Can you imagine what it’s like to be him? What he has to live with day in and day out, what that’s got to be like.
It’s the arrow that matters.
The man under the hood isn’t important.
Laurel “It’s funny, isn’t? A year ago, he thought you were a murderer. And me, I was—I was drawn to you. I couldn’t explain why, but…But a part of me felt connected to you. You were always there. For me…For my family, and for some reason, I never asked why”.
Oliver “Are you asking now?”
Laurel “I don’t have to. Because I already know the answer”.
They’ve finally figured out their real target demographic.
before you make fun of a person doing something brave and vulnerable like dancing or singing or reading poetry in front of a lot of people:
A German comedic group of classical performers, Salut Salon, have a showdown of canonical musical works with a twist. How does this kind of boundary-breaking compare to what we might term avant-garde? Also, note the audience clapping on beats 1 and 3; why do you think that is? How would you clap to Mack the Knife?
What the heck just happened?
yesterday no one was answering a question correctly in class and my teacher became so incredibly depressed at our lack of potential that he just
right out the window
All rare, small, and inactive fandoms are eligible for this exchange. The requirements are simple:
Small fandoms should have no more than 200 completed stories on AO3, and 1000 completed stories on fanfiction.net. Only stories of 1000 words or more, and written in English will count toward the requirements.
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It’s like Yuletide mid-year. Who wants to play?
Intriguing. If I thought I would be able to do it I would. I still am playing and writing too much in the “Lois and Clark” fandom to try any of the others. I’m trying to remember which fandoms I like that aren’t active anymore.
You really should do it! Yuletide is fun, and it looks like there will be enough signups to make this one interesting!
I can’t wait until our generation becomes teachers that actually know how to make a video full screen and get the god damn cursor out of the way