cccrystalclear:

I’ll make you look pretty

thefezandthedeathfrisbee:

notyour-sidekick:

deerpong:

there’s something very satisfying about buying office supplies but I’m not quite sure how to explain that feeling

the illusion of productivity

that’s it that’s the feeling


"I don’t think there’s any kind of preparation for sudden celebrity. I think you almost have this slight nervous breakdown when that kind of media attention happens. I mean, you’re doing the same kind of thing that you do all the time, only you have to make these weird adjustments."

"I don’t think there’s any kind of preparation for sudden celebrity. I think you almost have this slight nervous breakdown when that kind of media attention happens. I mean, you’re doing the same kind of thing that you do all the time, only you have to make these weird adjustments."

"99% of music for film and TV is authentically, earnestly, emotionally written without that ironic sense — which means that we feel people’s pain. We don’t minimize it. We try and, in a way, guide the audience, sometimes sort of holding their hand through things. We can be a throughline through complicated plot sequences. We can be an emotional companion really….I hope what we do is to be there alongside the audience, feeling and expressing at the same time with them. Then somehow, on a really good day, an audience member watching the show can be experiencing their own emotional journey and they’ve got someone musically doing that at the same time. When it works really well, I think there’s a sort of a connection between the two and you always feel your emotions are validated by the music."

Sherlock composer Michael Price, from his interview with mid0nz.

This, this, is why the music for s3 was the most satisfying thing about it. Because it felt consistent, unironic, true and trustworthy, and shored up the emotional expectations that weren’t always supported by the writing. Bravo, Mr. Price.

(via professorfangirl)
id-rather-be-in-starshollow:

predictively:

tactictaco:

pointmybodyouttosea:

i can watch this for hours

fuck you and your steady hand :’(

sorry for the porn


Jesus Christ

id-rather-be-in-starshollow:

predictively:

tactictaco:

pointmybodyouttosea:

i can watch this for hours

fuck you and your steady hand :’(

sorry for the porn

Jesus Christ

"Who wants to go to the bookstore?"

englishmajorhumor:

image

bestworstideaever:

DOO WEE OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

gemmacorrell:

(and after) (and during)

gemmacorrell:

(and after) (and during)

tapdancers:

Keeping The Same Tabs Open For 9 Days Straight Because They Contain Information Relevant To Tasks You’re Too Lazy To Complete - A novel by me