i look so done with the world

Reasons to watch tangled: the series

  • I know some people arent fans of shows based on movies but it’s really well done and stays true to the world of the movie while being its own unique thing
  • It’s basically a continuation of the movie so if you liked it and wondered how rapunzel adjusted to a life as a princess, this show is for you
  • Even if you’re not too familiar with the movie it does a pretty good job of filling you in on the lore
  • It looks like we’re getting more lore about the sundrop flower/rapunzel’s magic hair/her parents etc.
  • Varian

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Originally posted by tangledbea


  • I dont wanna get too spoilery but he goes through some stuff and has some really interesting character development
  • Honestly the character development for everyone is really good and idk how this series isnt more popular
  • jeremy jordan’s character, varian
  • the animation is so cute
  • the alchemist named Varian and his pet raccoon
  • honestly do you need any other reason to watch it other than varian
Model Behavior - Part 9

Originally posted by thestylesgifs

This is a series about y/n being put into a publicity relationship with Harry. Things start out rough and are complicated by y/n having a boyfriend.

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8

Warnings: Not really a warning but this part is short. I was originally going to make this a part of Part 8 but I wasn’t ready to let go yet lol also typos n shit, sorry!

Well, this is it, we’ve reached the end of Model Behavior. I’ve had so much fun writing this series for you guys and the support you’ve all given me has been amazing. I have never done a series before and I was afraid no one would be interested but you guys kept coming back and it meant the world to me. So thank you so much for reading, I hope you guys enjoyed. I look forward to writing another series for you sometime soon!

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hi loves! so i was tagged months ago to do another selfie tag by anon but i completely forgot about it in the midst of all the chaos going on at school sigh. anyways once i fished out the actual request i had the hardest time picking out a decent photo, then i couldn’t, until i took this one about a week ago haha. i think this is the second face reveal i’ve done ? anyways, anon i hope you’re satisfied with seeing my mediocre face paired with one of my favorite tae looks in the world :) sending love to you!


okay SO time to coax some of my beautiful mutuals/fav blogs to bless my timeline, but as always, only if you want to :)

@jvnckles - @ktheaven - @okjimin - @honeyeontan - @majinstic - @dreamytaehyungx - @taetaez - @parkesjimins - @4yung

anonymous asked:

I know you took a hiatus to focus more on original writing and I was just wondering how its been so far? Hope you've made the progress you were looking for (:

Hooo buddy it has been an adventure. Breakups, new loves, traveling across the world, figuring myself out a little bit. Did I get much writing done in that time? No. But I was truly happy for the first time in a long time so I guess that’s something. Thanks for asking!

So if you watched the game awards too you may have taken notice of this amazing cello lady

Turns out her name is Tina Guo, a Chinese-American cellist from Shanghai and LOOK HOW FUCKING COOL SHE IS

And just looking through her wikipedia article like holy shit she has done so much amazing work???

SHE CREATED THE FUCKING WONDER WOMAN THEME SONG IN THE DCEU

Also she’s done like a bajillion movie and video game scores, she’s done a ton of charity she HOLDS A BACHELORS IN METAPHYSICAL THEOLOGY!!!

This is the most amazing woman in the world! Why have I never heard of her before!? EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW ABOUT HER!

i appreciate horikoshi so much bc like
it wouldve been so damn easy to make a sexy cat girl student at UA
IT WOULDVE FIT IN PERFECTLY
BUT HE DOESNT
HE MAKES A WEIRD FROG GIRL EVERYONE LOVES BC SHE’S SO DIFFERENT (AND PERFECT AND ADORABLE)

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HE MAKES A GIRL W HUGE TIDDIES WHO IS THE SMARTEST IN THE CLASS AND THE MOST PROPER LADY OF THEM ALL

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HE TAKES THE SILLY LOVABLE KAWAII PRINCESS W THE BIG PINK CHEEKS

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AND MAKES HER FIGHT THE MOST TERRIFYING BOY IN THE CLASS

Originally posted by spoopydesu

AND SHE IS A FUCKING BEAST

Originally posted by inflatable-kaito-kuroba

A BEAST THAT THIS GUY 100% RESPECTS AND CONSIDERS A BEAST FROM THE START, AND NEVER UNDERESTIMATES

HE MAKES MINA

Originally posted by dekkenminus

IDEK WHAT SHE IS BUT I LOVE HER
THEYRE ALL SO UNIQUE IN AN ANIME WORLD WHERE MONSTER GIRLS ARE ALWAYS USED FOR SEXY JOKES AND CONSTANT FAN SERVICE, AND ALMOST ALWAYS LOOK LIKE A COPY/PASTED VERSION OF THE LAST

