HANDS DOWN THE BEST SCENE OF ANY TV SHOW EVER
when boys stretch and their shirt lifts up and u see the tummy AND THE HAPPY TRAIL AND BOXERS
we know its happening
it makes us feel cute
please feel cute
This is my favourite gif version of it
People will stop showing you pictures of their kids if you whisper “oh fuck yea” under your breath when you look at their photos.
not trying to start an argument but do imagine dragons only have one song
i know people that paid like $80 for an imagine dragons concert and they had a 55 minutes setlist
did they play radioactive really slowly
Let’s say you’ve swallowed a bad thing and now it’s got its hands inside you. […] Let’s say you’re still completely in the dark but we love you anyway. We love you. We really do.
We’re Sick Like Animals | Kurt and Blaine are products of The Blackout, a modern day zombie apocalypse. They have since been given an antidote to regain human feeling and a second chance at life. This is their journey in finding each other in a post-apocalyptic world with nothing to cling to except each other. (Zombie!Klaine)
A/N: If enough people respond well with this, I *might* turn this into a verse. As a reference, all prior canon events - including the engagement - have taken place from within this universe, and as a timeline, this takes place about a year and a half after 5.01.
Please bear in mind this was also written pretty late and is unbeta’d… so be kind! :)
For weeks, Blaine doesn’t know his own name, where he is, or how he made it out of the darkness, but he knows he’s alive.
Being alive. For now that’s enough.
He doesn’t remember much from before. Doesn’t remember anything from The Blackout. His past is a hodgepodge of events and faces and people, some of whom must be his family or friends or… more. God, there has to be more.
He doesn’t remember the day he got bit, doesn’t remember the lives he cannibalized and the skulls he cracked. He doesn’t remember the needle shot through his veins or the team of doctors looming over his tranquilized body to keep him from attacking.
Blaine doesn’t have a name when he’s brought in. He’s given a number and a bed and an IV. He’s lucky to have that.