I’m laughing until I cry at this gif someone please help me its 4 am
THIS IS NOT THE ADVENTURE FINN WANTED
The full version of the filmed 1986 original cast production of Stephen Sondheim’s Sunday in the Park with George.
I’M CRYING HELP
I lost my shit at Creamette.
"One Day S’more"
YOU BROUGHT THIS ON YOURSELF
This got even funnier when I realized that to shoot it, essentially someone had to hurl a massive rat puppet at Cary Elwes.
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by John McKenna
I have often read the sparking souls of rare, bold men.
They have fed me pointed words
running red with blood
and thunder, staining
everything I’ve said, everything
I have. Often read the sparking souls of dead old men,
their flaming, spitting thoughts.
When your tightened lungs are stirred
fill your throat with coughing birds,
put your thought into an overwrought mouth as
I have, often. Read the sparking souls of dead old men,
the trolls in their cluttered dens
surrounded by the scrimshaw bones
of ravished brides, of wasted wives.
Soapbox words scrawled across the same bodies
I have often bled the hearkening souls of. Dead old men
have led the red, hungry eyes
of Rottweiler boys
for years as they tramped through
foyers,foam dressing their blackened lips.
We have often fed the snarling souls of dead, cold men,
gone to bed with hot coal men
with lead in their veins.
Their words are a well
the world knows too well.
Too often have I read the sparking souls of red-coal men.
You must have fallen from the sky
You must have come here in the pouring rain
THE HUMANS DO IT ALL THE TIME, IT MEANS YOU’RE A GOOD BOY
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What even was this show
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