REBLOG AND THEN
AND CLICK ON THE PICTURE. USE YOUR WEBCAM OR NOT.
This is the most wondrous thing. I have turned off all of my lights and I’m sat under my duvet like a secret pioneer into this fantastic little world that I can’t stop watching.
Genuinely one of the coolest things I’ve come across on here.
Ok this is amazing
I spent like 20 minutes just watching it.
omg i dont reblog stuff but fhdbsjfhdbshjfs this needs to be on my tumblr omg //stares
WOAHHH K TURNED THE LIGHTS OUT. TOOK ME A WHILE BUT WHAOOAOOOAHHH
YOU MEAN YOU PEOPLE HAVE NEVER HEARD OF THIS I LOVE THIS OKAY IT’S MEANT TO REPRESENT HOW DREAMS EVOLVE WITH RANDOM SHAPES AND REPETITIVE IMAGES ANA SOMNIA IS THE BEST THING
I will be chasing the starlight
Until the end of my life
I don’t know if it’s worth it anymore
Hyperbole and a Half posted again, and everyone needs to read it because:
- If you are depressed, it will resonate with you like whoa.
- If you are not depressed, it will clarify some stereotypes about depression that need to be said. An explanation like this has been needed for a LONG time.
- If you know someone who is depressed, you’ll be better at interacting with them after reading this.
Spoiler alert, read my in depth summary of the movie under the cut. Literally got back from the midnight screening at 3am and wrote this, maybe some time inaccuracies.
Is it genuinely that hard for people to understand that just because I, and others, have periods of normality doesn’t mean we’re not depressed?
Like seriously, I don’t want to feel like shit all the time, I do TRY and find things to make myself feel better. Or even if I am feeling the absolute worst, doesn’t mean I need to rain on everybody else’s parade, so I’m going to do my best to at least not look like I am. It’s like people want me to constantly be miserable and sad just to ‘prove’ I feel it.
Plus saying things like ‘well you don’t look depressed’ or ‘but you still smile/laugh/have fun so you aren’t that depressed’ only makes it worse, since it kinda makes you feel guilty for having that moment, or that you can’t complain because others have it worse?
Also, there isn’t always a reason to cry, or at least one specific one. Sometimes, everything just gets too much and you break down and so sometimes when you ask what’s wrong the answer will be ‘everything’ or sometimes you just suddenly feel really dreadful and the answer is ‘nothing’ and even if you ask over and over that’s the reason and it isn’t going to change.
I dunno where I am going with this, it just seems people that don’t have the slightest idea what it’s like having depression are the ones that seem to think they can make rules about it.
like the worst thing ever is when you’re talking about something you really love to someone and you can just tell that they dont give a shit
I must say, as my first premiere experience, it hasn’t left me thinking I would do it again.
Queued for hours, still ended up a row behind. First behind some typical fandom quirky my-221b-notebook-came-from-my-friend-check-out-her-etsy girls from fuck knows where, Then these guy that must like do this shit all the time since they had a thick book full of autos already and asked everyone who is anyone over fpr photos and shit.
This did play into my hands since I got an autograph from Stephen Fry! I got some photos of random celebs too.
The actors kept coming round to us but just not quite getting there before going for their 4 minute interview, after which only Chris Pine, Simon Pegg, Alice Eve, JJ Abrams and Noel Clarke bothered to come and do some more for the people they missed. I think Zachery Quinto and Karl Urban maybe did a few but I couldn’t really see. Either way they didn’t bother with us, despite being uming the ones who queued the longest.
Zoe Saldana and Cumberbatch didn’t bother coming back at all.
I took my sister since she loves Star Trek too and I thought it’s be cool for her to meet the characters she likes, but she only got to see Kirk, since as Zachery approaced both times I picked her up to look and he never got round to us. She was really miserable after that since she missed ‘Spock’
I was also miserable since I didn’t take anything for Alice or the writers to sign since I didn’t know what to take, and then they were the nicest people and the biggest oppurtunites I had! I felt well guilty and gutted.
I could have cried when I missed Simon Pegg trying to pick my sister up to see him. Taking tiny children to a premiere only works if you manage to get neat the front, and the two douchebags in front of me were barely making enough room for me to pass my hand and stuff through to get signed.
So basically, the most decent people there who have gained my respect are Simon, Chris, JJ, Noel, Alice and the writers. The rest can go feck themselves, they didn’t wait for hours on the slim chance they could meet us, we the fans make or brake them the least they could go is wait outside another couple of minutes to make us happy.
Not sure if I’m willing to go to any more premieres, just isn’t worth the time and dissapointment.