THE LEANING TOWER OF PISA IS IN ITALY
*adds to list of things that i never even would have bothered to think about if it werent for this website*
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The plan is to watch every episode with Klaine in it, on Thursdays 7pm (2 hours before Glee usually airs), starting next Thursday with Never Been Kissed. Please let me know if this date and time doesn’t work for you!
- May 23rd : 2.06 Never Been Kissed
- May 30th : 2.07 The Substitute
- June 6th : 2.09 Special Education
- June 13th : 2.10 A Very Glee Christmas
- June 20th : 2.11 The Sue Sylvester Shuffle
- June 27th : 2.12 Silly Love Songs
- July 4th : 2.14 Blame It on the Alcohol
- July 11th : 2.15 Sexy
- July 18th : 2.16 Original Song
- July 25th : 2.17 A Night of Neglect
- August 1st : 2.18 Born This Way
- August 8th : 2.20 Prom Queen
- August 15th : 2.22 New York
The episodes this means we’ll skip are: 2.08 Furt, 2.13 Comeback, 2.19 Rumours, and 2.21 Funeral.
If you would like any changes in this schedule, like skipping some episodes light on Klaine, or watching any of the ones we skip, let me know!
The schedule might change a bit once we know when Glee comes back, but maybe not, we’ll have to wait to hear an airdate and then we can discuss it.
There is this thing currently going around tumblr about why dating a writer is good. I think it’s nice that this thing is going around, because I like writers, and lots of us could use more dates. As a writer who has dated people, though — including other writers — I would like to offer some correctives to this list.
The items in bold are the alleged reasons to date a writer. I have replaced the original commentary with my bleak corrective, in lightface.
- Writers will romance you with words. We probably won’t. We write for ourselves or for money and by the time we’re done we’re sick of it. If we have to write you something there’s a good chance it’ll take us two days and we’ll be really snippy and grumpy about the process.
- Writers will write about you. You don’t want this. Trust me.
- Writers will take you to interesting events. No. We will not. We are busy writing. Leave us alone about these “interesting events.” I know one person who dates a terrific writer. He goes out alone. She is busy writing.
- Writers will remind you that money doesn’t matter so much. Yes. We will do this by borrowing money from you. Constantly.
- Writers will acknowledge you and dedicate things to you. A better way to ensure this would be to become an agent. That way you’d actually make money off of talking people through their neuroses.
- Writers will offer you an interesting perspective on things. Yes. Constantly. While you’re trying to watch TV or take a shower. You will have to listen to observations all day long, in addition to being asked to read the observations we wrote about when you were at work and unavailable for bothering. It will be almost as annoying as dating a stand-up comedian, except if you don’t find these observations scintillating we will think you’re dumb, instead of uptight.
- Writers are smart. The moment you realize this is not true, your relationship with a writer will develop a significant problem.
- Writers are really passionate. About writing. Not necessarily about you. Are you writing?
- Writers can think through their feelings. So don’t start an argument unless you’re ready for a very, very lengthy explication of our position, our feelings about your position, and what scenes from our recent fiction the whole thing is reminding us of.
- Writers enjoy their solitude. So get lost, will you?
- Writers are creative. This is why we have such good reasons why you should lend us $300 and/or leave us alone, we’re writing.
- Writers wear their hearts on their sleeves. Serious advice: if you meet a writer who’s actually demonstrative, be careful.
- Writers will teach you cool new words. This is possibly true! We may also expect you to remember them, correct your grammar, and look pained after reading mundane notes you’ve left for us.
- Writers may be able to adjust their schedules for you. Writers may be able to adjust their schedules for writing. Are you writing? Get in line, then.
- Writers can find 1000 ways to tell you why they like you. By the 108th you’ll be pretty sure we’re just making them up for fun.
- Writers communicate in a bunch of different ways. But mostly writing. Hope you don’t like talking on the phone — that shit is rough.
- Writers can work from anywhere. So you might want to pass on that tandem bike rental when you’re on vacation.
- Writers are surrounded by interesting people. Every last one of whom is imaginary.
- Writers are easy to buy gifts for. This is true. Keep it in mind when your birthday rolls around, okay?
- Writers are sexy. No argument. Some people think this about heroin addicts, too.
Alternate solution: it will be pretty much like dating anyone else who likes to do a particular thing, you know?
remember mary claire the boy is drunk and may not remember this tomorrow
(if I) fall for you, I’ll never recover
(if I) fall for you, I’ll never be the same
— Kurt and Blaine have known each other since childhood, but they’re far from friends. High school enemies turned college roommates in New York, they’re forced to spend extra time together thanks to mutual friends. What happens when “never” turns into “what if?”(also: dirty dancing)
(lyrics - Maroon 5’s Love Somebody)
“Where are you running off to?” Kurt mutters, eyes trained on his roommate’s back in the doorway.
“I’m going out,” is Blaine’s terse response. He doesn’t move from the doorframe though; instead he turns to look at Kurt, who refuses to make eye contact as he pretends to look over his textbook review pages. Blaine grins. “Just how smart are you?”
“What do you mean?”
“Well, I consider myself pretty intelligent, but I’d never succeed at studying an upside-down textbook.”
he literally just told me it’s gonna take him awhile to tell me why he thinks I’m cute like he’s actually telling me why and I just
I was this close to calling him “dirty cute” just now