Look, I’m gonna count to three, if you don’t kiss me I’ll realize this was a big mistake, and I’ll return to my seat in humiliation.

(via overanalyzingtelevision)



(via grelca)


2x04 | 4x02

(via andthestarsthatshine)


weareheadoverfeels:

I’m not on Danny’s side, per se. I don’t think we’re meant to be picking sides. But he’s so real to me and this decision so true to everything we know about him and, as misguided as it is, it rings of his respect for Mindy, his best and only friend. Maybe it’s his Catholic guilt rearing its ugly head, but Danny doesn’t think he deserves things. Mindy, god bless her, knows that she does. And she’s never apologized for her expectations. Danny “didn’t ask” to be her friend, but made it happen anyway. She took down his walls with a sledgehammer and then waltzed through the rubble with a friendship cake in hand, not one hair out of place. So what makes him think he knows better now?
(via "You’re bad at this." - The Mindy Project Recap)

weareheadoverfeels:

I’m not on Danny’s side, per se. I don’t think we’re meant to be picking sides. But he’s so real to me and this decision so true to everything we know about him and, as misguided as it is, it rings of his respect for Mindy, his best and only friend. Maybe it’s his Catholic guilt rearing its ugly head, but Danny doesn’t think he deserves things. Mindy, god bless her, knows that she does. And she’s never apologized for her expectations. Danny “didn’t ask” to be her friend, but made it happen anyway. She took down his walls with a sledgehammer and then waltzed through the rubble with a friendship cake in hand, not one hair out of place. So what makes him think he knows better now?

(via "You’re bad at this." - The Mindy Project Recap)

(via overanalyzingtelevision)


isobelstevenz:

all the things i ship ★ pacey witter and joey potter

this is about how you carried my bag off the bus yesterday. this is about how when we go to the movies and you go and you buy popcorn, you always make sure you bring back a napkin so i don’t wipe all the grease on my jeans. and this is about how just last week, when we were at miniature golf, you took all of the shots first so i would know the correct path. you taught me how to drive. and last year at prom, you knew that the bracelet i was wearing was my mom’s. you kissed me first, sweetheart. the second time, you counted to ten before doing it again just in case i wanted to stop you. you bought me a wall. we were alone on a boat for three months and you understood without a word why i wasn’t ready. do you have to ask me now why i am? pace, i’m gonna count to ten…and then i’m going to start kissing you. and if you don’t want me to, then you’re just gonna have to stop me.
ten, my love…

(via grelca)


2x11 | 2x19

(via overanalyzingtelevision)


grelca:

Or! We fight a lot, but then we have sick make-up sex because I’m also good in bed. We have a bunch of short, overly-confident children and we’re happy together.

i am dead. dead dead dead.

(via benkaling)


heroesnhearts:

From the Heroes and Heartbreakers post " ‘You’re My Best Friend’: Mindy and Danny [Spoiler!] in The Mindy Project 2x17” by Heather Waters:
All epic romance novels have a “delicious despair” period—that dark, dark time when every possible chance for a happy ending for your beloved pair seems doomed, and the ashes of all your hopes and dreams for them surround you. Still, you have faith that they will, in fact, pull it out of the fire and attain that glorious HEA. Somehow. Some way. After all, isn’t that the golden rule of romance?
The Mindy Project, while not a romance novel, is often described as a romantic comedy series, and I 100% believe that creator/executive producer/head writer/star Mindy Kaling fully intends to follow the Mindy/Danny romance through to, if not an HEA, a “Happily for Now.” Which means that while “Be Cool” saw Danny break up with Mindy after only a few weeks of secretly dating—sending fans into a tizzy of delicious despair—their story is far from over. As in, it’s most likely just gettin’ started.
Read the full post at HeroesandHeartbreakers.com.


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heroesnhearts:

From the Heroes and Heartbreakers post " ‘You’re My Best Friend’: Mindy and Danny [Spoiler!] in The Mindy Project 2x17” by Heather Waters:

All epic romance novels have a “delicious despair” period—that dark, dark time when every possible chance for a happy ending for your beloved pair seems doomed, and the ashes of all your hopes and dreams for them surround you. Still, you have faith that they will, in fact, pull it out of the fire and attain that glorious HEA. Somehow. Some way. After all, isn’t that the golden rule of romance?

The Mindy Project, while not a romance novel, is often described as a romantic comedy series, and I 100% believe that creator/executive producer/head writer/star Mindy Kaling fully intends to follow the Mindy/Danny romance through to, if not an HEA, a “Happily for Now.” Which means that while “Be Cool” saw Danny break up with Mindy after only a few weeks of secretly dating—sending fans into a tizzy of delicious despair—their story is far from over. As in, it’s most likely just gettin’ started.

Read the full post at HeroesandHeartbreakers.com.

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