HE TAKES A CONCEPT THAT HAS BASICALLY BEEN BEATEN TO DEATH AND MAKES IT SO UNIQUE

NOT ONE OF THESE GIRLS COULD BE CONFUSED FOR THE OTHER AND IN A CAST THIS BIG THATS A MIGHTY FEAT

I JUST HAVE AN INCREDIBLE APPRECIATION FOR ANYONE WHO TAKES A TROPE THATS BEEN OVERLY DONE IN ANIME AND COMPLETELY FLIP IT AND MAKE IT NEW

((and there’s a whole bunch of great girls i didnt even mention sobbss))

BLESS HIM TBH

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thank you for the BEST and most ABSOLUTE PERFECT 2017, b.a.p! for working so hard everyday, for always taking care of us babyz, for being yourselves, thank you for everything. you’ve achieved so many things and never fail to impress and make me proud. let’s continue to walk on a beautiful path in 2018 and create even more everlasting memories! happy 2018! ♡

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I saw this lovely comic by Max, and I thought I should add a little something of my own.

They get gold rings, eventually.

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hello, yes, I love space 

Space Tourism/Travel Posters:  Planets of our Solar System

Y'ALL. NEPTUNE IS DONE. WE MADE IT. 

I am SO, SO excited about this series. It was a very ambitious project, and I poured a lot of time, love, and effort into it. It really tested my skills, and I am super proud of the results.  

PLEASE LOOK AT THEM AND BE IMPRESSED. 

Thank you so much for all of the replies, reblogs, likes, and asks you’ve sent me about this series over the last couple months. Your support and encouragement mean the world to me! 

 There are a few more posters still to come: Pluto and a couple other dwarf planets are in varying stages of progress. And I’ve gotten a handful of questions about whether I might include exoplanets or other space probes in future poster designs–I don’t have specific plans for those at this time, but I do mean to keep making posters in this style, so keep an eye out! 

 These illustrations are available as posters, shirts, and a couple other things in my shop. And since I’ve gotten this question: The cheapest way to own all of them is by buying stickers–they’re only a few bucks, and Redbubble discounts stickers pretty steeply when you buy several at once.

If you like this series, you’ll also like the rest of my 8bit space art! I try to post about one new piece each week, and keep a pretty steady queue space pixel art reblogged from other artists. 

Check out my Redbubble store here, or just follow me for more space pixels on your dash!

hey, you.

hey, yes, i’m talking to you. i know you’re probably scrolling right now but this post wont take too long to read.

i just wanted to give you a quick reminder that you’re beautiful. yes, i know what you’re thinking, wow what an idiot they cant even see me, but that isn’t the case.

regardless of your looks, how long your hair is, how white your teeth are, how skinny you are, how tall you are, the colour of your skin, how big your butt is, you are beautiful. because you’ve made it this far. you have gotten through every fucking day in this shitty universe, and you are here right now, looking at this post. you have survived heartbreak, sadness, loneliness, trauma, and just all the general ups and down of life, and you are alive right now to tell the tale of it. you’ve pushed on through everything.

sometimes it doesn’t seem like it’s worth it, like you’re worth it, but you are. one day, that’ll make sense. you’ll be sitting somewhere nice, watching something, maybe someone, and you’ll remember all of the things you had to get through, and it’ll all make sense. 

congratulate yourself on getting this far. it’s a big thing, yet you’ve done it. if you ever feel like you aren’t worth it, i want you to know that it’s all going to be okay. you impact so many people’s lives, and you are some people’s entire worlds. people love you, they look up to you, they admire you. don’t give anyone the ‘life would go on without me’ excuse, because you know it wouldn’t. no one recovers from that.

you, my friend, are beautiful. dont you dare ever forget it.

