this is the best line up ever

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❝Is that seriously the best tag
line you could come up with
        for the office?❞                                                      ❝Please don’t laugh!
                                                                                 You know that I’m not all that
❝Haha, relax! You know I’m                                                    creative…❞
joking. It’s cute, like you, Ada.❞
                                                                                      ❝S-Summer, please…❞

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brooklyn nine nine is really good to us when it comes to friendships, because every character has such unique friendships and bonding scenes with the others but i dont think we talk about rosas and charles friendship enough because damn:

- we start the show with charles being head over heels for rosa, who is clearly not interested

- rosa tells him, very clearly, that she thinks hes sweet and really likes him as a friend but shes not interested in dating him

- it takes charles some time to get over her, but he does!! apologizes for being weird and making her uncomfortable!! and they go on having an incredibly strong and close friendship!!

- at one point charles even takes a bullet for her, which could have led to the whole “just give him a chance” trope but nope b99 doesnt do that bs, they talk it out and they never end up together

- they are so close that charles even helps rosas bf to plan for her birthday because he knows her so well!! she loves it!!

- rosa asks charles to be her bridesmaid because they are so close and she knows charles would love that!! he does!!

- charles plans her the best bachelorette party and rosa absolutely loves it!! she gets so excited she literally lifts charles up from the floor??

- sometimes between working cases they go to have foot massages together?? that was so cute??

- charles helps rosa text her boyfriend?? because shes not that great at pickup lines?? how cute??

- the writers could have easily opted to go with the “less attractive man falls for his way hotter coworker whos not interested but ends up giving him a chance because he is nice (and wont stop pestering her)” trope but instead we got this beautiful beautiful brotp

(http://smolsamberg.tumblr.com/post/141985441412/this-is-the-best)

thank you nine nine

had a dream i was entering a “wizard-off” against taako. i only entered because i believed taako was a fictional character and therefore id win by default. i show up to the wizard-off venue: an abandoned strip mall, naturally. lines start forming. my best friends are there pumping me up. someone is massaging my arms as if im about to enter a boxing match. another goes “are you sure you’re up for this? taako is a master” and i respond with a scoff. “he isn’t coming. he would be here by now, and he’d be wearing a fantastic outfit. i dont see anybody in a fantastic outfit.” a hush falls over the crowd. i turn. there stands taako in a black ballgown, chiffon cape, and opera gloves, his ears bedazzled, his hair tied back in the tightest ponytail ive ever seen. he locks eyes with me and i die instantly.

Sometimes I just kinda wanna cry because in the MCU, Steven Grant Rogers:

  • Was violently bullied throughout his childhood and into adulthood.
  • Watched his mother waste away and die.
  • Was an orphan by his mid-to-late teens.
  • Grew up in poverty, during the Great Depression, as the child of immigrants .
  • Grew up color-blind, partially-deaf, malnourished/stunted, and chronically-ill, in a culture that was so big on eugenics that Nazis took their cues from the US systems.
  • Signed up for the army and then dove on what he believed to be a live grenade because he believed the best use of his life was to exchange it for the lives of others.
  • Fought on the front lines of the bloodiest and most horrific war in human history, where he undoubtedly witnessed terrible violence and atrocities.
  • Watched his best friend die and lived with the guilt of believing he was responsible.
  • Crashed a plane into the ocean, fully believing he was going to die.
  • Was frozen alive.
  • Woke up to find that nearly everyone he’d ever known was dead and gone, and his home was changed nearly beyond recognition; he could never truly go home from the war. Ever.
  • Lost his shot at happiness with the one woman who ever actually looked at him when he was small and frail, and had to watch her mind come apart, and later carry her coffin.
  • Found out his sacrifice – the thing he gave up his life, his friends, his whole world for – was in vain, and that HYDRA had corrupted the legacy of the people he loved.
  • Found out his best friend survived, and that he’d abandoned him to a fate worse than death, and got to then live with THAT fresh guilt.
  • Is seen by most people as Captain America; almost no one sees Steve Rogers.
  • Was only 26 years old, biologically, during the Battle of New York. 
  • Has not had the time or resources to cope with any of this.
Hamilton Asks

