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Benedict Cumberbatch reads “Ode to a Nightingale” by John Keats.
THE END, BYE.
fuuuuuu—- *croak* I think I need a cold shower. This isn’t even fair. Please can benedict read me a story and poetry to help me sleep every night?
This is it. This seals the deal.
I’m laying in a field, under a tree, with my head in Benedict’s lap as he strokes my hair and recites this poem for my ears to capture and my eyes to embrace. A light breeze tickles his auburn curls and I catch a whiff of his sweet, sweet cologne. I stare into his eyes and get lost in a dream, but even my dream cannot be as sweet as this reality.
Me:so what kind of weather are you thinking for our wedding like spring or winter maybe summer because i like strapless dresses yeah and if we're planning on having kids i like names that start with "a" how about you also have you thought about a retirement plan we could go into early retirement and like move to the south like birds lol if ur a bird then i'm a bird and do you want to be buried or cremated i think we should have our ashes sprinkled over this spot cause we met here
You could use DBSK, or SHINee, or Benedict Cumberbatch, or Ramin Karimloo in place of One Direction, but they super cool too
“A PSYCHOLOGIST AT A GIRL’S COLLEGE ASKED THE MEMBERS OF HIS CLASS TO COMPLIMENT ANY GIRL WEARING RED. WITHIN A WEEK THE CAFETERIA WAS A BLAZE OF RED. NONE OF THE GIRLS WERE AWARE OF BEING INFLUENCED, ALTHOUGH THEY DID NOTICE THAT THE ATMOSPHERE WAS MORE FRIENDLY. A CLASS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA IS REPORTED TO HAVE CONDITIONED THEIR PSYCHOLOGY PROFESSOR A WEEK AFTER HE TOLD THEM ABOUT LEARNING WITHOUT AWARENESS. EVERY TIME HE MOVED TOWARD THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ROOM, THEY PAID MORE ATTENTION AND LAUGHED MORE UPROARIOUSLY AT HIS JOKES, UNTIL APPARENTLY THEY WERE ABLE TO CONDITION HIM RIGHT OUT THE DOOR.”—W. Lambert Gardiner, Psychology: A Story of a Search