is it normal that I start bawling every time i see the trailer for the new les miserables movie?
It's an acronym.
I honestly don't know what it stands for.
Basically, we use Skype to connect to other colleges, across the nation
And have interlinked classes, blah blah blah
So, next semester, we're going to be linking to a college in New York.
So . . .
What I'm really trying to say is . . .
Angels Take Manhattan.
You Know Those Laughing Cow Commercials?
When the woman hands out the cheese, and says:
“Laughing Cow! Have you laughed today?”
Well, I think that someone should make something for Tumblr.
Where it says:
“Tumblr. Have you GROSSLY SOBBED, today?”
Stages of ‘Noatak and Tarrlok’s Death’
After Episode: Wow! Korra won! Everything’s alright! I still can’t believe that Tarrlok and Amon are brothers! Weird!? Oh well!
Later That Day: Seriously though!
Amo … Noatak and Tarrlok were brothers! Tarrlok killed them both! Well, I suppose it was the best way to die.
That Night: Why am I focusing on this? I mean, it’s true that the two brothers had a horrible childhood, but they were still villains. Korra won. They lost …
The Next Morning: OMG, how did I not notice that Noatak was crying! He shed a tear, just before the boat exploded! This puts a new perspective on it!
Later That Day: Looks up horrible puns, such as, “The Finale Ended With A Bang.”
That Night: Really, it was all Yakone’s fault. He was a horrible father. I mean, he abused them, physically and mentally! So, it was his fault they they grew up the way that they did …
The Next Morning: Wakes Up And Begins Gross Sobbing Because WHY! WHY DID THEY HAVE TO DIE? AFTER EVERYTHING THAT THEY WENT THROUGH! THEY WERE GOING TO BE TOGETHER! IT WAS GOING TO BE JUST LIKE OLD TIMES! WHY!
I’ve actually been good about not crying, when watching Korra.
I burst into tears, at this part. To the point, where I was nearly hysterical.
I once had a dog, the best dog in the world.
She was my best friend, my spiritual companion.
And whenever I would cry, she’d come over, and lick my tears.
I know, it sounds gross, but it was so meaningful.
It was like she was wiping the tears away, physically telling me not to cry.
I had to put her down, several years ago …
Seeing this, I just couldn’t hold it in …
The worst part is, I realized, while crying, that there was no one to wipe the tears away.
I had to do it. This is what I imagine Zuko’s confrontation with Uncle Iroh would be, after the birth of Zuko’s daughter.
Here’s a small story:
Zuko stumbled down to the hospital waiting room. The sunset came through the window, symbolizing a new day, a new beginning.
Tears streamed down his cheeks, as Zuko realized that his purpose in life was complete.
Iroh was waiting. No words were spoken. Iroh pulled Zuko into a tight hug.
“It’s a girl, Uncle!” Zuko croaked.
Iroh felt tears come to his eyes.
Never in his life, had he been prouder of his nephew.
Pictures were actually taken from the Season Finale and carefully modified, to the point of being nearly unrecognizable.