Lucy Quinn Fabray;

twenty ◦ yale junior ◦ drama major ◦ taken

There are a lot of things that I could say about myself, but I don't think any of you really care that much. My life has been a series of very complicated events and it seems like things are finally starting to calm down. I have no idea what's in store for me in the future and for once I'm actually okay with that. If you find yourself needing to know anything, I'll do my best to answer any questions you have. I've been through a lot so I like to think I'm good at helping people.

of dreaming of paradise.
active since may 29th. 2012


As thrilled as I was to see my newly established status as a real life New York celebrity being honoured, it was honestly so much more exciting to see you shine, Quinn. I’m so proud of you for everything that you’ve achieved, and if I hadn’t been on set then you would have definitely been the most talented person there. Okay, well, I hope Noah has realised the error of his irrational and jealous ways by the end of today but, if not, I hope your illegally harboured dog has turned feral and eaten him. 


Thank you, Rachel. It means a lot to me to know that you’re even remotely impressed with the things that I’m doing. We’ve all come very far in our lives and I can’t wait to see just how things work out for all of us. You’re clearly on the right path to the stardom that you’ve always desired and I’m incredibly happy that you’re getting everything that you dreamed of. I don’t think Mario has eaten him, but I guess we can always hope that has happened.


She doesn’t need to improve on that. If you want advice, you want people to tell you what they’d do in that situation. It’s what advice is.


This really isn’t a conversation worth having since there’s no way you’d ever disagree with the way Rachel might do something. 

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    Text || Fuinn
  • Finn: Awesome. I'm up for whatever. What sounds good to you? We can even do a whole meal or just hang out for a bit. I just said coffee because that's what people say.
  • Finn: You aren't going to make me shave, though, are you? I was sort of having a football and homework lazy day.
  • Quinn: Coffee is fine. We can look like typical New York college students who think spending their free time hanging around coffee shops makes them look more intellectual.
  • Quinn: I guess that depends on how bad you actually look.

ask-st-james replied to your post “Who gives better advice; Rachel or Tina?”

You act like her wanting to connect to people is a bad thing.

There is a slight difference between wanting to connect with people and making things all about you. Rachel’s definitely gotten better at not doing that, but that doesn’t mean she’s the best person to go to for advice on things.



Oh! Yes. I was talking in general and not necessarily about student-teacher relationships, but I guess that was how we started this conversation, huh? See how short my attention span is. The double standard is dumb though, I agree. If they’re in love, good for them. If they’re just hooking up, well, I guess good for them as well? The rest is no one else’s business. And that’s also why I don’t really care about other people’s love lives.


I guess I just have bad experiences with both situations since I’ve sort of been involved in them. My father left my mother for a much younger woman and it only lasted a few months because they clearly had absolutely nothing in common. So, my parents marriage being ripped apart by a relationship like that and my current boyfriend also getting involved with a teacher sort of formed a strong opinion on the subject for me. People can do as they please, but I do feel sorry for the people who tend to get hurt in these situations.

    Text || Fuinn
  • Finn: Hey, you're in New York all weekend? Do you have time for coffee or something?
  • Quinn: I should be able to manage something before I go home tonight. Did you want to get coffee or do something else?

Anonymous asked:

Who gives better advice; Rachel or Tina?

They both give wonderful advice whenever you need it, but unless you want to hear Rachel talk about how she can relate to whatever you’re dealing with and what she’d do to handle it - you’re better off going to Tina for any advice.


Oh, how exciting! I will definitely come tomorrow as a guest of the star to have a little perusal around a real life film set and to watch you make your own thrilling debut on camera. As I like to think that I was something of an inspiration and guide to you over the years, I can’t wait to see all our hard work pay off. I know but Noah can be a little stubborn and naive when it comes to letting a star shine so I’m sure he’ll be back to supporting you, and penning one of my future roles, in no time. 


I’ll definitely make sure to tell them that we’re going to have a real star on set and that they need to be prepared for you. I’m sure you’re going to love the things that we’re shooting and hopefully it’ll live up to your expectations. We’re taking the weekend to be apart from each other so I’m hoping once I go back home things will be better.

Guess who has an audition this weekend?


I have complete faith that it will! Just don’t forget us little people when you become a big, big star!


Trust me, it would be impossible to forget you.

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