What if you stop loving me and leave me for someone better? What if you go away because I'm too much to handle? What if you don't want me anymore because I'm sad all the time? What if-- *crying*
Hush baby. I will never stop loving you or leave you. You're the best little out of all the littles in the whole wide world. You make me so happy and I couldn't replace that if I tried. You're not too much to handle or too sad all the time. You shouldn't blame yourself for your meanie brain playing tricks on you. That's not who you are. I know you and I know you're a sweet little girl with just a lot on her mind. I love you baby girl. So so much.
Alright Psi Kids, I fully appreciate how hyped we all are for the TDM movie.
But it just hit me this morning that we have to watch Chubs try and deliver their friend’s letter, only to be shot.
We have to watch Ruby’s panic as she tries to help him, frantically trying to decide whether or not to use the panic button.
We have to watch Chubs be ripped away from them with a promise that that he’ll be alright.
And I’m sorry you guys, but reading that was one thing. I don’t know how I’m gonna live seeing it on the big screen???
“I’m not going to put myself in a situation I know I’ll be uncomfortable and stressed in,” shouldn’t warrant being told to just “give it a chance,” after months of “"giving it a chance,”“ and shouldn’t warrant being forced to do something that will make you unhappy, and after you don’t give in it still shouldn’t warrant the silent treatment and anger.
Handling a situation with maturity and calmness should not result in hostility from the other person.
You should always have the right to refuse going into a situation.
Well, according to this drunk, psychotic lamp from the 6th episode, they are the movies that play in one’s mind every night when they’re asleep in bed.
One could dream of anything. Riding a horse and drowning in oil are only a few examples given by the teacher of this final DHMIS episode.
People might be freaking out at this series, going all “what the heck!? Why did I just waste several minutes of my precious life watching this!?”. But I think the entire series is a masterpiece, my favorite being the final episode, during Yellow Guy’s dream sequence.
I just saw Yerma and I’m still a little bit overwhelmed and dazed, but it was so … damn good. Billie was outstanding, and I say it genuinely and without second thought, regardless of whether I’ve liked her in Doctor Who or not––that was a whole other standard of acting. Such a shattering, deeply emotional and raw performance … chapeau bas. I was enchanted; I can hardly think of any other study of a character in theatre that I found so heart-wrenching.
And the play itself, so very tragic but so relevant all the same, with a lingering and almost palpable sense of not-yet-realised tragedy pervading the air, the characters, the eerie music and half-coarse, half-lyrical words. I didn’t expect to find it this relevant and thought-provoking, not from the standpoint of someone so far removed from the issue itself as I presently am. But it was fascinating and unsettling: a study of obsession, of blind, hopeless testing of the boundaries––how far can we push before something breaks? In the end it felt like a punch in the gut, and I think that’s a damn good impression for a tragic play to leave.
I love theatre. God, I love it. And I love the fact that I’m living in a time where I’m able to watch something I would not be able to afford to see in any other context, almost as acutely as though I were sitting in the front rows. Delightful.
I knew you would do the right thing, I'm sorry for the way I treated you.
Yeah...F#ck your apology.
I said I was sorry.
You threatened to wear my face, expose me for I crime I did against my will, and played mind games with me.
I was testing you...to prove your loyalty.
Well now I'm never going to forgive you.
No... you don't deserve my forgiveness. You were focused on accusing me of treachery and denigrating me for wearing pretty dresses, that you didn't even realize you were willing to betray Jon's trust in me over your old grudges, instead of talking to me.
Maybe we were just fooling littlefinger.
I doubt that...D&D can't write for sh#t. They wrote this plot and expect us to make up after all the crap you pulled.
For Prompt Master! (You know who you are!) Based on this prompt
You know how people often say they walk on egg shells around someone? Michael likes to put his own spin on the classic phrase.
It’s been a few weeks since the play and the fight with Jeremy’s SQUIP, and Michael’s still as tense as ever. Whenever he’s with Jeremy, he feels as if he’s navigating across a floor covered in legos or he’s hopping across furniture to avoid an area consumed by lava. Any slight misstep could yield dangerous results.
It’s not that Jeremy is acting weird, the exact opposite actually. The latter is as normal as he can be, albeit more confident thanks to a slew of new friends, but Michael cannot bear the idea of being ditched again. He spends each day watching Jeremy’s every move to see if there’s a slight swagger to his steps or a faint drop of pitch in his voice, anything that could indicate that the SQUIP still has control.
He’s sure that one day he will relax, but today is not that day. When he spots Jeremy buying a green mountain dew out of a vending machine at the mall, he panics.