punch me but not in the face

hey. all concerts are good concerts but sign me the FUCK up for small venue concerts over big arena concerts any day


“As Victor watches, dumbstruck, he realizes that while Love is playing the harp masterfully and would’ve no doubt garnered attention for that alone, it’s not only that which has everyone in a trance. It’s watching him play, watching deft fingers pluck on the strings and the serene expression on his face that’s truly captivating.”

Dancing Daffodils has taken over my life. And for the record, @grayclouds, this is all your fault. ༼ಢ_ಢ༽

What she says: I’m fine

 What she means: I hate adaptations that turn Javert into The Villain™ because they act like Valjean’s suffering isn’t caused by a corrupt society that oppresses its most vulnerable members, but by One Guy Who Is Mean. It’s not that “Book-Javert never did anything wrong uwu”: it’s that these adaptations shift Hugo’s criticisms of society at large onto a single dude

Hugo is like: “wow we as a society are really cruel to poor people and ex-cons!”

While these adaptations are like “wow that one guy Javert is really cruel to poor people and ex-cons! and what do you mean this is actually a larger social problem caused by underlying issues of historical systemic oppression and institutionalized prejudice that affect everyone??!” 

It’s a way of… stripping the deeply-political Les Mis of its political message,  and it’s kinda creepy tbh

never forget when the king of china snatched everyones wig