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Young Supernovas - a Murphy siblings playlist about a bad unhealthy relationship that grows into a mutually beneficial relationship and two siblings who care about each other more than theyre willing to admit made entirely of songs by The Mountain Goats

if you don’t know The Mountain Goats, they’re an indie band mostly comprised of singer/songwriter John Darnielle. Their songs are about trauma and mental illness and living with yourself and those things. here’s a good list what some consider quintessential Mountain Goats songs, along with wonderful descriptions of what they represent (x).  you don’t have to listen to any on the list to enjoy the mix, however if you listen to the mix and decide you want to listen to more Mountain Goats songs, that’s where I would start.  


Transcendental Youth - (stay sick, don’t get well)

Black Pear Tree - (somebody’s gonna get hurt… I hope it’s not me) 

High Hawk Season - (the heats about to break)

Have to Explode - (name one thing about us two anyone could love)

Up the Wolves - (there’ll always be a few things, maybe several things, that you’re gonna find really difficult to forgive)

Going To Georgia - (i’m frozen with joy right where i stand) 

Proverbs 6:27 - (treat every crushing moment like a gift)

Damn These Vampires - (try not to hate the light) 

Absolute Lithops Effect - (some tender mercy) 

Never Quite Free - (and look about—all the stars are coming out) 

Listen on Playmoss here (x)

everybody else: has fully-written and detailed backstories of their characters, knows everything about their likes and dislikes, has specific face claims for each one, and has fully thought-out personalities and flaws


holy. shit.

so I was looking over the sheet music of the solo version of requiem

and there’s another fucking verse???

that isn’t in the musical?  but it was written by pasek and paul and is released to the public so like….. it’s canon?

what does this mean for zoe’s character??? for connor’s character???? WHY ISN’T ANYONE TALKING ABOUT THIS?????

anonymous asked:

this is a random question but what hogwarts houses do u think the deh kiddos would be in?? im leaning towards evan hufflepuff, connor ravenclaw, zoe griffindor, and alana slytherin :0


imo alana’s in slytherin, zoe’s in gryffindor, connor’s in hufflepuff, jared’s in ravenclaw (tho i was torn between that & hufflepuff for him), and evan’s in slytherin but All Houses Are Good Houses t b h

How A Medically Induced Coma Led To Love, Marriage And ‘The Big Sick’

It sounds like something dreamed up by a team of romantic comedy writers: A Pakistani-American comic falls in love with an American graduate student, but because of cultural pressures from his family, he is forced to keep his relationship a secret. It’s only when she becomes mysteriously ill and is put into a medically induced coma that he decides to tell his family about the woman he loves.

That’s the plot of the new film The Big Sick, but it’s also how the film’s co-writers, Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon met and fell in love in real life.

Nanjiani, who plays himself in the film, says the days Gordon spent in a coma were pivotal to their relationship. “This sounds like a movie moment, but it really, really isn’t. I remember seeing her laying there in the coma for the first time and I remember having the thought, If she comes out of this, I’m going to marry her.”

Gordon did come out of the coma, and she and Nanjiani married three months later. Though their story ended happily, Gordon (played in the film by Zoe Kazan) says both she and Nanjiani were careful about “not writing anything that felt disrespectful or off-base or off-color” for the screen adaptation of their story.

“Because we had been through it … we knew the emotional truth of what happened,” she says. “And we knew that we didn’t want to disrespect what actually happened and the seriousness of being in a medically induced coma.”


Title: Aftermath
Characters: Hanji Zoe x Levi
Genre: Humor / Angst
Rating: T

@levihanweek​ Day 2: Nightmare

Levi’s Nightmare: Having a heart-to-heart with Pastor Nick.

“Are you worried about your wife?”

The question shocked him out of his musings.

Levi looked up, “My what?”

But the pastor was already speaking, “You’re obviously beside yourself with stress – and it’s understandable. Not knowing if your wife has survived-”

Levi cut him off, “My what?”

The pastor hesitated, apparently realizing he’d made some mistake, but misunderstanding precisely what it was. “Your…wife? The woman we traveled with before? She’s ah – forceful. You two uh – have the same, er – strident personality. When we first met, she dangled me off the wall.”

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