Well, harrystylesisonesmartcookie said I could talk to her about Harry in short shorts any time and I started to think about it, and basically I had a lot to say. Let’s get started.
If I’m not mistaken, this started it all. I mean, what the hell Harry, they weren’t short enough so you had to roll them? I’m not complaining though. In fact, good idea. Great idea. Do it again.
He did it again. I don’t even know what this outfit is. All I know is I love it and he should probably wear it again. Keep rolling your shorts. And keep letting the butterfly and birds fly free. Please and thank you.
He rolled them again. I approve. And also I’m jealous of his legs.
Right about now is where I tend to black out because yellow shorts.
Everything’s blurry. I can barely see. It’s raining on my face.
the story behind this is that i was going to go to bed last night but as i was lying there waiting to fall asleep i started thinking about orange puns and i decided it was important that i get out of bed and sketch this out
then i opened it up again tonight and decided it was still important so i finished it
Muse are a rock band. No, not like Slipknot. More like Queen - an eternally evolving everything. A rock band who’ll be still be around long after you’ve grown too old for rock music and started slipping on Berlioz requiems instead. And yet, oddly enough, a rock band who rather enjoy Berlioz requiems themselves. And anything from Belgium. A rock band who dream of the genetically-designed, organosynthetic suits which will one day send them into space. A rock band who believe there is a hidden symmetry in all chaos; who have adopted sleek, pure scientific theories as their own personal religion. [quote]
The pride I feel knowing that hannahhindi and hillyhindi directed all those parodies that are fluffing awesome is overwhelming. I’m tired of hearing women can’t do jobs as well as men. You guys are examples that we can, and even better. I also want to add how the videos never make fun of the movie/show/person of make them seem bad, like other parodies. You basically pay tribute to them and make it appealing to everyone. Thank you for being so amazing and so talented. Seriously you inspire me so much and please never stop your craft.
Genevieve carried herself gracefully when hoards of fans took to their social media accounts to rant about her portrayal of the demon, Ruby when Katie Cassidy no longer took on the role.
Genevieve took the comments in stride and never let them change her perspective of the fans as a whole, which takes sheer class and confidence, especially in the fans as a group. She could have easily taken those select few who choose to be mean and jealous and looped all of the fans together but she didn’t, which as a fan who enjoyed her portrayal is grateful for.