The barricade isn’t high enough!
Please contribute some
furniture questions and headcanons to the revolution. Enjolras would greatly appreciate it!
Enjolras would just accept that they are ill. Having a mental illness is just like having a serious physical illness and should be dealt with as such. Medicine? Do that. Need to rest? Sure.
But he wouldn’t let his friends wallow in illness. He would encourage them to get help, just as he would if they were physically ill.
Enjolras would usually have good health, but he’d be irresponsible with his body, (forgetting to sleep, drinking too much coffee, not resting when feeling ill, etc), so a small cold would erupt into a several weeks long illness.
And, seeing as Enjolras would be generally too preoccupied with his work to get enough sleep, he would also solidly refuse to recognize that he is sick.
His friends would have to force him to take medicine and rest. God forbid he ever has to go to a hospital, because his friends would have to drag him there by his ankles.
Thanks for letting me know, friend! And it’s good to hear one of the wouldblogs is coming back. :)
Head on over to the new Combeferrewould, everyone! Let’s give our new friend a warm welcome.
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Happy Valentine’s Day, readers!
It’s late in the game, but how about you send in some of your favorite headcanons about Enjolras and his friends in honor of today?
Enjolras would be honored if you did!
"…Marius this is a picture of a hummingbird."
"He was swatting at it today and screaming "BEES BEES GET THEM AWAY", city kids, I swear."
"HE SAID HE WAS GOING TO TELL ME ABOUT THE BIRDS AND THE BEES I didn’t think he meant…that."
"HEY I’m not always yeah okay I can’t even say that whole line."
(directly inspired from this post here, and I realized late in the game Enjolras and Cosette could be talking about ANY of their friends…)
(Thank you, friend, for your kind praise!!)
Enjolras would have seen poverty and injustice as a child, perhaps in his home town or on travels with his family. Rather than being disgusted, it would have fascinated and confused him.
Enjolras’s revolutionary fervor would have started as a little kid’s innocent wish that the sad people in the street could be happier and an inability to understand why he was happy and they weren’t. Years of study and observation later, underneath all the politics and rhetoric, Enjolras would still be fighting for the same reason.
I’m afraid I can’t help much, friend! There used to be quite a few wouldblogs but most of them are inactive now, and outside of our little bandwagon I don’t know too many others!
Readers, can you help this anon out? Comment below with the URLs of some of your favorite headcanon blogs and I’ll maybe throw together a quick promotion post for them.