bless you I was born for this question [cracks knuckles]
- "Michael, I give you my heart." / "Gavin, you are my heart."
- "I’d hate it if anyone asks me to [be a groomsman] again, but he’s my boi. Got to do it.” / “Honestly, I would say no to most people on the planet. But Michael is my boi, so.”
- "Michael, I’m scared." "Don’t be."
- The entire hot foot x literally the entire thing spoken there
- "You’re Mogar bait." — Ryan
and my top two favorite
- "That’s one of the things about working closely with someone else; is that you get to know the person so well. I have that with Michael—like we make each other laugh a lot, but he’s also really good at translating weird British-isms and sometimes even just noises. He’ll be up to translate it to the rest of the group. That happened today in a Let’s Play where, he’s like, Ryan, this is what he meant, and I’ll be like, absolutely right.”
- “It’s gold. It’s like America and the UK, like peanut butter and chocolate. Good by themselves, excellent together.” — Gus
Ever read a fic that is so heart wrenchingly beautiful and sad that you’re just like
Gus and Burnie weren’t on the podcast today and the kids really let loose on the butt talk. I implore you to watch it when you can if you haven’t already.
if u wanna talk to me & are shy because u think ur bothering me
pls do it
i’m not cool or popular
i’m a sad lonely meme
So I work at target now and one of my favorite things to do when I hear something in the next aisle fall is to drop what I’m doing and stand at the end of that aisle like so:
THE @AH_BROWNMAN EXPOSED
This made me laugh so hard!
my mom always lets me mash the potatoes because it helps me deal with my feelings
Happy Birthday, Ray Narvaez Jr!
• Geoff, I’m going with you. You have Mogar at your side. •
"I remember Geoff telling me, we should hire this Ray guy, and I said, do you think this guy’s worth it? do you think he should come work for us? and all Geoff said was, I think that guy is going to be more popular than the rest of us in about a year.”
↳happy birthday, ray! (september 15th, 1989)