Plucky Juggernaut

Aug 31

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“One of the handiest screenwriting tips I’ve ever encountered is a quote from Russell T Davies in a book about the making of Doctor Who.

“Dialogue is just two monologues clashing,” he said. “That’s my Big Theory. It’s true in life – never mind drama. Everyone is always, always thinking about themselves. It’s kind of impossible to do otherwise.”

It’s good advice because it feels right: the reason a lot of soap opera dialogue is unrealistic is that, unlike real people, the characters actually listen to each other. You’d think this would make Albert Square more harmonious, but of course it has the opposite effect, thanks to their other glaringly implausible habit of expressing their innermost emotions out loud, instead of anxiously suppressing them like any self-respecting human wreck.” — Charlie Brooker (via relatedworlds)

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furbyfridays:

sometimes i like to just throw on my furby suit and go for a walk around town. i enjoy seeing the looks on the childrens faces when, for a moment, they believe there might be a real furby across the street. once they have spotted me maybe i’ll do a funny dance for them, or something. they take out their iphone, probably to call their friends and say “bro, look at this furby! this is crazy!”. pretty soon the police show up for some reason. then i 

furbyfridays:

sometimes i like to just throw on my furby suit and go for a walk around town. i enjoy seeing the looks on the childrens faces when, for a moment, they believe there might be a real furby across the street. once they have spotted me maybe i’ll do a funny dance for them, or something. they take out their iphone, probably to call their friends and say “bro, look at this furby! this is crazy!”. pretty soon the police show up for some reason. then i 

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