I'm Krysta. Lol sorry for the late reply I hadn't checked my tag /slapped. Well, anyways, hello Puppyrina xD
Ahahah, it’s all good, I’ve been terribly inactive lately. Hi Krysta, very nice to meet you (:
Andy Samberg: Remember the time in 5th grade when you accidentally said, “I don’t shut up, I grow up, and when I look in the mirror, I throw up” and Ilan and I laughed so hard?Chelsea Peretti: Yes. I was trying to flip it and be like, “When you look in the mirror you throw up,” but I failed really bad. That’s the day I learned to always draw within the lines and think inside the box.
[Mary] was intelligent, impulsive and harsh. And stubborn and a little bit arrogant.
“We all get stuck. We all lose ourselves a little bit in a fantasy or in our jobs and forget how we feel about other things. It’s really important to check yourself, to spend some time alone.”
Someone Write This, Please: Hospital AU
A pair of sleepless souls. One, Auguste Enjolras, a prominent figure in one France’s most radical political parties, doing everything he can to overthrow some of the country’s age-old institutions. The other, Dr. Eponine Thenardier, a rare success story of the slums, is gaining a reputation of becoming one of the most fearless trauma physicians with an intuition that could only be explained by a childhood in the eye of a storm.
It is supposed to be another demonstration, another flexing of the arms from one party to another. And it was supposed to be her easy day—perhaps, she would have even finally asked the new doctor, Marius Pontmercy, to join her for her coffee break. Or, perhaps, it is another day competing with her closest friend and rival, Dr. Daniel Combeferre.
When shots fire at the demonstration, an uprising occurs as the young politician is rushed to the emergency room. Dr. Combeferre looks in horror at the victim, a man he had known since his earliest childhood. “He is, in many ways, my brother, Eponine,” he explains to her, gesturing at the corresponding set of tattoos the two men bear on their forearms. And she agrees to take care of his friend, because never has she known a more genuine man than Combeferre, none less-deserving of the pain of seeing a brother suffer.
She figures she’ll ask Marius on another day, without the knowledge that he may have just found the love of his life in a waiting room. For now, she’s stuck with a furious, hostile politician. God, the things she does for Combeferre.
| Aaron Tveit as Auguste Enjolras | Odette Annable as Eponine Thenardier | Jesse Spencer as Daniel Combeferre | Zach Gilford as Marius Pontmercy | Amanda Seyfried as Cosette Fauchelevent |
Thanks so so so much for writing Don’t Mess with the Surgeon! When I made the photoset, I knew it would be such a thrilling story but I knew there was no way I could do justice to the fast pace and the cleverness that such a plot would require. I’m so glad you picked it up and I’m so glad you completed it, thank you SO much for your time. You are a brilliant, talented writer and you deserve all the appreciation. This is everything I wanted and more.
"You can’t explain it until you see it, you can’t explain how funny it is. But it was, oh my gosh, it was brilliant and so different… I’ve never seen anything like that. […] I was laughing probably a bit too loud."
Samantha Barks at the Urinetown Press Night