pphobos said: the more the writers make her adamant in her support of hannibal, the more devastating the consequences for her, i fear. but i’m enjoying watching will going to the darker parts of himself and his game with hannibal. fun times.
I have to keep reminding myself that Will’s in control now, because there are times when I’m just thinking, he’s had it, he’s going to forget the plan and just take Hannibal out.
People have already screencapped that last scene and started writing fanfics about it, I bet. You have to wonder if they’re even actually watching the show, or if they just mute it and look at the pretty pictures.
The next episode looks like it’s going to be really good.
pphobos said: oh dear god, i feel you. my extended family are such deplorable human beings. not that i’m saying yours are, but i understand toxic people that you can’t separate from.
Man, I hardly ever talk to any of my extended family. Especially on my mom’s side, because they do nothing but try to start trouble. In my immediate family there is so much drama, so much manipulation, so much general jerk behavior. My sister’s the only person who I can count on to just be normal and decent all the time. It’s hard to tell relatives when they’re being messed up, though, isn’t it? Family members are fantastic at being overly defensive and laying on the guilt any time you try to call them out on something. I love them, but damn..
Between Hannibal and Alana’s sex scene and corpses and psychos slithering out of dead horses, take one guess at which I found more disturbing.
Okay, yes, that horse thing was really hard to watch but….BUT….
Also, I think Will is even more brilliant at Hannibal’s game than Hannibal.
I hate this show. It reminds me of that guy in high school (and then in college, probably) who makes the dirtiest, most obvious, asinine jokes when you’re just hanging out with some people and immediately makes everyone so uncomfortable because they know he’s starved for attention but they don’t want to encourage him.
Family drama always makes me wish I could ask for a trial separation from certain family members from time to time.
"No, I love you, I just need to see other families right now."
pphobos said: when people ship anyone with hannibal.
I wouldn’t even wish it on Freddie Lounds at this point.
pphobos said: some people here go so fucking far with their social justice crusade that they are actually often counterproductive to their cause. and others actively look for issues where there are none, maybe because they ran out of things to be outraged over.
Seriously. Which is so insane, because all they really accomplish is letting everybody know that they don’t actually give a shit about the people their cause was supposed to support, but just want to feel self-righteous and superior to everyone else. And not only that, but you rarely see those same people actually do anything about the issues that are supposedly so important to them. They’ve got no business being pissed if they aren’t taking any actions against whatever injustices other than posting impotent rants on the internet.
i wish there wasn’t a stigma about doing things alone. you can’t go out to eat alone, you can’t see a movie alone, basically anything fun, you’re looked down on for doing alone and it’s so stupid you shouldn’t need other people to validate your decisions
I do it anyway. It’s not always as much fun, but if you can’t find anybody who likes the same things you do, you shouldn’t deprive yourself just because you have to enjoy them alone (I make up for that by talking to myself…which probably accounts for all the stares, but whatever) It’s not an easy thing to suddenly stop caring about other peoples’ opinions of you, but I always tell myself this: I don’t know them, I’ll probably never see them again, and if they’re going to be asses and judge me, how much could their approval possibly be worth to me?
Like most things, it depends on your perspective.
ϟ The Magic Begins Challenge: A Scene You Really Wanted To Be In The Movies, But Wasn’t
Have a biscuit, Potter.
I loved this scene (and this is yet another reason why Mcgonagall was my favorite adult character in the series -next to Hagrid, I mean)
"You told off Professor Umbridge?"
"Here’s a cookie."
Do people ever start to annoy you so much by constantly voicing their personal values that you almost want to adopt the exact opposite viewpoints just to spite them?
lesson of the day: don’t neglect the fundamentals of drawing, kids.