1) Alexander Hamilton - What’s your name?
2) Aaron Burr, Sir - Are you extroverted or introverted?
3) My Shot - What do you want to do with your life?
4) The Story of Tonight - Do you want to be famous?
5) The Schuyler Sisters - Do you have siblings?
6) Farmer Refuted - Are you a pacifist?
7) You’ll Be Back - Have you ever been dumped?
8) Righthand Man - Who would you ride or die for?
9) A Winter’s Ball - Do you consider yourself attractive?
10) Helpless - Do you believe in love at first sight?
11) Satisfied - Have you ever wanted someone you can’t have?
12) The Story of Tonight (Reprise) - Do you want to get married?
13) Wait for It - Do you believe in destiny?
14) Stay Alive - Has anyone ever stood up on your behalf?
15) Ten Duel Commandments - Do you have a motto or code you live by?
16) Meet Me Inside - Have you ever been suspended from school or work?
17) That Would Be Enough - What do you need to be happy?
18) Guns and Ships - What’s the best gift you’ve ever received?
19) History Has Its Eyes on You - What is your biggest mistake?
20) Yorktown - What is your greatest accomplishment?
21) What Comes Next - Do you keep in contact with your exes?
22) Dear Theodosia - Do you want children?
23) Nonstop - What’s something you’re good at?
24) What’d I Miss - Have you ever lived in a different country than where you live now?
25) Cabinet Battle #1 - Do you think the rights of the individual should be prioritized over the needs of the community?
26) Take a Break - What’s the farthest distance you’ve ever traveled from home?
27) Say No to This - What is your opinion on prostitution?
28) The Room Where It Happens - Do you want to work in politics?
29) Schuyler Defeated - Have you ever been betrayed by a friend?
30) Cabinet Battle #2 - Do you prefer to mind your own business or get involved in other people’s drama?
31) Washington On Your Side - Who is your biggest supporter?
32) One Last Time - Where do you want to retire to?
33) I Know Him - Are you petty?
34) The Adams Administration - Who do you hate most in the whole world?
35) We Know - Have you ever been accused of doing something you didn’t do?
36) Hurricane - Have you ever experienced a natural disaster?
37) The Reynolds Pamphlet - Have you ever published anything?
38) Burn - Would you stay with someone who cheated on you?
39) Blow Us All Away - Have you ever fired a gun?
40) Stay Alive (Reprise) - What’s the worst injury you’ve ever had?
41) It’s Quiet Uptown - How do you deal with the loss of a loved one?
42) The Election of 1800 - Who would you choose to lead your country?
43) Your Obedient Servant - Who in your life has hurt you the most?
44) Best of Wives and Best of Women - Who in the world do you admire the most?
45) The World Was Wide Enough - Are you a forgiving person?
46) Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story - What do you want to be remembered for?

BONUS QUESTIONS

47) Valley Forge - What’s been the worst experience of your life so far?
48) Tomorrow There’ll Be More of Us - Is there a cause you would die for?
49) No John Trumbull - Do you work better alone or in groups?
50) Let It Go - What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
51) One Last Ride - What’s your favorite line in a song?
52) Congratulations - What is the biggest thing you’ve ever had to give up?
53) Dear Theodosia (Reprise) - Do you think you could be a single parent?
54) Cabinet Battle #3 - Is there something you know you’re hypocritical about?

i don’t think we, as a collective society and culture appreciate holes (2003) like we really should,,,i mean where do i begin to list the things that this movie has that years later other movies cannot even begin to top

  • an actual diverse cast of characters  
  • three separate story lines that somehow all manage to line up together at the end perfectly  
  • the best romance ever seen in cinema history done in five minutes
  • kissin’ fuckin kate barlow 
  • the entire scene of louise the warden being introduced driving her cadillac to the digging site
  • sam the onion man
  • stanley stealing mr sirs truck to go save hector and crashing it .5 seconds later
  • “I can fix that”
  • hector zeroni hitting that gross ass counselor on the head with a shovel and leaning right down to him and saying “DIG” 
  • a well-developed female anti-hero and a well-developed female villain 
  • hector finding his mom at the end
  • “no good dirty rotten pig stealin’ great-great grandfather”
  • a happy ending for all of the boys at the camp and not just stanley 
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Shaw’s Biggest Fan

