have you ever looked a horse in their eyes?? there is absolutely nothing going on in there. no remorse or regret. horses dont have souls and cant be held morally accountable for their earthly sins and this is why i fucking hate horses
The amount of questions Bastille asks in thier songs really stresses me out
are you gonna age with grace? do you like the person you’ve become? can you fill the silence? how am i gonna be an optimist? how am i gonna get myself home?
like idk dan you figure it out
Anonymous asked: Hi! I'm sorry if you've already answered this or if I'm missing something, but what are your thoughts re: Fitz in the last episode? I wasn't particularly happy with it, because I got the impression that his plotline is "I've fallen for my best friend but I won't tell her" and I find it rather cliché and overused - but that's just my impression. Do you think that's an oversimplification? Thanks, sorry if I'm bothering you, have a lovely day! :)
I do actually think that’s slightly an oversimplification! And definitely not bothering me since I totally wanna talk about this all the time, haha.
So I’m gonna take this ask an excuse to talk about the episode as a whole, because there was a very prevalent theme that greatly applies to the Fitz/Fitzsimmons storyline.
The major theme from this episode was the idea that having “The Only Light in the Darkness” is not a good thing - obsessive love, codependent love, and love hidden in manipulation are not healthy. And in all of these situations, the solution was to let go. (Unless you physically can’t.)