i never realized i needed

if there is one thing i’ve really come to understand over the last day is that when it comes to harry’s image/solo career, it’s such a delicate balance. because on the one hand if he all of sudden comes back on the scene and starts being in our faces and super public and showy, then people will say he’s being an attention whore and trying to take the limelight away from the other 3/trying to overshadow dunkirk and turn that press into the harry styles show. then on the flipside if he doesn’t do anything at all and remains mute and just drops an album out of the blue with zero fan engagement, he runs the risk of looking like he’s super arrogant and just expects people to buy his stuff. so how does he find a balance there? and does he care about that? as a new solo artist who loves and respects his fanbase, one would think he and his team would.  i think that’s what we’ll hopefully see happen (and IF - again I stress the IF) his album is coming as soon as people are implying, then the transition into that balance is gonna have to happen soon. 

🔥: If there is such a thing as too much fun, I definitely had it. 

Same with Nexswap thing with Nexswap, please don’t come asking “draw this AU crossover.” These are simple musings, pure and fun, and by doing it on our own time, we enjoy it a lot more. Please respect that opinion, and we’ll all have a good time. ;P

That being said….


I never realized how much I needed this until I thought about it. Sci-fi cyberpunk in space with beautiful nebulas and galaxies everywhere. I like to think it’s a cross between Star Wars, Star Trek and Gundam. 

Frisk’s life gets shattered in an attack on his home, and sent into space, where he’s picked up by the all-monster crew of the Ebott and joins them in their quest to restore peace to the quadrant, all while being pursued by Chara and her merciless space forces. 

…it’s pretty fun to think about, isn’t it?

We won’t be doing a story for it, but if some art pops up here and there, don’t be surprised. 

Outertale belongs to 2mi127 @outertale

Nextale…well…you know ;P


David Tennant as Romeo in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Romeo and Juliet (2000)

David Tennant on playing Romeo:
What I remember particularly about Romeo and Juliet is that people expect a chocolate-box love story. I think that’s what people imagine that story is, even though they know it’s tragic and it doesn’t end happily. They’re expecting some great essay on love. I don’t think that’s what the play is. Romeo and Juliet spend remarkably little time together and, when they are on stage together, the longest chunk of time you see them interacting with each other is the balcony scene, where the very definition is that they can’t touch, they can’t be together, there’s a physical and emotional barrier between them. I think the play is about all sorts of things, but I don’t know really that it is about love. That’s one of the things that you have to get over when playing Romeo, because if you come to the play thinking, ‘I’ve come to play a great lover’, that’s not a very helpful place to start.  The play is as much about society and the  politics of the world they’re in as it is the meditation on love which people expect.

Photo credits include:  Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, photostage.co.uk, the Royal Shakespeare Company, and more

Link to [ Part Two ]

And the more I beg God to bring you back to me the more you fade away.
—  Please, I don’t think I can live without you.

The three stages of Kamiya Kaoru fangirling: Kenshin edition

↳ Because that’s obviously what’s going through his head

(Based on this post by nuttashako)