Here’s the tea, k?
We’re all acting like five year olds. Zach stans and Frankie stans are fighting literally to death to defend their “favorite” of the two. Why? Because each side feels like they’re the most justified. But you know what? It’s all justifiable, however you look at it, but then you look at it differently and we all look like fucking idiots.
I LOVE FRANKIE AND I LOVE ZACH. There, I said it. Was that so hard? Why can’t I love both of them without having to defend Frankie? Why can’t I love both of them without angry people in my askbox?
Frankie stans feel like they have to protect Frankie to the end of the fucking earth because he gets so much shit on a constant basis. He’s been public enemy #1 to a lot of people on here since day 1 just because he was Ariana Grande’s brother. In the eyes of the viewing public/internet, he can’t ever do a single fucking thing right. Something happens in the game? Frankie’s fault. He wins a competition? Oh, it’s rigged.
Zach stans feel the need to protect him because he’s been shit on by the houseguests so much. He can’t ever do anything right to them, and he’s always the target. He came in guns blazing and he’s such a big personality and he was instantly on people’s radar - or at the very least, in the back of their minds. In the eyes of the house, he’s to blame for everything. Shit goes missing? Zach took it. The alliance can’t stay loyal? Oh, it’s obviously Zach’s fault.
Why are we turning on each other? We need to be united to deal with all of this shit. We wouldn’t even be in this situation if it wasn’t for Derrick. God knows those boys weren’t turning on each other anytime soon, and then he got in their ears. If Derrick hadn’t fed them both lies, we wouldn’t be in this situation. There were no doubts between Zach and Frankie before that, and once the lies started, both of them fucked up by not talking to each other. Okay? Both of them. They should’ve communicated instead of taking everything they were told for face value.
Their biggest downfall as Zankie and as individuals was trusting Derrick (and the rest of their alliance) so wholly when they shouldn’t have. Fact of the matter is, they’re both at the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to the Detonators/Bomb Squad. But they don’t know that. So they believe everything that comes out of Christine/Cody/Derrick/Caleb’s mouths, and because they have all of the lies running around their heads, they lose trust in the other boy and are pushed closer to the other people in the alliance.
And it’s so fucking messy because there’s something there. Friendship, relationship, whatever - it’s some form of love that runs deeper than the surface. We know it’s not fake, we’ve seen it all unfold in front of our eyes in the last two months. But what do we know? How they act when they panic or get upset. What does Frankie do when he gets angry? He uses his words as a defensive shield. He gets nasty and spiteful, and he’s admitted that. What does Zach do? He stays quiet and then he explodes.
We’re getting pissed at Frankie for talking shit about Zach, but Zach’s talked just as much shit about Frankie. Remember the last two weeks? I wish I didn’t, but I do. After he believed all of the lies, Zach ran around the house terrorizing Frankie and saying crap behind his back. We’re mad at Frankie for trying to evict Zach, but Zach tried to evict Frankie too.
No, I don’t give a shit who started it first because that’s useless now because Derrick started it. We’re mad at Zach for continually saying that he doesn’t trust Frankie, but from his perspective, why would he? He doesn’t know all of the facts - neither of them do - so we can’t get mad at them for going after each other in this game. Because it’s just a game. They’re competing for 500k, do you honestly expect them to be happy and on the same team for the entire summer?
And because it’s so personal with them, they’re not angry. They’re hurt, and there’s a difference. They mask their hurt with anger, which is why they’re both so mouthy lately. Has Frankie taken some of it too far? Yes, he has. But Zach has too, because he refuses to believe that Frankie loves him on a personal level.
These boys (and us) need to learn to separate game feelings and personal feelings - they’re two completely different things. It’s obvious that Frankie loves Zach, on whatever level, and Zach loves Frankie too. After the show, they’ll be fine. If mortal enemies can become best friends or get married, I’m pretty sure Zach and Frankie will be just fine.
So can we please just get over all of this garbage? It’s exhausting. We love both of them, can’t we just do that in peace? Stop with all of the wars and the nasty comments and the “Zach did this”/”but Frankie did this” and then we can get along. They both fucked up, they both said shit they shouldn’t have, and they both trusted the wrong people.
Let’s just love both of them and wait for them to get out of the house so we can see them be best friends again.
Frankie said to Caleb that he feels more personally attached to him and Zach in the house.
Frankie is literally only a decent human being when hanging out with Zach or Caleb alone. I think that says a lot about him, I think he lets his guard down around those two.
He said during his Grandfathers eulogy that he is playing a character in the house and doing things that would break “Frankie J Grande’s” heart.
He also told Caleb tonight the only way he could get passed putting up Zach is that he feels like he’s sending him on vacation to get a break from the BB house.
As much as I love Zach and want him to return in the buyback, I almost think that the best thing for him is to go to jury and then be immediately followed by Frankie.
They’d be able to sort out a lot of personal shit and I think a lot of things would come to light and make sense. They’d bond over both being losers and Frankie would realize he fucked up his game by sending Zach home. Their relationship would probably be repaired enough through explanations of why things happened the way they did or why things were said, which is a conversation that needs to happen before the outside world gets to Zach first.
I had a short introduction/information thing at uni yesterday
and the english students are like 80 total maybe
and one of the teachers asked us who knew what Ferguson was
literally less than 10 people raised their hand (including me obvi)
The idea behind the “Time Sliced” Project was to photograph iconic world buildings at sunset and capture the changing light from day to night in a single image. Experimenting with a few different kinds of processes I came up with the “Sliced” idea. I decided to Slice time and light showing the progression of the day from left to right.
the idea of wearing jeans that are not skinny jeans terrifies me now i can’t remember what i used to do with all that extra space around my ankles
Zach and Frankie have such opposite reactions.
When something like this is happening Zach gets even more emotional than he usually is
while Frankie tends to shut off his emotions almost completely (apart from when he just went upstairs to get his hat for Zach to have for example imo)
I want the cheers for Zach to be so loud on Thursday that Christine cries.