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Senior year.

Chowder should have known better than to think of it as some magical, easy ride. He saw Shitty go through the craziness of applying to and choosing a law school. He saw Jack’s entire semester get eaten up by talking and negotiating with NHL teams. He saw Ransom’s breakdowns over medical school and Holster’s constant fretting over getting a job. He saw Bitty’s week-long freak out over what the fuck he planned on doing.

He saw it all firsthand, but he didn’t anticipate every single one of them hitting him at once.

He didn’t expect the scouts asking for him, coming out just to see him. He didn’t expect to like his human rights class so much that his professor suggested a career in civil rights law. He didn’t expect to spend a semester volunteering at the hospital and loving it so much he wanted to stay. He didn’t expect his summer internship working in media relations would turn into a full-time job offer after graduation. He didn’t expect to have to choose from so many options.

He’s wasted so many pieces of papers on pros/cons lists, but none of them have been conclusive. Obviously, there are advantages and drawbacks to every option. He tries to look at it from every angle - financial, geographical, practical.

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Please help me

EMERGENCY HELP,

I really hate having to do this, But I REALLY desperately need help. As many of you may know my boyfriend lost his job, And has not been able to find one, even though hes been out applying like crazy. I live with my boyfriend and three cats, and we are in bad condition. I can’t afford to feed all of us. We have less than 20$ for this month to feed all of us, I also can’t afford rent on my own, I need to raise $300 so that I can pay rent. If anyone can please, please donate even a $1 so that we can please eat or maybe can save our apartment so we don’t become homeless that would be amazing, I’m currently most fixated on trying to get food for me and my cats, so please help me.

My paypal is: tyler_rothwell@hotmail.com


If you can’t donate, please consider signal boosting this, I need any help I can get at this point, thank you..

anonymous asked:

Hiii do you know anything I can do to attract a job? I've been applying like crazy but it's a year now and I'm using all the help I could get! Thank you x

Great question and I would be happy to help.  A bunch of my friends joke around about me being able to find jobs in a snap.  It is one of my “magic” powers.  

Before we get to any magic, might I advise a couple of different routes you may not be considering?  I always like to take a real world approach before handing out any spells.  I am not an old lady by any means, but I have learned a thing or two, and I think I might be able to help.  (Whether you like this type of advice is entirely up to you, but take it from me: the job market can be tough to navigate and sometimes it helps hearing this kind of advice from someone who has been down that road.)

Originally posted by tinaillustration

1.  Have you recently updated/revised your resume and cover letter?  Seriously, sometimes people do not hire you based on the content in your cover letter.  The wording could be off-putting, it could be too long (or too short), it could be not informative enough.  Cultivating your cover letter and resume is like crafting a spell; it needs to be worded correctly, express who you are as an employee in a concise manner, and make you seem as hireable as possible.  (You could also put a sigil on your cover letter and resume without anyone ever knowing using invisible ink or printing in white.) . A great website for formatting your cover letter and resume to make it look like THE BOMB DOT COM is CVMKR.

2.  Have you applied for every available job, including the ones that you may think you are “above”?  Listen, I have a BFA in Photographic Imagery; I didn’t exactly choose the most profitable and available field in the world.  I loved every bit of time I spent in college learning about art (and other various topics) and I am incredibly proud of what I accomplished.  I am still very passionate about my work, but the fact of the matter is that dream jobs are incredibly hard to come by.  There were plenty of times I had to suck up my pride and apply at places I thought I was too good for.  That includes fast food chains and restaurants, data entry, and even sales positions for companies I knew were absolute bullshit (the sales companies, not everything else.)  It took me years of gaining experience, freelancing, working for next to absolutely nothing, and busting my ass to get to where I am today.  So, if you haven’t gone down to McDonald’s or Walmart, you might want to lace up your boots and get to walking.  Money is money anyway you slice it, even if it means working at a place you aren’t necessarily are proud of.  I know that seems like tough love, but it is true.

My dad once told me, “You only get out of life what you put into it.”  I put in hours upon hours of literal blood, sweat, and tears, sleepless nights, going hungry and almost being homeless, paying thousands upon thousands of dollars back to student loans, and I have only JUST gotten what I would consider to be a dream job.  I believed in what I was doing every day.  I got up even when I didn’t want to.  You just have to keep trying, even when things seem grim.

