all for love he gave me; i'll give everything for him

all for love he gave me; i'll give everything for him



JOCKS V. NERDS: YOU WERE DIFFERENT BEFORE

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Stiles told himself he wasn’t checking his phone, that he wouldn’t even let himself look, but that was a lie because he checked before he was even back at the dorm. Derek had looked so surprised, eyes widening behind his glasses, like maybe he really didn’t know.

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mgnemesi:

I’m in pain, so have a quick Derek-in-pain painting.

mgnemesi:

I’m in pain, so have a quick Derek-in-pain painting.





arutairu:

congratulatio dog for winning every sports

arutairu:

congratulatio dog for winning every sports





[Hoechlin] talked about the scene with Scott and Derek in the loft, where Scott sees the gun on the bed. He said that he believes Scott does care for Derek. “That’s what that scene was about.” During one of the takes for that scene, one they ended up not using, Posey played the scene with Scott crying. He said Posey was very intense and emotional, he worked hard on the scene, and Tyler thought it was an important moment to show how Scott did care for Derek. But “they” (the director/writers/Jeff, ) didn’t like it so they didn’t use that take. Both Tylers were very disappointed they didn’t use it in the final cut.
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chessys:

a guy in a frog mask just broke into my lecture and is casually catwalking down the stage

chessys:

a guy in a frog mask just broke into my lecture and is casually catwalking down the stage



Orange is the New Black: a summary



How do you stay grounded? I don’t know, I just am. I’ve got good parents. I have a good family. I don’t really know how to be any other way, but I’m absolutely affected. Everyone’s affected by any sort of fame or minor celebrity. It’s just this weird kind of thing that starts happening. It’s nerve-racking a little. That’s the biggest thing for me is that it’s nerve-racking – the attention that you get that you wouldn’t ordinarily be getting. Like going to these MTV events and the red carpet, and having to do 40 interviews in a row and take all these pictures. Like that makes my heart go, you know? But you get used to it, I hear (laughs).
How do you stay grounded? I don’t know, I just am. I’ve got good parents. I have a good family. I don’t really know how to be any other way, but I’m absolutely affected. Everyone’s affected by any sort of fame or minor celebrity. It’s just this weird kind of thing that starts happening. It’s nerve-racking a little. That’s the biggest thing for me is that it’s nerve-racking – the attention that you get that you wouldn’t ordinarily be getting. Like going to these MTV events and the red carpet, and having to do 40 interviews in a row and take all these pictures. Like that makes my heart go, you know? But you get used to it, I hear (laughs).