There is no better inspiration than being completely appalled. If you see something that’s awful, it gets you so hyped up. I see everything. I see every movie. I go to the theater all the time, and you hope for the good ones, but the bad ones are great, too. Because when you see bad shit, you can really evaluate for yourself why it didn’t hit you in an effective way, why you didn’t like it, maybe what parts of you are different from that, and really find whatever “good” means to you.
Darren Criss (via somewhereonlyweknow01) (via catyuy)
(Source: iadoreyoudarrencriss) —
The truth is that the more intimately you know someone, the more clearly you’ll see their flaws. That’s just the way it is. This is why marriages fail, why children are abandoned, why friendships don’t last. You might think you love someone until you see the way they act when they’re out of money or under pressure or hungry, for goodness’ sake. Love is something different. Love is choosing to serve someone and be with someone in spite of their filthy heart. Love is patient and kind, love is deliberate. Love is hard. Love is pain and sacrifice, it’s seeing the darkness in another person and defying the impulse to jump ship.
Reblogging this because 1) it’s true, and 2) it’s the 18-year anniversary of the day my girl changed my entire world view with just one kiss.
(Source: both-seeker-and-sought) —
lower me gently to the floor, then unhand me
Look, there’s so much good there.
Bolded. Underlined. Highlighted.
There is still good stuff there, despite the conflict. They still care. They still love. They’re just struggling…
The episode this keeps reminding me of is Diva, and Kurt’s fight with Rachel there. Truth time - I hated fandom’s reaction to that episode. Rachel did not react pleasantly. But neither did Kurt. Rachel’s star was rising, she had new friends, and everyone appeared to adore her. So Kurt had to teach her a lesson?
Midnight Madness is NYADA’s version of Fight Club. The loser gets shamed and humiliated. Rachel’s sycophant friends tell her everyone knows Kurt’s a joke, but she stands up for him and tells them he earned his place there just like they did. Later none of them vote for her.
It ends with Kurt telling Rachel they’re even after he won. Sounds familiar? There were many hurtful things done by both Kurt and Blaine this episode. But one of the things that bothered me was the way Kurt was going after Blaine when their classmates were laughing at him.
These were both things that made me uncomfortable.
There’s meta to be written about the role Kurt plays in NYADA, how it’s used as a chance for school to go a different way, and how Season 1 Kurt isn’t as far gone as people think.
But that’s not going to come from me.
Tbh I don’t think Season 1 Kurt will ever completely be gone and personally I wouldn’t want him to go. Saint!Kurt has no appeal to me in the same way Woobie!Blaine bores me.
you can totally tell chris is trying so hard not to laugh omfg
hrhchriscolfer: Happy Easter from me and the Endeavor! Hope you’re having as much fun as us!
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