3.  There are quite a few spells involving careers and money.  I am going to refer you to @urbanspellcraft and @flowing-to-the-ocean’s spells.  I trust their work to help you along the way, but just know that magic can only take you so far.  In the amount of time you would spend working during an average work day (8+ hours), you need searching and applying for jobs, calling employers for interviews, and going to temp agencies.  If not, you won’t find a job.  Take it from me, as someone who spent the better part of a decade struggling to find a career and finally–FINALLY–got her dream job.  You can do it, you just have to try.

* Spell to Get the Job You Want
* Spell for Job Seekers

Long time no see, guys. Sorry about that. I got a real job and it’s consuming all the time I have to draw lol

And I also created a new account in Neopets last week. Does anyone still play it?? I’m having fun haha


edit: ALSO thank you all who started following me after that last Sirius raises Harry AU comic!! I love reading your comments on it ♥

Someone Chatty This Way Comes

Also on AO3.
Look, an actual one-shot!  This is the @miraculousfluffmonth  Aug 24 prompt, wrong number.


Once Marinette had gotten Tikki settled with a couple of warm cookies, still soft with melty chocolate, she picked up her cell phone.  "I’m just going to make sure Chat got home all right.“

"He did get thrown pretty hard today,” Tikki said.  "But the miraculous cure should have fixed everything.“

Marinette shrugged.  "It may have fixed the physical bits, but there’s still the memory of it.”  She knew that first hand.  She knew she didn’t have to be concerned about him developing a tolerance to the cure, and that it would work on him every time; she’d questioned her kwami after a particularly brutal attack on that particular topic.  She pulled up the messaging app they’d started using a few months ago.  She’d learned about it from Alya.  A lot of their classmates used it to keep in touch out of school, and to get homework help.  Ladybug and Chat used it to talk when they were out of their suits.

“It’s nice that you worry about him,” Tikki said, smiling happily as she took another bite of the cookie she was working on.

“Of course I do,” Marinette said, indignant.  "He’s my partner, and one of my closest friends.“

"Any chance his persistence is paying off?” Tikki asked.

Marinette turned away, feeling the heat in her cheeks.  "I have no idea what you’re talking about.“

"Sure you don’t,” Tikki agreed.  "You’d never blush over your partner.“  She giggled.  "You’re so cute, Marinette.”

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Hey guys just thought I would give you an update!

Gwen had a job interview and is still waiting to hear back from them, kimmy and I are still applying like crazy and this one place I really want to work at is hiring. So I’m excited because I talked to the manager and we have been emailing about the position.

We went apartment looking today and yesterday and we need $150 usd for the application fee, $650 usd deposit and first months rent at $1,050 usd. — so in total we need $1,850 usd — if we can raise the money, we will have an apartment we can actually afford!!! We need to jump on it as soon as possible before someone one else scoops it up!!!

Our PayPal email is littletransgirl18@gmail.com! Thank you all so much!!! And please as soon as possible we really need this to be off the streets permanently!!!

I’m so sensitive about Kara Danvers, as soon as I see someone saying something bad about her I’m like

Yoongi Scenario: Love is...

Request: May I request a fluff where yoongi takes care of you on your period.

Genre: Fluff


Staring at yourself in the mirror you huffed for the fifth time, you were trying to make soft waves in your hair with a curling iron but then you couldn’t get a grasp of it, the curl didn’t turn out the way you wanted or it just didn’t form the curl at all. 

-What the hell is wrong with this thing?- you murmured glaring at the curling iron. 

You did a few more tries, just on the tips of the hair but you got tired of it, by this point you were far too stressed, you wouldn’t focus on what you were doing and knowing yourself you knew you were only going to end up burning your hands, so you put that aside and went to the kitchen to grab a cup of coffee.

Yoongi was on the living room working on his computer as usual, he spent every given chance on your apartment and you were glad for it, before that it had been hard seeing each other, almost impossible due to his crazy long schedules, but applying this method it meant you could spend more time together as a couple.

You didn’t notice when he had gotten up to follow you, but now Yoongi had his hands on your hips while you poured your cup of coffee. He was standing behind you, his head leaned down as he brushed his nose against your neck.

