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REBLOG AND SEE IF YOU GET A COLOR.

PURPLEI don’t talk to you but I really love your blog.

YELLOWI wish we were friends in real life.

REDI love you with a burning passion.

GREYI wish we talk more and being friend

TURQUOISE: I would hug you if we’re met

PINKI love your blog it’s one of my favourite

TEALWe have a lot in common.

BLUEYou are my tumblr crush.

ORANGEI don’t like your blog.

WHITEMARRY ME PLEASE.

GREENI think you’re cute.

CORAL: I think you’re beautiful

BLACKI would date you.

BROWNI don’t like you.

commorientes:

Martin Freeman as Richard III
I am still reeling from Martin Freeman’s tour de force as Richard III.  In a totally monumental bit of miscommunication, husband and I managed to book the matinee performance of The Crucible on the same day as the evening one of Richard III.
As it happened, it didn’t really matter.  As my husband said, over a quick bite by Leicester Square after a taxi ride from Waterloo, “I’m really ready for Shakespeare this evening.”  As was I.
We were totally, totally blown away by MF’s performance.  We knew MF as Tim from The Office.  As John Watson.  As the embarrassingly ineffectual then coldly calculating Lester in Fargo. 
We wondered how that would (or, possibly, would not) translate to the leading role in such a powerfully well-known play.
Astonishingly, is the answer.  Martin Freeman’s performance was amazing.

commorientes:

Martin Freeman as Richard III

I am still reeling from Martin Freeman’s tour de force as Richard III.  In a totally monumental bit of miscommunication, husband and I managed to book the matinee performance of The Crucible on the same day as the evening one of Richard III.

As it happened, it didn’t really matter.  As my husband said, over a quick bite by Leicester Square after a taxi ride from Waterloo, “I’m really ready for Shakespeare this evening.”  As was I.

We were totally, totally blown away by MF’s performance.  We knew MF as Tim from The Office.  As John Watson.  As the embarrassingly ineffectual then coldly calculating Lester in Fargo. 

We wondered how that would (or, possibly, would not) translate to the leading role in such a powerfully well-known play.

Astonishingly, is the answer.  Martin Freeman’s performance was amazing.