harry potter and the crazy ass rock
harry potter and the hogwarts basement
harry potter and the guy who went to jail
harry potter and the big ass fire cup
harry potter and the secret club no one can know about
harry potter and the vandalized textbook
harry potter and the triangle circle stick
What the fuck does this have to do with anything?
Fucking hipsters, oh my God.
FUCKING ORANGE JUICE, MAN
LUV ME SUM ORANGE JUICE
No don’t you understand? It’s contrasting the oldness of the house with the freshness of the orange juice. The house stands tall and rickety, with so many memories and ghosts. In front of it we have the orange juice, commonly seen as a “fresh” beverage and clearly just bought from the supermarket. Yet at the same time, some of the orange juice is gone. This is a reminder that all things come to an end at some point, and that even though the juice is new and refreshing now, it may never last as long as the house.
It’s a comment on man’s mortality.
One of the things that surprised me first time I watched the reboot of Star Trek was the deep heartache I felt for Spock Prime. Seriously, the movie’s shinny and the new crew are crazy pretty, but every time the movie ends, my thoughts linger on Prime. (this is by far the most depressing graph I have ever created.)
- Years lived (so far): 157
- Years knowing Jim: 28
- Years trying to forget Jim: 3
- Years spent as Space Husbands: 20
- Years spent alone, carrying a holographic message of Jim on a pendant around his neck: 94
I am not crying…
Reblogging this because it arrived in my askbox in response to my question about what makes us so sad about Spock Prime. I mentioned this in a roundabout way when I was writing but seeing it in a graph like that really drives it home that he really didn’t know Jim all that long during the course of his extremely long life.
;~; my heart
ALL MY CREYS