what if your life is just a movie and billions of people in another dimension are watching it right now
they’re begging for a refund.
at least the soundtrack is awesome.
One day we’ll be in a Marvel movie, sitting there as something doesn’t feel right. and as the credits start to roll we’ll know what it is. It will flash up on screen and our hearts will break. “In loving memory of Stan Lee”. There was no cameo in that movie. And there never will be again.
WOAH THERE, SATAN
ALL ABOARD THE NOPE TRAIN TO FUCK-THAT-VILLE.
I remember literally squealing (or something similar) when this originally aired (May 9, 2007… I was a sophomore in college). And I am NOT a person who squeals.
My continued enjoyment is a bit sadistic, of course, because it was one of the rare moments on the show when he was clearly completely uncomfortable and not in control…
which is a turn-on.
I know it’s wrong, but I totally have stupid fantasies about being interviewed on the Colbert Report for my novels and doing this exact thing. Granted, I wouldn’t kiss him on the lips because he’s married but I’d smooch his cheek for sure.
giggle-fit asked: Omg you met BATMAN!!!!!!!!11 So cool! What was he like? I'm seriously hoping he comes by San Diego this Con....
He. Was. So. NICE.
I know some say some celebrities are super nice, like Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Jackman, but you really need to understand that Kevin Conroy was so sweet it made me tear up a bit.
The first time I met him was at his second panel on Saturday at Dallas Comic Con. I got into the Q & A and I asked him what was something that Batman taught him through the years and he gave me the most beautiful answer ever. He said that Batman taught him that it doesn’t matter if you have a tragic background or a terrible life because it is no excuse to be a bad person. You have a responsibility to be the best person you can be and help others no matter who you are and where you came from. It was like talking to Bruce Wayne. Kevin Conroy is Batman. Is and always will be. He takes the character seriously and he adds this level of sincerity to him that I think everyone needs to know about.
The second time I met him was in the autograph line. I bought a comic from the Dealer’s room and had him sign that and two photos for my friends. I told him that he had saved my life more times than he knew and he just thanked me. He also said my name, which I had him sign as “Kyo” (because screw my parents, that’s my name now), was pretty. I gave him a letter I wrote a few years back that basically just thanks him for being such an inspiration and he thanked me again and said I was sweet. Then we took a picture and I said goodbye.
It was by far the greatest moment of my life. Kevin Conroy is a true gentleman and all of his stories at the panels were funny and great. I hope you get to meet him someday. He is truly amazing. I’m a better person having met him. It was literally my dream to meet him and I can die happy now that I have.
Go to Starbucks. Order coffee for “Prisoner 24601”
When they call out your order, jump up and yell “My name is Jean Valjean!”
And if the barista replies with “AND I’M JAVERT,” you tip that motherfucker so hard
you tip them right over the edge of a bridge
you fucking didn’t
oh my god.
this is a follower appreciation post because if you think about it when 1 person follows you it’s not just a number it’s like a whole real person who breathes and eats and hits its pinky toe into furniture i mean it has legs and everything DO YOU REALIZE HOW MUCH OF A BIG DEAL IT IS