Every line, every word, everything

30 something member of the Tumblr Geriatric Ward. Lover of all things Klaine, Darren Criss, Chris Colfer (and their respective partners), Starkid. This blog is and always has been a Glee blog, but it might become even moreso since they'e moved to New York!! Avid Klaine fanfiction reader. You might also see The Office, Parks & Rec, and Arrested Development, among other things. appearing here.



Look, I’m going to let you guys in on a little secret. I still think Blaine Anderson is the absolute bee’s knees. 


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klaine hiatus challenge • day 32: favorite klaine riot

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I had the most amazing experience working with my author alianne. She did an incredible job writing, and really went above and beyond to make this “cinderfella story” more than I ever imagined it could be.


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Author: alianne

Being the blacksmith’s son doesn’t exactly give Kurt a lot of opportunities to put on nice clothes and dance, but then his friends sneak him into a royal ball for the prince’s 17th birthday for one night of fun. And for the first time in his life he gets to dance with a boy and flirt with a boy and just be himself - until he has to run off to get back home before his dad notices his absence. What he doesn’t know is that the boy he danced with was Prince Blaine himself, and that Blaine, who still believes Kurt to be nobility, leaves no stone unturned to find the wonderful boy he just can’t forget…

Link: read it on AO3

And go send alianne some love!

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It was with distinct pleasure and tremendous privilege that I read an advance copy of A.J. DeWall’s Forever Man, soon to be published by Interlude Press. I was an early and frequent commenter on the story that started it all, Someone Like You, by IconicKlaine, and I know I speak for so many people when I say that the original story was a game changer. It was beautifully written, lush in its descriptions of people and places, and dotted with wonderful cultural references that drew us all in. There is a reason that it is considered among the best of the best in the world of Klaine fanfiction. 

Forever Man retains the magic of the original story and reimagines it through new eyes. Ren Warner is an interior designer relegated to the desert of Santa Fe to decorate the home of a Manhattan socialite.  Cole McKnight is a record producer for the international superstar, Alegra, in town to record her latest soon-to-be smash album. Old friends for more than a decade, Ren and Cole run into one another in a Santa Fe hotel bar by chance (or is it fate?) and come face-to-face with a 14 year flirtation that may finally have reached its boiling point. Both carry with them obligations and commitments - to other people, different continents – so will this magical time in this magical city be just a brief moment, or will it represent the moment that changed everything? The community of friends and strangers that they meet in Santa Fe change their lives and ours as readers.

This story is really two love stories interwoven to create one unforgettable tale. The love between Ren and Cole is powerful; the longing that they feel for all that might have been is palpable and the sense that their union was inevitable pervades the story. The story is also a love letter to the city of Santa Fe. The imagery of the landscape, local customs and rituals, and the inclusion of actual Santa Fe locales make this book part romantic novel, part travelogue.  It has very much instilled in this reader a deep desire to visit Ren and Cole’s Santa Fe!

I cannot recommend Forever Man highly enough and cannot wait to see what else A.J. DeWall has in store!

Glee star Naya Rivera has found her happily ever after. 

The actress married actor Ryan Dorsey on July 19 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, in front of a small group of close family. 

"We feel truly blessed to be joined as husband and wife," the couple told PEOPLE exclusively. "Our special day was fated and everything we could have ever asked for." 

Dorsey, who is originally from Charleston, West Virginia, attended the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts before moving to Los Angeles, where he met Rivera four years ago. Longtime friends, they saw their relationship blossom into a romance shortly after her engagement to rapper Big Sean ended in April. 

For their nuptials, Rivera, 27, wore a Monique Lhuillier gown while Dorsey wore a Dolce & Gabbana suit. She carried a bouquet of daisies and baby’s breath and the couple exchanged Neil Lane rings. 

Now back home in L.A., the couple are excited to start their new lives as newlyweds. 

As they told PEOPLE: “True love always prevails.” 

For more exclusive photos from the couple’s surprise wedding, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday

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Anyone who makes fun of fanfiction has never read really good fanfiction.

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I think Glee is one of the great shows in television history. It touched so many hearts and brought social issues to the floor. It’s been on for over 100 episodes now and six seasons, and we want it to go out in a way that celebrates it.
Sometimes when he’s not home we sneak into his house, just to use his hot tub. I’m not even kidding.
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You’ll see I’m wearing black now; I’m very accustomed to it.

But at one point while I was helping with all the auditions, I’d worked with Ryan Murphy. He was always interested in who the person really was, not in how they interpreted his character—he wanted to change the writing to match them. And so I thought, musically, let’s do the same thing. When they’re doing a song, let’s make it so that it’s from them—they’re singing from character; vocal considerations are second. And I think that worked for Ryan; I mean, it helped him find his people.

And at one point he just turns to me and says, ‘Get used to wearing…black.’ Right? So I thought, well, the guy always looks great; he’s a fashion maven, so I may as well.

Well, the next day we’re bringing in people who are auditioning for Jenna Ushkowitz’s part, and I’m dressed head to toe black. And eventually he notices that, and he’s like, ‘Not NOW. When you’re on the SHOW.’ And I said, oh, so not at the meetings; just when—why would I be on the show?

And I thought, ‘I know why he wants me on the show; I make everyone so comfortable when they’re singing; that’s why he wants me.’ And it might be, but his first note was, ‘You hate ALL of them. You hate the teacher, you hate the students, you hate minorities, you hate women.’

So in my own little head….for me, I consider that my character has had an arc from hating everyone to grudging acceptance. Because directors come in and they have no idea that that’s the one major note that I have, and they go like, ‘You should laugh at that; you should think that’s funny.’ And I’m thinking, ‘But, but Ryan said….oh, okay,alright.’ So I consider that an arc.

Brad Ellis, telling the story about learning he was going to appear on screen as a character in Glee. Happy Hour with Ben and Alexander, UBN Radio. (via showthemwhat)

This is amazing.

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They asked Curt and Dominic about filming the klaine proposal and Dominic said he got SO emotional because it was groundbreaking and really close to his life. They said it was incredible to see Darren completely transform into Blaine and it was one of the first times when he’d really felt like he was his character. It was like seeing a friend get engaged!
We’re freaking out they loved it so much!!

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You can easily find all these ice cube trays atmost20.com/IceCubes

I want this because of reasons

Ooooooo I want these lol

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mimsyhale is my new pro home, and though that doesn’t mean that I’m leaving fandom behind (I’m in this ‘til the end, pals and gals), it also means that I’ll be splitting my time between two places.  Cater to my feeble, stretched-thin ego, won’t you?  ;)


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