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Twelve Days of Twelve, Day 12: Peter Capaldi Appreciation

Maybe (probably) it was because I was there, but this has always been one of my favorite stories about Doctor Who that Peter’s told during interviews. The World Tour was just full stop amazing and honestly (looking at it now) only hinted at what a big Whovian Peter was before ever getting this job. His love for the show has been so clear in everything he’s done- both in acting and in being an amazing, kind, lovely ambassador for the show. I’m so happy that he got to fulfill his childhood dream and play Doctor Who.

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Just that,” said the fox. “To me, you are still nothing more than a little boy who is just like a hundred thousand other little boys. And I have no need of you. And you, on your part, have no need of me. To you I am nothing more than a fox like a hundred thousand other foxes. But if you tame me, then we shall need each other. To me, you will be unique in all the world. To you, I shall be unique in all the world….

Introduction: Hi! I’m Annie, I recently graduated as valedictorian of a class of almost 700, and I’m about to be a freshman at Johns Hopkins (go blue jays!!). High school was some of the best and worst moments of my life, and looking back, there are so many things that I wish I’d done and things that made me successful, so I wanted to share them! Of course, disclaimer, these tips may not apply to everyone!

(These tips generally apply to all classes, but if you have a specific subject you want tips on, I’ve taken these AP courses: european history, world history, us gov’t, macroeconomics, lang, lit, calc ab, chemistry, physics 1, physics c, environmental science, art: drawing, biology, human geography, chinese, and art history. Feel free to message me!)

College applications are a crapshoot- I can’t begin to tell you the number of incredible, brilliant people with extraordinary, international level achievements that got denied at top schools in favor of those lacking those accomplishments. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t mean those who got in don’t have qualities that earned them a spot, it just speaks to the unpredictable nature of the college application process. When deans of admission at top schools openly say they could reject all admitted students and build the same exemplary class from the waitlist, or that they have enough qualified applicants to fill 3 or 4 classes with, there’s a certain amount of luck involved. Therefore I urge all rising seniors to go into this process realizing that the odds are not in your favor. I went into the process with too much blind hope, too confident in my ability to be that lucky 1 in 10 (or less) that would gain admission, and I was sorely disappointed. So that leads me to my next tip…

Don’t do things just for your college application- Those slim acceptance rates are the exact reason I urge you not to join things solely for how good they look on a college application. It seems counterintuitive; wouldn’t they give you a better chance of acceptance? However, my point is not to dissuade you from extracurriculars, but rather to commit to ones that genuinely make you happy. As I wrote above, the process is so competitive that even international achievements may mean rejection, so don’t waste your high school experience by dedicating so much time and effort to something that you feel obligated to do.

Try everything your freshman and sophomore year- My biggest regret is not joining clubs where my passions lie simply because I was too lazy or scared of things like public speaking my freshman year. It’s much more intimidating to join as upperclassmen, and you may not be able to participate at all the levels/in all the ways people who have dedicated 3-4 years can. Even if you don’t think its for you (like debate for me because of my fear of public speaking), I urge you to expand your horizons and push yourself out of your comfort zone. Many clubs give you great opportunities to build leadership, public speaking, etc. skills and to find your passions.

Know both sides of the flashcard- I learned this tip from my organic chemistry class, and I’d never though about how useful it is. For example, if you’re memorizing polyatomic ions, it’s extremely important that you know both the formula and the name, as either version may show up on the exam. Not doing this also makes the weaknesses in your memorization evident- whenever I study vocab, I tend to glance at the side with the term and only memorize the definition. This meant that when I was given only the definitions, I couldn’t remember the word they defined, because I was so used to being given the vocab word and responding with the definition. 

The first lecture of the unit is one of the most important for STEM classes- I know the beginning of the unit can often seem like the perfect time to tune out, as it goes over information you’ve previously learned or the easiest material of the topic, but it often forms the foundation for everything else in the unit. For example, the first lecture on a stoichiometry unit will probably teach you dimensional analysis, a skill integral to calculating molecular or empirical formulas, moles or grams of a substance, etc. 

Buy/sell books secondhand- Everyone knows how expensive college textbooks are, but between SAT and AP prep books, and books for English, high school books can cost quite a bit of money too. Unless they redesigned the exam recently, you absolutely don’t need the newest edition of the review book, so buy from upperclassmen and then sell it to underclassmen the following year.

