Favorite People » Megan Hilty

❞ It seems so harsh these days, especially with the anonymity of the Internet. Everything strays so negative so quickly. I look at my Twitter feed sometimes, and there’s just people tearing apart other performers. It seems so counterproductive to what we’re all trying to do. I don’t know. I rarely see people celebrating other people. So that’s disheartening. But it’s everywhere. It’s in everything. It’s so much easier to complain about something than celebrate it. I’ve kind of taken a vow — if I don’t have anything nice to say, I’m not going to tweet about it at all. I can save my opinions. Everybody’s entitled to their opinions, but I don’t understand why we have to saturate social media with all the negative stuff.”

beauxbatons:

one time in broadway’s lion king the actor playing simba was sick and so were his understudies so they literally called the lead in aida a few blocks away who played simba to come and fill in even though he hadnt played simba in YEARS and he did and the audience never knew and theatre is incredible

doyouwannabuildasnowman:

introspection-luck-and-talent:

Gentleman’s Guide’s social media is golden.

Seriously

(Source: ryrybroadway)

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chesweee:

bakaforsenpai:

delicious-food-porn:

littleplasticmonster:

morbidamusement:

cupofcarrots:

brolarosa:

chocolate

CHOCOLATE

Did someone say… chocolate?

WHY IS THERE NO RECIPE SOURCE 

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  1. Oreo mousse
  2. Peanut butter cup brownies
  3. Ice cream ball fondue
  4. Peanut butter oreo cupcakes
  5. Brooklyn blackout cake
  6. Pomegranate and chocolate dessert

You’re welcome ~

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I just want to sit and eat