- Enjolras — Enjolras gives one of two hugs. The first is an obviously fake, forced one. This kind rarely happens because, frankly, Enjolras isn’t going to give you a hug if he doesn’t feel comfortable. He may give one to a family member, only because it is “just what families do” and he wants to be polite. The second is a hug he would give when he really needs a hug in return— it will be desperate and tight and needy… Usually this only happens when he’s very stressed or exhausted and Combeferre and Courfeyrac are the only ones to be receiving such a hug from Enjolras in the foreseeable future.
- Combeferre — Combeferre has a really warm hug. He just kind of envelopes you and holds you until you are okay (because he will hold a friend there as long as they need it). ‘Ferre is the one most people seek when they are in need of a hug because it is just naturally so calming.
- Courfeyrac — Courfeyrac is the kind of person who would lift you off the floor when he’s hugging you and squeeze you until you have to push him off… He would also be famous for hug-tackling people. Courfeyrac has the “friendliest” hug and, on a good day, is able to brighten people’s mood with a good hug alone.
- Marius — Marius has really awkward hugs, actually. It’s not that he doesn’t like the person he’s hugging, it’s just that the sudden, almost intimate, task makes him nervous. He doesn’t wants to upset any of his relationships with others.
- Jehan — Generally, Jehan has a feather light hug. This could be partly due to the fact that he is super dainty, but also because if he squeezed like he wanted to, he would snap your spine with his wiry, little arms. There are times he will hug harder (just add some emotion and he will really hold you), but generally his hugs are soft and sweet and gentle.
- Joly — Joly has the cutest little hugs because he usually giggles while he gives them (and, frankly, a little tipsy) and buries his head in the crook of their neck. It’s just really sweet and typically a lot longer than social acceptable.
- Bossuet — Like Courfeyrac’s, Bossuet’s hug is friendly. He’s the kind to peck you will kisses and squeeze you a little too hard… Totally worth it though.
- Bahorel — Bahorel has a crushing hug. He’ll pick you up and squeeze you enough to crack your back (and you may or may not be able to breath). He is the closest thing that you will ever get to a bear hug.
- Grantaire — R would never ask for a hug because he’s afraid of being denied, but when he does get one, he clings to that person like it’s his life time. Like Enjolras, he has a very desperate I-need-you-right-now hug. When it’s over though, he’ll laugh about it and pretend like it meant nothing.
- Gavroche — Gavroche isn’t much of a hugger himself, being as he received very little his entire childhood. He would happily give on to any of the Amis though (which would inevitably deal to him being lifted and cuddled).
Sam Claflin (and Josh Hutcherson) at the Catching Fire LA Premiere - November 18, 2013
the problem with reading a good book is that you want to finish the book but you don’t want to finish the book
A zombie-bitten father tries to save his infant daughter in this bittersweet short film
So you’ve been bitten by a zombie. So long, conscious brain activity, hello craving for human meat. But the protagonist of the short film Cargo has bigger problems than his impending demise: he has to find a way to save his infant daughter, even if he has to die first to do it.
Directed by Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke, Cargo was a finalist in Tropfest Australia 2013. It’s also a rather clever take on zombie genre tropes, with a story that isn’t about the survival of self, but the survival of another.
When I saw him walking with the balloon I lost it
Completely lost it
Whoa. This is really incredible.
I’m crying so much. This is so beautiful.
The fact that he knew what was happening to him, but knew he had to save his daughter. Just wow.
Well this is amazing
//DONE BEYOND BELIEF.
this photo is equally confusing and arousing
IS THAT HIS FUCKING WINE CELLAR