the money don't care

stuff from the original heathers ending

i have been obsessing over this little snippet of the original heathers script ((pls daniel waters,, i’m begging you,, release the whole thing)) and there are just so many things that fell out of place just because so much changed between the script and the movie and i feel the need to share them

  • heather mcnamara Also hooks up with david from the remington party
  • there are five suicides. obviously three are heather chandler, ram, and kurt, but since this scripts was written under the assumption that the reader has already read all of the script leading up to this point, it does not expound at all on who exactly the five suicides were. we can only speculate (and i’m guessing heather duke and peter because there are some lines that suggest it)
  • martha dunnstock is paralyzed up to the legs
  • it’s implied that veronica killed people because she wanted the other students to learn something
  • ms fleming attempted suicide five times
  • instead of the doll, jd hangs the bedsheet noose,, which has even more of an “and then there were none” vibe
  • jd makes it very clear that when he was planning to kill veronica, he was going to make sure it was quick and painless
  • veronica’s mom slaps her for faking suicide
  • jd sits nude while holding a family portrait and admiring the bomb he built and in the next scene veronica sits nude while holding a gun
  • jd sets up thermals all throughout the school and at one point a hall monitor stops him and asks for a hall pass so jd shoots him and hides the body in the boiler room after stuffing a thermal down his pants
  • veronica decides to blow herself up after witnessing the typical horrible things that go down in a hallway during a passing period, but what stands out to me is that she also witnesses betty finn holding hands with a guy and heather mcnamara “in melancholic but eerily heroic contemplation” which to me seem like things that would make her not want to die
  • in her final moments, veronica helps a beetle that got stuck on its back
  • betty finn and heather mcnamara simultaneously find veronica’s suicide note while everyone else is freaking out
  • then the prom in heaven sequence starts and shit gets weirder
  • i think peter and some character that was not in the final movie named shannon have a baby?? (might be worth mentioning that she was a member of the yearbook staff)
  • there are so many more characters that i feel like i’m supposed to know some of them have descriptions but most do not and i am Confused
  • there are so many reconciliations between characters going on in this scene and then kurt has his prom picture taken with the cow he tipped
  • Also! mr. dawson is mentioned in this script and if you keep up with the reboot cast list there is a character there by the same name that i was wondering about a while back. it’s possible that the reboot my draw a bit from this original script (although i doubt jason micallef has the whole thing but he does please share jason)
  • jd does a guitar solo
  • leaders of the united states and the soviet union come on stage with big fun and fly their flags 

today was a Rough day at work but it was considerably brightened by this commission of Throw Away the Key by a long-time friend @littlestpersimmon ! I’ve always adored their art (specifically in their comic @eeriecrests ) and this piece is no exception! Thank you sooooooooooooo much Bel! <3 <3 <3

My keeper has received numerous asks from people with sick leopard geckos asking him for advice in the past couple of weeks.

His answer is always going to be the same: Take your gecko to a qualified exotics vet.

He is not interested in how you “can’t afford it” or “don’t want to”, because neither of those things matter.

If you have let a gecko–or any pet–in your care get into a situation in which they are unable or unwilling to eat, and they have lost weight to the point that their tail has become skinny, a vet visit is required.

It’s not always just a matter of ‘needs more food’, many times there is an infection or a husbandry problem present, and a qualified vet will know what to ask and what to look for to give you a proper treatment plan for your gecko.

My treatment plan was made in conjunction with the vet my keeper takes his reptiles to; he did not just guess as to what needed to be done and go from there, he sought the help of a qualified professional and did not think twice about paying for it.

We can be expensive to keep, and even more expensive if we become ill or injured; if you cannot afford vet bills to treat us when we become ill, you cannot afford to keep us as pets and need to rehome us to someone who is financially capable of caring for us.

Part of loving a pet is knowing when you are unable to provide that pet with the care that it needs to thrive and survive, and loving us sometimes means rehoming us to someone who can afford to take care of us properly.

