james king

Eliza: i knew you’d fight until the war was won


Hamilton: war’s not done


Eliza: but you deserve a chance to meet your son


Hamilton: *points at eliza’s belly*


SON’S NOT DONE

Everything about this gif is glorious. George just sassily trotting up and tossing the papers and just marching away. The extra flailing across the front. Jefferson skipping around and flinging more paper. Madison just calmly walking to the right. The two extras just getting d o w n in the back. The guys awkwardly carrying the bench in at the end. The ones rolling around on the floor and catching the papers. And Hamilton being in the midst of it all just looking exasperated. Beautiful.

  • Jefferson: "When you've been in politics as long as I have, you develop thick skin."
  • Hamilton: "Magenta is not your color."
  • Jefferson: "Magenta brINGS OUT MY EYES, YOU PRICK!"
You would not believe your eye

if he aimed his pistol at the sky

during american revolution

lafayette: i’ll bring freedom to my people if i’m given the chance


hamilton: we’ll be with you when you do


during french revolution

hamilton: nah let’s not help, they’ll be fine


lafayette: *somewhere in france* yoU BACKSTABBING AMERICUNTS

So I'm watching Merlin and I'm quickly learning the plot of every episode:
  • Evil witch: does some evil witchy shit
  • People: die
  • The King: Gaius help
  • Gaius: it's magic
  • The King: impossible
  • Gaius: it's magic
  • The King: fine *sentences someone to death*
  • Merlin: talks to dragon
  • Dragon: talks about destiny in riddles
  • Merlin: ignores dragon
  • Merlin: I won't let this happen
  • Arthur: (to king) Maybe this isn't fair idk
  • The King: it is
  • Arthur: ok
  • Morgana: Arthur do the right thing
  • Arthur: ok *appeals to the king*
  • The King: ignores him
  • Arthur: I will do the right thing anyway! and Merlin will help me!
  • Merlin: no
  • Merlin:
  • Merlin: *helps him and also saves Arthur's life probably*
  • The King: wow Arthur u were right who knew

george vs george


i am deeply upset that the American Revolutionary War is not known as “George vs. George: the Battle of the Georges in the Final Showdown”