Being chronically ill means constantly having this crippling fear of not being able to comfortably believe your illness is as bad as it is, and fearing everyone will be proving to you that you don’t have that illness or that you’re exaggerating it.
“This. So much this. Oh I could have held out from taking that pain pill. I’m only in moderate pain, not crying and unable to move/ touch anything. I’m not dying, I’ll be fine. Even though a healthy person would take a pill for this amount of pain, I’m used to this so I should be able to handle it. Stop being a baby, you’ll get addicted and then need to take more pills for the same effect. it’s not that bad it’s only your knee hyperextending stop being a hypochondriac It’s nothing big to worry about it’s just my (insert diagnosed illness) But what if it isn’t and I’m ignoring important symptoms but what if it’s nothing and I go to the doctors and they laugh at me?
THINGS I CONSTANTLY THINK “
exactlyexactlyexactly are you inside my head
Did you know that this scene was entirely unscripted? Johnny Depp just kinda went with this and no one stopped him, so the reactions’ on the other actors’ faces are their actual reactions to Depp’s shenanigans.
makes the scene 100000 times better omfg
you can even see orlando glancing at the people behind the camera as if asking what is going on
johnny depp is my spirit animal
This is gold
When people say “they’re actual reactions of the actors,” we’re dismissing the actors’ talents and ability to stay in character when something unexpected happens. IF this is true, then no, we’re not seeing the actors’ ‘actual reactions’; we’re seeing improvised reactions.