xxx Guess who? Clean slate time. Inbox cleaned out. Follows purged to friends/mutuals I'm comfortable with.
60 will continue to thrive outside of the DBH fandom mainly. He is here yes but I want no part of that rpc any longer. I will no longer be following back blogs from that fandom. Who I write with here I have been writing with for the two years I have had 60. This is not his og blog. That is an archive now. I moved here to get away from the overwhelming follower count and also to fix my tags. lol Discord fucked them all up.
60's android dbh life is here but I will use his human au (main & college) as first come interaction points.
There are some plots I want to continue including stuff from my original blog. Drafts still saved over there. Other than those everything is a fresh start. uwu
Hamlet "man delights not me: no, nor woman neither" is an aro/ace king and you can't change my mind
we should have stopped making movies after lotr like everything else pales in comparison what could ever top lotr what could even compare
Oh, that this too, too sallied flesh would melt, thaw, and resolve itself into a dew, or that the Everlasting had not fixed His canon 'gainst self-slaughter! —Hamlet (1.2.129-132)
o time, thou must untangle this, not i!
Me whenever my parents ask: no I don't want gender reassignment surgery. I am comfortable and content with my sex as it relates to my gender.
Me, whenever I am on my period: you know what, let's get rid of these tubes.
the folger shakespeare website is more accessible than any website i've ever used for school just by virtue of putting up transcripts for their podcasts
i find it hilarious in the worst possible way that marlo and picard share established interests (archeology and shakespeare)
a 'hamlet' staging thought
This, I realize, is exceptionally simple and maybe a little cliché compared to some other of the delightful staging bits I've seen here, but here's what I would really like to see: In i.II., as Horatio is telling Hamlet about seeing the ghost of his father, he says, "I knew your father. These hands are not more like." This scene often gets cut or shortened (with good reason), but I think it has a lot of potential to be good. I want Horatio, making a point, to hold out his hands. I want Hamlet to take them and cling to Horatio like his life depends on it. Horatio is ultimately Hamlet's grounding force throughout the entire play, and I feel like physically introducing this early on would be incredibly helpful in silently portraying that softer, supporting side of their relationship. In fact, I want them to take that literally as far as possible- have Hamlet and Horatio holding hands outside while waiting for the Ghost. Have Horatio kiss Hamlet's hands whenever he gets the chance, and then vice versa in the "As I do thee" speech. Have Hamlet, in a pure bout of excitement, grab Horatio's hands and spin him around after Claudius is caught by the play. Have them holding hands as they walk through the graveyard in v.i., only for Hamlet to let go of Horatio's hand to do his Yorick soliloquy. Have a distraught Horatio clinging to Hamlet's hand as he relinquishes rule to Fortinbras and breathes his last. Have Horatio kiss Hamlet's cold hand as he sends his soul to sing with angels.
I suppose an appropriate pun pronunciation for ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ would be to perform the play in an accent in which nothing is said nutting.
Bill: See, Ian? It’s really simple: Forgive and Forget. Ian: ... Gabriel: Actually, I have a better one: Seek and Destroy.
"Romeo: I dreamt a dream tonight.
Mercutio: And so did I.
Romeo: Well, what was yours?
Mercutio: That dreamers often lie.
Romeo: In bed asleep while they do dream things true."
•Romeo and Juliet-William Shakespeare
If music be the food of love, play on
Benvolio: God, give me patience.
Romeo: I think you mean 'give me strength'.
Benvolio: If God gave me strength, you'd be dead.
Romeo: Awaken Juliet, you daft wench!
Romeo: *throws an entire brick through the window*
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