How to create a character:

  1. mash some things together until they resemble a concept
  2. release the steering wheel
  3. ??? screaming ????
  4. rescue what you can from the scene of the accident

This is actually the most accurate description of character creation I have ever read.

(via onceuponacheesecake)

    If you repeatedly criticize someone for liking something you don’t, they won’t stop liking it. They’ll stop liking you.



wow i didnt realise how big the boosh fandom was! if you’re in it could you reblog this so i can follow you please?:)

Hi there!


(via jessdean)

I find that you and your spouse's relationship is pretty nice. But is there anything that gets on their nerves and is there anything that they do to get on your nerves?



I think that’s why our relationship is so wonderful. Variety is the spice of life, after all. That’s just part of being human, being around someone nearly 24/7 and being capable of independent thoughts/behaviors, with a healthy dose of “different backgrounds/upbringings” thrown in. 

Could you imagine if we didn’t have things that got on our nerves about each other? Constantly “Yes-Man”-ing one another? What a boring, lifeless relationship, in my opinion. If you never have things you disagree on or aren’t your cup of tea, then you might as well be married to yourself. That sounds all too unappealing to me.

As far as specifics go, I don’t have the patience or insight to know 100% of them, but I did ask!

The top things I do that get on Stiffler’s nerves are: I can be very pessimistic, I’ll pick up conversations hours after the fact, my almost religious refusal to refill ice trays, my argument style is “give me space” while theirs is “let’s dissect this right here and right now,” my staunch refusal to make decisions sometimes (i.e, what we should eat, where we should go — I’ll shut down and stare into space until an answer is provided for me), posture policing (Stiffler knows it’s for the best, esp. while bent over an art desk all day, but the usual answer is “I don’t CARE!” and slumping). 

As far as things Stiffler does that get on my nerves are: they bite their cuticles (not only is it annoying, but their fingers look cajank after), they can procrastinate so that I often have to get the ball rolling on projects/errands, they’ll be too polite with people they don’t know (i.e., spending half an hour talking to some old lady in her yard when they said they’d be home in 5 minutes), they wear sandals in the rain and they don’t organize well/are messy. 

All of this isn’t news to either of us. We just said them aloud to each other and nodded sagely. We know some of it is a battle, and some of it is just us, and we accept each other for all of those things, whether or not they change. We love each other and that comes with a variety of love — loving the silly little flaws is sometimes the best part.