WHY did I just imagine Murphy saying “you’re makin’ me love you” all sexy and breathy in his Irish accent?? Mac get the fuck out of my MacManus space!!
oh my god stop!
He’s everywhere! >.<
I am so sorry I haven’t been on a lot people and I notice that I could have been at 335 followers, but 10 people have followed and unfollowed, so fuck them, but my life is crazy right now. Anyways, I just wanted to share a dream I had the other night.
I dreamt I was sitting at a park just looking out at the gorgeous sky and all the people playing with their kids and dogs. Think of a day you thought was gorgeous and you just wanted to stay outside; that’s what it felt like in the dream. So as I put my headphones in and was listening to Dead Kennedy’s and I began to draw this guy that was leaning against a tree when Norman Reedus came and sat next to me. He just smiled at me and said, “Hi, what’s your name?” “NORMAN!” I replied. He smiled and said, “No, that’s me, what’s your name?” “Sorry, I got star struck. My name’s Albert.” We shook hands and I just started to draw. He looked at me and said, “Wait, you’ve drawn me before. You drew me next to Sean.” My heart sunk; I couldn’t believe he remembered that drawing. He then reached for my headphone and heard the music I was listening to. He looked at me and asked, “Do you mind?” “Not at all,” I replied. When I finished the drawing I looked up and saw some people rollerblading. Norman laughed so hard when this guy fell to the ground. We just sat at the table and laughed at others who tripped and fell. After a while I had to leave, but not before he told me that he really enjoyed just hanging out with a total stranger.
That dream made me nostalgic for Pre-Austin Reedus.
(Pre-Austin Reedus: Everything leading up to the time I met him where I didn’t know that psychos existed)
Norman Reedus is great and everything, but one time I watched this movie where he banged his own mother. Then she killed herself, so he got on a bus to run away with his girlfriend, with his mother’s corpse in a bag beside him.
So. There’s that.