(via thepurposeofplaying)useful reminder though I'd add 'fix what you can to make it not look like your fault as much as possible' like my reaction is 'panic hyperventilate then cover it up'
even scarier halloween costume ideas:
- the growing popularity of ukip
- the conservative party’s plans to scrap the human rights act
"No labels" rhetoric isolates people from their community, history and culture. It keeps people from being able to articulate themselves and ask for what they need. It promotes a false sense of unity that only serves to further the dominant classes in society. It is a lazy way of getting out of understanding and digesting complex issues. I dislike this rhetoric and approach.
My version of the Rothwell portrait of the awsome Mary Shelley
(via spookyscarymulder)mary shelley why don't I have a cool tag for you too (that is her cool tag)
— Amy Poehler about Tina Fey (via apocalarious)that's a great description though
think it’s time for that patented technique of avoiding all the shit in your head: going to bedbanish money thoughts and future worries and life stuff and just write some mental fic until sleep
gayvictorians said: Henry IV part I, Henry IV part II, Henry V
Read: Henry IV part I ‘cause it’s my favourite
ahaha it’s not like I don’t try and do that anyway I have to say Henry IV part II mostly because I tried to think how I’d rewrite Henry V and I don’t know, it’s more a question of how I’d stage that one
Burn: sorry Henry V, though you are a bit terrifying so maybe I’ll run away after I burn the playgayvictorians burn read rewrite I promise I do read books that aren't shakespeare's plays
pintpotjudas said: ok, so i'm not entirely sure what you've read so i'm gonna do plays cos they sometimes come in books, right? and i'm gonna go for three shakespeare cos why the heck not : hamlet, twelfth night, the winter's tale
plays totally count as books
read: Hamlet (predictable, maybe, but it just has some of the best phrasings)
rewrite: Twelfth Night (people will be outraged at this, but I prefer As You Like It to Twelfth Night, and would probably just rewrite it to make it even more gender fuck-y and get rid of the bits that annoy me)
burn: will have to be The Winter’s Tale, sorry Hermione Perdita etcpintpotjudas burn read rewrite
Let’s play Burn Read Rewrite.
It’s like Kill Fuck Marry, but with books.
Put three books in my ask.
(via spookyscarymulder)a books one is the one for me
fanon aziraphale: white blonde 20-something who is a blushy stammery polite mess. the pinnacle of southern britain. secret crush on crowley. too nervous and self conscious to tell him
canon aziraphale: rude, arrogant, old-ass angel who collects old-ass books and drinks old-ass wine. asexual, aromantic, agender. probably made out with crowley once when he was drunk at a cabaret in 18th century france. uses technology from the 80s because he’s too bitter to learn how to use anything else
(via catholicaramis)aziraphale is awesome I'd definitely aspire to a lot of things on that canon list (not counting those I am already) my sister has stolen my copy of GO though good omens
Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar at the Barbican, 2005.
Ralph Fiennes (Mark Antony)
Simon Russell Beale (Cassius)
Anton Lesser (Brutus)
Fiona Shaw (Portia)
John Shrapnel (Julius Caesar)
I don't know if I prefer the caption or that it is made out of playmobil hamlet insanity for ts
Ophelia: “Literally the only way I can keep everyone from sticking their noses into my love life is to go insane. Here. Have some fucking flowers. I hate you all.”