So I guess I should say it, cause I forgot to today, that yesterday, at like 1AM I finished Requiem
I’m very satisfied with what took place in the ending, but Im also upset because the ending itself was very inconclusive and ambiguous.
Two reasons I stayed up until 1AM to finish it
- As I was about to put it down and go to sleep I realized I had less than 100 pages left and at that point its pretty much bookworm law that you must finish
- I wanted to find out what happened to my babies Lena and Alex, but it didnt happen until like the last 3 pages
I’m not going to get too into detail now, as its late and I have to sing the Star Spangled Banner at 8:30 in the morning tomorrow. But anyway, here’s the basics
Lena and Alex finally are reunited in love and admitting to each other that they still love eachother
I liked the whole story of Delirium, it was great and I loved book 2 as well, but really, the part that I fell in love with was Lena and Alex’s story. So I wouldve been unsatisfied had this not happened
I love that she’s with Gracie, and her mom,
And the whole thing with Hana was beautiful
But as I said, more tomorrow. I must get some sleep for my vocal chords. Goodnight!
why is there a fucking tomato in the train
because its the subway
did anyone do this yet
Disneyworld needs to make a rollercoaster based off of the ride Yzma and Kronk take to the lair. When the ride starts, Yzma’s voice yells “pull the lever, Kronk!” and the ride starts to move backwards so she yells “wrong lever!” and it shoots you forward.
WHY IS THIS NOT HAPPENING?!
Just Five Things about 5x17
- "I told you to stay out of the Comments section." In which moronic bloggers are moronic. Kurt wants to put Rachel in a protective bubble—a physical and emotional one made up of the loft and close friends, but hey, we all know that the internet can always break inside of our safe spaces, both external and internal. All of it is more commentary on the often toxic environment of fandom, whether it’s broadway bloggers or fandom ones. Kinda neat that in the end, Rachel reads the review in the old-fashioned newspaper of all things.
- You know, I always love it when Sue gets to perform and dance—her voice is lovely on both numbers, and I really do love her stage presence. Also with Sue and Will’s duet, we now got even more confirmation that singing a song at McKinley transports you magically to the subway in NYC.
- The Finn moment, and Rachel’s tearful “Who Are You Now?” was heartbreaking in this context. In any context.
- I like seeing everyone go out dancing together for the entire night. “Pumpin’ Blood” was awesome! And it was another bubble: Blaine knew it would be supportive to Rachel when he suggested it.
- Interesting that neither Will nor Sue really see Rachel’s show, after all of that. But it makes sense. Just like seeing the two of them walk through the halls in Lima, they feel so far removed from the kids now. Don’t know what the future holds, but I liked that the kids kicked Sue out of their space, even if they can’t control (just like with the internet) what Sue does once she heads back to the pond.
My friend just sent me this and I have been laughing for the last 10 minutes
This is the best idea for a restaurant. - Imgur
I DON’T THINK IT’S LITERALLY POSSIBLE FOR ME TO LIKE OR FAV OR UPVOTE THIS ENOUGH
I would like to see more of these.
Is this not a thing in America?
It’s a thing all over here in Australia. You get a wrist band. Means you can buy no booze, but you get free soft drink.
this is a thing in canada too like all you gotta do is say that youre driving
Free….pop….in the US for….DD’s? Free…anything to encourage safe behaviours?
That’s too much logic for this country. Sounds like Socialist propaganda