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12 December 2020 @ 09:35 pm
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Well, semi-friends only mostly because what was meant for the public will be public (fics, videos, icons, pics, productive fangirling and such.) And all boring real life shit and rant is friends only.

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02 April 2013 @ 02:58 pm
 
 
 
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16 August 2010 @ 11:42 am
 It was high time for me to do a Glee video, and since so many people said that Kurt should sing "There's a Fine, Fine Line" from Avenue Q as a closure of his crush on Finn, I had to do this song. I think it really suits the situation.


 
 
 
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06 August 2010 @ 08:50 pm
 Here's a list of classics I would like to read in the future. When I finish one, I'll strike it out, and hopefully add some titles to it. Feel free to recommend me some, dear f-list.

  1. One Hundred Years of Solitude (Száz év magány) - Gabriel Gracia Marquez
  2. Love in the Time of Cholera (Szerelem a kolera idején) - Gabriel Gracia Marquez
  3. The Catcher in the Rye (Zabhegyező) - JD Salinger
  4. Don Quixote (Don Quijote) - Cervantes
  5. Les Misérables (A nyomorultak) - Victor Hugo
  6. Alice in Wonderland (Alice csodaországban) - Lewis Caroll
  7. Pride and Prejudice (Büszkeség és balítélet) - Jane Austin
  8. War and Peace (Háború és béke) - Tolsztoj
  9. Anna Karenina - Tolsztoj
  10. The Death of Ivan Ilyich (Ivan Iljics halála) - Tolsztoj
  11. Catch 22 (22-es csapdája) - Joshep Heller
  12. Crime and Punishment (Bűn és bűnhődés) - Dosztojevszkij
  13. Sense and Sensibility (Értelem és érzelem) - Jane Austin
  14. Musashi (Muszasi) - Yosikava Eidzsi
  15. Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Galaxis útikalauz stopposoknak) - Dougles Adams
  16. The Complete Works of Oscar Wilde
  17. To Kill a Mockingbird (Ne bántsátok a feketerigót!) - Harper Lee
  18. something from Virginia Woolf
  19. Memoirs of a Geisha (Egy gésa emlékiratai) - Arthur Golden
  20. Animal Farm (Állatfarm) - George Orwell
  21. Of Mice and Men - John Steinbeck
  22. Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov
  23. Ulysses - James Joyce
  24. The Color Purple - Alice Walker
  25. Hunger Games series - Suzanne Collins
Re-reading:
  1. Red and Black (Vörös és fekete) - Stendhal
  2. Sherlock Holmes - Conan Doyle
  3. Harry Potter - JK Rowling
  4. Wuthering Heights (Üvöltő szelek) - Emily Bronte
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15 June 2010 @ 10:59 am
I started to have Chris Colfer withdrawals now, that Glee's on a break. I've heard about the short film Chris made a while back, but I haven't seen it before, so now I decided to give it a try.

The movie is called "Russel Fish: The Sausage and Eggs Incident" and can be downloaded from the Official Website (http://rfthemovie.com/), it's a 9 mins long short movie.

So I went to the site, and it gave me two options, I could download it in high or low quality. Well, I like my movies high quality, so it was an obvious choice, but even if it wasn't, the note for the HQ video would have persuaded me:

"I will wait as long as it takes to download cinematic genius in the highest download quality available! (Okay, I just want to see Chris Colfer in a swimsuit with as much detail as possible short of ordering the DVD.)"

I already liked the creator's humor.
And as for the movie, it's the kind that is so bad it's good. It was a 9 minute long laughing fit. Also, I realized that the title is actually very relevant to the film.

 


PS.: He plays straight. ;)
 
 
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12 June 2010 @ 03:38 pm
So, I decided to organize my bookmarks, and thus I also created a rec list from it. 99% Puck/Kurt fics. 

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28 May 2010 @ 12:14 pm
Fisica O Quimica is back with its 5th season, yay.
I thought it was a Latin-American TV-show, but I've recently realized it's actually European (Spanish), that, for some reason, makes me really happy.

I'm already loving the melodrama between Fer and David. Fer can be such a jealous bitch sometimes, but I love him.

 
 
 
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23 May 2010 @ 11:16 am
Ever since I found Wanderful by Jericho (Mark Salling's band) on YouTube I've been listening to it non-stop. It's such a beautiful song. I'd searched for the lyrics but hadn't found it anywhere, so I made a transcript. I'm not sure if it's perfectly accurate. Still, very nice lyrics.



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19 May 2010 @ 04:32 pm
I was re-watching Glee, and decided that I needed to make gifs. I managed to make around 30 gifs from the first 4 episodes. They are mostly favorite scenes (and characters), reaction gifs, and Puck/Kurt.

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I promised a friend that I would watch I Love You, Phillip Morris with her, but I was impatient and couldn't wait for her, so I watched it alone.

I was waiting for this film since forever, and I think my expectations were too high. It was a bit disappointing. Before watching it I thought the casting was amazing, but when I watched it I realized that between Carrey and McGregor there was no chemistry whatsoever. It was hard to watch even the cutest cuddling scenes. Which is insane since I'm all crazy about two men cuddling, anytime, anywhere.

The music was simply bad. (Not as bad as in Shutter Island, which I thought would be a very bad movie, but ended up being pretty watchable. But the music in it literally gave me a headache.)

The script wasn't that good either, but I don't think it was the biggest weakness of the movie. With a different casting, it might have been better. (Especially Carrey. As much as I love him, he overacted the role. And I was fairly disappointed in McGregor too.)

So, the gay themed movie I've been waiting for for 2 years ended up being this boring mess. Even though the story had so much potential. I'm sad.

How bad a movie have to be for me to say, "that blow job scene was totally out of place and unnecessary. It made no sense."