I CUT ALL MY HAIR OFF
This is what my husband and I purchased at the grocery store the other day.
We don’t have kids.
We are adults. We pay bills.
And drink water from a whale.
Money whale spent
I want it!
so i’m looking at an early script for DPS andCHARLIE I feel like I've never been alive. For years I've been risking nothing. I have no idea what I am or what I want to do! Neil, you know you want to act. Knox wants Chris. CHARLIE Meeks, you're the brain here. What do the dead poets say about somebody like me? MEEKS The romantics were passionate experimenters, Charles. They dabbled in many things before settling, if ever.Charlie paces a moment, then gets an idea.
He addresses the group.CHARLIE I hereby declare this the Charles Dalton Cave for Passionate Experimentation. In
the future, anyone wishing entry must
have permission from me.
and there are some people who still think charlie is cishet
"Who is that can tell me who I am?"
-King Lear, Act 1 Scene 4
We keep this love in a photograph
words like “shit” and “fuck” and “hell” and “damn” are like kitchen knives. most of the time you’re going to be using them for some practical purpose. you stubbed your toe or got a flat tire or are shocked by something. all very practical, typical things that happen. you’re basically using the words to slice bread at this point. but sometimes you’re going to use them to try to hurt someone. phrases like “fuck you” or “go to hell” are times these words are used to be hurtful. they’re not the words’ sole purpose, but they can be used that way. to continue the metaphor, they’re like verbally stabbing someone with a kitchen knife
and then there are words like “f****t” and “ps***o.” slurs in general, really, which are the verbal equivalent of guns. they were designed specifically to hurt people. their primary reason for existing is to hurt people. using them against someone is the verbal equivalent of shooting at them, and saying them when, say, you slip on a patch of ice or get really angry is the verbal equivalent of shooting a gun straight up into the air. you have no idea who’s around you and who might be struck by that verbal bullet
and that’s the difference between swearing and slurs. swearing has a practical purpose while slurs are always dangerous
Diagon Alley in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter (Universal Studios Orlando) [x]
Fangirl Challenge: [4/5] Movies » She’s the Man
”Inside every girl, there’s a boy…. That came out wrong, but you know what I mean..”