paranoia paranoia
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firefly-stare:

darrencrissisabamf:

am i the only one who still doesn’t see where/how/whatever kurt supposedly changed himself for blaine or…

^ I DONT EITHER
SOMEONE EXPLAIN THIS TO ME
how did kurt change himself i do not see it

Okay, in order for you to understand this, you NEED to take off your shipper goggles, or else you’re just wasting my time and I could be sleeping right now. You said explain it so don’t get butthurt. Just a pre-warning.
Kurt makes exceptions for Blaine that he wouldn’t for others. Kurt has always been a self confident person… “you think I shouldn’t do this or that? Fuck you, I’m going to do it anyways” kind of attitude. His self confidence has gone down hill. Blaine told him to put his hands down and he complied. He gave up his solos, his spotlight, something that he would never do, he used to bitch about that to Rachel all the time. When he finally took a stand Blaine conveniently told him that he liked him and Kurt sat down again. You can see it in the scene of Pav’s death - Kurt is so sad that they lost Sectionals and Blaine shrugs it off and tells him they’ve gt each other and Kurt doesn’t say anything. Winning was more important to him. He’s putting a guy first before his goals - he wanted to go to New York. Blaine is basically saying that he’s more important than that goal, and Kurt says nothing. Kurt says nothing most of the time - Blaine tells him he’s not good and being sexy and Kurt complies and doesn’t stick up for himself, which is what old Kurt would have done. Old Kurt would have said, “You don’t think I’m sexy? Fuck you, I know I’m sexy. You don’t know what you’re missing out on” instead of “Oh Blaine, teach me so you can find me attractive.” Blaine brings up Kurt’s mom in a really disrespectful way and Kurt still says nothing. Every time Kurt does stick up for himself, Blaine makes him feel bad for it - the entire Rachel thing - and for the most part the Klaine fanbase agrees with Blaine, which makes it even worst.
Klaine is generally a horrible message to send to gay kids. Kurt should have never transferred to Dalton… what about those gay teens out there in the world who just received a death threat from their tormentors? Do you think they have the option of running away to some private school? They don’t. Glee should have showed them how to deal with that, instead of having their main gay role model run away with his tail in between his legs and opt to follow around some boy for the next 10 episodes who doesn’t reciprocate his feelings until he sees him crying. Then sudden he “moves” Blaine. Oh okay. You couldn’t find him attractive when he’s happy? No, Kurt’s attractive to Blaine when he’s sad because the entire point of Klaine is making Kurt feel less about himself, and sacrificing himself,  at the expense of “love.”
Pavarotti is a metaphor for Kurt. For Kurt’s individuality. When Kurt starts to peruse Blaine, Pav is molting - he’s getting new feathers - Kurt’s new personality. Klaine gets together in the same episode this bird dies… you figure out what that means.   

Just gonna leave this right here.
I’m glad someone else found that remark about Kurt’s mother in bad taste too.

HEY KURT
UR BIRDS DEAD
JUST LIKE UR MOM
LOLOLOLOL

vulgar-:

firefly-stare:

darrencrissisabamf:

am i the only one who still doesn’t see where/how/whatever kurt supposedly changed himself for blaine or…

^ I DONT EITHER

SOMEONE EXPLAIN THIS TO ME

how did kurt change himself i do not see it

Okay, in order for you to understand this, you NEED to take off your shipper goggles, or else you’re just wasting my time and I could be sleeping right now. You said explain it so don’t get butthurt. Just a pre-warning.

Kurt makes exceptions for Blaine that he wouldn’t for others. Kurt has always been a self confident person… “you think I shouldn’t do this or that? Fuck you, I’m going to do it anyways” kind of attitude. His self confidence has gone down hill. Blaine told him to put his hands down and he complied. He gave up his solos, his spotlight, something that he would never do, he used to bitch about that to Rachel all the time. When he finally took a stand Blaine conveniently told him that he liked him and Kurt sat down again. You can see it in the scene of Pav’s death - Kurt is so sad that they lost Sectionals and Blaine shrugs it off and tells him they’ve gt each other and Kurt doesn’t say anything. Winning was more important to him. He’s putting a guy first before his goals - he wanted to go to New York. Blaine is basically saying that he’s more important than that goal, and Kurt says nothing. Kurt says nothing most of the time - Blaine tells him he’s not good and being sexy and Kurt complies and doesn’t stick up for himself, which is what old Kurt would have done. Old Kurt would have said, “You don’t think I’m sexy? Fuck you, I know I’m sexy. You don’t know what you’re missing out on” instead of “Oh Blaine, teach me so you can find me attractive.” Blaine brings up Kurt’s mom in a really disrespectful way and Kurt still says nothing. Every time Kurt does stick up for himself, Blaine makes him feel bad for it - the entire Rachel thing - and for the most part the Klaine fanbase agrees with Blaine, which makes it even worst.

Klaine is generally a horrible message to send to gay kids. Kurt should have never transferred to Dalton… what about those gay teens out there in the world who just received a death threat from their tormentors? Do you think they have the option of running away to some private school? They don’t. Glee should have showed them how to deal with that, instead of having their main gay role model run away with his tail in between his legs and opt to follow around some boy for the next 10 episodes who doesn’t reciprocate his feelings until he sees him crying. Then sudden he “moves” Blaine. Oh okay. You couldn’t find him attractive when he’s happy? No, Kurt’s attractive to Blaine when he’s sad because the entire point of Klaine is making Kurt feel less about himself, and sacrificing himself,  at the expense of “love.”

Pavarotti is a metaphor for Kurt. For Kurt’s individuality. When Kurt starts to peruse Blaine, Pav is molting - he’s getting new feathers - Kurt’s new personality. Klaine gets together in the same episode this bird dies… you figure out what that means.   

Just gonna leave this right here.

I’m glad someone else found that remark about Kurt’s mother in bad taste too.

HEY KURT

UR BIRDS DEAD

JUST LIKE UR MOM

LOLOLOLOL

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    THIS IS SO FLAWLESS.
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    THIS. THIS SO FUCKING MUCH.
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    wow. makes sense.
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    I’m not really seeing any of these. At all. Blaine told him how to be a team player on the Warblers in an episode that...
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    THIS WHOLE THING IS AMAZING. preach.gif