i want a new iphone case and i want it to be blaine-ish but i also want it to be more hardcore than the cases you get from redbubble or whatever
why does otterbox not make a blaine design?
maybe i’ll just get this tho
You are cordially invited to the 2013 Community Summer Fanworks Exchange!
What: A massive fanworks exchange for fan fiction, fan art, fan mixes, fan videos, graphics, and other media based on the NBC show Community.
Who: Any writers, artists, or media creators interested in joining! Creators for all pairings are welcome, as well as gen.
When: Sign-ups are due by Friday May 24th. Assignments will be sent out the following Sunday, after which you will have just over a month to complete your assignment.
Why: To celebrate officially being renewed for season number five!
(And lest you be deterred because you’re not a writer, so far we are very writer-heavy, so we would be very happy to have more artists and media creators to balance us out!)
Just a reminder that sign-ups are due Friday at midnight, so if you’re thinking about signing up but you haven’t done so yet, you have three days left!
We’re up to fifteen participants, which is great, but we would love to have more! Let’s see if we can break 20 before Friday!
anon idk what about my last post would make you think you should immediately send me this message
i haven’t listened to his interview and i highly doubt i will
when someone you like reblogs a post from someone you don’t like and then you have to comb through their blog to try and determine if they follow that person you don’t like
Men still have trouble recognizing that a woman can be complex, can have ambition, good looks, sexuality, erudition, and common sense. A woman can have all those facets, and yet men, in literature and in drama, seem to need to simplify women, to polarize us as either the whore or the angel.
can we band together and vote for “touch me” from spring awakening? :D?
idk why this cracked me up but it really did, lol. he’s my husband.
i just looked them up on youtube and wow *__*
R.I.P. Anne Boleyn (d. May 19 1536)
When the details of Anne’s life are viewed between the framework of these [her] social and cultural values, the modern conception of her as a femme fatale must be discarded. Establishing a valid explanation of her role at court that takes into consideration the beliefs and fears of the sixteenth-century Christendom and treats them with sensitivity is an useful undertaking, not only because historians owe it to the dead to depict them in a rational manner but also because the events of the Reformation will not be clearly understood until her crucial place in that revolution is sorted out. Retha M. Warnicke, The Rise and Fall of Anne Boleyn (x)
An excerpt from The Creation of Anne Boleyn, on filming the scene of Anne’s execution in The Tudors:
[Natalie Dormer:] “I was a real crucible of emotions for those few days. By the time I walked onto the scaffold, I hope I did have that phenomenal air of dignity that Anne had.” Anne’s resigned, contained anguish did not have to be forced, because by then Natalie was in mourning for the character. “As I was saying the lines, I got the feeling that I was saying good-bye to a character. And when it was over, I grieved for her.”
Michael Hirst, too, recalls the heightened emotions of shooting that scene. “That was an amazing day. Extraordinary day. After, I went in to congratulate her. She was weeping and saying, ‘She’s with me, Michael. She’s with me.’”