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findmyrupertfriend: JUST A TYPICAL FRIDAY NIG…

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JUST A TYPICAL FRIDAY NIGHT FOR THE LADIES OF FMRF, TRYING TO MANIFEST RUPERT FRIEND AND OUR TRUE WILL. WE ARE FOLLOWING OUR TRUE PATH TO FIND OUR RUPERT FRIEND.

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Strange Angel ︱ “Ritual of the Rival Tribes”
↳ “What are you more scared of? Trying something new, or that this is all there is?”

Ernest Donovan Reblog

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Number One Magazine Volume 1

Benjo Arwas, photographer

Can’t wait to get the magazine

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DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE?!?!

BOOTS ✔️

POSTURE ✔️

HAIR ✔️

We think it looks like our boy on the Strange Angel set! What do you think??

I spy with my little eye…

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 🍀

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! St. Patrick’s Day, when Irish Americans parade and party, and non-Irish use the day as an excuse to get drunk because, well, why not? Celebrating my mostly Irish heritage made me think of Quinn (because everything makes me think of Quinn) which inevitably lead to a very important question… is Quinn Irish?

Quinn is an Irish surname. It’s believed to be from the Gaelic ‘Ó’Cuinn’ (descendants of Conn) meaning ‘wisdom’ or ‘chief’. God that fits him perfectly. Wisdom indeed!

There are other signs that point to Quinn being of Irish descent. While we don’t actually know if Quinn was his real last name, he clearly had some sort of Catholic upbringing or influence. Quinn does the “sign of the cross” going into the church for Sandy Bachman’s funeral.

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And of course, we’re all aware of his love for whiskey, specifically, Irish whiskey. 

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I like the idea of Quinn celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with some buddies in a bar. He’s drinking beers and having fun, cursing a ton, even more than he usually does and making his stories last much longer than they should — the true Irish way.

Whatever his heritage, Peter Quinn is the finest damn man on the planet. Please enjoy some pics of him wearing green — sláinte!

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Also, those fingers! 

HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!!

Perfect way to celebrate St Patricks

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Every Peter Quinn Scene Ever ︱ “New Normal”
“He’s alive.”

Peter Quinn Every Day

I miss him. I still do miss him.

Happy Birthday Sydney!

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Happy Birthday to our
dear, thoughtful friend and Rupertologist, Sydney! From the GIFS to the
Bitmojis, we love you and appreciate everything you do.

But we’re not the only
ones who love you. FMRF has stumbled upon a few messages that were sent our way
for your special day…

Ernest sent this telepathically, of course!

You were the one Quinn was texting! 

Burning love!

Have the Happiest
birthday ever!

Love Laura, Frangi,
Lizzy, Ernest, Quinn and Prince Albert

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Every Peter Quinn Scene Ever  “The Litvinov Ruse”
 “Sarin is a fucked-up way to die.”

Peter Quinn Every Day

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Anonymous asked:  For Cherry and other Brits. How is Rupert’s Scottish accent in Stryka? I adore it, as an American!! Please tell me it is spot on.

Thanks for giving me a good reason to rewatch Stryka – a weird and wonderful beastie, where Rupes provides what shortoftheweek.com described as ‘a bit of star power’. More than a bit, I’d say! Seeing his cute spikey hair again was a nostalgia trip in itself. But my mission was his accent …

And, guess what? Those of you who remember my previous ventures into the ‘British’ accent won’t be surprised to hear that for Scottish, too, there’s no such thing; it’s a loose umbrella term for a myriad different, localisable ways of speaking. And here, our boy is smashing the Edinburgh accent. I say to Rupes, as Callen says to Stryka (7’30”): ‘Your accent’s amazing!’

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The film script has none of the traditional ‘broad’ Scottish dialect: classics such as ‘wee’, ‘bonny’ ‘heed’ (for head), ‘aye’ or ‘bairn’ which anyone impersonating a Scot would most likely use as they’re so clichéd. But the accent is immediately recognisable as authentically Scottish because it’s a classic, precise Edinburgh accent (much softer, clearer and less ‘shouty’ than other types, such as Glaswegian – from Glasgow) and so, widely favoured for international intelligibility. One key feature is the vowel sound ‘oo’, which is identical in words such as ‘foot’, ‘good’, ‘school’ and ‘choose’, so that ‘pool’ and ‘pull’ are indistinguishable.

Rupert hits all the right notes – the squashed vowel in ‘phone’, the audible ‘r’ in ‘ears open’, the rising intonation at the end of questions (‘what are you guys up to?’, ‘What’s phase two?’), overly pronounced medial ‘t’ alongside glottal stopped final ‘t’ (‘nineteen seconds’, ‘about it’). Especially diagnostic is his fabulous ‘great’ – splitting the diphthong with a slightly trilled ‘r’ (worth a listen – he repeats it three times at 4’55”).

Looking more closely, he’s given Callen a particular subset of the Edinburgh accent, very close to Ewan MacGregor. This is known as the ‘Millennial’ Edinburgh accent, favoured by students and the upwardly mobile. Leaves me wondering, does he have friends from Edinburgh? And was it his idea to make Callen Scottish? Further research needed.

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Every Peter Quinn Scene Ever ︱ “The Litvinov Ruse”
↳ “A demonstration.”

Peter Quinn Every Day

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