Most actors get annoyed with the nicknames that their fans give them. Then there’s Jared Padalecki.
How to have fun with your character’s nickname without really trying!
stid: the summary (non-benedict edition)
is it just me or are all the guys on this site getting progressively more naked
*cough* now its your turn *cough*
taking off my glove flap
A glove flap good sir? How delightfully scandalous. Allow me to raise you…
a full glove.
As a society, we are fascinated by fictional psychopaths. Humankind has an ‘ongoing… fascination with tales of gruesome murders and evil villain. Popular culture abounds with depictions of the mad and the bad; and aberrant psychology has proved a fertile source of such material to the novelist and the reader alike. Perhaps no single disorder holds as much morbid cultural appeal as psychopathy.
There is no question…that readers feel empathy with and sympathy for fictional characters and other aspects of fictional worlds’, yet it is difficult to see how one can empathise and identify with a character who is himself incapable of empathy. If empathy and identification are both the goal and the reward of reading literature, then we are left with a striking ambivalence which needs to be explored.
Everything I Need to Know I Learned from The Green Brothers:
Lesson #12: Sometimes it is important to look at the big picture…
Sometimes, rarely, I will make a good joke on Twitter.
Johnny Depp giving CPR to his jack Sparrow wig.
His stunt double is having the best day