Andrew Scott at the Apple store in Regent St, London.
It was a very moving panel. The movie they were talking about is called “Pride”, it’s set in the 80’s and it’s about the struggle of a group of LGBT people who try to help the miners of their small town, but are constantly rejected. Andrew got visibly moved throughout the panel, especially when a lesbian girl asked him for advice on how to deal with homophobia. He was like, chocking up. Every single person in the room was teary-eyed. It was beautiful and very emotional, and he’s so, SO passionate about the cause. He really feels it in his bones. After the panel he stopped to take pictures and sign autographs for as long as he could, and he really seemed a genuinely amazing person.
Wow, I never thought I would have to do this. Sigh…here goes…the blog cumbermelikecrazy has reposted 5 gifs of mine. 2 of them the next day I told them to to take down the other 3. I’ve been patient with this blog. I have been seeing reposts for a long time on that blog. In my opinion this is a reposting blog and has ignored all of the people that sent them a pm to take the reposts down. Reposting is not ok. I have perfectly lovely gifsets that these gifs go in.here, here and here. Reposting is basically stealing, just reblog. Since they’re ignoring me, I have to do this which I hate.
Please if you can signal boost the hell out of this post.
Reblogging this and asking anyone who reads this to do the same. I know only too well the time, effort and care that goes into anything creative, and it’s purely for the joy of sharing it with others who will also enjoy it.
Don’t repost, don’t follow repost blogs or reblog their posts, and don’t be one yourself. Let the creator get the credit for all their hard work and the joy of knowing it made you smile, cry, laugh, curl up and die, whatever. Just because the creator’s watermark is on there that isn’t the same as reblogging properly. There is no excuse.
Follow his orders, actor Tom Hiddleston. #theselfieissue
back to school!
"Too many books?" I believe the phrase you’re looking for is "not enough bookshelves".