oth meme: six episodes [3/6] » 5x18 What Comes After The Blues?
→ ”You know that romantic notion that all the garbage and the pain is really healing and beautiful and sort of poetic? It’s not. It’s just garbage and it’s pain. You know what’s better? Love. The day that you start thinking that love is overrated is the day that you’re wrong. The only thing wrong with love and faith and belief is not having it.”
Okay but you cannot tell me that Derek didn’t help Scott hang up all those light bulbs in his loft and then hand him the keys and give Scott a straight faced lecture about consent and safety and then hand him a condom.
Derek Hale is the world’s coolest older brother.
Derek Hale is a cool mom.
Derek Hale is the sort of friend who would voluntarily sexile themselves.
Don’t look at me.
The thing about being an actor is that you’re acting. It’s not that big of a deal of to play someone different from yourself.
Cameron Monaghan | James Anthony Photography
ABOU-SABE: So between Ian, Asher, and Adam, whom could you personally relate most to?
MONAGHAN: I mean, that’s always difficult because with every character you play you’re always trying to put facets of yourself into those characters. I think Asher, at the beginning of The Giver, when he’s goofy and a little bit of a rule-breaker, a little bit of a jokester, I align with him. But then he kind of transforms throughout the movie and becomes someone I don’t necessarily relate to. I relate to Adam McCormick’s sensitivity. He’s more quiet and introverted, and I definitely have those moments as well.
Called me a fuck twat, so he seems okay.
"So don’t be afraid to make mistakes, to stumble, to fall, cause most of the time the greatest rewards come from doing the things that scare you the most. Maybe you’ll get everything you wish for… Maybe you’ll get more than you ever could have imagined… Who knows where life will take you."