Just watch. Okay? It’ll make your day better, I promise.
alright, we need to discuss this.
I am having a crisis with Chris Pratt. I just am.
I have loved pudgy Chris for six years and now he’s all slick and fit and I want to cry of joy and confusion. It’s just not fair. It really isn’t.
(OH. AND HE KNOWS HOW TO FRENCH BRAID. LIKE, YOU CAN STOP NOW. MY OVARIES AREN’T COMING BACK ANYTIME SOON.)
This man has me sexually frustrated whatever his body type and it’s so not cool. I quit.
ed sheeran + mean girls.
HOW WOULD I NOT HAVE REMEMBERED THAT YOU DUMB
I LOVE YOU SO MUCH
ME DUMB? YOU DUMB. YOU A DUMB DUMB.
Can we please make pancakes now?
Meaning: could you please visit me because three minute hug. BRING EMERALD. I LIKE HER.
I LOVE YOU A MILLION BAJILLION TIMES OVER.
Never know nothing and never know much.
*Aggressively tries to hold back on the old inside jokes with people you haven’t seen in awhile because they might have forgotten about them and that would leave you awkward and heartbroken.*
|Album: (What's the Story) Morning Glory?|
I just really like this song, alright?
Hey, Mindy fandom.
I have an idea for a fanfic. Mindy owns a coffeehouse. Danny is a regular customer. (He’s a cardiologist. Because I have one hell of a line that I’m dying to use.) There’s something there, but he’s still married and she doesn’t have time or the energy to focus on work and a relationship. They’re friends.
Of course, they would end up as something more, maybe.
It would be a multi-chapter. And I’m interested because I’ve never wandered into AU before, other than canon divergence, so it’ll be enlightening.
If I write it, would you read it?
Do you ever go back to early pages of your blog and realize how much you’ve changed? Like, I have changed so much.
- I used to hate fanfiction. (HA! This cracks me up.)
- I wanted to go to UT.
- I watched Glee religiously.
- Not just Glee, man. Like, I have so many fandoms I just dropped and didn’t pick back up.
- T-Pro was my life. (In hindsight, this makes me very upset, but whatever. I’m in a better place now.)
Personal growth, man. I’ve done it.