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pipvalentine:

heartrachel:

azurfemme:

ollystarlings:

Noel Fielding is standing, dressed in an apron, on the set of his E4 show. A bijou Hawaiian coffee shop has been meticulously re-created inside a vast warehouse at Three Mills Studio and as we watch from behind the monitor, the show’s star, in character as the proprietor of the Luxury Coffee Shop on the side of a volcano, breaks off from the action, turns to camera and attempts to explain the plot of the episode thus far: “OK, so let’s get this straight. Because I chose to set the coffee shop in Hawaii on the edge of a volcano, I now have to sacrifice one of my characters to the volcano. Otherwise, the locals, who are the cast of Magnum PI, will sacrifice me. I mean, who wrote this?” Welcome to the freaky world of Noel Fielding. (via Noel Fielding’s ‘Luxury Comedy’: A land of the outright bizarre)

He saw Julian for his birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! EEEEEEEEEEEEEE happiness :D

 ”Julian and I are still very good mates. He lives in the next block from me. I saw him on Sunday for his birthday. His kids are always singing my Monkey Edwards song, which drives Julian mad. It’s hilarious. His kids are constantly asking him, ‘Dad, when are you going to work with that weird one again?’”

… I will swear blind this is a rehash of an interview I read a few months ago when Luxury Comedy was being filmed. Why would he be dressed in costume now when post-production is done? I’m onto you, Independent.

I genuinely don’t remember ever having read this particular interview previously, but it’s obvious that it was at least partially done last year, during the actual filming—but that’s not uncommon for entertainment interviews. There was one that came out with the release of the Horrid Henry movie that had CLEARLY been done more than a year earlier while they’d been filming, because they talked about Noel being in costume and him goofing around with all the kids on the set. So sometimes a good chunk of the reporting takes place a looooooooong time before the actual article is published (in conjunction with the release of whatever piece of entertainment it’s tied to).

pipvalentine:

heartrachel:

azurfemme:

ollystarlings:

Noel Fielding is standing, dressed in an apron, on the set of his E4 show. A bijou Hawaiian coffee shop has been meticulously re-created inside a vast warehouse at Three Mills Studio and as we watch from behind the monitor, the show’s star, in character as the proprietor of the Luxury Coffee Shop on the side of a volcano, breaks off from the action, turns to camera and attempts to explain the plot of the episode thus far: “OK, so let’s get this straight. Because I chose to set the coffee shop in Hawaii on the edge of a volcano, I now have to sacrifice one of my characters to the volcano. Otherwise, the locals, who are the cast of Magnum PI, will sacrifice me. I mean, who wrote this?” Welcome to the freaky world of Noel Fielding. (via Noel Fielding’s ‘Luxury Comedy’: A land of the outright bizarre)

He saw Julian for his birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! EEEEEEEEEEEEEE happiness :D

 ”Julian and I are still very good mates. He lives in the next block from me. I saw him on Sunday for his birthday. His kids are always singing my Monkey Edwards song, which drives Julian mad. It’s hilarious. His kids are constantly asking him, ‘Dad, when are you going to work with that weird one again?’”

… I will swear blind this is a rehash of an interview I read a few months ago when Luxury Comedy was being filmed. Why would he be dressed in costume now when post-production is done? I’m onto you, Independent.

I genuinely don’t remember ever having read this particular interview previously, but it’s obvious that it was at least partially done last year, during the actual filming—but that’s not uncommon for entertainment interviews. There was one that came out with the release of the Horrid Henry movie that had CLEARLY been done more than a year earlier while they’d been filming, because they talked about Noel being in costume and him goofing around with all the kids on the set. So sometimes a good chunk of the reporting takes place a looooooooong time before the actual article is published (in conjunction with the release of whatever piece of entertainment it’s tied to).

richaldis:

Luxury Comedy from the NME

heartrachel:

“He made this fan’s day! @noelfielding11 met “Michelle” who dressed-up for The Brit-ish Show! @Just_For_Laughs #JFLMTL”

heartrachel:

He made this fan’s day! met “Michelle” who dressed-up for The Brit-ish Show!

heartrachel:

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heartrachel:

"One of my all-time faves, Noel Fielding killing a room with 20 people in it. #JFLMTL”

heartrachel:

"One of my all-time faves, Noel Fielding killing a room with 20 people in it. #JFLMTL”

derangedbutterfly:

gothicmarmite:

thistroubledmindofmine:

CASTLE HOWARD by robin denton on Flickr.

Family residence of Lord Moon, the last of the line. Now he lives in the East wing with only a few servants; the better to hide his passionate affair with the gorgeous young footman, Vince, from the rest of the world.

