peter this is why you're my favourite

  • PETER: You all remember Wendy Darling? As most of you may realise by now, she's the girl I've been seeing lately.
  • WENDY: Why are they looking at me like I'm a zoo animal?
  • SLIGHTLY: Well, Peter acts as sort of the dad of the group, so emotionally this is kind of like being told that you're our new mom.
  • WENDY: But you know it's nothing like that, right?
  • SLIGHTLY: Absolutely. Do you cook macaroni?
  • WENDY: I have.
  • SLIGHTLY: Macaroni's my favourite.

anonymous asked:

Aside from You're My Waterloo, because obviously, what is your favourite CLEARLY Pete for Carl song/bit of lyrics and why? :D

i may be boring but new love grows on trees

  • it’s the libertines’ song, peter and carl wrote it together circa 1999
  • the lyrics are totally about carl

are you still talking to/ all of those dead film stars/ like you used to? - pete and carl love old movies and film stars and they referred to them in many of their songs

and are you still thinking of/ all of those pretty rhymes and perfect crimes/ like you used to? - this line reminds me of what became of the likely lads’ thick as thieves which basically means a special bond people have for each other, derived from the idea of partners in crime

and if you’re still alive when you’re twenty-five/ oh, shall i kill you like you asked me to? -  during libertines’ babyshambles session, when they play this song, after those lyrics carl (he was 25 years old then) says: i never told you to (may also refer to carl’s depression and their suicide pact)

i remember every single thing you said to me/ you played the man and i was calvary - reference to you’re my waterloo, where calvary is also mentioned. it’s the place where jesus was crucified which means that peter is said mountain and carl is jesus

are you still shaking out/ all of the deadwood from your bed, love/ like you used to? - deadwood is a song by carl’s band dirty pretty things

are you still thinking of/ all of those perfect lines for love to bind?/ you really don’t have to - libertines’ lyrics from bound together: we’re bound together by love