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Help Kings Make a Decision!

Do I go with the Daryl dress and flatter Norman for a day?

Or do I go with the sassy vintage secretary and give Sebastian “Bucky” Stan a day in the spotlight?

HELP ME, TUMBLR, YOU’RE MY ONLY HOPE!

Ffffuuuuuuuucccckkkkk….!

I was having misgivings about spending $98+shipping on this dress and doing a whole Daryl Dixon-themed ensemble and was briefly deterred by Messire Stan and not wanting to seem too exclusive-to-one-guest, but my dash has reminded me that I’m excited for NORMAN and he deserves a cute memory in the form of a cute girl in a squirrely dress.

So, I guess I’m spending $98+shipping on a squirrely print dress, plus two Daryl figures for their crossbows, which will become earrings, a bandana to wrap around my hair, and some cute shoes. All so I can have my fifteen minutes of happy with that gorgeous, gorgeous man.

The shit we fangirls do, I swear.

He’s Romanian.

Okay, slightly more interested in meeting him now.

I feel like I should be slightly more stoked about being able to meet Sebastian Stan in June, but I can’t because Norman Reedus.

plebcomics:

im all for finding your identity in this world, but you aint gonna find it wading through a sea of useless stupid bullshit

(via wildredrose14)

iamthetwickster:

Red is so Richard’s colour

(via found-liquorstore-and-drank-itt)

I love how no matter how long of a break I take from fandom (and this blog), I still get all

whenever I think about Mark Sheppard. Because I fuckin’ love that man.

scarredangels:

rayhne:

A suggestion for Mark’s birthday. Rather then send him a present or note (or maybe in addition to), how about donating to a children’s diabetics research foundation in the name of Will Sheppard? Apparently his youngest son has stage 2 diabeties.

The picture of his son says type 1, doesn’t it? But I could see that being a good gift

It is type 1, which used to be called juvenile diabetes. Type 2 hits adults, usually after they’ve become obsese or have otherwise compromised their endocrine system. Don’t quote me as it’s been awhile since I’ve studied medical science, but I think I remember something about how children can grow out of type 1 sometimes.

rayhne:

A suggestion for Mark’s birthday. Rather then send him a present or note (or maybe in addition to), how about donating to a children’s diabetics research foundation in the name of Will Sheppard? Apparently his youngest son has stage 2 diabeties.