Learn to self study- Unless you’re really lucky, you’re guaranteed to have a teacher who doesn’t teach, teaches badly, or whose teaching style just doesn’t work for you. Personally, I find that self learning, especially if I’m struggling because resources such as textbooks and online explanations, and videos seem to contradict, really helps me understand the topic throughly. In AP bio, my teacher had us create claymation videos on the processes of cellular respiration and photosynthesis independently. It was incredibly frustrating and confusing because all the resources described the cycles in varying degrees of details, but I felt like I genuinely understood the topic, instead of having been spoon-fed the information and memorizing it. Obviously, this method isn’t very efficient for frequent use, but the key is to try to understand the material independently instead of going to the teacher the moment you hit a snag. 

Keep your backpack/binders/notebooks reasonably organized- When teachers ask for homework to be passed up and you have to dig through mountains of papers in your backpack, not only is that super stressful, but a lot of teachers won’t let you turn it in after they have already collected all the papers. I was definitely guilty of being lazy and just stuffing papers, once I got them, into my backpack instead of taking a few seconds to slide them into a binder, and as a result I got 0s on lots of homework because either I couldn’t find it at the time or because everything was so messy I didn’t remember there was homework. Try to have some sort of organization system going on or at least a homework folder, because those 0s add up and can be the difference between an 89 and 90. 

You’re gonna get senioritis, badly, and that’s ok- I’ve always been the type of person who did every homework assignment and was very focused on grades, so the idea that I would completely let myself ago seemed absurd to me. Don’t underestimate what senior year does to you. I can honestly count on one hand the econ worksheets that I actually turned in during senior year, and I made my first B in a grading period during the spring. I was very stressed about how awful my grades were, but unable to muster the energy to do anything about it. And you know what, it’s ok. It’s senior year, you can give yourself a break. Yes, your senior grades are still important for college applications, so don’t go from straight A’s to straight C’s, but for the most part, all the hard work is behind you. Do keep in mind that these habits may haunt you when you’re a college freshman. I haven’t started classes yet, but based on how little I studied for the math placement exam for my college, senioitis doesn’t magically end when you graduate, so don’t let it get completely out of control during the year. 

Learn how to do math without a calculator- If you take either of the AP Calculuses or the SAT, you need to master this skill because there are sections of the exams that are strictly non-calculator.  Beyond that, when you get to calculus, you’ll be introduced to complicated concepts, where not being able to multiply by hand will drag you down. 

Keep old notes- Not only for finals, but some topics are very interdisciplinary, like biochemistry, so it’s very important that you have a working knowledge of both biology and chemistry. As you take advanced classes, such as for me, taking physics c after physics 1, it will be assumed that you have completely mastered the basics, and they will be skipped or referenced very quickly. It is very useful to look at notes on the basics, which provide the foundation for the advanced material you learn. 

Invest in a whiteboard- Whenever I was learning about processes or cycles, from the Krebs cycle to organic chemistry mechanisms, it was really useful to practice drawing the steps over and over again. Then when it came to the test, I could do a brain dump and draw out the information as a reference. 

Understand formulas instead of blindly memorizing- This basically has physics and calculus written all over it. In physics, you should be given formula charts during exams, and in any case, something like F=ma isn’t terribly hard to memorize. The problem comes when there are a multitude of formulas that are derived from one of the fundamental equations. Of course, deriving from scratch each time is incredibly tedious, but I want to dissuade you from simply memorizing it or storing it on your calculator, because that means you probably don’t understand the physics behind it. What makes physics so difficult and different from any other subject you’ve taken is that every problem will have a slightly different scenario that tests your understanding of the physics behind it. 

Use all the time given to you during tests- I know I hate looking back through my test because I just get so bored halfway through, but missing points because of silly mistakes is honestly the most frustrating thing ever when you had plenty of time to check. Depending on if I have time, I like to cover my original work and resolve the question. If checking answers is not your thing, try slowing now when you first see each question, and checking your work briefly each step. 

Form study groups- Talking about something, especially teaching it to someone, always helped me remember something so much better than reading it on paper. It’s also so important to have second interpretations of the information you’re studying to ensure that you don’t make a huge misconception.  

AP students: released/practice exams are your best friend- Obviously, they’re the best resources for studying for the AP exam, but they’re also a great tool for a hint at what your teacher’s tests may look like. AP teachers have access to tons of College Board material and will often use questions directly from old exams. 

