I love scenes like these, when we get to see the visceral reality of a hunter’s daily life.
favourite scene ever simply because it makes it all so much more believable
Bioluminescent plankton in Thulusdhoo, Maldives.
He wants Fall Out Boy to be “a culture. You’re going to eat, sleep
and breathe it. I want it to be a way you think about the world.”
- Pete Wentz (Rolling Stone, 2006)
#’we’ve discussed it’ #can’t you just imagine them sitting on Louis’ bed #sweets wrappers surrounding them all the way down to their toes #that just happen to be touching #the other boys are downstairs in the kitchen making food with Cher and Aiden #so they’re nowhere to be seen #and Harry and Louis have been talking about a whole lot of nothing for the past 40 minutes #until it just kind of goes quiet #and Louis leans into kiss Harry for what feels like the 100th time #(it probably is) #but they’ve never really discussed what this is that they’re doing #because that would make it real and it still doesn’t feel that way #and when they finally break apart harry falls back to look at the ceiling #and he just has to say #’I think I’m crushing on you’ #and Louis hits his leg and laughs before saying #’well duh #’ and then he falls back to lie next to harry and with the most quietest and serious voice #he says ‘but it is mutual.’ (tomlustin)