My boyfriend in all honesty just told me that before we lived together and I forced him to actually put his clean laundry away, it would stay in the massive bag he dragged it around in and usually would spoon with it at night because he was both lazy and pathetic.
i really love when actors talk about their process. as a director, there’s only so much we can influence an actor’s character. when it comes down to it, it’s their responsibility to become another person and create their entire live. things like that are usually never seen, but it influences their choices so much.
I’m looking forward to living in New York as a child psychologist/psychiatrist eventually.
building my creative empire, and settling down in germany when i’m older.
one day recording my own album, seeing my mom be a grandma, and the next start trek movie
Publishing my first book. Being called “mommy.”
The day Brad learns to type.
Walking down the aisle towards a guy I love. Staying married to said guy for the next eternity. Giving my kids financial stability. Harmony in the Pamcakes household.
Travelling the world. Having a career that I love and satisfies all the expectations laid out for me.
Struck By Lightning. Seeing my RI friends this weekend. My wedding. Moving in with Bennett. Everything Darren does. My little brother graduating college. Watching my little cousins and neighbor grow up. Les Mis in Boston. My birthday. Going back to Sevilla. Traveling the world. Writing a book. Getting a fucking job.
Falling in love. Having a little place to call my own. Visiting a few of the places I’ve always dreamed of. Walking Broadway. Getting back into acting. Knitting a full sweater. Becoming successful in my career and actually enjoying it in any way I can. Writing a novel. Owning actual legit Chanel. Being bridesmaid for my best friend. Seeing my dad happy. Seeing my mum happy.
Graduating high school and leaving this town and never looking back at all the horrible stuff thats happened. I want to be an actress. I want to fall in love and have children and raise them to believe that everyone is equal, no matter what color, gender, or sexuality. I’m looking forward to living my life to the fullest.
I’m looking forward to going to law school, falling in love, having a family. On a smaller scale, I’m looking forward to the next episode of Glee with baby!Blaine, Struck By Lightning, and Imogene.
Graduating college, starting a family, learning a language in an unfamiliar country.
Getting married, writing and directing my own film, my parents saying that they’re proud of me, traveling around the world, being called “Daddy”
By the way, everyone should watch this episode. Yes, if you’re sensitive to the topic, don’t watch it alone. But it ends on the best of notes with a speech that you and I both know was directly written by Chris Colfer.
It’s actually beautiful; yes, life can really suck. People, for some reason, are capable of being so hurtful to the point where you’re left absolutely hopeless. But once you wade through the absolute bullshit that is ignorance and bigotry and loneliness, it does get better.
That line is almost too cliched at this point, but it’s true.
Youth is just a tiny fraction of your life. It’s said that high school is the best time in your life, but it’s a lie. The best time in your life is when you look back at everyone (whether it was a bunch of bullies, or parents, or even yourself) that tried to beat you down and you can proudly say that you’ve come out on the other side, better than all of them.
I'm going to be honest and say I wasn't displeased with this episode of Glee.
But that doesn’t mean I’m not disappointed.
I just really believe that an episode such as this was way to heavy handed. Beyond that, I think everyone should watch it. It’s better to go in knowing what to expect, but it shouldn’t be missed. It holds way to strong a message to ignore.
Under a cut because I lack a filter and people around here are apparently easily triggered.
This entire episode is going to be disjointed and weird and unnecessarily angst-filled. In the end we’ll find out it was just one of Blaine’s dreams while he was finishing his bottle of prescription painkillers.
which is why i ended up loosing my gay virginity to a 30 year old. its nice to sleep with guys that know hoe to use their dicks.
im so mad?? oh my god jealous
one of the reasons im so excited to go to college next year is because hello middle aged professors
(i hope lolita didnt lie to me)
eh, the professors are usually better for eye candy only and not-so-innocent flirting. youre better off finding the slightly older guys who are going to college again to get a second degree. they’re usually smarter and better adjusted.