Imagine stabbing someone with this knife. 

It would instantly cauterize the would, so the person wouldn’t bleed, so it’s not very useful.

if you want information it is

and above, in order, we see a gryffindor, a ravenclaw, and a slytherin

why would you stab a PERSON when you can have TOAST?

There’s the hufflepuff

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So it turns out that the entire gay bar scene is an homage to an earlier musical. A sexed-up, rocked-up homage, but it’s an homage to Lauren Bacall’s show 1970 Applause nonetheless.

There are way, way, way too many similarities for it to be a coincidence She skips the cast party! Her gay assistant Duane (!) knows a place to go! Even the layout of the weirdly empty club in this filmed performance looks like the club they go to in “Opening Night.”

It’s just delightful that they threw in this deep cut musical theater reference. Nobody in their target audience is going to get it. I didn’t get it until I read the comments at the AV Club review. But someday someone who got started on musical theater with Glee is going to watch this version of Applause and go ohhhhh!

This is incredible - there is no doubt in my mind it was a reference. The moment where she is recognised is so similar (though not exactly the same) to the extent that Rachel literally says the same dialogue before the music cuts in “I’m here for the night!”

And the swinging too, love it all.

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"It is a miracle that New York works at all. The whole thing is implausible. Every time the residents brush their teeth, millions of gallons of water must be drawn from the Catskills and the hills of Westchester. When a young man in Manhattan writes a letter to his girl in Brooklyn, the love message gets blown to her through a pneumatic tube - pfft - just like that. The subterranean system of telephone cables, power lines, steam pipes, gas mains and sewer pipes is reason enough to abandon the island to the gods and the weevils. Every time an incision is made in the pavement, the noisy surgeons expose ganglia that are tangled beyond belief. By rights New York should have destroyed itself long ago, from panic or fire or rioting or failure of some vital supply line in its circulatory system or from some deep labyrinthine short circuit."

- E. B. White, in “Here is New York” (1948)

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Her background “no, nononono, no…”

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If you think that the Glee fandom is the only one that gets upset after watching an episode, just remember that in 1830 people actually started a revolution and formed a new country after an opera performance gave them too many feels.

And that’s what you missed on the history of Belgium.

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our prime minister is gay and likes bow ties you do the math

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do you ever remember season 4 and like


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"We’ll never forget the first time we saw Darren’s character Blaine sing the opening lines of the song. We were at our apartment with all of our family and friends, and in that one moment, millions of people were hearing those words … he’s one of the sweetest and most humble humans we’ve met."

- A Great Big World on Glee’s cover of “This Is The New Year”. (
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