Howard and the Hellfire Club 
Set in England during the 1740’s. Howard is a gentleman and Vince his servant.  A libertine and an innocent… 

THANK YOU!!!!! I knew I’d read a fic with that plot!
And if memory serves, it is exceptionally kinky, too…

derangedbutterfly:

gothicmarmite:

thistroubledmindofmine:

CASTLE HOWARD by robin denton on Flickr.

Family residence of Lord Moon, the last of the line. Now he lives in the East wing with only a few servants; the better to hide his passionate affair with the gorgeous young footman, Vince, from the rest of the world.

Howard and the Hellfire Club 

Set in England during the 1740’s. Howard is a gentleman and Vince his servant.  A libertine and an innocent… 

THANK YOU!!!!! I knew I’d read a fic with that plot!

And if memory serves, it is exceptionally kinky, too…

heartrachel:

azurfemme:

ollystarlings:

Noel Fielding is standing, dressed in an apron, on the set of his E4 show. A bijou Hawaiian coffee shop has been meticulously re-created inside a vast warehouse at Three Mills Studio and as we watch from behind the monitor, the show’s star, in character as the proprietor of the Luxury Coffee Shop on the side of a volcano, breaks off from the action, turns to camera and attempts to explain the plot of the episode thus far: “OK, so let’s get this straight. Because I chose to set the coffee shop in Hawaii on the edge of a volcano, I now have to sacrifice one of my characters to the volcano. Otherwise, the locals, who are the cast of Magnum PI, will sacrifice me. I mean, who wrote this?” Welcome to the freaky world of Noel Fielding. (via Noel Fielding’s ‘Luxury Comedy’: A land of the outright bizarre)

He saw Julian for his birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! EEEEEEEEEEEEEE happiness :D

 ”Julian and I are still very good mates. He lives in the next block from me. I saw him on Sunday for his birthday. His kids are always singing my Monkey Edwards song, which drives Julian mad. It’s hilarious. His kids are constantly asking him, ‘Dad, when are you going to work with that weird one again?’”

heartrachel:

azurfemme:

ollystarlings:

Noel Fielding is standing, dressed in an apron, on the set of his E4 show. A bijou Hawaiian coffee shop has been meticulously re-created inside a vast warehouse at Three Mills Studio and as we watch from behind the monitor, the show’s star, in character as the proprietor of the Luxury Coffee Shop on the side of a volcano, breaks off from the action, turns to camera and attempts to explain the plot of the episode thus far: “OK, so let’s get this straight. Because I chose to set the coffee shop in Hawaii on the edge of a volcano, I now have to sacrifice one of my characters to the volcano. Otherwise, the locals, who are the cast of Magnum PI, will sacrifice me. I mean, who wrote this?” Welcome to the freaky world of Noel Fielding. (via Noel Fielding’s ‘Luxury Comedy’: A land of the outright bizarre)

He saw Julian for his birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! EEEEEEEEEEEEEE happiness :D

 ”Julian and I are still very good mates. He lives in the next block from me. I saw him on Sunday for his birthday. His kids are always singing my Monkey Edwards song, which drives Julian mad. It’s hilarious. His kids are constantly asking him, ‘Dad, when are you going to work with that weird one again?’”

(Source: aperfectshadeofdarkblue)

Make Me Choose Meme

Russell Brand/Noel Fielding or Richard Ayoade/Noel Fielding from BFQTY

transhumanisticpanspermia:

i have limited sympathy for people who get told “no” after a public proposal because public proposals are pretty much emotionally abusive

like seriously

if you think it’s kinda cute, you can discuss it beforehand and then do a staged one later

but putting someone on the spot in front of a crowd of strangers (or worse, friends) and demanding they give you a yes or no answer to a complex question which will affect the rest of their life is

really not okay

No. STOP IT with the lazy blanket statements and consider the fact that not everybody on the planet has the same exact needs and wants that you do.

If you’re planning to propose to anybody, you should have an excellent idea of that person’s needs and wishes, what makes them uncomfortable—or disappoints them. So yes, anybody who knows that their partner has social anxiety (or serious opposition to the idea of marriage) and goes ahead with a public proposal is being, at the least, extremely inconsiderate, and possibly manipulative.

But on the other hand? There are other people—people like me—who absolutely need spontaneity and surprise and romance, and who would be totally crushed by being asked something so momentous in private and then asked to grotesquely re-stage a proposal for the public—because the point of those proposals isn’t to make the PUBLIC happy, but to make YOUR PARTNER happy. If my partner did that to me, I’d be completely gutted that they ruined such a special moment in a way that can never be fixed, and it would take me a long time to forgive them and not think of that time with disappointment and resentment.

The point of this post should be “Consider the needs and temperament of your partner before you do this,” not “Everybody feels exactly the way I do and this is always bad/wrong.”