 -You smell delicious-

You turned around, the mug on your hand. -Thank you… I guess-

Yoongi gave you a little confused smile. -You don’t believe me?- he got closer and pecked your lips. -I like your hair, you look pretty-

You stared down at the tips of your hair, your halfway done job, you couldn’t even do that, how Yoongi could say that mess was pretty? he pressed his hands on your hips pulling them a little closer to his own. You sighed, of course, he wanted something. -That’s why you are saying I look pretty?- you asked in a tone of voice that sounded more annoyed that you had expected.

Yoongi looked surprised but he shook his head. -No, of course not, I just wanted to tell you that Y/N- he took a step back and you sighed again.

-So you don’t want me?-

Yoongi’s frown deepened. -What? I… Y/N of course I want you, I always want you, but what are you saying?-

You shook your head. -No, you just said it wasn’t because of that- you placed the mug on the table feeling like suddenly everything was too much. -So you were lying? You don’t want me anymore?-

Yoongi was seriously confused now, he looked at you, you were breathing heavily, your eyes were near tears. -Y/N, I think you should..-

-I’m calm Yoongi, before you say it, I’m very calm, it’s just that I don’t get it, ok? I don’t get it-

He took your hands, caressing them softly. -Look, how about if you lay down for a moment? I think you need a break-

-You don’t want to talk to me anymore?- you asked in a practically broken voice, your hands getting away from his.

Yoongi breathed deeply, patience, he had promised himself he was going to be patient with you. -It’s not that, I just think you should rest for a while-

-I get it- you said, grabbing the mug of coffee and pushing it on his chest. -I’ll take a nap, alone, take your coffee-

Yoongi grabbed the cup of coffee watching you as you left for the bedroom, atonished by your outburst, something was fishy here, you seemed so emotional, it was almost like you were on those days…

-But of course- he said taking a sip of the coffee that wasn’t even for him to begin with. He sighed.  -Women-

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I guarantee you this will be canon in the future

The kids keep begging Mr. Krupp to let them go on a fun, cool field trip for once instead of a boring, strictly educational one and he keeps saying no. It goes on for weeks until Edith finally takes pity on them. 

Edith: Leave it to me. I’ll convince him. 

Harold: How? 

George: He’s crazy stubborn. 

Edith: *applying lipstick* I have my ways. 

*Five minutes later*

Edith: *comes out of Krupp’s office holding signed and stamped paperwork authorizing the fun field trip* Done. You’re welcome. 

*Cut to Mr. Krupp in his office, disheveled and covered in kiss marks with hearts flying around his head* 

Yahoo Movies exclusive interview with Robert Pattinson by Kevin Polowy

How familiar were you with the source material for Lost City of Z? Had you read David Grann’s book?

Yeah, James gave me the book when it was a totally different script. Or I may have read it long before there was even a script at all. I think at the time he was thinking about me to play Percy’s son. Because I must’ve only been about 21. And then I just kind of stayed with it as time went on, and it went through all these different casts. [Laughs]

It sounds like the script changed a lot through the years. What were the biggest changes made over time?

When I first read it, it was a straight action movie, like Indiana Jones. It was this rip-roaring adventure movie, and not this kind of epic, elegant saga that takes place over 30 years.

Costin is a much more minor character in the book. What did you build off of to shape him?

Well, I always thought with Percy’s character it would be a good idea to have a foil. I always interpreted Percy’s character as this man determined to fix the reputation that he thinks he’s deserved, and which his father has ruined for him. … He keeps going back to the jungle again and again and again, just to fix this insecurity. So I liked the idea of Costin being this character who basically had a total disregard for the English aristocracy or any kind of social climbing whatsoever. So he didn’t really want to bring anything back from the jungle, anyway. The entire point for him was just to go because he had nothing to live for in England.

How much information was out there about the real guy? Any sense of his military career?

Well, Costin in reality was a refrigerator salesman. There was an advert in the Times of London saying, “Adventurers Wanted.” That’s actually how he got the job. [Laughs] He was one of the only people who applied for it. But he was in the army — he was a physical fitness instructor. But really, I liked the craziness of just applying to be an adventurer.

You rock some pretty rad facial hair in this movie. Did that look grow on you — pun intended — or did you not care for it?

By the end, I was definitely over it. But at least when you’re shooting a movie with your face covered, there’s very little makeup to be done. It was definitely a “Get out of bed and that’s it” situation. That helped in the middle of the jungle.

You’ve played lead roles, you’ve taken supporting parts — this is more of a supporting role in an ensemble. Do you have a preference these days?