If you start getting confused during a lecture- Many times this is because I didn’t pay attention during the very beginning, so I’m missing that important foundation I talked about in the previous tip. Of course, I typically wouldn’t recommend doing things other than listening to what is currently being taught, but in this case, I would just get more confused and it’s a waste of time. So I discretely go back to my previous notes and focus on understanding them. 

The most stressful part of schoolwork is just thinking about your assignments- There’s always specific period of time that threatens to kill me- a week where I had two competitions simultaneously, in cities 3 hours apart. When you’re taking 7 AP classes at the same time, just reading over your to-do list will make you want to cry. Even on a normal day, as I go to classes throughout the day and my list of homework gets longer and longer, it makes me so stressed to where I’m planning out how to finish everything and I’m no longer listening in class. It overwhelmed me so much that I just wanted to take a nap and avoid school. But every single time, stressing about the work I have is 1000x worse than sitting down and actually going through each task. I find that what had seemed impossible before was very doable, and many times I even finished early enough to relax before bed. Keep a positive mindset, don’t underestimate your abilities, and have the discipline to start working immediately on the hardest days, and you’ll be fine. Of course, this doesn’t mean that the workload that is able to be handled by one person can work for another, and things like mental illnesses are things I have no experience in, so this is definitely just something that worked for me and is not applicable to everyone. 


Best of luck with high school! If you have any questions, feel free to send me an ask!

My AP World masterpost

Asks I’ve answered about school

Bees buzzed around the blossoms of a nearby manuka tree where Yuuri sat, cross-legged, on the floor of his parents’ nest. In his hands he held a cup of tea, wisps of steam coming off the surface. His father had instructed him to drink it before it cooled, the herbs swirling inside meant to help him fill out his wings faster.

Yuuri played with a bowl of greens and nuts set before him, eating only when a pointed glare reminded him that he was meant to be consuming what it contained. Calcium, for his feathers.

“You won’t be able to make it back if you don’t eat.”

Yuuri threw a handful into his mouth and crunched through them, washing them down with the tea. He watched, as his father tended to another siren. Her wings were shredded, in worse condition than Yuuri’s. Yuuri had seen her attempt to spread them earlier, a brilliant gradient of scarlet, under his father’s instructions. Now she managed to lift them through gritted teeth, but when they attempted to unfold, Yuuri saw that they were broken. He looked away, knowing he would not want to be observed in such a state.

His mother shuffled in, clicking her tongue in disapproval. “They’re getting bolder. The humans. Some of them seemed to have figured out a couple tricks. We’ve had a lot more sirens coming by lately, it’s never been this bad. I think they’ve started trying to hunt us.”

“That’s how… that’s what happened to my mate,” Yuuri muttered in reply, hands tightening around the cup. The feathers around his ears twitched, wings rustling. He was keenly aware of the snail-like movement of the shadows, because with each minute they crept closer and with each moment, Victor’s infection would be spreading. And he was simply sitting there, waiting.

“Awful. They should be concentrating on sinking their precious ships with their pride and their arrogance, like they’re meant to.” Hiroko scowled, then softened as she sat herself down next to Yuuri. She placed a jar in front of him, which Yuuri promptly snatched up, holding it tight to his chest. “You should rest more, your wings don’t look ready for flight.”

“I can’t, I have to go, I’m afraid if I don’t…” He had visions of returning to the ship, to a crew angered at the death of their captain. And with Yuuri to blame for it. Of not even being able to see Victor, chased off by grieving pirates who were not frightened of a molting siren.

“We’re not as weak to infections as humans,” Toshiya said, coming back. His wings, a dark blue which matched Hiroko’s, trailed behind him.

“You should bring your mate here when they’re better. We’re so happy to hear you found one. Mari still refuses to. Says she’s not done flying around the world.” Hiroko laughed. “What are their wings like?”

Yuuri thought to the flowing length of Victor’s hair, how it fluttered at the wind which swept over their ship, how it shone the most beautiful in the light of the moon. “Silver…”

“Oh, how gorgeous. You’ll make a good pair.”

Yuuri thought so too, looking down at the golden color in the jar he had been given. Around his fingers, the gold of the rings Victor had given him flared when hit by the rays of the sun. “I-… I have to go.”

