twyll: i have these people i follow who follow me too and i think they’re really cool and stuff and we mutually reblog each other and and sometimes i just sit down and look at their url when it shows up on my dash and im like aw yeah we tight we bros but we’RE NOT???? WEVE NEVER EVEN HAD A CONVERSATION?????
LESSONS YOU CAN LEARN FROM MUSICALS
Les Miserables: Stealing a loaf of bread may seem like a good idea, but it will literally fuck up your entire life.
Spring Awakening: If you get laid, you die. If you don't get laid, you die. Also don't trust your parents.
Chicago: It's ok to murder people as long as you wear lingerie and can sing and dance.
The King and I: Racism doesn't count if you sing about it.
My Fair Lady: People will like you if you talk like you have a broom stick up your ass.
Hairspray: In the 60s, people will hate you if you're overweight, UNLESS you also hang out with black people.
RENT: AIDS really blows.
A Chorus Line: If you ever audition for a musical chorus, you better have a goddamn good story as to why you became a dancer.
Grease: If your boyfriend doesn't like you, change absolutely everything about yourself to please him.
The Phantom of the Opera: When choosing between a controlling boyfriend and a sociopath composer with a messed up face who dwells in an opera house's basement, take your sweet damn time.
Rocky Horror Picture Show: Finding refuge from a storm in a mansion who's owner is a transvestite will make you inexplicably horny, and seemingly bisexual.
lemondifficult: American English: “One-thirty.” British English: “Half one.” German: “Half two.” And that’s fucking annoying.
Sometimes we need to stop analyzing the past, stop planning the future, stop...– Carrie Bradshaw (via whatwouldcarriesay)
so when do we start rioting for Meryl Streep and...
acklebabby: DOOOYOUHEAR THE PEEEOPLE SING SINGING A SOOONG OF AANGRY MEN IT IS THE MUUUSIC OOF A PEEEOPLE WHO WILLNOT BE SLAVES AGAIN! WHEEN THEBEEATINGOOFYOURHEART ECHOES THE BEEEA TING OOFTHE DRUMS THERE IS A LIFE ABOOUT TO STARTWHENTOMOOORROW COOOOOOOMES!!
mina-marina: My history professor asked who we wanted to have as the next pope and I chimed in Oprah and my prof just stands there laughing for a solid minute before he whispers Poprah
All that matters is that you have compatible rising signs, and that - you know -...– Jessa Johansson, Girls HBO (via dostruess)