On the scale of hotness, where does each character rank
i would do this but if we’re being honest, putting anyone up against shiro would be a joke and an insult to everyone involved. so:
∞/10 shiro is utterly beyond compare. the second i look at him, the instrumental track from the ghost mufasa scene in the lion king starts playing. that’s what this man is. his hotness transcends time and space. to even look upon his deltoid would be my greatest achievement as a person. to see a bicep so perfect would be to look upon the face of god. he’s so hot that i don’t even want to touch him–i want to respect him. i want to be worthy of living in the same universe that someone like him might someday live in. and maybe when i die, if my heart is weighed worthy, i will have the grace to be reborn as the humble fanny pack that rests upon his hip. thank you for coming to my ted talk.
To be honest you've always struck me as an evolved sherlock fan so...
literally i have never been so insulted in all my life. i have never watched a single second of sherlock and it’s one of my greatest life achievements. i, a british person, have avoided seeing a single second of sherlock. including advertisements. do you know the effort i have been through to get to this point? do you understand how many cups of tea i have made during advert breaks? how many windows i have jumped out of? how many times i have punched myself in the neck to instantly lose consciousness? do not belittle my achievements in such a way. dedication has a price.
A story centered around the lives of Gaster, Sans, and Papyrus from beginning to end. Themes will be both happy and tragic.
After breakfast the three of them headed out of the core facility and through Hotland. The fastest way into Waterfall was the ferry, a single little boat manned by a robed monster. During the weekends it was a little busy, the three of them sitting on a bench waiting for the River Person to come back from their latest trip.
Sans was still having a hard time staying awake, boney fingers clutching a thermos filled with even more coffee after finishing his first cup back home. His father and Papyrus never had a problem staying awake, although Gaster was obviously much more grounded than the little skeleton bouncing around the edge of the river… Unless you gave him something to tinker with. Then it was clear to see where Papyrus got all his energy.
Workwise, it’s getting The Radio 1 Breakfast Show. Personally, my greatest achievement has happened over the past year. It is all to do with really feeling comfortable about who I am and liking myself. I used to feel awkward meeting new people – toning down my northern accent and pretending to like the theatre because it made me sound more intelligent, when the truth is I actually find it boring. I am always totally myself now, which is a big achievement for me.
“REALLY FEELING COMFORTABLE ABOUT WHO I AM AND LIKING MYSELF”
what if i just talk about how important nick is ALL DAY.
this is something i’m working on, personally. liking yourself is a hard thing to do and it takes time. i already look up to nick, he’s a role model for me i’m sure no one is surprised, so it’s just really, really nice to see that this is something he’s okay with now. that self-doubt is something he has gone through and overcome.
one of the greatest things about nick is how unabashedly himself he is. you can hear that in interviews and on radio all the time. HE’S REALLY ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT ANYTHING HE’S MILDLY INTERESTED IN AND IT’S ALWAYS GENUINE. he just likes to talk about stuff, all the time.
i’m so bad at this because people don’t care. while i never tone down my excitement, i can’t go on and on about things i like because no one listens. THAT DOESN’T STOP NICK, he isn’t afraid of boring people, if he likes something he will TELL YOU ABOUT IT.
he likes stuff and he likes himself and he has this totally authentic enthusiasm for life.
“I AM ALWAYS TOTALLY MYSELF NOW, WHICH IS A BIG ACHIEVEMENT FOR ME.”
IT HURTS MY HEART AND HEAD TO THINK THAT NICK WAS EVER UNSURE WITH HIMSELF. THAT HE EVER FELT HE HAD TO HIDE HIMSELF AWAY AND KEEP SECRETS.
As much as it hurts, because I never want him to feel like he had to lie to himself or anyone else, it’s also an inspiration. He has gone through the things that I’ve felt and am feeling and LOOK AT HIM, LOOK HOW FAR HE’S COME, LOOK AT WHAT HE’S ACHIEVED.
Do you think any of the Studio Ghibli films are overrated? What are the most underrated ones?
Hmmm, that’s a really difficult question to be honest. I think that people generally have a pretty good grasp of Studio Ghibli’s films, though I think that Takahata’s works and his role in Studio Ghibli is criminally under-rated and under-appreciated.
Now how do I phrase this… I think that Spirited Away… is not over-rated, because it is undoubtedly a work of pure genius, but I think, it steals the limelight a little too much from works that are equally as magnificant. Howl’s Moving Castle in my own personal opinion, is Miyazaki’s greatest achievement in animation. By that I mean, purely the visual aspect of it, because the story and characters were obviously written by Diana Wynne Jones, so it will never be great in the way that Spirited Away is, being Miyazaki’s own vision and imagination. Every time I watch Howl’s Moving Castle though, I am more and more in awe of the animation and artwork in it.
So long story short, most under-rated; Pom Poko; most over-rated; Spirited Away. xoxox