lost your life

  • [Potions with Gryffindor and Slytherin]
  • Professor Slughorn: Imagine if someone handed you a box full of all the items you have lost throughout your life.
  • Severus: It would be nice to get my sense of purpose back.
  • Remus: Oh wow, my childhood innocence! Thank you for finding this.
  • Regulus: My will to live! I haven’t seen this in 15 years!
  • Peter: I knew I lost that potential somewhere!
  • Sirius: Mental stability, my old friend!
  • Professor Slughorn: Guys, could you lighten up a little?
It actually kills me when we don’t talk, it kills me when you ignore me, it kills me when you’re busy with your life.
Sometimes you lose people, and there’s just nothing that you can do about it. Sometimes you lose something that you love. Sometimes you’re replaced by someone else and shifted to a not-so-important place in that one confidant’s heart. Sometimes relationships change and you end up feeling a little bit lonely. Sometimes you just aren’t the right fit, you just aren’t the soul that that other person needs.
—  🖤
  • Frank: Imagine if someone handed you a box full of all the items you have lost throughout your life.
  • Nico: Oh wow, my childhood innocence! Thank you for finding this.
  • Jason: My will to live! I haven't seen this in 15 years!
  • Leo: I knew I lost that potential somewhere!
  • Percy: Mental stability, my old friend!
  • Frank: Guys, could you lighten up a little?
  • Fred: Imagine if someone handed you a box of all the items you have lost throughout your life.
  • Veronica: Wow, my Childhood innocence.
  • Jughead: and my will to live! I haven't seen this in years.
  • Archie: I knew I lost that potential somewhere!
  • Betty: Mental stability, my old friend!
  • Fred: Kids, could you lighten up a little?
It’s messing people up, this social pressure to “find your passion” and “know what it is you want to do”. It’s perfectly fine to just live your moments fully, and marvel as many small and large passions, many small and large purposes enter and leave your life. For many people there is no realization, no bliss to follow, no discovery of your life’s purpose. This isn’t sad, it’s just the way things are. Stop trying to find the forest and just enjoy the trees.
  • Koro-sensei: Imagine if someone handed you a box full of all the items you've lost throughout your life time.
  • Karma: Oh wow, my childhood innocence! Thanks for finding this.
  • Itona: My will to live! I haven't seen this in years!
  • Nagisa: I knew I lost that potential somewhere!
  • Kayano: Mental stability, my old friend!
  • Koro-sensei: Guys, could you lighten up a little?
The fact that I have to give up on you hurts even more, because the only reason I’m giving up on YOU, is because you gave up on ME a long time ago.
—  Me
One day you’ll realize that you lost the love of your life because you were chasing lustful desires and I hope that, when that day comes, I’ll have enough self respect to walk away from you.
—  Things I realized when I learned to love myself, part VIII
  • Professor: Imagine if someone handed you a box full of all the items you have lost throughout your life.
  • Hufflepuff: It would be nice to get my sense of purpose back.
  • Gryffindor: Oh wow, my childhood innocence! Thank you for finding this.
  • Ravenclaw: My will to live! I haven’t seen this in 15 years.
  • Slytherin: Mental stability, my old friend.
  • Hidan: Imagine if someone handed you a box full of all the items you lost throughout your life
  • Deidara: it would be nice to get my sense of purpose back
  • Itachi: Oh wow my childhood innocence! Thank you finding this
  • Konan: my will to live! i havent seen this in 15 years!
  • Sasori: i knew i lost that potenial somewhere!
  • Obito: Mental stability, my old friend!
  • Pein: kids, could you lighten up a little?

anonymous asked:

What happens to Marvin after the musical??? This question has plaques my mind for ages and I was wondering your take on it

Okay, well, here’s my personal interpretation. Obviously, since Marvin’s future is not explicitly disclosed in the musical, it all depends on you personally and what you choose to believe. But for me:

I believe Marvin contracted AIDS from Whizzer and died soon after the events portrayed in the musical.

And here’s why I think this: 

1. Charlotte sings “Something Bad is Happening (Reprise)” directly to Marvin (as we see in the proshot, she does this off to the side, in private -  as if what she is telling him is a private matter concerning only him), and it is pointed in the fact that the only real lyrical addition to the reprise is how the disease “spreads from one man to another.“ This is clearly heavily hinting at the fact that, at the very least, she is warning Marvin that he is at high-risk of already being (again, at the very least) HIV positive.

Bonus: In “Unlikely Lovers,” Cordelia says that “We don’t know what time will bring,” to which Whizzer replies “I’ve a clue” and Marvin reaffirms, “I have too/two.” Though the official lyrics state that it is “too” (meaning that Marvin is agreeing that Whizzer’s death is in near future), William Finn also does a lot of double-meanings in his text, so depending on what you interpret, it can also be “two” (as in, Marvin has two clues for the future: Whizzer will die, and Marvin himself will die). It really depends on how you want to interpret that part, so it’s not official “proof” or anything but the first time I heard it, I thought it was “two” and my heart broke. Obviously this is mere speculation on my part and isn’t “proof” and actually contradicts the real lyrics so that’s why I’m crossing it out, but I still feel this information is important to at least be aware of because it had helped form my early opinion of what happened to Marvin post-musical.

2. In “What Would I Do?” Marvin says, “Once i was told that good men get better with age. WE’RE just gonna skip that stage.” This, again, is heavily implying that Whizzer and Marvin are going to not make it to old age. 

3. This is not really “proof” but i feel like - if Marvin did contract the disease - it would add even more importance and emphasis to the lines “I’d do it again. I’d like to believe that I’d do it again and again” because it demonstrates that Marvin is essentially losing his life for loving and being with Whizzer but he still doesn’t regret it. And it just makes that line so much more profound and heart-breaking??

4. (and this is less proof and more me being all editorial and expressing my own views) But I feel like it just - makes more sense, story-wise?? Given that William Finn was emphasizing how the AIDS crisis didn’t “pick and choose” its victims and how utterly unfair and devastating it was to loved ones (it left many friends jaded and many families torn apart). Idk,,, it just makes more sense to me because of the themes established in Falsettos.


So like,,, as you can see, there’s not a lot of “proof” but this is why I believe that Marvin contracted AIDS and subsequently lost his life. It’s very tragic and devastating, and I should emphasize that this isn’t a “proven,” 100% factual account of Marvin’s future because we honestly have no idea since the musical ended right after Whizzer’s death. It’s really all up to your personal interpretation and what you believe better fits the story in your mind. If you believe that he lived a long, happy life, then your interpretation is no less “right” than mine.

Armin: Imagine if someone handed you a box full of all the items you have lost throughout your life.

Mikasa: Oh wow,my childhood innocence! Thank you for finding this.

Levi: My will to live! I haven’t seen this in 15 years!

Jean: I knew I lost that potential somewhere!

Eren: Mental stability, my old friend!

Armin: Guys, could you lighten up a little?