Things I Should Be Doing
- so many
Things I Am Not Currently Doing
- any of that
misHA SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO SIT LIKE THIS I DEMAND A LAW BE PASSED PROHIBITING THIS MAN’S ENORMOUS LEGS FROM BEING IN THIS POSITION
that tag is something writers should see cuz we tried it with my friend and things got real awkward like her boyfriend came and said: “why don’t you look at me like that when i say ily”
I’m gonna try this with a friend and see how the tension escalates.
on my to do list
I paused Scooby-Doo at just the right moment…
i TOLD you man
i TOLD you about ghosts
Charging the cat
The eyes are green. It’s charged. Please unplug your cat.
Okay, so get this:
I’m watching SPN last night with my mom. And you know how at the tail end of Captives, Dean and Linda are going through Kevin’s stuff to try to find what his spirit is attached to? Well, in the same box as Kevin’s signet ring, there’s a little box just like the one in the first picture here. My mom recognized it, as it’s identical to ours, and she said it was a box of worry dolls.
Worry dolls (picture number two) are these cute little dolls that you’re supposed to tell your worries to before bed. Say you have three worries, you take out three worry dolls, and you tell them what’s bugging you. Then you leave them out overnight, and by the time you wake up the next morning, your worries are gone.
I can’t help but think about Linda giving these to Kevin as a little gift, and Kevin sitting in his room, telling these tiny dolls about how worried he is about the SATs, or getting into Princeton, or his cello recital in a week, or his AP Physics test.
Then later, when he’s living with Sam and Dean in the bunker, before he goes to bed, he tells him that he’s afraid he’s not working fast or hard enough on the angel tablet, that he’s terrified for his mom, if she’s even still alive. He tells them that he’s worried for Dean and Sam - he tells them that every night.
It kind of breaks my heart to think about it, actually.
I know not who you are, nor how I came to find you, but may I just say… Hi. How ya doin’?
"Is your friendship with Robert Downey Jr. in real life as good as it is on the screen between your characters?" Better. We have a really good friendship. We’ve known each other since before Zodiac. And he’s kind of like an older brother that I wish I had. He sort of looks out for me, and I remember when the role came up in the movie, I reached out to him, I was nervous about it, I said “I don’t know if I can do this” and he said “It’s alright buddy, I gotcha.”
"I thought theater people wouldn’t see me if I hadn’t trained. I didn’t want to just be the Brideshead guy, to spend the rest of my life wearing waistcoats. I got the chance to try everything. Not just Romeos, but pimps and grandfathers and even one role as a woman in a Naomi Wallace play called Slaughter City."
Grab the wall, gas pedal gas pedal
Guardians of the Galaxy looks so good.