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Title: Everybody
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Just wait for it.



Clint Barton disguised as Jeremy Renner in Comic-Con: A Summary

  • i do not like my job. of course i have my days in which is bearable. but i cannot deal with my boss. she doesn’t like me and it’s mutual. but when you have to work with a person that barely talks to you when you’re alone and keeps using a tone when constantly telling you everything is wrong, you can’t really do it. it becomes hard to do your job well when everyone seems to be getting along just fine and you’re just standing there, hearing the laughs from the storage room. don’t get me wrong, i’m not antisocial, but i have been mistaken as nosy for trying to fit in, so i just don’t try: because it becomes easily missunderstood. it hurts even more when someone hears a playful phone conversation with your mom and (in front of you) talks about it out of context. it becomes actually impossible to work when you wake up one day with your mom screaming to call the doctor cause she’s not ok and when you call work and notify you won’t be going she says: well come after 6, then. worst part? it’s the only job i can aspire to. it’s the only job that called.
  • i’m terrified of losing my friends. i’m not seeing them enough anymore. i work a minimum of eight hours a day and when i get home i just wanna eat, bathe and spend time with my family. i felt terrible on friends day: we all got together and i had to leave early cause i had to get up at 7.30 (on a sunday!) to go to work so everybody ended up leaving early too. last weekend they got together and i had a ten hour shift and had to get up at 7.30 (again on a sunday!) so i didn’t go.
  • i’m not seeing my family long enough. eight hour days, leaving an hour and a half early for bus schedule and getting home an hour later because of the same and i get to spend two, maybe three hours with them (counting the hours i sleep. don’t even get me started on how i’m tired all the time)
  • i started talking to this guy and i ended up really liking him. we talked almost everyday until like 2am about anything and everything. the guy talked to me once at 8am just cause he saw me online. he used to read my facebook posts and ask if i was ok. for christ sake, we talked about everything. we had date plans to go to the movies. i think we were gonna go on a wednesday. he talked to me the monday before after three days of not talking to me (and three days before that when he was distant) and said: “hey, i’ve been caught up with some things lately that don’t really put me in the mood for anything. sorry to do this, i know i was the one who asked you out in the first place, cuss me if you want, i deserve it”. and that was it. i talked to him two weeks ago and said: “hey, it’s been awhile since we last spoke” and a random meaningless conversation happened. which i took over, cause if it wasn’t for me he wouldn’t even have talked. and that was it. he left me here liking him and i still don’t know what happened.
  • so i don’t like my job, i’m not seeing my friends and the guy i like ditched me. i don’t know what to do to change anything. i don’t know what to do. i never wanted to do something important, but i at least want to like what i do. maybe it’s me. maybe it’s expectations. maybe it’s all just shit. i’m just so tired of everything.

the gang marries their costars 

Kaitlin Olson (Dee) and Rob McElhenney (Mac)
Jill Latiano (Caylee) and Glenn Howerton (Dennis)
Mary Elizabeth Ellis (The Waitress) and Charlie Day (Charlie)


It takes two to tango…

The Dance: Mr. Brightside


The most heartbreaking line in all of science-fiction-musical fandom.