one short damn fuse
Angela | 23 | ARO-ace

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"i want to go to bed" is how i would sum up 2014

I said, “The only way I can play someone this hard is for something to be peeled away each week, and the first thing that needs to go is the wig.” I just wanted to deal with her hair. It’s a big thing with African-American women…You start when you’re just a young girl. Do you twist it? Do you leave it natural when it’s so hard to take care of? Then you start wearing wigs but every night before bed you’ve got to take the wig off and deal with your hair underneath. And it’s a part of Annalise that I needed the writers to deal with because I’ve never seen it, ever, on TV and I thought it would be very powerful. It’s part of her mask. - Viola Davis (x)

"why don't we do something normal??" *doesn't know what to do with his hands and scrunches up face*

Also Asher’s sleeping position is commonly associated with being cocky and rude, whilst Wes’ sleeping position is associated with being helpful and a good listener uwu ~

Both Connor and Michaela sleep curled up. This position is often associated with people who seem confident and tough on the outside, but are really deeply sensitive uwu ~ 

badgirlvillain replied to your post: The Backlot posted an article about ho

the backlot is a fucking joke. “too much gay sex”, are you kidding me

They were like “well this heterosexual person tweeted Shonda Rhimes about the gay sex being a problem and Shonda Rhimes was like no, but maybe the tweeter has a point”

umm… no. 

How To Get Away With Murder 1.06 Freakin’ Whack-a-Mole

The Backlot posted an article about how there could be “too much gay sex” on HTGAWM, and people are shocked because it’s supposed to be a “sanctuary” for lgbt media. However, I know all too well that they can be super classist and judgmental when it comes to characters that don’t fit the mold of what they believe are acceptable lgbt characters, so this doesn’t surprise me one bit.

But does this not bother other people?




I guess they were trying to be dramatic but, with parallel structure, shouldn’t Professor Keating write “evidence” instead of “bury?”

Ah, interesting observation. I see what you mean. It could just be random, and plenty of professors I know don’t follow parallel structure. Parallel Structure would be like this:

(This puts emphasis on the action, but the students will have to remember who or what receives the action.) 

or this:

(This puts emphasis on the one receiving the action, but the students will have to remember what action to take.)

but she wrote this instead:

So she puts emphasis on those who receive the first two actions, and this could be because she sees them as more important. Really,  in any case they take on, these two (witness and suspect) come first and receive a lot of action (no pun intended). They’re questioned, they’re observed, they’re tested, they’re bargained with, and so on. All of this ties into “discrediting” (witnesses) and “introducing” (suspects), which is an ongoing process. So perhaps the actions themselves aren’t as important because it’s an implicit part of the process of dealing with witnesses and suspects as a defense attorney. However, with the evidence, there is one thing and one thing only that they must do: bury it. This doesn’t have to be literal, but all in all, their job is preventing evidence from swaying a case in favor of the victim. So that could be why the emphasis is placed on the action instead.

It could also be for a simple reason, such as it’s easier to write it out quickly. 

You really think I’m that desperate? That you can buy me some takeout and bat your eyes and I’ll get down on my knees like some sad twink.

stay with me - 8:24:14, 10.39 PM



ok i took a break from take me to church and made this and it turned out to not be a great song for my voice but i wasted my whole day on it so i figured i’d post it anyways :|

Oct. 20 3:15 pm


What is it like working on How To Get Away With Murder? We are like rabid animals when we get these scripts. Recently we just got 1.04 and when it lands in our email boxes and, you know, we’re just trying to devour that episode on any device that is available to us, and it’s the fastest that I’ve ever read sixty pages ever.


baby arctic fox tries to eat a man alive