otp:-fate-has-laid-a-hand

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Before Heya/Brittana, I only believed in coincidences, but they are living proof that fate really does exist. Heather only had one job to do and that was teach the Single Ladies dance. Is it a coincidence that she ended up being hired as the third cheerleader they were looking for? Maybe. But it’s not a coincidence that Heather and Naya had the chemistry they had to be able to execute the roles they were playing. It was fate that brought them together because they could’ve picked literally anybody to play that role but they picked Heather. And some people may think Heya isn’t real, but I agree with Naya when she said ‘fate has laid a hand’ and I believe fate will bring them together again as it did once before.

our professor on film did a lottery thing on who’s gonna report which film genre and i am now assigned to report on the lesbian film genre and the first time i saw it i thought i was probably too tired to read properly and i had to read his email a hundred times more to make sure i’m not just imagining it because oMFG WHAT WERE THE CHANCES 

I CAN’T BREATHE FROM LAUGHING CAN I MAKE MY GRAND ACT OF COMING OUT THIS WAY

“Hello I’m June and I’ll be discussing about the lesbian genre and ya’ll should strap on- I mean, strap yourselves into your seats because I’m going to introduce you to the fantastic world of lady-loving oh and did you know I was gay? NOW YOU DO SO LISTEN TO ME AS I EDUCATE YOU SHITHEADS ABOUT MY AREA OF EXPERTISE THANK”

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WHEREIN HEYA PLAY SORRY/NOT SORRY, JOKING/NOT JOKING, and TRUTH/NOT TRUTH

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Mike Parker, interviewing Naya Rivera in 2009: “When you get to heaven, what is the first thing you want to hear God say to you?”
Naya: “Naya, you’re a tricky one.”

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You can’t get much trickier than obscuring the truth by laying it right out there in plain sight: Tricky Heya Tricky!

There’s a flurry of excitement about some newish reconfirmations of the fact that Heya Happened, and I suddenly put these two statements together as one more receipt. I’m both a passionate Heya fan and in some ways a reluctant one. I so want to KNOW that Heya Happened, and I so want them to have space and privacy, all that space and privacy they never really got in the blinding hot light of sudden celebrity, in spite of the loyal protection and discretion of their friends and colleagues.

I hope with all my heart that someday Heather and Naya find their way back to one another - love is love man, and glorious love is glorious love - but
I’m also one of those fans who believes, who hopes that Naya’s romance with Big Sean is for real. I’d hate to think she’d have to act that hard in following some PR formula for fame and fortune.

It’s not in character to be so fake, it’s not in the character of the way Heather and Naya pursued being in love with one another, however that love manifested itself. It doesn’t fit with the way they managed to have a relationship, flaunt the relationship, keep the relationship private, never publicly disavow or deny the relationship, and troll us lovingly all at the same time. Here’s to Heya, being pretty damn wise and tricky for being 22. Here’s to Heya, our forever OTP.