May 23, 2013 at 10:18pm
we’re not in love with Jeff we just know that if we can have him then it means we’ll never be lonely. We’re not in love with him, but the idea of love
— Annie or that time I wanted to hug her because she realized she was romanticizing Jeff (via neverromanticize)
Is anybody interested in co-owning this blog with me
If you are, inbox me and I’ll see if you’re who I’m looking for
Presenting your first look at James Brolin as William Winger — a.k.a. Jeff’s deadbeat dad.
“No! You relax, Jeff! Or are you scared that if you do, my pen will fall out?!”
I’m still not over the fact that if the rest of the group hadn’t interrupted them they would have had angry sex
Alison Brie’s freestyle rap on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (x)
(Source: ramrambolton, via fuckloadofquiche)
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Community Clip (x)
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By far the greatest moment on Community
Britta: Gary is off the table. He's a buzzkill.
Shirley: HE GREW UP IN A LAND WITHOUT SUN
Okay, if I could just take this time to share a few words of sarcasm with whoever it is that took this pen.
Some stories are meticulously plotted, with predetermined character arcs and clues revealed at the proper time to lead to a satisfying resolution. But real life is not so simple, nor are many television shows or ongoing comic series. They are messy, complicated things, where often the safest course of action is to just be a fly on the wall and observe. Still, some flies are too cool for the wall.
— Abed Nadir (via andtomorrowmaybeillbeyours)
Guys like me will tell you there’s no right or wrong, there’s no real truths. And as long as we all believe that, guys like me can never lose. Because the truth is, I’m lying when I say there is no truth. The truth is- the pathetically, stupidly, inconveniently obvious truth is- helping only ourselves is bad and helping each other is good. Now, I just wanted to get out of here, pass Biology, and be a lawyer again instead of helping Shirley- that was bad. And my former colleague wanted so badly to keep his rich client that he just asked me to roll over in exchange for my old job. So, I guess we all walked in here pretty bad, but now… Shirley’s gone good. Shirley’s helping me. It’s that easy. You just stop thinking about what’s good for you and start thinking about what’s good for someone else.
— Jeff Winger (via community-thing)
Community revisited: 2x15 Early 21st century romance
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