Mad Men characters through seasons » Joan Holloway
season 1: “He may act like he wants a secretary, but most of the time they’re looking for something between a mother and a waitress.”
season 2: “This is why I don’t allow crying in the break room. It erodes morale. There’s a place to do that, like your apartment.”
season 3: “One day you’re on top of the world and the next some secretary is running you over with a lawn mower.”
season 4: “So all you’ve done is proved to them that I’m a meaningless secretary and you’re another humorless bitch.”
season 5: “Men don’t take the time to end things. They ignore you until you insist on a declaration of hate.”
season 6: “I'm in charge of thinking of things before people know they need them.”
collections that are raw as fuck ➝ tony ward f/w 2014-15
Athos: If you had told us what you were doing, we might have been able to plan this properly.
Aramis: Yes, sorry.
Athos: (sarcastic) No, no. Let’s keep it suicidal.
THE RAVEN CYCLE QUOTES
"He was full of so many wants, too many to prioritize, and so they all felt desperate. To not have to work so many hours, to get into a good college, to look right in a tie, to not still be hungry after eating the thin sandwich he’d brought to work, to drive the shiny Audi that Gansey had stopped to look at with him once after school, to go home, to have hit his father himself, to own an apartment with granite countertops and a television bigger than Gansey’s desk, to belong somewhere, to go home, to go home, to go home.” - Adam
The subtext of the guarantee was that you would be entertained, and you were.
"I - DON’T!" Harry screamed, so loudly that he felt his throat might tear, and for a second he wanted to rush at Dumbledore and break him, too; shatter that calm old face, shake him, hurt him, make him feel some tiny part of the horror inside himself.
”[..] we had them like each other, treat each other like peers, seek advice from each other, and (maybe most importantly) we made them both screw up a lot, albeit in different ways. Melissa and Andy make it easy, though, by playing their scenes not like “fun-time Charlie and his mean schoolmarm watchdog” but like two real humans who tease each other.” -Mike Schur [x]