There are certain directors I just really want to work with, and you bring what you can to a part. But in some ways it’s kind of nice [to play a supporting role]. It is a little bit liberating because you don’t have to concentrate on the narrative thrust of the story. You’re just purely thinking about character and just embellishing it a little bit. But with this, I would’ve played any part in it, pretty much.

Costin has some great lines in this movie. I think one of my favorites is when you say to Hunnam, “We’re too British for this jungle.” Did you guys feel out of your element filming in the jungles of Colombia?

No, I really loved it. I guess in some ways, it was kind of hard. But it’s just incredible, going to work every day in a little boat, going up river in the middle of virgin jungle in Colombia. It was very, very close to being on vacation, to be honest. [Laughs]

But the type of vacation where you couldn’t eat anything?

Well, yeah. There’s a certain degree of harshness, and we were trying to lose as much as weight as possible in a really short period of time. So I guess there’s that element to it. But there’s a reason those guys wanted to keep going back as well. It’s amazing.

Do you consider yourself pretty adventurous? Could your relate to that thirst for exploration?

Yeah, definitely. I do sometimes find myself gravitating toward a job just because it’s shooting out in the middle of nowhere. If I’m shooting in a city, generally it can become a repetitive scenario. If you have anyone taking pictures on their phones, it just constantly reminds you of the reality of your life. And I find it becomes a little more difficult. Whereas if you’re out in the jungle and everyone is on the same page as you, you just sort of believe in character a little bit more.

What is your own personal Amazonian adventure? What is the biggest risk you’ve taken in your career so far?

I don’t know: I’ve done things which I thought were going to be really risky, which ended up not being risky at all. I generally try to keep finding ways to push the envelope as much as I can, and whenever I get the opportunity to do it, I generally try to take it. But I don’t really worry about taking risks, to be honest.

What’s something you thought was risky that ended up not being so?

I did this movie years ago called Bel Ami, which was at the height of all the Twilight stuff. It was this Guy de Maupassant novel about a guy who seduces women specifically to screw them out of their money and ruin their lives. I thought that was a relatively subversive choice to make at the time. [Laughs] And no one really seemed to think the same thing.

What is your relationship with your Twilight fan base these days? Has the madness that surrounded your life calmed down at all?

It’s definitely calmed down in terms of my everyday life, but mainly because I spend more time in London, which is totally different. And I’m doing more parts that just sort of interest me, while in a lot of ways taking a little bit of a step back just to learn and get better. I guess I’ve never really acknowledged what the fan base is, or even if I have one. [Laughs]

Oh, you have one.

But, yeah, I’m always pretty curious about what people say afterward, and who turns up, who likes the movie. It’s always kind of random. But I love it when someone who you just really wouldn’t expect says, “Oh, I liked you in this.”

What films have been most unexpected?

It’s always just really strange. I’ve done a bunch of movies which I thought might’ve been impossible to be seen. There was this film Little Ashes, where I played Salvador Dalí, from years and years ago, and just the other day I was walking down the street and somebody came up and said, “Oh, that’s my favorite film!” You kind of forget that people even watch your films. [Laughs]

What do you think of all the universe building that is going on in Hollywood right now and the possibility that they could reboot Twilight and expand its world? Could you ever see yourself playing Edward Cullen again?

Really, they’re expanding it? So I’ll get my own spin-off? [Laughs]

Potentially! It could be called Edward: Homecoming.

Yeah, exactly.

But would you ever dip back in if the opportunity presented itself?

I mean, I’m always kind of curious. Anything where there’s a mass audience — or seemingly an audience for it — I always like the idea of subverting people’s expectations. So there could be some radical way of doing it, which could be quite fun. It’s always difficult when there’s no source material. But, yeah, I’m always curious.

What type of role haven’t you been offered yet that you’re eager for?

I sort of, to a fault, rely a little bit too much on being inspired by things that land on my doorstep. I literally just did this movie called Good Time, which I think is a really interesting role. But I would’ve never, ever predicted that I would’ve liked it. [Pattinson plays a New York bank robber running from the police.] I think that he’s basically the embodiment of an angry commenter on the Internet.

That sounds great.

