one of my favorite things about listening to Hamilton is the transition between Dear Theodosia and Non-Stop because since I haven’t seen it my vision of the staging is Burr and Hamilton carefully cradling their babies and then just tossing them in the air with “AF-ter the war”
I just want guys to be able to say I love you instead of this weird meaningful silence and then a hug with a back pat….like let boys say I love you casually. Let them say ‘love you’ when they hang up the phone. Let them say 'love you, be safe’ when saying goodbye to each other. Let them tease each other with 'you know you love me’. Let boys greet each other with real hugs instead of those one armed things. Just let boys show each other affection. Let boys be as soft and sweet as they want.
A playlist for two smart idiots who are in love, and will get their happy ending someday… and for the fandom that’s usually filled with angst, but believes in that future happiness.
I love angsty playlists as much as the next person, but sometimes you really need upbeat, happy music to listen to as you think about your ship. There’s not an overabundance of playlists like this for Johnlock–for obvious reasons–so I decided to make one. Songs are about either one or both of their POVs. All of it’s fairly upbeat, and a solid 85% of it is happy. (The rest is an homage to the end of s2 + s3.)
I hope it brings you as much joy as it brings me! Go forth, have fun listening to a beautiful story arc, picture these two running around solving cases while pining, think about how they’re so in love, and remember that eventually they’re going to be happy. :)
“Angor! You dare attempt to distraught my mind with a pixie? The nightmare would scare the ring from my hand? You are a dog and this is your leash. I am your master. Obey my command. Kill the Trollhunter.”
So I’m making a “How I Met Your Mother” poster for my boyfriend for christmas; I’ve never watched it and want to get some opinions on what I’ve done. So even if you don’t watch it or if you do, what do you think?
listen phineas and ferb is THE example of how a non-narrative cliche-heavy show can be absolutely fantastic just thru a strong ensemble cast, actual humor, and embracing tropes in a way that shows why ppl gravitate towrads these tropes in the first place