Ollie Garnett is 2 1/2 years old and has Cerebral Palsy help us help him #OlliesFirstSteps justgiving.com/docforollie please Reblog
Tim Burton’s drawing of his son’s birth.
The Hoosiers will always remain my favourite band not because their music and lyrics are fabulous but they are also just so lovely to everyone they talk to you as a friend they remember stories and tweets you say and they actually care about your opinion they also remember your face… It’s not often you get to ride a tube next to the frontman of your fave band and talk in depth about life… It’s comforting and you feel like a friend. Had a lovely evening catching up a good mate after a long while and watching irwins play. Just what I needed :) x
P.s irwins play … Don’t you know who I am is @ the pleasance in islington til Sunday catch it if you can x
If you loved me, you’d say sorry
Kate: [looks under the coffee table] Did you stick *all* this gum under here?
Angie: I don’t know! Maybe you stuck some of it under there.
Kate: Yeah, actually, you might be right. ‘Cause sometimes, when I work a really long day, I like to come home and chew a huge wad of Bubblicious gum and stick it under my reclaimed barnwood coffee table!
This movie is way, way underrated.
Okay i am fully aware that what i am about to say could quote possibly get me into some of your bad books but i am intitled to an opinion.
So Here it goes:
I find that fandoms now a days have become a battle of who knows more about their favourite shows or celebrities, on twitter yesterday there was an arguement between a few what i would call admirers (people who look up to someone and admire their work and who they are) and just plain fans (people who go googley eyed) about a public figure whom i admire and although it was rather funny watching it all errupt i dont really enjoy watching people moan about being unfollwed by other people in the fandom… why do fans have to be labelled in a group… why can we just be A fan of… or an admirer of or inspired by… why terms like Whovian, Sherlockian, Helenaist, Directioner, Belieber. Now a days it seems like being a fan of someone is a chore, you have to keep up to date with interviews and awards and any type of media coverage to be a part of the “fandom”, if you dont join in your not accepted… in my eyes, thats stalking… knowing every movement of someone is stalking.
Screaming Fans… i cannot stand these… i understand people who get teary in the presence of their icons but those who scream in faces have zero respect for the person in mind, they are just normal people.. would you like someone to scream your name into your face … no is the answer you would feel vulnerable and uncomfortable and paranoid you are causing more uncomfort to them but screaming than crying.
The term Perfect. Can we stop this… calling somebody perfect can lower someones self esteem not raise it… saying he/she/they look perfect… i can deal with but he/she/is perfect/perfection can make someone feel again uncomfortable because they feel/know that they are not. Nobody is perfect, we all have traits we hate, wether its emotions or self esteem or even talking too much, everyone has at least one flaw and thats what makes the human race so beautiful because we learn to appreciate each other for who we are knowing full well that we aren’t perfect and we never will be … Helena Bonham Carter said ‘Imperfection is underrated’ so follow that… be imperfect, be you.
i personally hate the term fandom… because they seem to become cults and they are supposed to be friendly, positive uplifting groups of people with similar interests there should be no negative energy.
so from now on i wont be referred to a part of the (insert name here) fandom i will just be Shayna .. inspired by … and fan of etc.
I’ve decided I really don’t like cosette as a character. How can such a strong brave and basically tortured child turn into such a flimsy, annoying character with no life in her.