Sighing heavy, Hiroko stood and left, coming back a minute later with a satchel. She took the jar of honey from Yuuri and placed it inside, along with a small pouch of powder which Toshiya had pulled from their medicine stores. She draped the satchel around one of Yuuri’s shoulders, tying it snug around his waist so he could fly without fear of losing it. “Fly safe, Yuuri. It’s becoming so that we’re no longer the most feared predator out on the oceans.”

With a short nod, Yuuri unfurled his wings. He could still feel the strain lingering in them. The old black feathers were gone, shed with the desperation of his flight to his parent’s nest, but it meant the new midnight blue was free to grow in in full. He would not be fast or stable, but he could make it. He needed to make it.

A promise to stay cautious given to his parents, Yuuri left. He spread his wings on the beach before the cove, testing their hold. He had to stay low, for fear of falling, but he was steadier than the day before.

Yuuri kept to the coast, more wary of the cities and the ports that he passed. He met no ships until the sun began to sink, painting the sky in colors.

On the horizon was a fleet. With bold white sails and figureheads carved into the forms of warriors. To go around them meant wasting time he did not have.

Yuuri steeled himself and flew straight for them.

You Bet [Part 2]

Pairing: Steve Harrington x Henderson!Reader

Request(s): A freaking lot

Word Count: 3233… too long I hate it

Song: Shook Me All Night Long by ACDC for no reason other than I love that song

Summary: Steve is awfully distracted by your getup for helping out at the Snow Ball

Warning(s): Smut (duh), Swearing (have you met me), arguing (Nancy and the reader), Jonathan being the coolest, Dustin being a little shit, this is really basic honestly it’s pretty bad

Author’s Note: IT’S HERE! FUCKING FINALLY! THIS HAS BEEN DONE FOR LIKE A WEEK I JUST HAVEN’T GOTTEN AROUND TO POSTING! I’M SO SORRY! Anyway, this probably isn’t that amazing but it could be worse i’m somewhat okay with how it turned out

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10 of the Best/Saddest Moments of Stranger Things 2

 1. “‘Like’ we’re in love?” 

2. When Will keeps screaming “GO AWAY!” at the Mind Flayer but the Mind Flayer still gets him 

3. Dustin and Steve on the tracks 

4. When Lucas says “totally tubular” to cheer up Max and Max, despite her tears, makes the brightest, biggest smile 

5. The death of Bob Newby, Superhero  

6. “I asked if you wanted to be my friend. And you said yes. You said yes. it was the best thing I’ve ever done.” 

7. Mike’s smile when he sees Eleven for the first time in 353 days and he looks so happy he is going to cry 

8. Mike’s whole encounter with Hopper after he sees Eleven

9.When Jonathan can’t look at Will in pain anymore and quickly turns and buries his head in Nancy’s shoulder 

10. When after Mike and Eleven kiss, Eleven rests her forehead against Mike’s and Mike just smiles like his world is complete 

it’s just interesting how dan and phil’s life seems so perfectly structured. dan was just a fan of phil and somehow got noticed by him and something about dan caught phil’s attention .. like .. what got dan noticed but they become internet friends. it’s so surreal how they were able to stay close after two years because internet friends are great but normally don’t last as long. they could’ve easily broken off that friendship because it was too difficult to maintain, but did they? no. over the course of these two years i swear dan like.. almost lives in phil’s house. nothing can keep them apart. we see the continuation of phil is not on fire and in some video dan comments on how phil has his own flat so he can take his stuff from the lester’s house to phil’s flat. also the fact that phil encourages dan to start a youtube channel and dan sticks with it ? then??!! dan goes to manchester university and later moves in with phil and they’re both youtubers but dans in school n stuff. dan drops out of uni to pursue this youtube thing that he doesn’t even know will work and will supply him a steady income and then?? bbc christmas special to an opportunity to have a radio show in london with bbc radio 1. they pick up and move again and this time they go to london and the next five years are wild. they reach what i believe is the peak of their careers while simultaneously SOMEHOW becoming closer friends because they couldn’t be closer?? they write a book together commemorating their lives and then they write a stage show to be performed around the world and sold out at various locations. then they write ANOTHER book commemorating their tour which perfectly incapsulated who they are. they take a few months off and suddenly they’re moving again into another flat together. looking back, they’ve done so much together and somehow, two lives became one.