if you visit my town i only have a few rules. there’s only a few i promise
- don’t run on my grass
- don’t dig up my fossils
- i swear to god don’t run on the grass
- don’t buy stuff at the store unless i’ve looked at it and decided i don’t want it
- if my grass wears down because you’ve been trampling all over it like a fucking elephant so help me christ
- don’t pick my flowers
- i swear to god man, that grass
remember that time misha and richard sp8 jr went to a gay club together
What a touching senior quo- wait what?
“there are people who have it worse than you you know”
ah yes thank you i have realized now the error of my ways i am no longer sad thank you
when you follow someone and they instantly follow back
Im not sorry
This is an absolutely wonderful panel with the stars and writers (including Dan Harmon) of Community, in which Danny Pudi talks about how intensely emotional it is to play a character like Abed, as a response to the interviewer asking “does Abed HAVE emotions”.
He also discusses how it can be very overwhelming to take in the nuance “just watching a scene of two people talking” in regard to what Abed is going through; the connection to being an autistic character who is constantly overwhelmed (and yes, Abed DOES have meltdowns) is deeply meaningful to me, as an autistic person.
I especially love the entire cast’s responses to the interviewer’s kinda ableist assumptions about Abed, and even Troy (by extension of having a best friend who is autistic).
a support group for people who began using popular slang ironically but now cannot stop
*police lays arm on your head* youre under a wrist
Mark: Hey, this next song is for all the ladies in the heezay-house. Yeah. It— it’s for all the ladies and the…
Tom: HEY MARK!
Tom: sHUT THE FUCK UP.
This colour co-ordinated lady is Marie who I saw on North Avon Road. She told me she was in her 80s and didn’t use the internet but seemed to enjoy the idea of being on it :”Maybe I’ll be famous in my old age!”
let’s make her famous!!!
this is precious