oh my god, dean, honey
oh my god, dean, honey
It’s funny, because I’ve never seen or heard any reference to him having asthma anywhere else, but—that IS an inhaler, right, and we’re not crazy? I know he has allergies, but I thought those were animal-specific (cows and horses) and no one brought a cow to the game, I wouldn’t think…
Other people, any thoughts? is there something we don’t know?
Here’s one… @kernezelda
All I can think of—I’ve never heard he actually has asthma, though that might just mean I’ve never heard it—is that, well, he DOES get sick a lot, and he had, like, pneumonia or something during Macbeth…maybe he’s still got weak lungs? *pets him*
I would never have noticed that, letosatie, you have eagle eyes!
I’ve never heard anything about James and asthma, but it’s possible it’s exercise-induced? If my memory’s right, blue inhalers are rescue ones for symptom relief (vs brown for preventative).
Oh my gosh the poor dear. Yes, that’s a rescue-inhaler, I have the same one. Ventolin (or another medication of the sort) is used for sudden exercise or allergy induced symptoms.
Also, people who have allergies to more than one animal usually have multiple environmental allergies as well. and i’m pretty sure he sneezed in that adorable video of him doing an interview in the middle of a park so the grass is probably a contributing factor.
Literally this poor guy, with his constant injuries and being sick and allergies can we just bundle him in bubble wrap and blankets and feed him soup and tea?
It’s actually pretty amazing, when you think about it, how good all his performances are. He gives so much of himself on camera and on stage, and does it all while being apparently made out of Scottish spun-sugar and cinnamon-freckled breakable glass.
It’s rather impressive that he does all of that stuff being so fragile. Like you wanna wrap him in a blanket and keep him safe but he won’t let you cause he is a strong independent scottish cutie
Scottish Tumbr Photoset #9
"Many people are alive just because it’s illegal to shoot them." I REALLY NEED SOME SCOTTISH FRIENDS THEY SOUND AWESOME
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I can;t even breathe
i’m not saying they are talking about sex but they’re definitely talking about sex.
For the first time ever, a paralyzed man can move his fingers and hand with his own thoughts thanks to a new device. A 23-year-old quadriplegic is the first patient to use Neurobridge, an electronic neural bypass for spinal cord injuries that reconnects the brain directly to muscles, allowing voluntary and functional control of a paralyzed limb.
You’re my brother and I’m here to take you home.