avataryesplease:

OH MY GOD ANONS.

WHY ARE YOU DOING THIS TO ME?

I DON’T KNOW HOW MANY THERE ARE BUT THERE ARE SIGNIFICANT THINGS INVOLVED HERE!

TALK TO ME IT’S NOT AS IF I’M GOING TO STAB YOU PLEASE TELL ME.


Help me find the person! Signal boost!

avataryesplease:

Hey guys, can you help me find a person I met at Supernova in Sydney?

He was dressed as the 4th Doctor but sometime through the day he changed to the 11th because he bought a fez and bow-tie, and he had a sonic screwdriver. And when he first came out of the train station he was with two others and I went up and asked each of them for a hug and I got one and they all go to UNSW and said I should also go to UNSW because they started a Doctor Who club.

Can you please help me find the person?


(via avatar-style)


avataryesplease:

The Language of Love

Written and played by (my friend) Kim Ho, this monologue is a beautiful story of a boy coming to terms with homosexuality. It explores the idea that love does not follow sexuality, but that sexuality follows love, and does so in such a powerful and beautiful way.  It manages to show how while coming to terms with homosexuality is difficult, confusing and confronting, and while friends may unintentionally make it harder than it already us, life goes on.

It is truly a magnificent piece, brilliantly written and acted with some amazing cinematic techniques, this short film must be seen.

Directed by Laura Scrivano and written/acted by Kim Ho. More information here.


avataryesplease:

mrgreeneyes:

territorialcreep:

avataryesplease:

avataryesplease:

The Language of Love

Written and played by (my friend) Kim Ho, this monologue is a beautiful story of a boy coming to terms with homosexuality. It explores the idea that love does not follow sexuality, but that sexuality follows love, and does so in such a powerful and beautiful way.  It manages to show how while coming to terms with homosexuality is difficult, confusing and confronting, and while friends may unintentionally make it harder than it already us, life goes on.

It is truly a magnificent piece, brilliantly written and acted with some amazing cinematic techniques, this short film must be seen.

Directed by Laura Scrivano and written/acted by Kim Ho. More information here.

I will not rest until this post is Tumblr famous.

This is magnificent 

Absolute brilliance.

Guys, seriously. This should be Tumblr famous because it’s so flawless. 

(via avatar-style)


avataryesplease:

The Language of Love

Written and played by (my friend) Kim Ho, this monologue is a beautiful story of a boy coming to terms with homosexuality. It explores the idea that love does not follow sexuality, but that sexuality follows love, and does so in such a powerful and beautiful way.  It manages to show how while coming to terms with homosexuality is difficult, confusing and confronting, and while friends may unintentionally make it harder than it already us, life goes on.

It is truly a magnificent piece, brilliantly written and acted with some amazing cinematic techniques, this short film must be seen.

Directed by Laura Scrivano and written/acted by Kim Ho. More information here.


avataryesplease:

mrgreeneyes:

territorialcreep:

avataryesplease:

avataryesplease:

The Language of Love

Written and played by (my friend) Kim Ho, this monologue is a beautiful story of a boy coming to terms with homosexuality. It explores the idea that love does not follow sexuality, but that sexuality follows love, and does so in such a powerful and beautiful way.  It manages to show how while coming to terms with homosexuality is difficult, confusing and confronting, and while friends may unintentionally make it harder than it already us, life goes on.

It is truly a magnificent piece, brilliantly written and acted with some amazing cinematic techniques, this short film must be seen.

Directed by Laura Scrivano and written/acted by Kim Ho. More information here.

I will not rest until this post is Tumblr famous.

This is magnificent 

Absolute brilliance.

Guys, seriously. This should be Tumblr famous because it’s so flawless. 

(via avatar-style)


avataryesplease:

The Language of Love

Written and played by (my friend) Kim Ho, this monologue is a beautiful story of a boy coming to terms with homosexuality. It explores the idea that love does not follow sexuality, but that sexuality follows love, and does so in such a powerful and beautiful way.  It manages to show how while coming to terms with homosexuality is difficult, confusing and confronting, and while friends may unintentionally make it harder than it already us, life goes on.

It is truly a magnificent piece, brilliantly written and acted with some amazing cinematic techniques, this short film must be seen.

Directed by Laura Scrivano and written/acted by Kim Ho. More information here.


avataryesplease:

The Language of Love

Written and played by (my friend) Kim Ho, this monologue is a beautiful story of a boy coming to terms with homosexuality. It explores the idea that love does not follow sexuality, but that sexuality follows love, and does so in such a powerful and beautiful way.  It manages to show how while coming to terms with homosexuality is difficult, confusing and confronting, and while friends may unintentionally make it harder than it already us, life goes on.

It is truly a magnificent piece, brilliantly written and acted with some amazing cinematic techniques, this short film must be seen.

Directed by Laura Scrivano and written/acted by Kim Ho. More information here.

And reminder.


avataryesplease:

The Language of Love

Written and played by (my friend) Kim Ho, this monologue is a beautiful story of a boy coming to terms with homosexuality. It explores the idea that love does not follow sexuality, but that sexuality follows love, and does so in such a powerful and beautiful way.  It manages to show how while coming to terms with homosexuality is difficult, confusing and confronting, and while friends may unintentionally make it harder than it already us, life goes on.

It is truly a magnificent piece, brilliantly written and acted with some amazing cinematic techniques, this short film must be seen.

Directed by Laura Scrivano and written/acted by Kim Ho. More information here.