🌟 sheet mask asks. 🌟
  • aloe: name a song that calms you down when you're upset.
  • argan: how many times a week do you exercise?
  • blueberry: what was your favorite childhood food? do you still love it?
  • collagen: what common misconception do you hate to hear repeated as fact?
  • cucumber: what’s your favorite cheesy pick-up line? would you ever use it on someone?
  • egg cream: would you rather have a very long (120 years) comfortable but boring life, or live half as long but have an exciting life packed with adventure?
  • gold: what political topic gets you worked up/angry?
  • honey: describe one of the best days of your life.
  • hyaluronic acid: if you could change three things about your life, what would they be?
  • lemon: do you have any annoying habits? what are they?
  • milk: do you think you take care of yourself? do you think you should sleep or eat more?
  • pearl: what are some words you like in a language that is not your own?
  • pomegranate: what fact amazes you every time you think of it?
  • red ginseng: do you think you'll still be the same person when you're old?
  • rose water: if you could see love, what would it look like? describe love in terms of aesthetic (butterflies, stars, rainbows, etc).
  • royal jelly: what is your most bizarre talent?
  • shea butter: what's a song that gets stuck in your head that you despise?
  • snail: would you rather go to a club, house party, or a small get together of 4 or 5 friends? or, do you just prefer to be alone?
  • tea tree: what is something you’ve always wanted to try but have been too scared to attempt?
the sanders sides series has some of the best lines ever omg

“time out for thee and time out for thee, focus on issues or focus on me”

“it’s usually your pop who pops in on you”

“boy, what an ass…et to ur personality am i right???”

“logic and i are playing dress up, i found a dollar and anxiety is making us question our existence!!”

“you tried, you failed, let’s go to sleep”

The Lightning Thief Musical Songs + Favorite Lines
  • Prologue/The Day I Got Expelled: YEAH THE GODS ARE REAL, AND THEY HAVE KIDS, AND THOSE KIDS HAVE ISSUES!
  • Strong: Normal is a myth, everyone has issues they're dealing with.
  • The Minotaur/The Weirdest Dream: Oh look, a strange man in a Hawaiian shirt.
  • Another Terrible Day: YOU CAN HATE IT HERE, BUT I HATED IT FIRST!
  • Their Sign: Well, I want my birthday cards and fishing trips, child support and homework tips.
  • Put You In Your Place: IT'S GONNA BE BLOODY MURDER SHE WROTE!
  • The Campfire Song: I hope he shows even a trace CAUSE I'VE GOT SOME CHOICE WORDS TO THROW IN HIS FACE!
  • The Oracle: (just the whole prophecy part tbh)
  • Good Kid: AND NO HOPE AND NO MOM... She’s taken away.
  • Killer Quest!: We're gonna march straight down to the gates of Hell! —Underworld. —Close enough.
  • Lost!: I don't wanna die in the Garden State!
  • My Grand Plan: You better wise up, 'cause I'll rise up, BRING ON ANY CHALLENGE!
  • Drive: Why, my brother and I arrived just yesterday: May 1st... 1939!
  • The Weirdest Dream Reprise: Remember what these god's have done. Remember Thalia.
  • The Tree on the Hill: Maybe if I'd been a little bit braver, maybe if I stayed behind to fight, but maybe doesn't let me go back and save her, maybe doesn't make it all right.
  • D.O.A.: You ain't ever gonna save what matters, you ain't gonna protect your friends, you ain't ever gonna be remembered.
  • Son of Poseidon: You're the two best friends this screw up ever had.
  • The Last Day of Summer: I'll do anything, I don't care if I hurt anyone, it doesn't pay to be a good kid, a good kid, a good son.
  • Bring on the Monsters: I'll be back next summer, I'll be back next summer.

Harry Styles Bridges Past and Present at Stirring Tour Kickoff Show

Outside San Francisco’s Masonic, a modest but modern venue nestled in the city’s upscale Nob Hill neighborhood, thousands of Harry Styles fans had spent hours – some, even days – waiting on the steep sidewalks. The mob would feel smaller inside the venue, during a show that was the most intimate many of them had ever seen the boy-band heartthrob play.

It was more than the screams that made Styles’ first official tour date as a solo artist feel like he was playing to a football stadium rather than a theater. At 23 years old and with only 10 songs to his name, Styles has the charm, presence and feistiness of a veteran rocker twice his age, strutting and strumming across the stage with a delicate power that makes him seem as accessible as he is otherworldly.

