I realise that vampires have been done TO DEATH (gettit? Because they're vampires) and everyone is basically over them, but that's when you're talking about the lamest of lame vampires. I want to talk about the coolest of cool vampires- the ones in True Blood, also known as 'That Programme With The Most Beautiful Cast on TV'. But not only do I want to do bad things with basically everyone in the show, I also want to laugh and cry and laugh some more at their WORDS. Words which I always assume are all supplied by Alan Ball as the head writer on the show*, but I guess some other people do some work sometimes, probably.
Anyway- the list! The residents of Bon Temps, Louisiana, sure do say a lot of crazy shit, but the following are the top five lines I wish I had the opportunity to use in my everyday life. For the sake of ease, though, let's just call them:
Top 5 True Blood Quotes
1. "That boy's cheese done slid right off his cracker."- I can't even remember who says this about the less-than-bright Jason Stackhouse, but I feel like it's the perfect thing to say whenever anyone does something that's completely mental. Also I kind of want cheese and crackers now.
I would describe this as a CHEESY grin/laugh. Gettit?2. "You is Satan in a Sunday hat, boy."- Satan in a Sunday hat is mayyybe one of my favourite phrases that I've never been able to use in context. Because isn't it the perfect way of saying that something's too good to be true? That was the most rhetorical question ever.
Sometimes, Skarsgard wears hats.3. "I'm bored. Take off your clothes."- Ok. It doesn't hurt that this is said to Eric. Northman. In fact, I think I mostly just want to say it to Skarsgard. But I feel like it would be nice to brandish that kind of power and ALSO say it after dramatically sweeping the pieces off a chess board.
Oh no. No one would ever want *him* to take off his clothes...4. "As we say in Surrey, SOD THE FUCK OFF YOU CUNTING TWAT!"- Just for the record- we don't say this in Surrey. But maaaaan, do I want to! It's just a stunning utilisation of ALL THE SWEARS, and kind of perversely pleases me. Did I say kind of? I meant, ENTIRELY.
Even when he's cross, he's beautiful.You might consider this post to be an excuse for loads of Skarsgard gifs, and I resent that. There was an opportunity to use five, and I only used four! Also all of these quotes are magnificent and I would happily use them daily. Now to create some opportunities for that to happen...
*Well. Not anymore, actually. I'm concerned about the possibility that True Blood might go downhill now, but I'm also excited about what he might do next. Also I really need to watch Six Feet Under.
I'm pretty sure this post could have been subtitled 'a thinly disguised excuse to post excessive Skarsgard gifs' -which is a very good basis for any post in my book. In fact, I'd have been happy with twice the Skarsgard gifs, or three times or....ReplyDelete
*Clears throat* right yes.
Hehehehehehe. You might not believe me, but this GENUINELY started out as an appreciation for some of the things they say in True Blood and a frustration at never being able to use them (Especially 1,2 and 3.) But, yeah, it turned a tiny bit into the Skarsgard show. Sorry I'm not sorry!Delete
Dude, NEVER apologise for Skarsgard gifs. NEVER.Delete
Hehehe #1 is silly.ReplyDelete
And Laura, Skarsgard GIF's are always okay! If you want to use at least one in every single blog post, I think that'd be okay.
Isn't it?! But also just really funny and something I really want to find an appropriate situation to say it in!Delete
... I think I already DO use Skarsgard gifs in every post! More or less... But I'll keep it up if it pleaseth you so (that's what he said...)
Ohhhh, I love these. "Satan in a Sunday hat" sounds kinda like my ideal man, in a 'not entirely evil yet definitely devilish" kind of way. Best eye-fucking ever still goes to Sherlock and Irene Adler, I reckon. Or possibly Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt in EVERY INTERVIEW EVER.ReplyDelete
I have only one thing left to say. Teacup humans, Laura. Teacup humans.
Oh noooooo, Satan in a Sunday hat is like another way of saying that something's too good to be true! You don't want a man who's Satan in a Sunday hat! That shit ain't never going to end good!Delete
OH MY GOD, TEACUP HUMANS! I do love that. But not necessarily in a 'I want to use it in everyday conversations' way.
Well, yes, that's true. But on the Satan thing - nuh uh. "Satan in a Sunday hat" might mean "too good to be true" IN BON TEMPS, but then everything's weird over there. In my small corner of Derbyshire it means "Hellooooooo sailor". :PDelete