A VAMPIRE AND A MERMAN WHO JUST GOT HIS LEGS WALK SIDE BY SIDE IN THE MOONLIGHT
- *Date With Zayn*
- Zayn: Look At The Stars
- You: Yeah,They're Beautiful
- Zayn: You Know Who's More Beautiful Than Them?
- You: Who?
- Zayn: Liam
Favourite BTVS Speeches:
↳ Rupert Giles, Innocence.
#remember that time a teen girl had sex on a show and it crashed and burned but her father figure was like ‘i think you made a good call’#like legitimately ‘based on the evidence- hitting that was 100% understandable and i support you’#oh - oh you were expecting an ‘i told you so’ or some kind of slut-shaming#LET ME INTRODUCE YOU TO RUPERT F*CKING GILES (via harrietvane)
#neither rupert nor joss whedon is perfect #but what i always always appreciate about this show #is that the character closest to a patriarch #never one time shames anyone about having sex #despite that he basically has three to six teenagers under his watch(er)ful eye at any given time #although he possibly does this in season seven #and those are mitigating circumstances and also the writing around that entire thing was terrible but basically #thank you show. this is a good. (via historianisms)
Zayn and Louis with fans today in London (15.04.2014)
The story of the giant ship that sank on its maiden voyage is so rife with symbolism that if it hadn’t actually happened, we might have had to invent it.
Yet it did happen, on that cold, clear April night in 1912. And it happened to real people—stokers, millionaires, society ladies, parsons, parlormaids—people who displayed a full range of all-too-human reactions as the events of the night unfolded. The recollections of those who survived, conflicting and embroidered though they often are, allow us to place ourselves on that sloping desk and ask: “What would we do?”
The unsinkable story sails on.
—Hugh Brewster, Gilded Lives, Fatal Voyage
the preeminent Ezra of his time