Well, if you watch the movie you’ll probably be like, “Huh? What are you talking about?” But one of my favorite things to do — this is quite embarrassing — but you know how when you look on Amazon and you see a product that’s got a consumer review that is so scathing, on like an electric toothbrush or something? Like, literally buying this toothbrush has ruined this person’s life. I always click on that person’s buying history, or their other reviews, and I’ll just read them for days and days. And I’m really amused. These people just have to vent this kind of furious anger on product reviews. I’ve always found that sort of character really interesting. [Laughs]

https://www.yahoo.com/movies/lost-city-z-star-robert-pattinson-epic-beard-embarrassing-amazon-habit-hed-ever-return-twilight-world-163024056.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=tw

“The Lost City of Z”, opens today April 14 2017 in NY and LA, with a wider release on Friday, April 21.

Cream

Hello my dears! Just some smut to get you through your day! 

There will be some non-smut being posted sometime this week I’m sure, but school is crazy and I’ve just applied for some jobs so I’ll try to keep you guys happy!

Enjoy!

DON’T OWN THE PICTURE

“You’ve officially lost it.”

“I thought girls liked this kind of thing?”

“WE are the ones who like to dress up, not the other way around baby!”

It had been a tough day at work, and honestly, you really wanted nothing more than to go to bed and cuddle with your boyfriend Jin.

The two of you had been together for a little over eight months now and you were completely in love. Jin was five years older than you, and he absolutely loved the word ‘oppa!’ coming from your mouth when he was balls deep inside of you.

However, Jin was a man of patience and generally never lost it unless the teasing was relentless. And you had just as much patience as the man in front of you.

But, right now was something completely different than your usual encounters with him.

Jin was weird on the best of days, but sometimes he just got a little… you couldn’t really explain it. You appreciated him for who he was and everything that he did cause he was him and you loved him very much, but, honestly, this was just crazy.

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'The Lost City of Z' Star Robert Pattinson on His Epic Beard, Embarrassing Amazon Habit, and If He'd Ever Return to the 'Twilight' World
Robert Pattinson on April 5 at the ‘Lost City of Z’ premiere (Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage)

Robert Pattinson has been waiting for his new movie The Lost City of Z to be revealed to moviegoers for nearly a decade. That’s about how long ago the 30-year-old Twilight alum was first approached by writer-director James Gray for his adaptation of David Grann’s popular non-fiction book about explorer Percy Fawcett’s long and dangerous search in the early 20th century for a hidden indigenous civilization in the Amazon.

Pattinson hung with the project through multiple lead changes (from Brad Pitt to Benedict Cumberbatch to, finally, Charlie Hunnam, who plays Fawcett). He even outgrew the role he was initially in the running for: Percy’s son Jack, played by Spider-Man Homecoming star Tom Holland. Pattison now portrays Henry Costin, a minor character in the book expanded for the screen, Fawcett’s hard-drinking, thick-bearded aide-de-camp. (The movie opens in theaters on Friday.)

In an exclusive interview with Yahoo Movies, Pattinson talked about the risks he’s attempted to take over the course of his career (even if no one noticed), if he’d ever consider returning to role of vampire Edward Cullen, and his embarrassing online habit that will pay dividends come one of his next films, Good Time.

How familiar were you with the source material for Lost City of Z? Had you read David Grann’s book?
Yeah, James gave me the book when it was a totally different script. Or I may have read it long before there was even a script at all. I think at the time he was thinking about me to play Percy’s son. Because I must’ve only been about 21. And then I just kind of stayed with it as time went on, and it went through all these different casts. [Laughs]

It sounds like the script changed a lot over the years. What were the biggest changes made over time?When I first read it, it was a straight action movie, like Indiana Jones. It was this rip-roaring adventure movie, and not this kind of epic, elegant saga that takes place over 30 years.

Costin is a much more minor character in the book. What did you build off of to shape him?
Well, I always thought with Percy’s character it would be a good idea to have a foil. I always interpreted Percy’s character as this man determined to fix the reputation that he thinks he’s deserved, and which his father has ruined for him…. He keeps going back to the jungle again and again and again, just to fix this insecurity. So I liked the idea of Costin being this character who basically had a total disregard for the English aristocracy or any kind of social climbing whatsoever. So he didn’t really want to bring anything back from the jungle, anyway. The entire point for him was just to go because he had nothing to live for in England.

