I Led the Revolution in My Bedroom

And I Set All the Zippers Free

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standardwhore:

I want an episode of Supernatural where some teenagers are walking through an abandoned factory and suddenly one of then starts walking like a dinosaur and the other kids are like ‘wtf are you doing steve’ and he’s like ‘I saw this post on Tumblr saying if you feel like you’re in the first five minutes of a ghost show then you should walk like a dinosaur, because no one would do that on the show.’ and as soon as he finishes a ghost beheads him.

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sodomymcscurvylegs:

The cognitive dissonance caused by a society that tells its children to “follow their dreams” through messages in films, literature, etc. and then punishes them for not choosing safe, money making careers in adulthood is fascinating, to say the least

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moonlitgleek:

I will never get over the beauty of this shot. How Blaine’s hands are sprawled over Kurt’s back and Kurt’s hand is resting comfortably onto Blaine’s shoulder, how Blaine’s face is taken over by this serene content look, how their faces are basically touching, how in sync they are with their swaying.
This is pretty much the norm with every Klaine dancing scene but this particular scene is powerful because in theory, it shouldn’t be happening. They are broken up and Kurt keeps insisting that they are just friends but here they were, standing in each other’s arm like it’s the most natural thing in the world, because for them, it IS.
They look so peaceful and in their own little world.

This has become an always reblog for me. It’s just so very obvious that Blaine’s in his happy place. When Kurt rests his head on Blaine in Come What May there’s pain in his face because Kurt at that point doesn’t really believe yet. But look at Blaine. He KNOWS. Kurt’s in his arms and he knows.

lilinas:

moonlitgleek:

I will never get over the beauty of this shot. How Blaine’s hands are sprawled over Kurt’s back and Kurt’s hand is resting comfortably onto Blaine’s shoulder, how Blaine’s face is taken over by this serene content look, how their faces are basically touching, how in sync they are with their swaying.

This is pretty much the norm with every Klaine dancing scene but this particular scene is powerful because in theory, it shouldn’t be happening. They are broken up and Kurt keeps insisting that they are just friends but here they were, standing in each other’s arm like it’s the most natural thing in the world, because for them, it IS.

They look so peaceful and in their own little world.

This has become an always reblog for me. It’s just so very obvious that Blaine’s in his happy place. When Kurt rests his head on Blaine in Come What May there’s pain in his face because Kurt at that point doesn’t really believe yet. But look at Blaine. He KNOWS. Kurt’s in his arms and he knows.

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