why every pharrell track got some heavy breathing in it
Its the sound of him inflating his hat
By virtue of being on this battlefield, there is no return. People will die. Some will disfigured. In some cases, lasting friendships will be made. An as usual, no touching of the hair and face.
why did authors stop naming their chapters i loved it when there was a clever little title for each chapter it was great
I wonder what happens in this next chapter!
I want to talk to you but my face
I think you just summarized Phantom of the Opera.
sext: you are interesting and intelligent. i would love to discuss/share knowledge and alternate perspectives on complex ideals with you
What are you so afraid of!?
I’m REALLY sorry but it looks like they’re about to rap battle
(Hogwarts AU) Grantaire passing Enjolras a wizard doodle in class (4th yearish?). I’m super jealous that wizards have animated drawings. And now I’m liking the headcanon that muggle born Grantaire discovered he had magic abilities because his drawings started to move when he was a kid.
The year is 1969 and, as Dylan once sang, “there was music in the cafes at night and revolution in the air.” Leading both the musical and revolutionary fronts is Enjolras, an empowered and idealistic journalism major attending Columbia University. As he makes his way around the local countercultural circuits, he can’t seem to shake off the attention of Grantaire, a cynical drifter with a history of vices and instigation.
(Work in progress; 2 chapters currently published.)
Loving Grantaire’s unrequited love, cynicism, poverty and dark thoughts, and hating Eponine for the exact same reasons, a study in internalized and denied mysoginy in the Les Mis fandom