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Final Scene: humansofny humansofny "Zoe loves the movies. So l knew if l was going to propose, it had to involve the movies. But I can't make a movie myself because I don't work in film. So I had to get creative. I ordered a black- and-white Italian film from a vintage film dealer. It seemed vaguely romantic. I spent four months editing it on my computer. I changed all the subtitles. cut out the harem scene. I completely changed the plot so that it resembled our lives. I wrote some dialogue about picture frames because Zoe's family owns a frame shop. And I love trains. So I made the main character a train enthusiast. When I finished the editing, I rented out a small theater with sixty seats. I invited all of Zoe's friends and family. I made sure everyone sat in the front and didn't turn around. The weather was beautiful that day. Zoe didn't want to go to a movie. We got in a big fight about it, but I finally convinced her. lI was so nervous that I laughed during the whole film. I'd seen all the jokes 1000 times but I laughed at them anyway. Then during the final scene, the main characters started speaking to the audience, and one of them asked: 'Does anyone here want to get married?' So l stood up. The lights came on. All her friends and family turned around. And I gave a speech that I prepared. I was so nervous that I forgot to ask the actual question. But Zoe bailed me out and said 'yes' anyway." View all 10,555 comments 6 DAYS AGO <p>Dude raised the bar</p>
Final Scene: humansofny

 humansofny "Zoe loves the movies. So l knew if l
 was going to propose, it had to involve the movies.
 But I can't make a movie myself because I don't work
 in film. So I had to get creative. I ordered a black-
 and-white Italian film from a vintage film dealer. It
 seemed vaguely romantic. I spent four months
 editing it on my computer. I changed all the
 subtitles. cut out the harem scene. I completely
 changed the plot so that it resembled our lives. I
 wrote some dialogue about picture frames because
 Zoe's family owns a frame shop. And I love trains.
 So I made the main character a train enthusiast.
 When I finished the editing, I rented out a small
 theater with sixty seats. I invited all of Zoe's friends
 and family. I made sure everyone sat in the front and
 didn't turn around. The weather was beautiful that
 day. Zoe didn't want to go to a movie. We got in a
 big fight about it, but I finally convinced her. lI was so
 nervous that I laughed during the whole film. I'd seen
 all the jokes 1000 times but I laughed at them
 anyway. Then during the final scene, the main
 characters started speaking to the audience, and one
 of them asked: 'Does anyone here want to get
 married?' So l stood up. The lights came on. All her
 friends and family turned around. And I gave a
 speech that I prepared. I was so nervous that I forgot
 to ask the actual question. But Zoe bailed me out
 and said 'yes' anyway."
 View all 10,555 comments
 6 DAYS AGO
<p>Dude raised the bar</p>

