like he acted like he was going to hire me, then he doesn’t call me, then i call once and he’s like, oh I’ll get back to you in a few days, then over a week later i call again, and NOW AFTER 2 WEEKS OF ME SHITTING AROUND and NOT applying to other jobs, assuming i got this one, he tells me “he’s too full.”
“We rehearsed the whole show in 10 days, and Darren wrote most of the music in 10 days. Like we got there and had some songs but not all of them by any means, and so there’d be days where Darren would just show up and like walk into one of the rooms and go ‘hey I wrote…the…I wrote a song’, and everyone would say ‘okay play it’ .Then he would just start playing at the piano, and he started playing that like *mimicks piano sounds*. Nick Lang just started crying and was like “no this is the best song ever’”—Joey Richter about AVPS and Darren writing No Way (via cooptopia)
It doesn’t happen as soon as they would like to, for several reasons.
There’s a moment, right before Kurt’s 22nd birthday, when they both tiptoe around the subject. Both feel it in the air around them, little remarks made by the other constantly throughout the day, making it clear what they’re both thinking about. Life gets in the way and they never get around to talking about it properly, nothing more than light half-serious jokes about Some day, in the future, it will be with You.
Two years later, Kurt stops every day for three weeks at the same place to look at wedding rings when walking home from his job. He never buys one.
glee is like that friend who was really cool when you first met and then slowly got more annoying as your friendship progressed, but you don’t want to write her off completely because her brother is really hot and you get to see him sometimes.
What I’m getting from this is that her brother is Klaine
So, in the wake of reading this terrifying shit, Postcard and I started chatting, as you do, about the zombie apocalypse. Here are some things Postcard and I enjoy: zombie media, common sense, and YELLING ABOUT STUFF. Thus, for your reading pleasure, please enjoy our simple twenty-step guide to NOT DYING in the unlikely event that a zombie apocalypse ravages humanity:
IN THE EVENT OF AN ACTUAL APOCALYPTIC SITUATION, ASSUME THAT THE FOLLOWING THINGS ARE GOING TO STOP WORKING: running water (this includes toilets); anything that relies on electricity (this includes gas pumps); anything that relies on natural gas lines (this includes gas stoves/central heat); basically, anything that relies on there being a factory of some variety at the other end of thing you want to make do stuff. THAT’S ALL GONNA BREAK. THIS INCLUDES THE INTERNET. Thus, the most important thing to do in the event of a zombie apocalypse is:
RESEARCH. For as long as you possess the internet, do everything you can to learn as much as possible. Research edible/medicinal plants (or seriously, go into a bookstore and loot your shit a guidebook, they’re not large, they sell little tiny ones, you can put it in your pocket, WHY DOES EVERYONE IN EVERY ZOMBIE MOVIE NOT DO THIS). Research, from available information, how the zombies work/which of their senses are functional—for example, if they operate largely by smell, you want to work on smelling not alive. If they operate largely by sight, DON’T LIGHT FIRES AT NIGHT. And speaking of fires…
Now that we’ve reached the end of the season and eagerly await the next step in Kurt and Blaine’s journey, The Box Scene presents an interesting, riveting, and moving perspective not only of the relationship of two boys in love, but also of a show and the viewers it serves.
To always love you. To defend you even if I know you're wrong. To surprise you. To always pick up your call no matter what I'm doing. To bake you cookies at least twice a year and to kiss you whenever and where ever you want. Mostly to make sure that you always remember how perfectly imperfect you are.
the only thing i’m getting from this box scene is that kurt and blaine are actually perfect and meant to be and soulmates and in love for life and will make it through whatever separation might happen next season if kurt goes to new york and make it through tiny apartments and barely making rent and stress from exams and rejection from auditions and come out stronger and more in love than ever on the other side and when they’re 70 they’ll be sharing a room in a retirement home and their kids will bring their grandchildren to see them and they’ll beg to hear the story of the two princes who met when they both needed it the most and fell in love in the most spectacular and beautiful way and they will go back and forth telling the story adding lines about the sparkle in the others eye or the way their heart started beating alarmingly fast when they kissed and then they’ll go to bed wrapped in each others arms and fall asleep to declarations of love and thanks and wonder until their last breaths