I can only guess from the greater Carr quote that it’s in the sense of “alone in a crowd” - pretty much nobody can really remember what their own birth was like and personal death is kind of definitionally an unsharable experience.Yeah I guess that makes sense but it just… it sounds so stupid. Sort of like how “chaste as the mother who bore her” makes me giggle every time even though I know what it’s supposed to mean.
Modern Macbeth AU where Macduff has a trans father.
Modern Macbeth AU where Macduff still does the “Haha you asshole I was a caesarian!” routine, but then later reveals to his allies that the doctor was also a woman so any way you slice it he doesn’t really count as “not born of woman”, because destiny is bullshit and everything that happened happened because Macbeth believed in it.
Because I don’t believe in a world where having a caesarian doesn’t count as giving birth.
Someone please explain to me why “we come into this world alone and leave the same way” is a cliche when
has ever been born alone?
I mean, it kind of takes at least one other person for a birth to happen, by necessity.
Latest HaChaPre. Dammit dammit dammit.
I haven’t even watched it yet I’m too afraid. The preview looked soooo bad.