<p>Dude raised the bar</p>

Final Scene: freemaofficial Dear Sense8 Family I have been meaning to write this letter for some time. The outpouring of love and grief that came in the wake of the news that Sense8 would not be continuing was so intense that I often found myself unable to open my own email. I confess I fell into a fairly serious depression. I had never worked so hard, or put so much of myself into a project as I had with Sense8 and its cancellation hollowed me out. I felt the disappointment of my amazing crew (I wish people could understand the impossibilities they achieved with implausible regularity.) I felt the sadness of the actors who had given so much of themselves, always finding more whenever the sun broke from the clouds. But most of all I felt the heartbreak of our fans (again I wish I could cluster with you to share some of the beautiful moments, the hugs, tears and laughter, as well as the insightful and humbling conversations I have had with people who have connected to this show, they are unlike any fans I have ever encountered as an artist). Friends kept calling from all over the world asking, 'Isn't there anything you can do?" And the truth was, no. By myself, there was nothing I could do. But just as the characters in our show discover that they are not alone, I too have learned that I am not just a me. I am also a we. The passionate letters, the petitions, the collective voice that rose up like the fist of Sun to fight for this show was beyond what anyone was expecting. In this world it is easy to believe that you cannot make a difference; that when a government or an institution or corporation makes a decision, there is something irrevocable about the decision; that love is always less important than the bottom line. But here is a gift from the fans of this show that I will carry forever in my heart: while it is Improbably, unforeseeably, your love has brought Sense8 back to life. (I could kiss every It is my great pleasure as well as Netflix's (believe me, they love the show as much as we often true those decisions are irreversible, it is not always true. single one of youl) do but the numbers have always been challenging) to announce that there will be another two hour special released next year. After that... if this experience has taught me anything, you NEVER know. Thank you all. Now let's go find out what happens to Wolfgang. 18,440 likes #BringbackSenseB #THANKYOU We're coming back!!!!e @netflix @sense8 #nomanita @msjam.eclayton blame-it-on-the-nargles: I’m effing crying in a bathroom stall… I’m so effing happy… THERE BETTER BE FIVE WEDDINGS HAPPENING IN THE FINAL SCENE!
Final Scene: freemaofficial
 Dear Sense8 Family
 I have been meaning to write this letter for some time. The outpouring of love and grief
 that came in the wake of the news that Sense8 would not be continuing was so intense that I
 often found myself unable to open my own email. I confess I fell into a fairly serious depression.
 I had never worked so hard, or put so much of myself into a project as I had with Sense8
 and its cancellation hollowed me out. I felt the disappointment of my amazing crew (I wish people
 could understand the impossibilities they achieved with implausible regularity.) I felt the sadness
 of the actors who had given so much of themselves, always finding more whenever the sun broke
 from the clouds. But most of all I felt the heartbreak of our fans (again I wish I could cluster with
 you to share some of the beautiful moments, the hugs, tears and laughter, as well as the insightful
 and humbling conversations I have had with people who have connected to this show, they are
 unlike any fans I have ever encountered as an artist).
 Friends kept calling from all over the world asking, 'Isn't there anything you can do?"
 And the truth was, no. By myself, there was nothing I could do.
 But just as the characters in our show discover that they are not alone, I too have learned
 that I am not just a me. I am also a we.
 The passionate letters, the petitions, the collective voice that rose up like the fist of Sun to
 fight for this show was beyond what anyone was expecting.
 In this world it is easy to believe that you cannot make a difference; that when a
 government or an institution or corporation makes a decision, there is something irrevocable
 about the decision; that love is always less important than the bottom line.
 But here is a gift from the fans of this show that I will carry forever in my heart: while it is
 Improbably, unforeseeably, your love has brought Sense8 back to life. (I could kiss every
 It is my great pleasure as well as Netflix's (believe me, they love the show as much as we
 often true those decisions are irreversible, it is not always true.
 single one of youl)
 do but the numbers have always been challenging) to announce that there will be another two
 hour special released next year. After that... if this experience has taught me anything, you
 NEVER know.
 Thank you all. Now let's go find out what happens to Wolfgang.
 18,440 likes
 #BringbackSenseB #THANKYOU
 We're coming back!!!!e
 @netflix @sense8 #nomanita @msjam.eclayton
blame-it-on-the-nargles:

I’m effing crying in a bathroom stall… I’m so effing happy…
THERE BETTER BE FIVE WEDDINGS HAPPENING IN THE FINAL SCENE!

blame-it-on-the-nargles: I’m effing crying in a bathroom stall… I’m so effing happy… THERE BETTER BE FIVE WEDDINGS HAPPENING IN THE FINA...

