okay who the fuck sent that
… Hm, hard question. I don’t… really dislike any form of storytelling; how could I!? The ability to tell stories is basically what separates us from all other species. Even terrible audiobook recordings of campy Shakespearean actors reciting plays have their worth. So, while I can’t really say I have a least favorite story telling medium… If we’re talking about style…
Modern-dress Shakespeare Plays. GOD, they’re more prevalent than Shakespeare plays set in their designated time period now. I’ve seen a couple that have been okay and kind of worked, but goddamn it, if you want to set Romeo and Juliet in 1950’s young-gang New York, write Westside Story, don’t just fucking set the play there. You can’t have people talking about swords and shit in a period when swords had been replaced by guns for like a billion years. You never see people set Oklahoma in Detroit. You know why? BECAUSE IT SAYS FUCKING OKLAHOMA. THAT’S WHERE THE PLAY TAKES PLACE. But when it comes to Shakespeare, people somehow think it’s totally fine. “What? Macbeth specifically mentions that it takes place in Scottland? Whatever, Macbeth reminds me of Hitler, so I’m going to set it in 1940’s Germany.” FUCK.
… That and the Scarlet Letter.
That book is the worst.
Let’s play ‘Tumblr 20 Questions’. The next 20 questions I get, I’ll answer honestly.
the resteraunt 1what if the great khans are the great khans because when they crawled out of their vault, the first place they found was the ruins of an old GREAT KHAN’S fast food joint …
I should be writing an essay… I know I’m going to end up making graphics…
The only question is, Gajeel graphics? Or Great Khan graphics?
thin privilege is being able to slip between cracks to escape from predators