dis be queue

  • Leo: They call me coffee because I grind so fine ;)
  • Jason: Oh my god
  • Piper: They call me coffee because I keep you up past 2am
  • Jason: Pipes, not you too…
  • Nico: They call me coffee-
  • Jason: Please no
  • Nico: Because I’m dark and bitter and most people don’t like me without changing some aspect of who I am
  • Jason: Oh
  • Rick: Very few demigods live to reach adulthood
  • My brain: Over the course of Heroes of Olympus, there are nine main characters with written perspectives, each of which are demigods. Considering a 50% chance of survival, which is frankly probably too high of a number based on the amount of adult demigods we've seen in canon as well as the way Rick talks about how little chance there is of demigod survival, that still means that at the very least four or five of the main cast probably won't live past their 20s
  • Me: I'm so glad everyone will live to 100 and stay friends forever :)
2

“Half dressed, apologetic. A mess, she looked
Pathetic, she cried:

Please don’t go sir…”

Here is Part 2 of my Marliza diptych which explores the recurring and contrasting leitmotifs in Hamilton (in this instance, helplessness). :D And, below are the two girls side by side.

Eliza: first love, beginnings, creation, song of innocence

Maria: worldly love, endings, destruction, abuse, song of experience

This one is for the anon who requested Marliza, whoever you are. I hope you see this! <3

After revealing to the Murphys that he lied
  • Announcer: Now singing a song about self-indulgent self-loathing, Mr. Evan Hansen!
  • *Crowd applauds.*
  • Evan: Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! It’s so wonderful to be back here, even though I’m here, singing this song, a lot.
  • *Cue “You Stupid Bitch” from Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

This is supposed to be part of Marliza diptych - a contrasting Eliza / Maria two-piece - which I’m working on. It explores the leitmotifs that occur and re-occur in Hamilton. In this particular instance, the theme of helplessness with the line ‘Boy you got me / Helpless’ vs. ‘Don’t leave me with him / Helpless’.) Eliza’s is the Song of Innocence (to use a William Blake metaphor) so it exudes new beginnings, first love/innocence; Maria’s will be the Song of Experience and will have darker connotations, as the line itself does.