Robert Pattinson in ‘The Lost City of Z’ (Photo: Amazon)

How much information was out there about the real guy? Any sense of his military career?
Well, Costin in reality was a refrigerator salesman. There was an advert in the Times of London saying, “Adventurers Wanted.” That’s actually how he got the job. [Laughs] He was one of the only people who applied for it. But he was in the army — he was a physical fitness instructor. But really, I liked the craziness of just applying to be an adventurer.

You rock some pretty rad facial hair in this movie. Did that look grow on you (pun intended), or did you not care for it?
By the end, I was definitely over it. But at least when you’re shooting a movie with your face covered, there’s very little makeup to be done. It was definitely, “Get out of bed, and that’s it” situation. That helped in the middle of the jungle.

You’ve played lead roles, you’ve taken supporting parts this is more of a supporting role in an ensemble. Do you have a preference these days?
There are certain directors I just really want to work with, and you bring what you can to a part. But in some ways it’s kind of nice [to play a supporting role]. It is a little bit liberating because you don’t have to concentrate on the narrative thrust of the story. You’re just purely thinking about character and just embellishing it a little bit. But with this, I would’ve played any part in it, pretty much.

Costin has some great lines in this movie. I think one of my favorites is when you say to Hunnam, “We’re too British for this jungle.” Did you guys feel out of your element filming in the jungles of Colombia?
No, I really loved it. I guess in some ways, it was kind of hard. But it’s just incredible, going to work every day in a little boat, going up river in the middle of virgin jungle in Colombia. It was very, very close to being on vacation, to be honest. [Laughs]

Watch Pattinson and Hunnam in a scene from ‘The Lost City of Z:’

But the type of vacation where you couldn’t eat anything?
Well, yeah. There’s a certain degree of harshness, and we were trying to lose as much as weight as possible in a really short period of time. So I guess there’s that element to it. But there’s a reason those guys wanted to keep going back as well. It’s amazing.

Do you consider yourself pretty adventurous? Could your relate to that thirst for exploration?
Yeah, definitely. I do sometimes find myself gravitating toward a job just because it’s shooting out in the middle of nowhere. If I’m shooting in a city, generally it can become a repetitive scenario. If you have anyone taking pictures on their phones, it just constantly reminds you of the reality of your life. And I find it becomes a little more difficult. Whereas if you’re out in the jungle and everyone is on the same page as you, you just sort of believe in character a little bit more.

What is your own personal Amazonian adventure? What is the biggest risk you’ve taken in your career so far?
I don’t know: I’ve done things which I thought were going to be really risky, which ended up not being risky at all. I generally try to keep finding ways to push the envelope as much as I can, and whenever I get the opportunity to do it, I generally try to take it. But I don’t really worry about taking risks, to be honest.

What’s something that you thought was risky that ended up not being?
I did this movie years ago called Bel Ami, which was at the height of all the Twilight stuff. It was this Guy de Maupassant novel about a guy who seduces women specifically to screw them out of their money and ruin their lives. I thought that was a relatively subversive choice to make at the time. [Laughs] And no one really seemed to think the same thing.

What is your relationship with your Twilight fanbase these days? Has the madness that surrounded your life calmed down at all?
It’s definitely calmed down in terms of my everyday life, but mainly because I spend more time in London, which is totally different. And I’m doing more parts that just sort of interest me, while in a lot of ways taking a little bit of a step back just to learn and get better. I guess I’ve never really acknowledged what the fan base is, or even if I have one. [Laughs]

Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in ‘Twilight’ (Photo: Summit)

Oh, you have one.
But yeah, I’m always pretty curious about what people say afterwards, and who turns up, who likes the movie. It’s always kind of random. But I love it when someone who you just really wouldn’t expect says, “Oh, I liked you in this.”

What films have been most unexpected?
It’s always just really strange. I’ve done a bunch of movies which I thought might’ve been impossible to be seen. There was this film Little Ashes, where I played Salvador Dalí, from years and years ago, and just the other day I was walking down the street and somebody came up and said, “Oh, that’s my favorite film!” You kind of forget that people even watch your films. [Laughs]

What do you think of all the universe building that is going on in Hollywood right now, and the possibility that they could reboot Twilight and expand its world? Could you ever see yourself playing Edward Cullen again?
Really, they’re expanding it? So I’ll get my own spin-off? [Laughs]

Potentially! It could be called Edward: Homecoming.
Yeah, exactly.

