Richard “Eye-contact-eye-contact” Armitage
Martin “I-can-smolder-too” Freeman
Elijah “cute-as-ever” Wood
Andy “hi-it’s-me-awesome” Serkis
Peter “yes-yes-yes” Jackson
sometimes i’m so overwhelmed by how much i love this cast and crew ;_____;
It’s mildly amusing anecdote time!
Many years ago, when I was a childling, I had a roll-on camera. You know, those cameras where you have to manually wind the film on after every photo? I was at a friend’s house and I was at the end of the film, but I didn’t notice. Turns out, when you try to take a photo beyond the last one it just kind of superimposes the ghostly image of your photo over the one before it.
When I had the film developed, I was treated to an absolutely amazing photograph of my friend’s cat - and if you looked close enough, an artistically superimposed and inspirational picture of my friend hitting his brother with a pool cue.
when i was little and my parents were driving id pretend there was a man/being/thing running alongside the car who had to follow certain rules like “he can only travel by jumping from streetlight to streetlight” or “he can only walk on fences”
i was so surprised to find out that other people did similar things
i wonder what the underlying psychology behind it is
like its a really specific thing to do but almost everyone did it without telling other kids about it because we all thought it was probably weird or unimportant
I never did this and wow I can’t even tell you how creepy this is to me.
I thought I was the only one.
Yeah a huge portion of people have this imaginary traveler or car-chaser.
To this day, even when I’M driving, a part of my mind imagines something is hopping and running alongside the car, dodging or simply chopping through every street sign and telephone pole.
Sometimes I find myself twitching the muscles in my hand or foot with every “jump,” like I’m controlling the being in a video game.
I still do this. It’s kind of entertaining for me to imagine a character of mine racing beside my car, especially during long car rides.
When I was a kid my imaginary traveler was a unicorn.
Mine was my cat, because I always used to miss her. :)
My brain can’t even comprehend this. I did not do this as a kid which is weird because almost everything else I’ve come across I’ve done at some point. So for this to be something common kinda blows my mind.
Woah. I loved to do this as a kid, and my character was similar to Rayman. But there was a rule; Dont touch the ground, So as the road i was on turned off into another, and there was a huge gap created, devoid of houses and or trees or anything, Rayman would spin his ears like in the game and float to the other side… It was fun.
I cannot believe this is a thing. I did this.