Preach it, Joey.
Preach it, Joey.
how heavy was @DarrenCriss ?? :D
@chordoverstreet: 2,000 pounds lol. Now I have back problems
I never felt the need to wear things publicly. So social media can be tough for me. I respect the uniform, I respect its power and its usage and, of course I am so grateful. If people are interested and want to know what I’m up to, I should be so lucky! The least I can do is give them an answer. But sometime it’s just not my style, I’m a little too old fashioned for it. I like phone calls. I like talking to people, I like being able to hear the cadence of someone’s voice. There’s such lack of context to things on the internet. I do owe it a lot of gratitude, because it got me where I am. I wouldn’t be talking to you if it wasn’t for the power of social media! But when you’re living such a public life, keeping some things to yourself is really important.”
"You make me wanna be your boyfriend."
That is still one of my favorite lines in the show for how it turns around the usual dynamic; Rachel doesn’t want to turn Kurt straight but instead wants to be a gay boy to date him. It’s such a casual thing that means so very much.
I really love their friendship. They’re imperfect mirrors of each other, but on this show in many ways - for all of the people that they both have who love them - nobody understands them better than these two understand each other.
nobody hates glee more than people who have sincerely loved glee at some point in their lives
kurt + you can hardly see his eyes with all the hearts in them
The scene in the train station where a young boy smiles at Cyclops and he smiles back was unplanned. The boy was a huge X-Men fan, and Cyclops was his favorite. The scene originally called for Cyclops to look at the train schedule, but according to Bryan Singer the boy could not stop smiling at James Marsden. Finally, during one shot, Marsden just looked back at him and smiled, much to the boy’s delight. Bryan Singer liked the idea so much, he kept it in the film
When you get to the bottom of a really shitty post and you have to scroll back up like “who the Heck put this on my dash”
Demi Lovato and Joe Jonas reuniting onstage for the first time together since 2010 to perform “This is Me” at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California - September 27, 2014.
NOW I KNOW WHY OUR GENERATION IS SO SARCASTIC AND CYNICAL