hopsjollyhigh:

headcanon: erik’s birth was fraught with complications, and his mother was told after he was born that she would be unable to bear any more children. there is a part of her that blames him for this, and it’s part of her hatred and resentment towards him- in her eyes, he took away every chance she had at ever having a normal family, even after he was gone.

sassafimo:


Das Phantom der Oper, Hamburg, Theater Neue Flora (2013/14)

Lost dress! Amazing wig!

rjdaae:

hopsjollyhigh:

rjdaae:

hopsjollyhigh:

rjdaae:

hopsjollyhigh:

rjdaae:

Making a second post for the airport AU, because the first one got way too long and kept crashing my tumblr app, oops, sorry

Part 1 here

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elf-in-mirror:

fdelopera:

…and this is why grammar is a thing most awesome! IIRC, the Daroga and Erik “se tutoient” throughout the novel, right? I’ve always seen this as a sign that they were (or had been, anyway) quite close friends. But I might be totally wrong there :/

You’re exactly right. Erik and the Daroga se tutoient (use “tu,” the informal “you” address with each other) throughout the novel. Tutoyer is reserved for friends and equals, which indicates a level of friendship and familiarity between Erik and the Daroga, despite the significant tensions between them.

*pharoga feels intensify*

elfuhbuh:

"And fuck you too, Raoul."

iguanamouth:

a lot of people are burned out on emoticons but one that ill never get tired of is :> because it looks like youre being talked to by a friendly bird

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