So apparently Ed Sheeran is writing a song for The Fault In Our Stars and I’m just here like
I was talking to a guy I used to work with at Disneyland about how he was promoted to head costume designer and he was freaking out about his first assignment
- Him: it has to be perfect
- Me: what does?
- Him: they'll kill me if I screw up this dress
- Me: no they won't it's just a dress
- Him: yes they will I'm going to waste their money then Mickey Mouse is going to have me dropped on a deserted island far away where I'll die alone
- Me: it can't be that big a deal, are you making a parade character's dress or something?
- Him: they gave me so much money, I'm going to fuck it up. She'll look hideous
- Me: it'll be okay if you make a mistake, who's dress are you making?
- Him: *whispers* Elsa
- Me: isn't Elsa already in the park with a complete costume?
- Him: yes
- Me: then how are you doing her dress if it's done already?
- Him: her park dress is done. But she has her official, internationally televised and watched by millions coronation into the Disney royal family as a queen coming up and all the other members of the royal family will be there even the queens and all the princes and they've already booked the castle and they gave me one million dollars to design the perfect dress for Elsa as my first assignment.
- Me: oh...shit
- Him: *starts crying quietly*
There’s something so beautiful about people who are heartbroken; they think about how they’re feeling much more. I think when you’re happy and when you’re in love, you don’t need to think about it, it’s just there. Love is one of those things that is so simple, you don’t need to think about it when it’s good, you only need to think about it when it’s bad, so when music is all that you have and you’re lonely or you’re missing someone and you write a song that says exactly how you feel, there is sort of a gratification you get from that, it almost helps you move on.
joining a new fandom
“Fans are my favorite thing in the world. I’ve never been the type of artist who has that line drawn between their friends and their fans. The line’s always been really blurred for me. I’ll hang out with them after the show. I’ll hang out with them before the show. If I see them in the mall, I’ll stand there and talk to them for 10 minutes. I don’t care. Who am I to think I’m better than talking to people?”
You've got intensely falling in love and intense time going through terrible break ups. These completely opposites, these polar opposites on the emotional spectrum, they're things that we all go through. They're really difficult to go through, they're difficult to verbalize and I call them in my mind "the crazy emotions" because falling in and out of love can drive someone absolutely mad. If i had to pick one color to represent these crazy, out of control, passionate, terrible, wonderful, sad, beautiful, tragic emotions, the color I would pick San Diego, it would be red.