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If Washington was actually a black parent
  • Hamilton: CALL ME SON ONE MORE TIME
  • Washington: Okay, first of all, I don't know who tf you think you're talking to with that tone but I know for damn sure it ain't me. Don't ever get in my face and act like you pay bills with your Schuyler leeching ass. Boy, I oughta roast your entire squad right tf now for teaching you to act like you're grown when you're out here dueling like a little bitch. Get the fuck out of my office before I ground your ass for eternity. If I hear you runnin your mouth when you leave this tent, I'm takin the quill and the horse and you'll have to ride with me for the next week. Fucking bye.
The Signs As Super Emotionally Confusing and Intense Moments From Hamilton
  • Aries: CALL ME SON ONE MORE TIME!
  • Taurus: The food puns and baseball metaphors in The Room Where It Happens
  • Gemini: ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVE SIX SEVEN EIGHT NIIIIINE IT'S THE TEN DUEL COMMANDMENTS
  • Cancer: OCEANS RISE, EMPIRES FAAAALL
  • Leo: Laurens, do not throw away your shot.
  • Virgo: When Hamilton parallels Macbeth to his life
  • Libra: The comma after Dearest
  • Scorpio: The dramatic slur when Maria goes "Stay?"
  • Sagittarius: When Washington mirrors Burr's "talk less" in One Last time
  • Capricorn: That first pause in Wait For It before the rest of the cast joins in with Burr
  • Aquarius: The pause after I during Burr's part in The Room Where It Happens
  • Pisces: I did exactly as you said, Pa.
Stay alive (part: one) by stillwaitin76

The kids were at recess until, it started to rain.
“Okay kids. Come inside.” Mr Washington announced.
The sighs of the children filled the playground. “Merde!” Laff grunted. “Language Gilbert.” Washington said. He corralled the kids back into the classroom. Alex got his things together as he walked in, forgetting one thing. Phillp. He was by the sandbox. Fifteen minutes later, it was still raining. As the kids were getting on the bus to go home. A Fifth grader was climbing the fence that boarded the school. “What’s that?” The kid pondered, his name was George Eaker.


As he stumbled off the fence and looked at the playground, seeing everything soaking wet. He saw Philip. He ran over to the plush dog and picked it up. It had Alexander’s name sharpied on the dog’s left ear. “What little toddler would leave their toy here? I’ve tried taking that Burr kid’s cat and he cried for two hours straight.”
He whispered. He pulled out a water gun from his pocket and squirted the kool-aid onto Philip. “Heh. It gets worse little buddy.” He said to the dog. Since Philip was soaking, it was easy for him to tear of on of his legs. He threw Philip and his torn leg into a mud puddle.
George finally ran of leaving no sign he was there