The only thing I hate about reading is I get so attached to the characters. And after I finish the book, that’s it. I will never learn anymore about them or their life or what they ate for breakfast. No matter how many times I reread the book, I will always only know the same amount. And it saddens me. Finishing a book means losing people close to you.
So fanfiction is book necromancy.
at one time, the HPDH2 script had draco walking across the courtyard to his parents
until he saw that harry was alive
at which point he shouted
and ran back
across the courtyard
away from his parents
Uuuughhh fine i’ll ship it
You leave Middle Earth alone, Australia, or we’ll recolonize you.
this is perfect
“I tend to forget lyrics, which I know you all ~LOVE, but not me, because I wanna give you guys the best experience possible.”
“[during No Way] ♫ I don’t know the fucking chorus ♫”
“Can I get the house lights on please? I wanna take a picture of all you beautiful people.”
“I like speaking, I like languages, I like saying ‘shit’.”
“Any theater people here? Yeah, we’re fucking weird.”
“Are there any boyfriends or moms and dads who got dragged along here? Yeah? HOW WE DOIN’ NOW?”
“All you guys have used the evil shit of the internet for something good. You’re like the other side of the coin.”
“♫ at Hogwarts, Hogwarts … Hogwarts Hogwarts … Hogwarts, Hogwarts ♫ - MERCI BEAUCOUP!”
“[during Teenage Dream] ♫ and every February, I say ‘merci beaucoup’… ♫”
“[during his Teenage Dream adlib] ♫ Thank you to the internet and thank you pretty paper ♫”"
Darren Criss, Paris (June 17, 2013)