why use gendered terms like dude, girl, etc with your friends when u can just call them comrade
❤☮☭folloш foя мoяе soft сoммцпisм☭☮❤
NO, NOT SOFT COMMUNISM. IT MUST BE HARD. LIKE SIBERIAN WINTER.
#THE FUNNIEST THING I HAVE SEEN TODAY #IS A SORTING POST THAT PUT THESE TWO IN GRYFFINDOR AND HUFFLEPUFF (FUCKING. HUFFLEPUFF) RESPECTIVELY #if you don’t think ALL of these kids are slytherins #these two ESPECIALLY #you are watching the show wrong #look at them #the two quietest; most righteous; most MORAL of the group #performing the SHIT out of their alibi. like nothing is even wrong #contrasting with connor and mikaela who are falling the fuck apart #this is what the show is trying to say - that there is the person you want to be #the person you try to be; strive to be #and then the person you are inside #the one that shows up in terror and horrific situations and takes over #to make sure you survive #and for wealthy well to do kids like connor they never have to tap into that #so when it happens they freak the fuck out #but not these two. their eyes are wide open #lie about the coin flip; construct an alibi #do whatever they have to in order to survive #smh at anyone who thinks wes is some confused cute innocent kid tbh #in the flashforwards he’s not even desperate - he’s CALCULATING
What was the most valuable lesson you learned from working on Law & Order (2003)? - "I remember just always crying. There was always crying! I just remember I was a sophomore and I’d never really worked on anything, and I showed up listening to my iPod and doing stretches. So maybe the discipline."