I’m working at this school/daycare centre as a sort of teaching assistant and in religion class the students had to draw themselves and write smth about how ~god is with them~ or whatever and this 7 yr old kid just drew himself smiling and next to it he wrote “god is dead”

White Rabbit Red Rabbit

I have no idea how to put into words how incredible last night was, but I’ll do my best. 

As soon as I got into the theater and went to hand the usher my ticket, I was somehow standing right next to Kris. It didn’t register at first, I just remember smiling politely at him while I waited for the woman to hand me my ticket again, he smiled back, and then I realized… hey, wait, I know you! His accent isn’t what I would have expected and he’s also very tall and I’m very not. 

The beginning with the producers talking about how it was love at first sight meeting Stana and Kris was really sweet, and when she ran onto the stage to wild applause and a standing ovation, I was just really proud?? Her face during it all was everything. 

I won’t give too many details about the show, just out of respect for the ~mysterious nature of the play and those who may see it in the future, but if anyone wants to know anything specific via message/ask I’m more than willing to try and explain some :) 

Some highlights from the show: 

  • The repeated use of my favorite word, fuck. The shit, prick, and dickheads all take a very close second though. 
  • During the counting of the audience when she stood right in front of me and smiled and I somehow survived. Her skin is flawless, damn girl.
  • Her little “YES!”s and “WOO!”s during the same counting time.
  • The cheetah-impersonating-an-ostrich “mating dance.” I have no words, just too good. (Can’t say I’ve seen the video she mentioned, but I’ll take her word that I’m missing out hahah)
  • The re-enactment of the whole story in 30 seconds - everything I’ll ever need and more.
  • When she emphasized the words “murder” and “police” multiple times. I see you, Beckett. 
  • At one point, the script got ~deeper and talked about some serious things, and she paused for a few beats and I’m pretty sure I saw her wiping away a tear. It was just so real to me, her reacting to what she’s reading for the first time.
  • Her comedic timing. Like fuck. In the little moments where she’d go off script and make a face, a physical movement, or a comment, everything was so on point. I’d love to see her to a legit comedy, she’d kill it. 

I’m no doubt forgetting some things, but those are what pop into mind right now! 

I still can’t believe Stana stayed after for so long to sign autographs and take photos with every single person there. I mean, I can because it’s her and that’s just who she is, but it was still so surreal. As we were in line, one of the producers was walking around talking to people, and he literally couldn’t say enough good things about her. He was so happy, and he kept saying how she’s a joy and an honor to know and work with. One of us made a comment about how it was amazing that she’s staying and doing these signings, and he looked at us with a proud smile and went, “we’ve had a lot of big celebrities come do this with us, but none of them have done what she’s doing right now.” Ugh, she’s too pure.

Despite having so many people there, I could see her smiling and laughing and engaging with everyone who went up to her, paying attention and listening to them, and I didn’t think I could admire her any more than I already did but it happened. It’s all a blur, but I know she said something along the lines of: “Thank you guys so much for coming, it was so much fun, especially with people like you in the audience.” My friend Erin showed her a drawing of her that’s 95% finished and she pointed to the phone screen and went, “That is amazing! And the crazy hair!” (it’s the photo that was on the little insert) and made a dramatic sweeping motion with her hand to her head/hair to emphasize it. It was adorable. Laura also showed her her tattoo, but that’s her story so I don’t want to tell it for her in case she’s going to make a post of her own, but it was so sweet to watch ugh. 

Everything about the night exceeded any and all expectations I had going in. I’m just so happy and so grateful to have gotten to watch Stana do what she does best :’)

anonymous asked:

OMG It would be stunning if you wrote Mercyroad in the same universe as YBIAW!!!!! also CRACK SHIPS ARE THE BEST KIND OF SHIPS!!!!!!

I’ve seriously considered it, although I don’t know if that will be the case or not. I think it would be easier, most definitely, since events will have already been established; I would just need to fill the space in between. Plus, it would be an interesting complement to Junkrat’s relationship.

Is Mercyroad really crack? Maybe it is. I have no idea. I think crack ships are neat, but even better when done well. I’d really like to see some content for Mercyroad. I’ve read a fic or two, but they’re never finished. :c

halebnichorelloharlivyforever  asked:

Hey how come Mona never told the girls about Aria dating Ezra and they found out about it when Hanna was in the hospital? Like that would've been the best scandal to spill! "Omg you've been keeping this from us and we only learned from A that you've been dating the teacher???" You know?

That’s very true! Aria did not have a good relationship with Mona at first so there wouldn’t have been a reason for Mona to protect her like that. The only thing that would make sense to me is if someone above Mona (another A) was around and looking out for Aria. We do know that at some point Mona and Ezra connected for him to get info for his book, maybe they were connected way back then?

anonymous asked:

omg i am loving this Werewolf AU. it is the best thing ever. Poor Rhys will be so tired at the end but at least he'll be in the middle of a cuddle pile of werewolves.

thanks!! i’m liking it too, it’s basically an excuse for sin (vaguely halloween themed sin though so hey, timely) and yessss you know he will be wrecked but he will have a bunch of wolves to snuggle 

chocolategir  asked:

sfgdhtyrtdrsesdcdtyfdgxfd ADAM REBLOGGED YOUR ANIMATION!!!!!!! IM SURE YOU PROBABLY KNOW BUT IT MAKES ME SO HAPPY!!! omg its just so amazing (sorry im such slenderverse trash)

Woah what what im ??

Holy shit thats the best thing to wake up to what ??!?

mr-universe99  asked:

Omg you too? Most of my best friends are already in college, save for a few from my class and the other grades. And the ones i had before this year either left or we just stopped talkin altogether for personal reasons.

Aw that’s a shame dude, still at least you’ve got stuff like tumblr and things to take your mind off, the most I had was Shakespeare and Mozart to keep me occupied haha.

I was at the mall today and overheard this dude talking to two lesbian chicks. I hear him ask, “So which one of you is the guy in your relationship?” And the one girl looks into her pants and says, “It’s not me. How bout you? Are you hiding a dick in there?” Then her girlfriend looks in her pants and says, “Nope, I’m not.” Then the first chick looks at the dude and says, “Hmmm, guess that’s why we are lesbians.” And then I lost my shit.

Move on, leave, run away, escape this place… but don’t forget about me, about us, about this town. Always remember where you come from so you can appreciate how far you’ve come.
—  c.j.n.

On Wednesday, Floyd Mayweather attended a rally for Donald Trump in Youngstown, Ohio wearing a type of headscarf usually worn by Muslim women. Mayweather canvassed the crowd, fists out, daring anyone to take him on.

“I’m just a little Muslim lady. Anybody wanna try to punch a Muslim?” asked Mayweather. When no response came, he tried again. “I said, ANYBODY WANNA TRY TO PUNCH A MUSLIM?! COME ON, TAKE A SHOT! MONEY’S READY!”

Mayweather then wandered through the crowd at the Winner Aviation building, looking people in the eye and asking softly, “You got a problem with a tiny, little Muslim lady?” A Trump supporter wearing a cowboy hat and wraparound sunglasses approached Mayweather, then abruptly turned around after a five second stare down.

Mayweather made his way to the exit forty-five minutes later as the crowd stared at him silently. He then ripped off his head scarf and yelled, “I thought so!!” as he stormed out the door with his twelve-person entourage.