we-are-monsters

thedamseventhwheel asked:

Close your eyes I know what you see the darkness is high and you're in ten feet deep but we've survived more terrible monster than sleep and you know i will be here, to tell you to breathe. Tu sei il mio soldatino la ragione per cui vivo non ti scordar di me io vegliero su di te stumbling lost the last choice of all that you meet it's the cost of rulling those 'neath you feet paths you've crossed, and trust you're trying to keep you're exhausted. (that's all it'd let me type;-;) You're welcome.

NO STOP THIS I’M TEARING UP I CAN’T HANDLE THIS SONG

16 Days of Outlander - Day 6 - “The Garrison Commander”

This episode resembles a play because it largely takes place in one room with Claire and BJR having it out. In it we meet a monster in the person of “The Garrison Commander”.

 Favourite scene

This scene is a masterpiece on sadism. Cait and Tobias are immersed in the dialogue and both are giving their all. We have the chance of diving on BJR black twisted mind and by the end of this scene I think the audience is also feeling slightly tainted by it. Claire realizes that this man has little of Frank in him, he really is a monster that won’t be swayed.

 Favourite line

“I reckon one of us should ken what they’re doing”. Jamie you amazing, funny, virgin.

 Favourite Jamie

“I’m just afraid I’ll freeze stiff, before you’re done talking”. Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken Jamie.

 Favourite character in the episode (and favourite performance)

It’s nay contest in my mind. We follow Claire as she bears witness to the lowest form of humanity and Cait manages to take us with her through it all. Just look at her face – a perfect balance of distaste, disgust, fear, anger, sorrow, pity and sadness.

Favourite distracting moment

I’m distracted by the kilt, I swear.

 Favourite comic relief

“The idea of grinding your corn does tickle me.” Oh Dougal, you obvious bastard.

Favourite shot

Oh BJR, how I loathe thee. There’s some brilliant cinematography in this episode though and this one is a good example.

anonymous asked:

Ladies Danny done took pointers from y'all.

Cheyenne: I see you girl!

Erika: Ooh, she gone get her freak on

Malani: We created a monster!!!

Nicole: Enjoy that back cracking session, boo!

Danielle: You guys are too much!

@mykemyke

anonymous asked:

BUT HOW DO YOU KNOW HE HAS A MONSTER DICKKKK

PLEASE.

Let me direct you to THE BULGE

I mean, the alternative is that he stuffed so I think we should entertain MONSTER DICK instead.

One of our clients is actually the funniest kid I’ve ever met. He has some behavior problems and some language processing issues. He was doing an exercise to help him conceptually understand differences between objects. This one was “wall” and “fence.” He randomly says, “Aren’t you so glad we have walls? If we didn’t, the monsters would come inside and crush your toys. But instead, because we have walls, they are outside crying. Like the monster Larry I created.”

It took every bit of willpower to not burst our laughing. Omg.

2

It’s a monster, Scully, plain and simple. And not just your every day run-of-the-mill monster, we’re talking transformation here: man into monster and back again. To which, I know you’re going to say, “But Mulder, that only happens in wear wolf myths that were originally concocted to explain the violent behavior of people who’ve been bitten by rapid animals before the medical discovery of rabies.” 

But is it so outlandish that some legends are based on actual occurrences and not just ignorance? To which I know you’re going to say, Scully, you’re going to say, “But Mulder, it defies every known law of science and nature 

EXACTLY, SCULLY! Every known law. What if this creature that we’ve stumbled upon is here to create a whole new paradigm for our understanding of life itself? Or maybe science was used to create this unnatural being. Maybe this is some GMO experiment run a muck. Maybe this guy is its chief geneticist who recklessly experimented on itself and now transforms into a fiend that feeds on human flesh. To which I know you’re going to say, “But Mulder, that sounds like the paranoid ravings of some lunatic madman.”

8

“You either die a hero or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”