WHO SCARED THIS ADORABLE PIECE OF FLUFF
fun fact about bunnies!!!!!! this bun isn’t scared, it’s happy! when bunnies jump into the air and twist their bodies around, that’s called a binky, which is one of the ways they play around and have fun!
Next time I want to play around and have fun, I will bink. It looks awesome.
I am Nyssa. Daughter of Ra’s al Ghul.
(on coming on to a successful show three seasons in) It’s really exciting because you already know it’s a big show and everybody loves it. Everybody already knows what’s happening. But it’s also really intimidating and scary at the same time, because it is a show that does so well, there are a lot of expectations. You have to be up to par with everybody else.
This body has been a hell of a lot of fun - Celeste DuBois
longlivelongbottom asked: I've never watched tvd but I saw your post about all the horrible things Damon has done and was wondering if the show portrayes him as a hero or a villian?
Tricky question. On one hand, Damon is often called out on his psychopathic behavior - or at least he used to be in the early seasons. On the other, the show keeps rewarding him in spite of the fact that he never changes. He is still the same person he used to be back in season 1 - he murders people, lashes out when he is hurt and doesn’t care about anyone else than the woman he’s obsessed with. So in my eyes, it seems like the writers are consistently characterizing Damon as a villain, yet - at the same time - they want him to appear heroic/tragic/worth our sympathy. They try to make us feel bad for him by feeding us crappy sob stories about his past and blaming other people for his behavior. Occasionally, they even attempt to portray him as some kind of anti-hero. However, since Damon still acts like a complete and utter psychopath (in season 5 we learn that he has been killing people in secret while claiming to be “reformed”), I find these attempts at painting him as a tragic character utterly ridiculous. A lot of other fans buy into it, though.