ok so theory time: rachel created/was the storm when she died and if you let chloe die, then the storm is gone because rachel is reunited with chloe and doesn’t need her revenge anymore. Basically, chloe was not destined to die and max saving chloe each time is a !!!good!!! choice.
I just love Donghyuck so much, I wish I could give him all the love in the world because he deserves it that much. I would do anything I could to make sure his smile never falters, or so his eyes never lose the shine that makes them sparkle like the stars in the night sky. He’s such a wonderful and talented young person with so so so much potential, and I can’t wait to see the successes he has in life. He really has stolen my heart, I love him so so dearly.
Gosh you're so dramatic and annoying, just let things be, man. This is a fan blog, not a "I need to discuss and over-explain everything to death because I can't let people have different opinions and go on with my life" chaos
I know this won't make a lot of sense, or if you'll even find this message believable, but something is going to happen-and soon. Whatever you do, have your screenshots ready and never ever forgive that vile, disgusting, and disgraceful PATHETIC excuse for a family. There is evil in that fucking house. I can't explain everything, and I wish I could, but just support him, okay? That's all you have to do.
Today is Mother’s Day in Belgium. I was sitting at the table working on MEL stuff when mom asked me what I was doing. So I started explaining what “lore” is, how related to worldbuilding it is (she didn’t know the term) and what we’re trying to do with MEL. It was basically a five-minute long explanation of the Mass Effect universe and why we’re analyzing it. She stared at me when I was finished. “Go on,” I said. “You can tell me it’s a waste of time or that it’s ridiculous. I won’t get mad.” “Honey, why would I tell you something is a waste of time if you like doing it?You should always do things that make you happy regardless of how pointless it may seem to others. It’s your life, isn’t it?” Mom is always encouraging me to get my work noticed (actual irl work) so I thought she would say that I could do better things than spending hours on MEL, you know? But she was just supportive, even if she didn’t entirely get it. It’s nice. I’m lucky to have her :)
Igor Stravinsky loved expressing himself and wrote a good
deal on interpretation. As he bore a volcano within him, he
urged restraint. Those without even the vestige of a
volcano within them nodded in agreement, raised their
baton, and observed restraint, while Stravinsky himself
conducted his own Apollon Musagète as if it were
Tchaikovsky. We who had read him listened and were
(“The Magic Lantern” by Ingmar Bergman)
Most of us are searching – consciously or unconsciously –
for a degree of internal balance and harmony between
ourselves and the outside world, and if we happen to become
aware – like Stravinsky – of a volcano within us, we will
compensate by urging restraint. By the same token, someone
who bore a glacier within him might urge passionate
abandon. The danger is, as Bergman points out, that a
glacial personality in need of passionate abandon may read
Stravinsky and apply restraint instead.
“ahh Jemma Redgrave, she’s a fine looking big woman isn’t she? a big darling!”
“now I always think that Jemma looks like she’s being embraced by a midget wearing nail polish there” *laughter* …“she’s being embraced by Imelda Staunton”..
DAT HEIGHT GAP THO OMGGGGG! I CAN’T EVEN..
p.s ^ Notable appearance by Louise Delamere who played Colette in Holby city, who I shipped so hard with Serena I can’t explain. And yes that is Rupert Giles s h o o k e t h.
Did I mention the film also stars Charlotte Church??
*All quotes by director Craig Ferguson and some other producer dude*
I DODGED SOCIAL PLANS FOR THIS AND I REGRET NOTHING!