Styles and his carefully curated band took the stage Tuesday night after Muna, a California electro-pop trio that brought the house down with a one-two punch of Stevie Nicks’ “Edge of Seventeen” and their own “I Know a Place.” Lead singer Katie Gavin set the tone for the night, building upon the joyous mood of the crowd. “Harry has built his career, his essence, on kindness,” she earnestly said to deafening screams.

After a brief delay due to a fire alarm that dared to shut the whole night down, Styles finally made his grand entrance to a loop of the “Ever Since New York” harmonies, already intoxicating on his self-titled debut album but nearly hypnotic as the lights dimmed to reveal his guitar-holding silhouette on the pink and floral curtain that was hung after Muna left the stage. Here, we were introduced to Harry’s first persona of the night: folk troubadour. From “New York” on, he displayed his most tender, rootsy side, performing more album ballad cuts like “Two Ghosts” and “Sweet Creature” – the latter met with a sea of fan-made pink hearts that were held up throughout the song. Much earlier than anticipated, Styles reminded everyone exactly where he came from, offering a tender take on the anthemic One Direction fan favorite “Stockholm Syndrome.”

Following “Sweet Creature,” Styles disposed of his floral jacket – part of a matching, two-piece floral suit – and launched into Act II: raucous rocker. A Jagger-ian strut propelled his body across the stage during “Only Angel,” and he gyrated to the sexy “Woman.” During that same track, a fan threw a rainbow flag on stage, and in direct opposition to the song’s heteronormative storyline, he subversively twirled around with it before attaching it to his microphone where it remained for the rest of the main set.

By this point, Styles had completely loosened up, shedding the semi-serious (possibly even nervous) mode of his set’s first half. He began to perform a few covers, a twist that was as crowd-pleasing as it was brilliant. He first tackled “Just a Little Bit of Your Heart,” a piano ballad he co-wrote that Ariana Grande sung on her 2014 album My Everything. He turned Grande’s melodrama on its head, remaking the tearjerker as a down-and-dirty country-rock romp. He did the same with One Direction’s massive, unmistakable breakout hit “What Makes You Beautiful,” a bold choice for an artist setting out to forge his own path.

But Styles has proven time and time again that to be a successful solo artist, you don’t necessarily have to let go or even erase your past. As soon as “WMYB” ended, the band launched into the gritty, glammy “Kiwi” which got an even bigger rise from the crowd than the 1D classic did.

Once the song wrapped, Styles marched off the stage with the rainbow flag as the set was re-arranged and his jacket was revived for the “encore.” It was here that he unveiled his third act and his final persona: the subtle superstar. The show’s final 15 minutes featured a tight trio of tracks, beginning with “From the Dining Table,” a gorgeous, simple guitar tune featured only Styles and primary collaborator Mitch Rowland on guitar. Next, he launched into an incredible take on Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain” as he celebrated and highlighted the talented quartet of musicians he culled together for his touring band. He could’ve ended the show with the classic cover and it would’ve felt completely natural, charming and on-brand, but of course he had an appropriately epic goodbye up his sleeve with “Sign of the Times,” the single that officially launched his solo career. Styles’ live version of the anthemic, Queen-inspired, nearly six-minute opus was stirring and triumphant as bright lights bathed him and his fans. The singer looked positively radiant as he shared in this moment, one that rightfully belonged to him, with every person in the room, whether physically present or being FaceTimed, Periscoped or live-texted in.

“You are the best friends any person could ever ask for,” he offered sincerely, much earlier in the night. Blurring the lines of fans and friends is not typical rock star behavior, but then again, Harry Styles isn’t shaping up to be your typical rock star.

Jack falls asleep like that, head nestled on the pillow in Bitty’s lap, the smile on his face as relaxed and content as Bitty has ever seen it.

The storm outside is unrelenting, but Bitty just hums softly to himself and cards his fingers through Jack’s hair again. This moment in time is not only perfect, but also the perfect metaphor for their relationship.

Jack is coming out next week.

Bitty is coming out to his parents tomorrow.

The storm rages, the windowpanes rattling against the onslaught, but Bitty is too happy, too confident of his place here in this tiny universe that belongs to him and Jack alone, to let it bother him.

