“Her character, however, the iconic Sue Sylvester, is possibly the most demeaning, verbally abusive and awful human being to ever appear on our television sets. Which is so ironic, since Jane improvises all of her lines. So now my fellow cast mates and I would like to delight you, Sue, or Jane, with some of your most profound things that our characters have heard coming from your massive, twisted potty mouth. Over the course of the last four years, I’ve gotten to come to work every day and have you look at me and call me the following: Porcelain, Gay Kid, Eddie Munster, Tickle-me Dough-face and Twinkle Tush.
— Chris Colfer, honoring Jane Lynch at Trevor Live 2013 (via colfhummel)
Frankly, I’m proud of that last one. And once she said to me, “though your flamboyance offends me, sometimes your face reminds me of one of those puppets they use in the library to teach kids about kidnappers.” Thank you, Jane. I love you, too.”
i never understood why some non religious people get offended or roll their eyes when the religious say they’ll pray for them or something like man i get stoked because i might not believe in their god but they do and to them it’s one of the kindest things you can do for someone so why shit all over it just be grateful that they’re doing something nice for you