We don’t have to be alone, Jack.
This isn’t a trick Pitch is making a real offer here.
When I was translating subs for this movie, I actually noticed this. It really wasn’t Pitch’s attempt to trick Jack. It was an honest offer, a desperate plea.
Just as Jack refuses him and tells him to “leave him alone”, the scene changes to Pitch’s face and oh god it’s actually heartbreaking to look at.
His expression is so desperate and hurt as Jack starts leaving. Just seconds latter you can see him purse his lips together hopelessly, unsure, before his emotions turn in to anger.
“You want to be left alone? DONE!”
Even Jack, a soul he thought was as lonely as he, didn’t want to be near him.
Pitch is a very suave and manipulative creature, as well as cruel. But even as such, you can definitely see he is so much beyond that. There is just this horrifying loneliness about him, a loneliness he hates with every fiber of his being, which if you have read the books makes it even more heartbreaking. He is a very complex character, that is what I love about him.
I’ll go home now.
I couldn’t even attempt to try to resist. This just had to happen.
Oh look you made a punny. BAHAHAJSBASKAJSKFJBASDFBBAJSD
can you tell we haven’t had a book or a movie or anything in a while.
At this rate, Colbert might actually be held accountable in the near future for making transphobic jokes.
Go trigger warn some shit
That’s not transphobic, though. He’s making a point that because the LGBT agenda is “barreling forward at full-speed” that the B and T of LGBT is being left behind. Everyone is focusing on the L and the G that there are people who have no idea what the B and T even stand for. He’s not being transphobic or making a slight meant to make fun of or harm the bi and trans* community. He’s making a point that no one is focusing on them because they’re focusing on the lesbian and gay community.
Mother. Fucking. This.
People really need to realize that EVERYTHING Colbert says while on camera is satire.
Satire: The use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people’s stupidity or vices, particularly in the cotext of a play, novel, fiilm or other works.
He is not making a transphobic joke. He is not honestly saying that bi and trans people do not count/matter/exist. He is making humor in order to shed light on the fact that they are forgotten.
He is doing this to raise fucking awareness that there is more to LGBT than LG. He is raising a big flag that says “Hey, don’t forget about these guys. They count. They matter. Why aren’t you doing anything about them? Why aren’t they discussed?” He is not trying to say “They don’t matter.”
So please stop with the self righteous, self pity, “social justice” comments unless you know what you are talking about.
I do appreciate that Bisexual is matched with bacon. I rather enjoy bacon.
This is why I love the Colbert Show.
Yeah, drawing attention to bi and trans erasure through satire is not in itself biphobic or transphobic.
Come on guys. Satire.
Your plan has now been foiled. MWAHAHA
MATH HUMOR IS THE BEST.
I hate everything
It says drink the rainbow on the back.
Drink the rainbow.
Drink the fucking rainbow.
Like a rainbow drinker. 0.0
THIS FUCKING EXISTS?
*[sound of every Kanaya cosplayer within a 1000 mile radius reblogging]*
can we talk about how sherlock holmes says ‘neat’
oh these kids were eating themselves to death with mercury poisoned chocolate
golly gee john come look isn’t that just nifty