Because every time you see them happy you remember how sad they’re going to be. And it breaks your heart. Because what’s the point in them being happy now if they’re going to be sad later. The answer is, of course, because they are going to be sad later.
The first Firefly episode aired on TV 10 years ago today (The Train Job) - 20/9/2002Mal: We’re still flying.Simon: That’s not much.Mal: It’s enough.
|ofnopracticaluse: To keep things light and easy... maybe? HP, Chuck, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Avengers (my dream superpower would have to be the same as Charlie Brooker's, i.e. the ability to tilt your head ninety degrees when lying down so I could watch television from that position without the screen being at the wrong angle.)|
Thank you Saara :)
Oh, easy. When I had to choose between dance and science, or actually between becoming a dancer and becoming a scientist. I’m still not sure I made the right choice.
Ooh, well… What do you count as a skill? I’d like to master understanding chemistry instantly :D if that’s not a skill, then maybe… ballet. Seriously. Yes Hansu, I am jealous of you :D
I’d join Darwin’s expedition to the Galapagos Islands. Just the thought of it makes me cry a bit. But then I’d like to go a few years back and give myself some sound advice.
Hair. Idek why. I just do. Good hair will not go unnoticed.
Oh god this is the worst question… The one you mentioned is pretty good though. But invisibility would be great. I’m also a fan of the kind of jumping around on buildings that Spiderman does.
you can’t possibly be real → dianna agron
“When you’re sad, you’re not sad. You are merely oblivious to the good things in your life. There is always a crack of light in the darkness. Find it.”