you know when you listen to a song a whole bunch of times and there is that one line that you never understand and then one day heaven above opens and shines the light and you finally know the words and it’s like an epiphany
I might have just started crying while writing about cart/horse symbolism. Good night.
p>Oh my gosh that’s such a great description of Moffat finales in general.
I’ve seen all the posts going around tonight, and they make too little sense to affect me. Something about John Hurt and the Ninth Doctor, and Clara does something cool, and are things getting erased AGAIN, Moffat?
I’m 5 episodes behind on Doctor Who, 100 pages behind on Les Mis, an entire season behind on Game of Thrones…being a fan is HARD.
“When Rainn’s on the exercise ball bouncing up and down, and I come over and I stab it with the scissors. In every other take we did, I stabbed it and it just slowly goes down. And the camera angle was that he just slowly ducked behind the thing and it was incredible. On the last take they were like “do one more.” And I remember going over and I went “boom”! And I must have hit the seam or something. And yt exploded. He hit the ground as hard as I’ve ever seen a human hit the ground. If you go back and watch that episode, I just dive out because I am crying laughing.” - John Krasinski
Peeves is the most notorious and troublesome poltergeist in British history. Unlike the overwhelming majority of his colleagues, Peeves has a physical form, though he is able to become invisible at will. His looks reflect his nature, which those who know him would agree is a seamless blend of humour and malice.
YES! Rik Mayall would’ve made a fantastic Peeves!
so every year after the juniors finish reading The Great Gatsby my high school english teacher throws a Gatsby party at his huge house and everyone shows up in period clothing and Charlestons to 20s music and my english teacher just wears a suit and stands off to the side staring wistfully out the window the entire night
you guys think I’m joking??