In conclusion, I feel you. I feel you so much, dude. At the end of the day, all you can do is try to gently educate them (probably not with this salty post though) and if they still refuse to look beyond their sexist, heteronormative stereotypes, well…
Get that hair out of your face. Let me see. Christ! That is disgusting. No wonder you cover that up. Have you seen it? I mean, have you looked in the mirror? That is gross as hell. I can see your socket. I want to touch it. Oh, come on. Can I touch it? … All jokes aside, you look rad as hell. I wouldn’t cover that shit up. It may not be a hit with the ladies, but I swear to you, no one is gonna screw with you looking like that. No, sir.
you know it’s so great that sam has all these fans now, he’s so funny and wonderful, i remember a few years ago when it was literally only me who posted about him + i made @samrriegel to help bring in fans, i remember when he didn’t even have 4,000 twitter followers and i used to talk with him about how it was only a matter of time before people realised how great he was. what i’m trying to say is that i’m grateful that he’s finally getting recognised because of critical role and that i’m glad i’ve been here since the very beginning.
You know what we need? We need more Paul Blofis headcanons.
So I am here to supply. He must be appreciated more.
His parents are immigrants. His mother is from County Sligo in Ireland, and his father is from Liverpool.
He was also raised in a household where religion didn’t really matter, so he’s not overly religious. Like he doesn’t know if there’s a God, but like isn’t an atheist either. He’s in a kind of weird gray zone. (Which I think is why he came to terms pretty easily about there being Greek Gods)
That’s where his love for Shakespearean theatre comes from because his parents always loved it and he grew up with it.
He also has this love for the Beatles, courtesy of his father (who is also a musician on the side)
Paul can play the piano and guitar really well, but he can’t sing
He has this look of like a “Golden Age Hollywood” actor, or kind of like George Clooney
He’s not that tall either, he’s 5′8″
(When Percy grows taller than him, it takes some time for Paul to get used to looking up at his step-son)
He grew up in the Bronx and had to work hard to get into a good college
He is also the oldest of four kids. He has two brothers and a sister.
Because of that, he is very competitive over really stupid things and he’s a master of hiding his things from people