• what she says: i'm not here for you
  • what she means: congratulations. you have invented a new kind of stupid. a damage you can never undo, kinda stupid. and open all the cages in the zoo, kinda stupid. truly, you didn't think this through? let's review. you took a rumor a few maybe two people knew and refuted it by sharing and affair of which no one has accused you. i begged you to take a break you refused to. so scared of what your enemies will do to you, you're the only enemy you ever seem to lose to. you know why jefferson can do what he wants? he doesn't dignify schoolyard taunts with a response. so yeah, congratulations.
  • Hamilton: i'll overwhelm them with honesty!
  • [later]
  • Hamilton: i had an affair
  • Everyone: oh, wow I-
  • Hamilton: she slept in my bed while my wife was gone
  • Everyone: jesus, ha-
  • Hamilton: but she didn't sleep, if ya know what i mean ;)
  • Everyone: seriously dude-
  • Hamilton: nothing new though, i used to do it with Laurens too
  • Everyone: Oh My goD HAM-
  • Hamilton: He was rougher, more kinky

Alexander: I have an amazing wife, a beautiful son and three best friends who I love dearly. I am truly blessed. What can go wrong?

Lafayette: lets down hair and evolves into a cocky piece of purple velvet


The deep voice saying “damn!” in The Reynolds Pamphlet reblog if u agree 

Ghost!Laurens after the Reynolds Pamphlet

Laurens- *knocks Hamilton’s quills on the floor* Oops.

Hamilton- *goes to pick them but stops when he realises they spell out ‘cheating ho’*

No Me Diga

JEFFERSON: So then Eliza walks in the room. 

MADISON: Uh-huh. 

JEFFERSON: She smells sex and cheap perfume

MADISON: Uh-oh. 

JEFFERSON: It smells like one of those trees that you hang from the rear view.

MADISON: Ha, ha, no! 

JEFFERSON: It’s true! She screams “Who’s in there with you, Alex?”
Grabs a bat and kicks down the door. He’s in bed with Maria from the liquor store! 

BURR: (gasps) No me diga!

Do people realize

Philip was not a child during The Reynolds Pamphlet.

He was nine during Take a Break and Say No to This, yes.

But Hamilton published The Reynolds Pamphlet in 1797, making Philip 15.

Meaning that he was not a little boy watching his family fall apart, he was a teenager who watch his dad betray his family, he had full comprehension of what his father did.

He also forgave and was proud of his father only four years later, and died for him only four years later.