“You are the best thing I have ever done,” he whispers.

Slowly, Jack reaches one hand up to trail gentle fingertips across the back of Bitty’s neck. He smiles softly, and, though his eyes are still closed, it is very obvious he’s no longer asleep.

“I think that’s my line,” he whispers back. And then shifts a little so that his nose nuzzles into Bitty’s abdomen as he slips back into semi-consciousness.

“I love you,” Bitty says.

He can feel Jack’s lazy smile through the thin fabric of his t-shirt.

“My love is too big for words,” Jack mumbles, definitely falling back asleep now. Bitty breathes a quiet laugh. “You are the best thing… the best… that I have ever let myself have.”

The downpour outside picks up. Bitty has no illusions about how much the rest of the world is very soon going to do exactly the same in regards to his relationship.

But he closes his eyes and focuses on the feeling of Jack’s freshly washed hair between his fingers. He focuses on loving this boy with his whole heart, on how easy that is to do, and on how loved he feels in return.

The storm outside has never looked less scary.

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When you’re trying to make your ex-best friend not think about things like you betraying your friends and hurting their feelings but he’s too smart for that shit

This is a line from my favorite book Grasshopper Jungle which is the funniest and the most fucked up thing you will ever read. Also the main character reminds me of Jeremy because he is horny 100% of the time and doesn’t deserve his best friend

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Many More Musical Theatre Themed Questions!

What an exciting title, It’s been a while since I uploaded the last one but here we go:

1. Favorite (Reprise)

2. Best Act 1 ending.

3. If you could go back in time to see a certain production, which one would it be?

4. Who should write a musical?

5. The routine you recreate when home alone:

6. A duet you’d love to perform and with whom.

7. A musical everyone can learn from.

8. Favorite set design EVER.

9. Favorite person to play (insert role)

10. Best digital #ham4ham

11. Make up a name and the ingredients for a Waitress pie.

12. Best tap number.

14. Express your love for the orchestras!

15. Favorite musical written by (insert composer, lyricist)

16. Which part (or parts) do you sing in One Day More?

17. A line that never fails to make you laugh.

18. An upcoming production you’re excited for.

19. Do you have any funny misheard lyrics from a showtune?

20. A musical you would NEVER see with your parents.

21. Musicals can introduce you to new cultures, interests, fancy words and so on. Name 3 things you’ve learned form musicals.

22. Favorite OBC.

23. Cast recording you know by heart.

24. Cast recording for a long car ride.

25. Favorite Miscast performance.

26. I really like these ones so: make 2 musical related confessions.

27. Showtune of the day:

28.  Who would play you in a musical about your life?

29. Who would play your best friend in a musical about your life?

30.  Who would play your romantic interest in a musical about your life?

31. 2 solos you’d love to perform.

32. Describe yourself with 3 musical theatre characters.

33. A character that inspires you to be better.

34. A showtune that always puts you in a good mood.

35. A showtune that makes you feel melancholic.

36. Best showstopper.

37. A place you consider to be your Santa Fe.

38. The name of the prettiest theater you’ve been to.

39. The most intense scene from a musical.

40. A great cover of a showtune:

41. Put your phone on suffle and write the first 2 showtunes that appear.

42. Best design of a Playbill.

Smooth Talker

Last week, I was DMing a one-off campaign for a few friends. Two have played before and the third has never played a live role-playing game before, so he was a bit uncomfortable. He decided to be a bard (named Shilo Buff).

I started them off in a stereotypical tavern for everyone to get their bearings and put the ball in the bard’s court, letting him do whatever he wanted.

Bard OOC: I walk up to the bar and lean on it next to a lady standing there and I say…

Bard: Hey, baby, you ever heard a song before?

The Lady (Me): Ummm…yes?

Bard: You wanna hear another?

Bard OOC: And I play this on my bagpipes…

He pulls out his phone and a bagpipes cover of Careless Whisper starts to play.

Me, the DM, through my laughter (everyone else is cracking up as well): Roll a performance check.

…he rolls a 20.

The entire bar is enraptured by his performance and they fill a cup in front of him with gold. The lady hangs on him the rest of the evening.

And that’s still only the second best pick-up line I’ve experienced in a Dungeons & Dragons tavern.