Final Scene: Oh man con't be late on the nst doy made Theschool year is over son. My first day at class missed it. u afropunker. noideawhatimdoingrightnow Let me just tell you something about this final scene. Isat through this whole movie thoroughly enjoying every last little bit of it.Ieven made a running motion when the first two gifs happened. When the movie finished my boyfriend was very very quiet and he looked a little sad. was very confused because it was a fantastic movie. He turned to me and asked "is that suppose to represent how our education system doesn't make enough accommodations for [mentally slower students?" Monster's University was a little deeper than thought TUMBLR SHUT UP HE IS A SLUG. The literal message is HE IS A SLUG WHO IS SLOW LIKE SLUGS IN NATURE SO STOP. AldenRants 27-50 @torixmay asked me to rant about the fact that time is a man-made concept! DON'T GET ME EXISTENTIALLY CRISIS'D!!! Because guess what!!? I'm FFFFLIPPIN this suggestion on ya!!! This whole "time isn't real!!1!!1!" charade was realllll cute when you were reciting it because of your report due tomorrow or because you stayed up til 3am again, but now you synchronized fitbits are just getting ridiculous AND I'M PUTTING MY FOOT DOWN! Time IS NOT ACTUALLY A MAN-MADE CONCEPT FOR GOLLY'S SAKE! Why would man WANT to make it?!? "We made time to measure the distance between past events" wE mADe TiMe tO MeaSUrE tHe DiSTaNCe BeTwE- NO. WE MADE -MEASUREMENTS- OF TIME TO HELP US COMPREHEND THE VERY MUCH EXISTENT FACTOR THAT IS TIME. Just because we made terms like days and months and seconds to help ourselves understand it doesn't mean we made THE VERY ESSENCE OF TIME up. We made terms to describe linear distances like inches or kilometers but that doesn't mean length is a manmade concept. [Gerald: Phew! I just ran a marathon! 😅 Gerald's asshole friendTM: Ohh, Gerald :) You didn't really run a marathon because distance isn't real :) Gerald :) That was just you conceptualizing how you made it from one point to another :))))) Gerrrraaallllllld] "B-but the Greek philosophers had theories that time was merely our psychosis and shit processing our own experiences" Ah, yes and they were neverrrr 🌎 wrong about 🌍 anything 🌏 that I 🌎 can 🌏 think of
Final Scene: Oh man
 con't be late on the nst doy
 made
 Theschool year is over son.
 My first day at class
 missed it.
 u afropunker.
 noideawhatimdoingrightnow
 Let me just tell you something about this final scene. Isat through
 this whole movie thoroughly enjoying every last little bit of it.Ieven
 made a running motion when the first two gifs happened. When the
 movie finished my boyfriend was very very quiet and he looked a
 little sad. was very confused because it was a fantastic movie. He
 turned to me and asked "is that suppose to represent how our
 education system doesn't make enough accommodations for
 [mentally slower students?" Monster's University was a little
 deeper than thought
 TUMBLR SHUT UP HE IS A SLUG. The literal message is HE IS A SLUG
 WHO IS SLOW LIKE SLUGS IN NATURE SO STOP.
AldenRants 27-50 @torixmay asked me to rant about the fact that time is a man-made concept! DON'T GET ME EXISTENTIALLY CRISIS'D!!! Because guess what!!? I'm FFFFLIPPIN this suggestion on ya!!! This whole "time isn't real!!1!!1!" charade was realllll cute when you were reciting it because of your report due tomorrow or because you stayed up til 3am again, but now you synchronized fitbits are just getting ridiculous AND I'M PUTTING MY FOOT DOWN! Time IS NOT ACTUALLY A MAN-MADE CONCEPT FOR GOLLY'S SAKE! Why would man WANT to make it?!? "We made time to measure the distance between past events" wE mADe TiMe tO MeaSUrE tHe DiSTaNCe BeTwE- NO. WE MADE -MEASUREMENTS- OF TIME TO HELP US COMPREHEND THE VERY MUCH EXISTENT FACTOR THAT IS TIME. Just because we made terms like days and months and seconds to help ourselves understand it doesn't mean we made THE VERY ESSENCE OF TIME up. We made terms to describe linear distances like inches or kilometers but that doesn't mean length is a manmade concept. [Gerald: Phew! I just ran a marathon! 😅 Gerald's asshole friendTM: Ohh, Gerald :) You didn't really run a marathon because distance isn't real :) Gerald :) That was just you conceptualizing how you made it from one point to another :))))) Gerrrraaallllllld] "B-but the Greek philosophers had theories that time was merely our psychosis and shit processing our own experiences" Ah, yes and they were neverrrr 🌎 wrong about 🌍 anything 🌏 that I 🌎 can 🌏 think of

AldenRants 27-50 @torixmay asked me to rant about the fact that time is a man-made concept! DON'T GET ME EXISTENTIALLY CRISIS'D!!! Becaus...

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