Since the Holiday season is finally upon us, I feel it’s time to share this video again! After commissioning Les Mis fans across Tumblr, Twitter, and Facebook, here is a new version of the Les Mis 12 Days of Christmas! Hope you enjoy and thank you to everyone who participated! :)
I think it’s important to remember that THIS EXISTS
An actual performer decided to LET FANDOM TELL HIM WHAT TO DO. A BRAVE SOUL INDEED.
Also: WAS NOT EXPECTING THAT FIFTH DAY. Given what the Brick!club is up against this December, I feel it’s unexpectedly relevant. :P
That was fantastic I love IPG so much oh my god.
every prouvaire is the best prouvaire, it’s been prouven. jehantifically.
cultural appropriation 101
Seriously guys, wearing a war bonnet without having to suffer blood, sweat and tears for it is so disrespectful to all the servicemen who have sacrificed their lives for this country.
Finally someone stands up for my people and puts it into words that i couldn’t. Thank you!!!
I love the smell of cultural sensitivity education in the morning.
"Nothing holds me ... I will indulge in my sacred fury"
My mom is a travel agent and I can confirm that people are legitimately this stupid when it comes to travel.
I have a tiny obsession with Victor Hugo’s handwriting right now. I found all of Les Amis in the original manuscrit and (in some cases - I’m looking at you Bossuet and Feuilly) made them legible enough to fit into a set.
“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.” - Nelson Mandela R.I.P (18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013)
The former South African president died today at age 95. Remember him through his uplifting and revolutionary words.
Remember those gifs with Harry Lloyd and Douglas Booth that people thought looked like Courfeyrac teaching Marius how to dance? I found these gifs of the same scene, and yes, it’s definitely Courfeyrac teaching Marius how to dance.