Pitch: lets Ginny have healthy platonic relationships with other men in the show, becomes “one of the guys”, has turned a bunch of asshole men in her team into supportive team mates and friends Media: … Pitch: intends to make Mike/Ginny happen Media: WOW WHY IS PITCH SO PREDICTABLE WHY CAN’T GINNY HAVE PLATONIC!!! FRIENDSHIPS!!! WITH MEN!!!!???? HOW C L I C H E?!! I CAN’T BELIE—
for jessi in her ultimate patience the last few days here is a thing I don’t necessarily believe in writer’s block because I am pretentious, but I’ve had a JOB OF WORK to get things written lately that I don’t think are utter dreck, and hopefully this will unjam the mechanism a little just by being done
@ridleysrey thank you for letting me spew all caps nonsense in messenger as I feel all the feelings
He’s home early, and he catches her at it on the couch. They’re about to embark on their fifth year together, their fourth as cohabitants, and he’s never seen her quite like this.
If we here at SparkLife had to sum up our life philosophy in one sentence, it would probably either, “Give us chunky peanut butter or give us death,” or, “Ask not what your Sparkitors can do for you, but what you can do for your Sparkitors; now bring us a dozen milkshakes, and don’t be stingy with the sprinkles.”
Thankfully for everyone, we’re not literary heroines, so our words won’t be immortalized for future generations. But the words of the brilliant, brave, and unique heroines in this slideshow have transcended time and genre, and now they’re here to inspire you—courtesy @thelatestkate‘s gorgeous illos and our peanut butter-covered laptop keyboards.
One of life's great mysteries isn't it? Why are we here? I mean, are we the product of some cosmic coincidence? Or is there really a God, watching everything. You know, with a plan for us and stuff. I don't know man, but it keeps me up at night.
What? I mean why are we here, in Meryton?