Jessica Parker Kennedy as Cosette
Zoe Kravitz as Éponine
Anna Popplewell as Musichetta
holy fancy hell! My god idk what you should do, people round here barely know what a tablet is in elkjøp and dude all i can think of is have you tried gaffateip? (wiser words never spoken from a dramaelev before)
I think it’s the part that goes into the tablet that’s broken. Ah… or maybe just the cord itself. I just… I don’t know. -cries in a corner- In any case, I can’t draw. :C
lesbianmisunderstood said:That thing you charge PSP3 and/or Nintendo DS’s with is like the same thing if you have a tablet with removable chord!! (Redda livet mitt!)
It’s a Wacom Intuos 3 and it doesn’t have a removable cord ;n; it’s stuck in there. -curls up and sobs violently-
the USB wire on my tablet broke and now I can’t draw ;n;…
someone gimme monies to fix it pls
can we talk about hugh skinner’s skills from his CV
[the greatest curse is not to lose the one you love ; but to never have been loved at all]
[ she was never mine to lose ]
the only reason y’all hate jennifer lawrence is because there’s a convenient little list of everything bad she’s said floating around the internet and you read it and decided yes she’s a horrible person. what if someone compiled a list of everything stupid and ignorant you’ve ever said and done and sent it to everyone they know. are you a bad person? probably not. are you gonna seem like one? probably
What I see when people draw and describe Enjolras with long curly hair.
There’s one thing I don’t get about the fanon interpretation of Les Misérables. Specifically concerning the racial diversity of the women.
Alright get this… this fandom’s general headcanons:
Cosette, the light of the future, representing hope. Main character blabla, you know who she is: Blonde. Blue-eyed. White.
Éponine, the dark yet interesting, arguably the most sympathetic character in the book - main character: Brunette. Brown-eyed. White.
Then you have Musichetta. I can only use my interpretation of the text, of course, but from what I understand she was vain and a little proud. She wore better clothes than her shop owner parents probably could afford, and she was said to be stern. (y/n?) She is only mentioned twice in the book, and interestingly is the only character stated to be white.
And yet, she is the one this fandom chooses to represent women of color. Musichetta, arguably the least interesting and sympathetic woman in the book. And what does the fandom do? It makes her into a sassy black woman, or a sassy latina woman and dares to call it diversity.
That’s not representation.
That’s a caricature.