I’m glad I have the day off tomorrow.
Mossy Nissan is the ultimate jam of commercial jingles.
Sam sees the horrors of war and remains kind. He sees a dead Southron and wonders what his name was and if he was really evil, or if he had gotten there by falling for someone else’s lies. He battles the evil he faces and his own weaknesses with sheer force of love.
Because I haven’t said it in a while and it’s on my mind:
Sam is the hero of LOTR.
Everything starts with Sam falling through the window insisting he has to take care of Frodo. Sam is the backbone of the quest and keeps it going multiple times when Frodo can’t. He is also the one who is left behind to live with all those heavy memories, to carry on what he’s experienced in his life and community, and to memorialize the story of their journey for generations to come.
@MyRehabLie hay girl hay, welcome back ❤️
I’m really heartened to see I’m not alone in my bacon aftersmell aversion. I’m happy to report that this morning it’s dwindled down to a very faint pleasant bacony whiff. Thanks, air filter!
And remember, this is for posterity, so: be honest.
Why can I not vote in my own poll? Boooo.
(Obviously my vote is that bacon aftersmell is as vile as bacon is delicious)
your friendly neighborhood scarf witch. (she/they)
More queer, more garden.