Let’s just play nice and get along, okay?
I mean, if anons are sniping at one another, what line is left to cross?
WHAT MADNESS WILL DESCEND UPON OUR CIVILIZATION???
No, but really, let’s all keep it friendly, if possible.
I’m sorry if it sounds like I’m scolding you. I promise that I’m not, it’s just that anon arguments aren’t fun for anyone.
Horrible taste in what, exactly? Or do you mean in general?
oh gosh wow thank you that’s really nice of you to say
*gives you a cookie*
I LOVE YOU MORE, SAMI
Oh my gosh, I’m sorry that you had to go through that. *hugs your face*
To be honest, it sounds like sexual assault (within the broad umbrella of socially and legally defined sexual assault), especially given the fact that the way you describe it makes it seem like you didn’t really agree to it or know that that was what was going to happen.
I’m really sorry about all of this, anon.
*makes you tea*
It’s just my tag for him because he originated the role of Gabe Goodman in next to normal, and his big character number is basically aggressive pole-dancing combined with high notes. Like so:
And I also use that as my Aaron Tveit tag because his role in next to normal has a special place in my heart, because I first became a fan of his work after I saw a regional production of the show and ended up on the inevitable quest to scour YouTube for Tony Awards performance videos. And also n2n is just a really excellent show in pretty much every way, because the writing and composition are so impeccable, and the original casts were so good, both Broadway and off-Broadway.
Oh and he did some very minor swinging about on large, vertically placed objects in Wicked, or so I hear.
His dance moves are just…something.
But I’m Liz Lemon, not Zooey Deschanel!
HELP I’M HAVING A SUDDEN IDENTITY CRISIS
Jayme, is that you? *squints*
Oh my god, I do the same thing all the time.
And I sometimes do the thing where I see things on my dash and go, “wow this blog is so good I should follow it” and then the light dawns, because I am dim and absent-minded.
Let us awkwardly hug in solidarity!