if i ever got a tattoo it’d probably be the lyric ‘i’m going where the sun always shines’ and ppl would think it was something deep and meaningful but no its just kevin price being an abandoning little shit in the book of mormon
Listen to her as she speaks about her day, even if it sounds boring. I’m sure she listens to you when you talk about computers and IT using terminology she doesn’t understand. She’s probably been waiting all day for you to come home so she can tell you about what happened, so be a good listener and show you’re interested in what she says (well, either she speaks to you, or she speaks to another man, what would you like?).
Y’all….Y’all ever think the Elders sing Turn it Off during Kevin’s part of Man Up because they are sort of narrating his decision to just blindly seek a desperate fix instead of staying to “Man Up” and stick it out like Arnold?
Cuz he’s just pushing down his morals at that point and is blinded by his own fear.
you get jesus and you get jesus and you get jesus
two by two:
getting paired with some annoying kid in middle school
hasa digi eebowai:
lmao y'all are clueless
turn it off:
the no homo jam that every musical has ft. not so repressed ginger
sal tlay ka siti:
requiem from dear evan hansen
please don't cry my sweet innocent baby oh wOAH THIS GUITAR RIFF
spooky mormon hell dream:
sUch a good song oh my god do you have any idea i love it so much oh and homosexuals in hell
actually a little serious and when taken out of context is a pretty good song really it's quite nice and rlly the ending is so cute
blue from heathers the musical
tomorrow is a latter day:
the beginning tbh take my tears, i believe is reprised, group songs in high school rehearsal once everyone has memorized the song and the actually good singers are belting, aww the hello! reprise is cute too, hey did i mention that mckinley let's his feelings out (btw that means he's gay)