others
Blue is the Warmest Color
River’s Edge
Bridesmaids
The Royal Tenenbaums
Fargo
Run Lola Run

that’s all i can think of for now

anonymous asked:

Omg I love this concept of Anne being super close to y/n. Like, having little inside jokes in front of harry. Anne calling you more often than she calls H so he acts a bit sad sometimes but in reality loves how well you two get along. Anne helping you decorate your house for Christmas. Baking sessions and stories about Harry's big ears when he was a baby. You telling her about a little fight you had with H and Anne assuring you that he's crazy about you, no matter how bad your fight was

YALL ARE KILLING ME

every year around christmas me and my grandma play this fun family game called “maybe you want to put jesus in your room instead, sweetie? :)”. now, it’s important to note that the jesus referred to in our game is not actually the real jesus christ, but instead a wooden figure i made in 2011 that has an uncanny resemblance to the lord and savior himself

so what happens is that i place jesus in our living room, and my grandma smiles and asks me if i don’t want to decorate my room with him instead. i ask her in return if she thinks my jesus figure is ugly (which he is), but she reassures me that this is not the case. however, a couple of days later jesus mysteriously disappears from our living room, and appear in my room instead

now, the real jesus christ might have been able to perform a miracle like this, but please remember that the jesus in our story is only a figure made out of wood. he can not move on his own, so i think we can safely say that my grandma is the prime suspect here

the first year i would often confront my grandma about this, but she would always make up an excuse and never straight up tell me she moved him because he’s so ugly it’s an embarrassment to the family

eventually i grew tired of her lies, so now we only move jesus around in silence. one second he’s in the living room, the next he’s back in my room. in a way i think this adds an extra element of excitement to the holiday season, because you never know for sure when jesus is going to be moved again

musical ratings based on if children swear
  • falsettos: great at first, but slows down a lot. 7/10
  • annie: terrible. so many children, so few swears. 0/10
  • into the woods: none, but if it was made now im certain little red would drop an f-bomb. 1/10
  • music man: not even trying. 0/10
  • fun home: idt there are any? 0/10
  • billy elliot: incredible. set the standard. if u like children swearing this is the show for u. 11/10
  • spring awakening: theyre not child actors, but gosh do they swear a lot. 2/10
  • matilda: they say hell a couple times. 5/10
  • spelling bee: again, not child actors. if "erection" is a swear, 3/10, if not, 0/10
  • a christmas story: no full on swears, but quite a few near swears, so its alright. 2/10
  • school of rock: very good. bonus for talking abt hating the man, minus for being a not great show. 8/10
  • sound of music: can u imagine if one of those kids started swearing thatd be hilarious. 0/10

80’s movies and chill

She Never Stopped Smiling

by reddit user Pippinacious

Fly was an odd kid, even by odd kid standards. I met her in sixth grade, when our alphabetically ordered last names landed us in adjacent seats, and she turned to look at me with a cheerful, gap toothed smile.

“Hi!” She said.

“Hi.” I replied quietly.

I was shy and intimidated by my first day in middle school, but she wasn’t the least bit nervous.

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A story from Space Dad on this fine Christmas Eve.

“’Twas The Night We Formed Christmas”

First, we had Peter Pan then Grease, now the newest musical that will hit live television is A Christmas Story.

Benj Pasek and Justin Paul behind the songwriting process for “La La Land” will be heading the music aspect composing the songs we will see aired on Fox for this Christmas holiday. The production will be a three-hour live event.

Olan Rogers:

I’ve posted about this amazing man once or twice but I wanted to make an official textpost as a shoutout to him. He’s a comedian with videos on YouTube of stories and sketches. His stories are what hooked me, though. They’re hilarious and fun and amazing! His videos are like Pringles. Once one pops, one just can’t stop. When you watch one, you binge! “Just one more” is a lie. And he’s not too difficult to look at, if you know what I mean.

His most popular video is called Ghost In The Stalls. This gif is from the video…

Originally posted by idk-crocs

I suggest these stories: 

Ghost In The Stalls, Echoes Through The Wall, Christmas Time Boy (live story), The Comeback Kid, The Package Delivery, The Bad Apple, A Thief In The Night, The Popcorn King, The Snack Thief, It’s In The Genes, Eyes For You, The Fear Awakened, The Batman Birthday, An Odd Day To Die, Death Is A Quiet Wave, Midnight Claw, Chuck E. Cheese, Stand By Me, and last but certainly not least, The Crumb That Fell.

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