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This was DiCaprio’s first major role, and everyone was shocked at the red carpet to discover that he was just acting as a child with a mental illness, that he didn’t actually have one.  Which begs the question, WHERE THE FUCK IS HIS OSCAR.

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quiteyant:

I saw this guy three times within 30 minutes, in three different places.
The first time I saw this guy was in the exhibition building. The writing on his grey sweater caught me first.
The second time I saw this guy was when we were walking to the bus stop, and he had a Sainsbury’s shopping bag in his hand. The writing on his grey sweater caught me again, and I recalled the first time I saw it to my sister.
The third time I saw this guy was when I was in the bus on my way home, and he was walking by the pedestrian with that Sainsbury’s bag in his hand. The writing on his grey sweater caught me first.
To be frank, universe, if this is a hint, I am certainly uncertain on what this means.
 So, I’ll just draw it, for now.

quiteyant:

I saw this guy three times within 30 minutes, in three different places.

The first time I saw this guy was in the exhibition building. The writing on his grey sweater caught me first.

The second time I saw this guy was when we were walking to the bus stop, and he had a Sainsbury’s shopping bag in his hand. The writing on his grey sweater caught me again, and I recalled the first time I saw it to my sister.

The third time I saw this guy was when I was in the bus on my way home, and he was walking by the pedestrian with that Sainsbury’s bag in his hand. The writing on his grey sweater caught me first.

To be frank, universe, if this is a hint, I am certainly uncertain on what this means.


So, I’ll just draw it, for now.

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Skylight | 09.07.2014

This has been an oddly trying-to-keep-it-casual kind of day.

'Skylight' was (surprisingly) not the dark-comedy play I expected to see (which was nice to watch a light-comedy drama genre again on stage). But what made me go out and queue this time round was more on how I anticipated the three-cast performances on stage rather than the storyline.

First, I am a great, great fan of Carey Mulligan’s works since ‘An Education’. I adore her grace, her talent, and that smirk smile of hers since. The first time I saw her gigantic poster displayed on Wyndham’s Theatre, I knew I had to go for this. Second, who doesn’t love Bill Nighy’s quirks. These two have set up quite high stakes for our expectations. THIRD, is the third character in the play, Edward, performed by Matthew Beard. Matthew hardly plays a lead role in his previous works, but the first time I saw him was with Carey Mulligan in ‘An Education’. I liked his awkward character’s acting since then, and he reminded me of Andrew Garfield in his early works. I have no doubt the boy’s gonna head far in his career.

The storyline didn’t have any new characteristics, but how they set themselves on stage was amazing to watch. Each of them.

Before the play started, Jude Law casually just start standing by the stalls, chatting to supposedly the director or the producer, just talking with a drink on his hand. His casual Wednesday night, I suppose.

The night ended with us watching Bill Nighy walking casually through Leicester Square.

To add a bit more to the casual topping, I had my very last meeting with my supervisor for my dissertation earlier today. We wrapped up the meeting talking about the elections. Which was surprising at first, yet encouraging. It seems that I have the dotted connections to link up in between. All for a step closer to heading home.

And this wrapped it all up.

This, by far, was the kindest stage-door experience I have encountered. The security briefed us the whole procedure and guaranteed our chances if the cast do greet fans at the stage door.

Matthew Beard came out first, which no one seem to get over-excited until I squealed and called him. Took my chance to compliment him and mentioned ‘An Education’ and he recalled how old the film was. Dude, it’s only been four years. You just grew taller. Which made me got way too excited when I asked for a picture. And he squatted.

Bill Nighy was seriously, very casual and took his time with everyone, in-between his quirkiness. I have that Christmas hit single from ‘Love Actually’ stuck in my head now.

And Carey Mulligan came out last, following Bill Nighy. Carey. Mulligan. I got to talk with her a bit and she was as sweet and adorable and my-god-so-gracious when she greeted us.

And then, I just couldn’t stop squealing.


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laissezferre:

quite possibly the most aggressive reaction to marius’s declaration of love. even “to be free” couldn’t have delivered a harsher blow.

*falls over laughing* goddamn, Enjolras.

Enjolras has had it up to here with your lonely soul.

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Before we all dispersed into a scatter of people finding their way back to reality, Chris Martin told us his dedication of ‘Fix You’ to a boy named Johnny, who is surviving through his long-term illness. Chris said that Johnny would say, “Live everyday as if it’s your last.” And for him to hear that from a boy who has gone through so much has given them strength.

I realised, from last night, that, “Live everyday as if it’s a Coldplay song.” Whether you feel it, you imagine it, you experience it. Whether you’re just listening, or watching through clips. If the chills and goosebumps caught you, then that’s the sign. If nothing’s holding you up from running or dancing maniacally, it’s there.

How Charlie said, “This one moment when you know you’re not a sad story. You are alive.”

And I will dance my way to my deathbed, and I will continue to do so in the afterlife.

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Coldplay, Ghost Stories Tour. Live at The Royal Albert Hall | 02.07.2014

I was just about fourteen years old when I was introduced to Coldplay from Vitri. I remember the endless times I watched their music videos on TV because she would leave them on. And boy, did she lure the whole family to liking Coldplay. My most vivid memory of getting to know them is when I was falling for ‘Don’t Panic’.

Our comeback to London hasn’t brought us the right opportunity to watch a concert from any bands or artists. But after counting on the hopes of constantly typing cmd+R early last month, we didn’t realise we were gonna make it to Royal Albert Hall tonight.

I didn’t have much expectations, but this was beyond what I thought.
The fact that they performed ‘Don’t Panic’ and ‘Til Kingdom Come’ was emotionally heart-gripping, and made tonight beyond overwhelming.

Royal Albert Hall exploded tonight.

And to share this with thousands of people singing in one voice, dancing to the same beat, and raising our hands while jumping in sync was an incredible experience to be part of.

This was the release of all-galau-stress-mellow-excitement-ness that we needed.

But what made it most memorable is to be able to watch and accompany Vitri tonight, screaming her heart out. To be able to spend this night with her made it more worthwhile.

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