“Although countless time has come and gone, the actual time I had left for myself wasn’t very much. Now I know it all too all, that the length of time isn’t important. What is important is with whom you spend that time.”
Girl:ah, yes. Reservoir Dogs. A tale of a diamond heist gone wrong. But is that really all it's about? We can't possibly ignore the underlying homoerotic subtext that Tarantino wove into the storyline. The "Romeo and Juliet"-esque scenes between White and Orange represent a star-crossed-lovers theme. Not to mention how the cop that Blonde brought in his trunk was presented to the men as a sort of sexual prize (accompanied with the sexually charged song 'I Gotcha'). Food for thought.
Boy:oh, Reservoir Dogs? Gangsters, swearing, and blood. Love that movie *hits ecig*
superpowers!highschool!5sos au where newstudent!ashton is bored in class and he sees this gorgeous blond boy playing with his pencil so he whispers “hey, what can you do?” and gorgeous blond boy smiles cause he loves showing off his skills “watch,” and ashton looks out the window to see a small cloud forming close to the ground and small drops of rain coming out of it “that’s rad” and luke smiles “what can you?”
“give me your hand,” and blond boy is confused for a second but does as told, and ashton starts tracing his palm and all the way to his wrist and blond boy blushes for a second “your name is luke hemmings, can play the guitar, endless love for penguins, and you’re 18” and luke hemmings smiles cause this new student is cute.
“In middle school I had a teacher who taught a class called theater arts. I kind of fell in love with it. It was a way for me to express myself and have fun, entertain myself and other people. I’ve always loved to make people laugh… it was just a natural way for me to do that.“ [x]