If you have a kid and refuse to take it to the doctor when its broken a leg because it’s “too expensive”, that’s child abuse.

If you have a pet and refuse to take it to the vet when its broken a leg because it’s “too expensive”, that’s animal abuse.

An Escape

MariChat May 29th: The argument


Summary: Marinette overhears an argument between her parents.

Marinette clasped her hands tightly over her ears.

Her parents were arguing with each other. Loudly. She tried to block them out, but-

“We don’t have…money…Marinette…!” He father said loudly.

“I don’t care…Marinette deserves…fulfilled! No…cost.” He mother replied, just as loud.

She closed her eyes tightly and felt a couple of tears leak out. “Tikki…” She whimpered. Her companion gently patted her on the cheek. “They’re arguing about me, Tikki!” She cried.

Tikki cooed. “Marinette, shh, it’s not your fault.” She tried to assure the girl.

“But Tikki, they’re-” Tikki suddenly darted under a pillow. Marinette blinked.

Chat’s head was upside down as he looked at her from the hatch to her balcony. His ears twitched and then he frowned in thought before shaking his head and holding out his hand. “Wanna hang with one of the coolest chats in town?” His lips curled slightly upward.

Marinette blinked large blue eyes at him before smiling tentatively and taking his hand. He pulled her up to her balcony and gestured to the whole of Paris. “Want to have some fun?”

She smiled in agreement. A moment later they were flying over the streets and rooves of Paris. The feeling of exhilaration was amplified for Marinette since she wasn’t wearing her suit. The trip ended all too soon with a climb to the top of the Arc De Triomphe.

Chat leaned back on one of the visitor railings as Marinette grinned at the sight of Paris at night. He smiled at the sight of her joy and allowed himself to relax.

Marinette relaxed as well by sitting down against the rail. She sighed and looked up at Chat with a frown. “Hey Chat, can I ask you something?”

He smiled. “Anything Princess.” He said quickly.

His lack of hesitation relaxed her further. “Do your parents argue much?” She regretted asking the question the moment she saw Chat’s face shift painfully. She was about to take it back when Chat answered.

“My mother isn’t around anymore.” Chat said softly. Before she could offer any apologies he continued. “They argued occasionally before she… left, but not often.”

Marinette looked down. “Do you think I caused the argument-?”

“No.” He interrupted. She looked up at his serious face in surprise. “Whatever reason your parents were arguing it wasn’t your fault.” Seeing the doubt on her face he continued. “I promise you that it isn’t your fault.” She shook her head and looked back down. “Marinette, do you trust me?”

She nodded. “Of course I do Chat.” She said softly.

“Then trust me on this. Your parents love you and wouldn’t want you to think this argument was your fault.” He gently took her chin in between his finger and made her look at him. “Got it?” He asked with a confidant smile.

Her eyes wide Marinette nodded.

“Say it.” Chat commanded.

Marinette smiled hesitantly. “My parent’s arguments aren’t my fault.”

He let go of her chin and surprised her by pulling her into a hug.

She stared at the skyline a moment before smiling and returning the hug.

They pulled apart, still smiling at each other, and both turned to look at the city. Chat knocked his finger against hers and she gently took hold of them. She didn’t look at his expression as she felt a blush come over her cheeks.

Chat looked at her with a soft gaze and then his smile widened.

They spent a few more minutes enjoying the night sky before Chat took her home. He promised to see her again and left her to go get some sleep. The wide smiles never left either of their faces the rest of the night.

I love those posts that call out people who steal entire gifsets, because, yes!!! I risk my ass every time I download high quality episodes to make gifs + I personally PAY my monthly fee for Photoshop AND Illustrator AND Premiere Pro, too.
If making gifs is that easy, make your own.

anonymous asked:

No, random customer, I can't accept foreign currency just because "it has the same value" or "it looks the same and nobody will know". Stop throwing a hissy fit in the middle of the store because I want you to pay in money I can actually take. I don't care if you're going to complain to corporate - I'm not going to risk my job for you.