me: i bet you didn’t know yoda had a last name and it’s leyheehoo
my mom: yoda has a last name?!
my aunt: what?!
my mom: *looks to her sister* did you know yoda had a last name? you’re a big star wars fan. did you know that?!
my aunt: no
me: GUYS SAY HIS FULL NAME OUT LOUD
both of them in unison: yodaleyheeHAAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!
gayforbagels: pentag0nal: This is my friend TJ, wearing a costume she made for Halloween, 1977. She was 16 at the time. Now, keep in mind: there was no internet to search for images. She could not have rented and paused the movie, because it wasn’t released on video until 1982. No, TJ just went to …
After @aphnxrising had me read a really hot fic a few weeks back, I decided to watch The Force Awakens to catch up on new characters so I can read fic.
The fact that I was wicked high paired with my prosopagnosia (not super bad case of it, but I have difficulty recognizing people, especially if I don’t know them REALLY well) worked against me.
I spent the entire movie wondering why Daisy Ridley’s cheeks didn’t seem as round as I remembered and also waiting for some big event to happen that would make her character change her name from Jyn to Rey.
I was also sorely disappointed when I didn’t see John Boyega at all, but thought nothing of the fact that Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher were missing.
I was also surprised by how boring the movie was and I was sERIOUSLY judging both Ryan and @aphnxrising, who both told me The Last Jedi was a must-see.
I didn’t realize my mistake until this afternoon.