with evan

  • Interviewer: What would the title of a musical about your life be called?
  • Ben Platt: Super Jew.
  • Interviewer: Super Jew?
  • Ben Platt: Super Jew the Musical.
  • Interviewer: I am-
  • Ben Platt: Sort of a mix of It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman and Fiddler on the roof.
  • Interviewer: I'm there for it, I'll be front row.
  • Ben Platt: Thank you.
Parts of musicals that make my heart feel Full™

* the fast talking/rapping(?) in ya got trouble
* the last little bit of non stop where everyone sings over each other
* when adult simba swings in like a badass for the last couple line of hakuna matata
* The harmonies in letters
* The key change in waving through a window
* The key change in what you own
* key changes in general tbh
* “strike! strike! strike strIKE STRIKE STRIKE”
* the harmonies in blackout and THOSE NOTES THEY HOLD FOREVER OMG
* “he’s not here. I AM HERE”
* The final chorus of do you hear the people sing
* The entire song of purple summer tbh
* “I hope you’re happy… my… friend”

5

I’m very lazy while doodling and Evan is definitely not a morning person

(the only reason connor wakes up is because he likes drinking his jet black coffee)

“The Devil is real… and he isn’t a little red man with horns and a tail. He can be beautiful because he’s a fallen angel and he used to be God’s favorite”

-American Horror Stories

People say it was cruel of Lily to “almost smile” when James hit Snape with Levicorpus and he showed his underpants. It’s ridiculous: friend or not, I would laugh my ASS off if someone had invented a spell that nasty and it got used on them, because turnabout is fair play, and what goes around comes around. Especially if (as I’ve always suspected) Snape first tested the spell on the only friend he had, Lily herself.

My thoughts on the discourse(ooc)

Hey guys! It’s Kira and I wanted to just share my opinions on the discourse that’s going on in the deh fanbase. It honestly makes me pretty sad to know that there even is discourse but it is what it is. From what I’ve heard, the discourse is about all of the Connor lives aus. The real overarching theme of deh is that no one is alone and you can reach out and get help and better yourself. I’ve been suicidal in the past and on this blog, my version of Connor is definitely still learning to better himself. He still self harms, he still has depression, he’s still angry, he still acts on unhealthy impulses, none of his problems are gone, he’s working through them. It makes me feel a whole lot better when a character gets help for their problems instead of finding a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Some people may be brushing past that with their depictions but honestly, you guys? Don’t let it get to you. If they don’t want to see the message they don’t want to. All you can do is spread the word of how important this amazing musical is. I’ve never seen a better depiction of mental illness in any form of media and that can’t be looked over. Characters are flawed, that’s what makes them real. Just try not to forget that. 💖💖