You’ve got a lot to say for the one that walked away
I give, you take
It’s the way it’s always been
Oh, how do I know if I should stay or just go?
The bottom line is this way that I’ll never know…
‘Stay With Me’ (acoustic) by You Me At Six
I had a bunch of ideas for what that song could be, but I didn’t feel it was right for me to give Ryan a song to give to Michelle. And so I gave him a challenge and let him pick out a song for her. Ryan has a great taste and the song he picked out was You and Me by Penny and the Quarters. And I thought it was just great. So I told Ryan to keep the song a secret, and never share it with Michelle until we were shooting. So they day came to shoot the scene, Ryan had the song in his back pocket, and we captured the real moment where one person gives an other person the gift of music. The gift, because it came from Ryan, was personal. Michelle was touched deeply by it. What happens on the screen is a real, living and breathing, intimate moment.
(Source: howtocatchamonster, via kendallshay)
The human body is fascinating
I keep telling people this shit in real life and they don’t believe me.
I’ve seen it from multiple sources, and this just adds another (albeit usually unreliable) source.
This is actually legit, guys. This is how your eyes move when you’re thinking about something. It’s actually a good way to tell if someone is lying or not, because they’ll look to their left (your right, durr) when they’re constructing false memories, and to their right when they’re actually remembering them.
(Source: ssscuttlebuttt, via paigevandling)
THINGS I LIKE
- when people use my name in conversation
- when people say “this reminded me of you!”
- when people remember little things i say/do
- when people genuinely thank me for things i’ve done for them
- when i think of the same thing at the same time as someone else and you give each other the look
“Segel was 19 when he was cast as Nick Andopolis, the pothead with a 29-piece drum set. John Francis Daley, only 13 at the time, was cast as Lindsay Weir’s brother, Sam, lover of Star Wars and Bill Murray movies.”
(Source: paulmcbitchface, via frknbethany)