‘His altruism saved you’.
'That wasn’t what it was’.
This moment has stuck out for me from the moment it happened because I think it is a very poignant Delphine moment.
1. Westmoreland didn’t just save Delphine for nothing, much to the Messenger’s suggestion - there is clearly a reason for so many people going to such lengths to intercept, save and relocate her. ie. she has a much bigger role in this than we’ve so far been led to believe.
2. I honestly believe this is her saying 'what really saved me was love’, because I find it very hard to believe someone could recover from a through and through gunshot wound on berries and twigs alone: you all saw that subpar medical treatment. There was something driving Delphine to pull through, something bigger than herself, something worth living for.
Remember when Cosima said to Delphine she didn’t tell her about her near death experience because Delphine simply didn’t believe in that stuff? Remember how pained Delphine was at the realisation she was set in her rationale? I think that marked the beginning of something shifting for her and I think her mind has been opened.
Let’s grind out a few more headcanons while I’m trying to distract myself…
Branch has had a crush on Poppy for quite a while (that much is obvious), and actually saw that she liked this awful bitter berry tea and forced himself to like it because he wanted to drink it with her and seem cool and sometimes he’d make a point of drinking it when she was around but she never seemed to notice. Now he actually likes it and can’t stop drinking it.
Branch and Poppy start going out and she makes scrapbooks of every single thing they do from their very first date to their 1-week anniversary. She makes him a card ever single time something happens, and it makes him feel bad because he doesn’t keep up with it and isn’t as good with dates, but she doesn’t mind she just likes seeing him smile when the glitter shoots out.
Branch isn’t as good at dancing as the other trolls cause he’s so out of practice and he asks Poppy for dance lessons and she can’t stop giggling at him every time he trips over himself, and it drives him crazy but sometimes he’ll trip on purpose so he can press into her or grab her arm and make her laugh.
Branch tries to make Poppy a card for their 1 month anniversary and can’t figure out how to get the glitter to shoot out and gets increasingly frustrated until finally the day comes and he just stomps over and hands Poppy this mess of glue and construction paper all balled up with an entire container’s worth of glitter in the middle. Poppy loves it and ends up throwing the glitter everywhere and its in their hair for weeks afterwards.
i really hate how many hugely talented and charismatic groups go unnoticed. like i know they can’t logically all be popular, but i still hope during each comeback that this one will be the one that finally brings them success
“Baby, you gotta stay strong, ‘kay? For me and for little one.” He said, holding your hand, reassuringly, and his other hand brushing your face off of your hair. You nodded, sweat slightly trickling down your forehead. Your stomach was about to pop, you were in pain and you were about to go into labor. You screamed as pain flashed through you, and you tightened your grip on Damon’s hand.
The Rolling Stones were actually formed after Mick Jagger saw Richards holding a Chuck Berry record at the Dartford railway station in Kent, England. They had been elementary school classmates, Richards wrote in his book, Life, he
thought he was the only Berry fan around until discovering Jagger had
“every Chuck Berry ever made.” Jagger invited Richards to hang out with
his cadre of R&B fans and they began playing music, with Richards
playing electric guitar “Chuck-style.”
Dylan has said he was into Chuck Berry before discovering Woody Guthrie and turning to folk. His first rock hit, Subterranean Homesick Blues, is directly influenced by Berry’s Too Much Monkey Business.
The Beatles had hits with Berry compositions such as Roll Over Beethoven, Rock and Roll Music and Sweet Little Sixteen, and
McCartney called Berry “one of greatest poets America has ever
produced” in an introduction to the 2014 release of Berry’s complete
Young played with Berry and Richards at Berry’s
1986 induction into the first class of the Rock ’N’ Roll Hall of Fame,
in which Richards said in his induction speech for his hero, “I lifted
every lick he ever played.”
Hackford attended that ceremony with producer Stephanie Bennett, who had already asked him to direct a documentary about Berry.
“We went to the Chicago Film Festival and that’s where I met Keith
and we started collaborating because we wanted to make it something
really special,” Hackford said. “We also got a taste of Chuck, who was
playing at the Chicago Film Festival, driving his big camper through
Chicago the wrong way down a one-way street. It was astounding. I knew
when I got in with Chuck Berry I had really fallen into a fantastic,
creative feather bed. Chuck Berry is more like a bed of nails, but
regardless, you know it’s not going to be boring.”
Berry wrote in his 1987 book, Autobiography, about
his interest in doing interview “dwindled over the years as I would
read back what I was supposed to have said to reporters.” Hackford
interviewed Berry many times for his documentary and said Berry will “go
down in history as a brilliant artist and an enigma.
“Chuck is a total contradiction,” he said. “He’s a proud black man.
On the other hand, he has a very critical view of different parts of
society – racial and political and everything else. I would call him a
genius. The definition of a genius is somebody apart (who) doesn’t feel
the normal human weaknesses many of us do. Therefore they can be, let’s
call it complicated, let’s call it difficult, sometimes irrational. When
you see someone who is a genius, who has done things nobody else has,
why should they be normal? They’re not normal.”
Hackford said the other pioneers he interviewed — including Little Richard, Jerry Lee Lewis, the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, Bo Diddley and Presley’s producer, Sam Phillips
— all called Berry an influence on them. Even Lewis, a pianist who
spewed racist epithets at Berry when they toured together in the ‘50s,
“Jerry Lee said he had a big thing with Chuck and
chose him off,” Hackford said, “and Chuck beat the (crap) out of him. He
says this on film. But, when it came down to it, they all basically
said this was the most brilliant artist of their generation.” [Read More]
I was at katsu and I saw a guy in a sans cosplay but he had like. 5 different sans masks on his back. I only saw ink, gaster, berry, and I think fell (I think he was wearing classic on his head) but like. Wow.
Au (s) 2 and 3: Melon Sans and Sugar Sans
Au creator (s): @missladytale and @sugartalesans (it won’t let me tag them?? ;^;)
Requested by: @amber-acrylic
I have never drawn these two in my liiife, I hope they look okay-