I know I’ve said it before but it bears repeating: Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 is one of the most exciting, bizarre, inventive, and beautiful musical theatre scores in decades.
Who, learning how you’re trading now, sang “Hallelujah, Gloria!”
And sent me to convey to you her positive euphoria
As well as little gifts from Britain’s various emporia.
Her letters do contain a few proposals to your Emperor
Which if, of course, he won’t endorse, will put in her in a temper or,
More happily, should he agree, will serve to keep her placid, or
At least till I am followed by a permanent ambassador.
Her Majesty considers the arrangements to be tentative
Until we ship a proper diplomatic representative.
We don’t foresee that you will be the least bit argumentative,
So please ignore the man-of-war we brought as a preventative. »The best part of “Please, Hello” from Pacific Overtures (via merrily-we-roll-the-fuck-along)
an ideal date would be eating takeout dinner in our pjs while watching Netflix and you play with my hair
yall literally have the lowest standards in the history of the universe and there are animals that accept urine as a mating gift
(Source: wispygirl)via professorcapybara
the saddest part of The Fault In Our Stars was definitely when Augustus fell into the chocolate river and got sucked up into the tube thing