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Figure skating photos are perfectly demonstrating my day to day emotions and i don’t know why I’ve never used them til now

UGH WHY:

#Greathairday

‘… why you do this?’:

‘What the FUQ u looking at me for, mate!?’

‘YEEEEEEEEEE SUCKAS’:

#Ballin’

When a hot stranger walks by:

When they ask ‘who was the weak link in the group project’:

When you find that REAL GOOD FIC:

‘MMMMM GUUURL’

When your boss tells you to do something,
so you do it,
but then realise you don’t know what the fuck you’re doing:

When you keep doing the job but still dont know what you’re doing and how has no one noticed yet!!???

fuck it i’m done

Okay but Ben Platt’s choices to show the severity of social anxiety and his ability to present it so accurately and truthfully without being fake or over dramatic is unbelievable. He’s doing an amazing emotional performance every night and he deserves all the praise he gets.

you: yeah that new spider-man movie was dope lol

me, an intellectual: spider-man: homecoming single handedly saved the spider-man franchise. making peter so young and not retelling his origin story and keeping him as an innocent fanatic just makes the character more likable and a lot more relatable. while the first movie still left me with questions of “why?” “who?” etc, it’s only further push my interest in the film. the diversity - in not only the main cast, but in the regular students in the film - makes peter parker all the more a realistic character. there was no main love interest, which helped focus on peter’s character development (realizing that even without the suit, he knew he was spider-man for a reason). flash’s approach to non-physical bullying also grounds the character and touches on verbal harassment - a more likely form of bullying in high school, again making it more realistic. spider-man: homecoming is art and those aren’t copies they’re just fax