But would you ever dip back in if the opportunity presented itself?
I mean, I’m always kind of curious. Anything where there’s a mass audience — or seemingly an audience for it — I always like the idea of subverting peoples’ expectations. So there could be some radical way of doing it, which could be quite fun. It’s always difficult when there’s no source material. But yeah, I’m always curious.

What type of role haven’t you been offered yet that you’re eager for?
I sort of, to a fault, rely a little bit too much on being inspired by things that land on my doorstep. I literally just did this movie called Good Time, which I think is a really interesting role. But I would’ve never, ever predicted that I would’ve liked it. [Pattinson plays a New York bank robber running from the police.] I think that he’s basically the embodiment of an angry commenter on the internet.

That sounds great.
Well, if you watch the movie you’ll probably be like, “Huh? What are you talking about?” But one of my favorite things to do — this is quite embarrassing — but you know how when you look on Amazon, and you see a product that’s got a consumer review that is so scathing, on like an electric toothbrush or something? Like, literally buying this toothbrush has ruined this person’s life. I always click on that person’s buying history, or their other reviews, and I’ll just read them for days and days. And I’m really amused. These people just have to vent this kind of furious anger on product reviews. I’ve always found that sort of character really interesting. [Laughs]

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I mean no disrespect to you or your anons, but can I just say something that will probably come off bad and I don't mean for it to! But Louis was traveling around a lot last year, partying himself, while his mom was sick. In fact, publicly, he was out of the UK more than he was in it. I think Harry was actually there (and in London a good deal of the time Jay was hospitalized there) more than Louis was. We don't know how often Louis and Harry were together, either. Especially in Jamaica. 1/2

2/2 I lost my dad to cancer and during the year we were dealing with it, he and everyone else were always encouraging me and my sister to go out and do things. We actually had to be forced out of his room to go do something as mundane as shopping. We took a trip, too, for a week, and it was the best thing bc we came back ready to do what we needed to do. Anyway, I just don’t think it’s fair to say Harry wasn’t thinking about Louis or Jay because truthfully, we don’t know what was going on.


I am sorry you lost your father, anon.

But I think you’re missing a lot of context here, and not really considering it in this message.

First, the point of my post about Jamaica, which, as I said repeatedly, was about how the only fandom head canons I ever saw related to Louis supporting Harry. Never the other way around. That was a critique over the fandom, not what Louis and Harry actually did, which we have no way of knowing, and which I make no judgment on, as I said in the post.

Second, it’s hard to compare the public sightings of Harry and Louis. We barely have any public sightings of Harry last year, and he claims he was in Jamaica for those two months privately.

On the flip side, many of Louis’ public sightings were strangely dated. Remember all of the weird hair length stuff while doing Calabasas Commons walks? On top of that, since Louis was the one with the secretly sick mother in the UK and a public newborn in LA, it completely makes sense for him to be public everywhere but the UK. It helped protect his family from this fucking invasive fandom. By being public elsewhere, all sides of the fandom were able to focus on (and argue over) babygate. Had he been publicly seen in the UK, especially near a hospital, the fandom would’ve gone crazy. This applies to his sisters, too.

So in this case, Louis being seen not in the UK, and especially looking like he was doing fun things, makes sense. That negates your entire first point, in my opinion. Louis not being seen in the UK protected his family and his privacy. Good for him!

Third, for many Larries, it’s not Jamaica alone that annoys them. It’s the fact that Harry got a bee (babygate isn’t over), that Louis’ warning selfies now seem to be Harry-related solo shit selfies, that the 28 is now all about Harry. The Louis tweet, the follow of the guy with the gross video, the rainbow pin, etc is starting to feel like clear baiting to a lot of people. That, combined with the fact that Harry quit with all of the subversive tweets, etc last year while Louis was in the thick of babygate–that Harry seemed to get to forget about Larry and Larries for a year, until it was time to make money–leaves a bad taste in a lot of people’s mouths.

(I also know we don’t know why Harry stopped with the public subversion. Maybe Louis asked him to. We don’t know. But we can only judge based on our limited info. And it seems like he is using Larries for money.)

And because of that holistic context, a lot of people are upset at gifs of Harry drunk as fuck in Jamaica, using the fact that he’s carefree and privileged enough to jaunt off to an island, to sell his solo career. It’s just one more way, for a lot of people, that Harry gets the world while Louis gets shit.