i have a physical negative reaction when people get blaine’s characterization wrong
True. And it happens all the time. On the other hand, the glee writers constantly get Blaine’s characterization wrong themselves… (season filler, anyone?). But it’s true that I react quite badly to their stupidity, too. So…
Also, people actually get wrong parts of Blaine’s characterization which are quite unambiguously depicted in canon (even at its most stupid), like his relationship with his father affecting his choices—it does not!, his being out of the closet long before he met Kurt, his audacity, openness, confidence, intelligence, theatricality, talent… His respect of his partner’s feelings. His self-respect. And so on… Sigh.
Klaine has always been open and honest and comfortable and attentive with each other right from the beginning. Blaine picks up immediately that something’s wrong with Kurt and Kurt senses he can trust Blaine and completely opens up because he’s been invisible for so long but Blaine noticed when no one else had, Blaine sees him and Blaine fully reciprocates and opens up, connects, and they are just perf and I miss them.
most awkward non-love triangle ever
The Equality Illusion (via lesilencieux)
Things I want to happen in GoT (based on show only):
1. I want Sansa and Tyrion to get to know each other and become friends, protecting each other, saving each other’s lives and all that deal.
2. I want Sansa to fall in love with Tyrion (one-sided, short-lived, just for character development’s sake). Also, no resultant sex! (Tyrion is happy with Shae…)
3. I don’t want Jaime and Brienne’s relationship to become romantic or sexual in the foreseeable future. He doesn’t admire her because he’s sexually attracted to her. Make clear that what affects him so deeply is her amazing knighthood and overall personality, not her sex.
“A bad joke, Your Grace.”
something about this that I just love