this sounds mean but I sorta wished bts met some black celebs like nicki minaj or even see a glimpse beyonce smiling @ them before n after their performance but they were just talking about how post malone taught them some stuff and it scared me ngl like i kept flashing back to that hip hop thing w/ coolio and how none of them knew hip hop was from us but were quick to speak it to coolio and every other black person.
I’d like to believe they know better now especially after watching rm fuck up and get lit up so fingers crossed that they don’t need to see black artists to show they are respectful~D
After literally fifteen months of Dan and Phil being on tour and living TATINOF, it’s finally ending. I really, really hope they know how proud, happy, and thankful we are for them. And I know they’re proud of themselves. The end of their documentary still brings me to tears. Just the thought of knowing how many people they’ve impacted in seven years is amazing. I’m so thankful I got to experience their journey live, and even if I didn’t meet them, it was one of the best nights of my life.
They’ve come so far, and worked so hard for everything they’ve done. It has been so fun, and I know it was the experience of a lifetime for them, and even for us. All of the people who helped with the show are such amazing people to have worked so hard to help produce, create, and put together the show to make it possible, and change so many lives.
Hmmm this is sort of confusing for me.
A lot of people say its bad/pointless to ask saints and angels for help since God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit have the most power to do anything.
Some say it’s bad even talking to them.
But I can’t help wanting to, especially cuz the angels are so interesting and Mary and the other saints are super coolio.
How do all of you go about this? I mean, they are upholders of God’s will and guardians so I’d imagine by asking them, they would then ask God if it’s good to help and then act? I don’t know.
When you realize that all we know of 2009 is a few videos and screenshots of old tweets and daily booth images. But Dan and Phil lived it, not only the videos but the parts before and after and even the parts during the video that we just don’t see.
Our memories of Phil is not on fire are of us watching it. Theirs are of living it, how everything felt, looked, smelled, everything.
They remember the feelings of filming it, because they didn’t just watch it, they did it.
And when Dan recalls some bits and pieces of it and talks about it in the documentary, how the first question they got was “Why do you always make cat whiskers on your face?”, he remembers getting that question and writing it down and saying it and making the film we now know.
This concept I’ve got in my head is extremely difficult to explain, but really what astounds me the most is how we characterize each year as a different “Dan and Phil.” This is why when I realize that it is the same person, but Dan/Phil has grown so much physically, emotionally, and mentally over these seven years that they seem like different people.
But it’s the same person with the same experiences and same life and same memories and same feelings and it should be such a simple thing to comprehend but it is just astounding to me.
They have grown so much, but they’re still Dan and Phil.