We tried to make a decent podcast to celebrate the Limoversary but we failed because we didn’t even wish you guys a happy CB day and we were all over the place. I hope you’ll forgive us because it’s our first audio post together, we promise to get better at it since I’m sure it won’t be the last time we make one (we had a lot of fun). So enjoy and give us some feedback. Happy Limoversary from CBthePP, xoxo
“The thing about expectations is most of the time, someone else sets them for you. Yet you feel like they’ve been there all along. And you can’t wait to live up to them. But just because you know what’s expected of you doesn’t mean you still can’t surprise everyone.”
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“If two people are meant to be together, eventually they’ll find their way back.” Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick) to Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester)… nicely worded Mr. Bass. Still that quote sounds familiar *thinks* Wait! Does Chuck Bass watch OTH? More importantly ship Brucas too? Huh? We learn something new every day. (more…)
“Raise and shine Upper Eastsider it’s officially Fall and when the leaves start to turn, we know it’s time for B.’s birthday.” Gossip Girl (Kristen Bell). Another episode, another party, yay… But wait! It’s Blair’s almost birthday party, and this one’s gonna be good.
And because I’m such in a good mood I give you two quotes:
“We’re not a couple, we’re not a war, we officially have no reason to interact besides social nicety.” Chuck Bass (Ed Westwick) to Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester). Mind you they were both in the beginning. (more…)
“Goodbye Lil J, I look forward to never seeing you again.” Blair Waldorf (Leighton Meester) to Jenny Humphrey (Taylor Momsen). There was so much win to that quote, like you don’t even know…. Blair we were on the same page through most of the episode. She wasn’t in all scenes, that’s why I said most. (more…)
« You know, sometimes love needs to face obstacles to become stronger. People need to be tore apart from each other and say goodbye.
The only thing to do then, is move on, and start over. If that love was really meant to be, it would come back, stronger than before.
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