otp question meme

commander-cullywully:

send me a pairing & a number, then I’ll tell you:

  1. Who is the most affectionate?
  2. Big spoon/Little spoon?
  3. Most common argument?
  4. Favorite non-sexual activity?
  5. Who is most likely to carry the other?
  6. What is their favorite feature of their partner’s?
  7. What’s the first thing that changes when they realize they have feelings for the other?
  8. Nicknames? & if so, how did they originate?
  9. Who worries the most?
  10. Who remembers what the other one always orders at a restaurant?
  11. Who tops?
  12. Who initiates kisses?
  13. Who reaches for the other’s hand first?
  14. Who kisses the hardest?
  15. Who wakes up first?
  16. Who wants to stay in bed just a little longer?
  17. Who says I love you first?
  18. Who leaves little notes in the other’s one lunch? (Bonus: what does it usually say?)
  19. Who tells their family/friends about their relationship first?
  20. What do their family/friends think of their relationship?
  21. Who is more likely to start dancing with the other?
  22. Who cooks more/who is better at cooking?
  23. Who comes up with cheesy pick up lines?
  24. Who whispers inappropriate things in the other’s ear during inappropriate times?
  25. Who needs more assurance?
  26. What would be their theme song?
  27. Who would sing to their child back to sleep?
  28. What do they do when they’re away from each other?
  29. one headcanon about this OTP that breaks your heart
  30. one headcanon about this OTP that mends it

notquitelostnotquitefound:

bluepeets:

helenmurdock-prep:

For all you Broadway musical fans– lyrics from “Les Miserables.”

I think this is from the novel; it’s certainly not in the show.

And wow. This is a reverse situation I’ve never encountered.

It’s from the chapter where Les Amis are introduced (vol. 3, book 4, chapter 1):

D’autres groupes d’esprits étaient plus sérieux. Là on sondait le principe; là on s’attachait au droit. On se passionnait pour l’absolu, on entrevoyait les réalisations infinies; l’absolu, par sa rigidité même, pousse les esprits vers l’azur et les fait flotter dans l’illimité. Rien n’est tel que le dogme pour enfanter le rêve. Et rien n’est tel que le rêve pour engendrer l’avenir. Utopie aujourd’hui, chair et os demain.

Fahnestock/MacAfee translation:

Other groups of thinkers were more serious. Here they fathomed principle; there they attached themselves to right. They longed for the absolute, they glimpsed the infinite realizations; by its very rigidity, the absolute pushes the mind toward the boundless and sets it afloat in the limitless. There is nothing like dogma to produce the dream. There is nothing like dream to create the future. Utopia today, flesh and blood tomorrow.

Other translations of that sentence:

Hapgood: “And there is nothing like dreams for engendering the future.”

Wraxall: “And nothing like a dream to engender the future.”

Denny: “And nothing excels dreaming as a begetter of the future.”

Rose: “There is nothing like dreams to generate the future.”

Donougher: “And nothing like dreams for generating the future.”

https://www.tumblr.com/audio_file/eirenical/144020014762/tumblr_o2htdtMSwj1stedos?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

smolfeuilly:

broadwayreprise:

Aaron Tveit singing ‘Out There’ from The Hunchback of Notre Dame from the Defying Gravity: Songs of Stephen Schwartz concert, Sydney Australia.

@versaillesfancies in case you want to cry with me rn