if every one of my followers did this, we could give more than 85 meals to less-fortunate animals. for free.
Well fuck me
AND CALVIN IS WITH THE GIRL THAT HATED HIM ASFHAGS
im crying a lil bit
I need this in my tumblr forever.
is anyone gonna talk about how his kids name is bacon???
HE’S WITH SUZIE THAT WAS MY CHILDHOOD OTP
..this is real.
it’s weird how there’s no word for people who are attracted to superheroes but there’s a word for people who aren’t attracted to superheroes
what’s the word for people who aren’t attracted to superheroes
Call off school
CALL OFF SCHOOL
CALL OFF SCHOOL
CALL OFF SCHOOL
i would not want to be named bert because every time you made a decision someone would be like are you sherbert
your name is bert isnt it
fun prank idea: go to starbucks and tell the cashier your name is “Dad.” then when the barista starts calling “Dad??” “DAD?” “DAD” you can hide behind the crowd of people and watch as he begins to cry. why did his father leave him
it’s weird how british people say “lift” instead of “elevator” and how my dad says “you are a dissappointment” instead of “i love you”
i really have no idea what this has to do with survival skills
Actually she has identifying which plants and berries are poisonous. She was quizzing herself. It’s foreshadowing because she later dies from eating poisonous berries; in the book, it’s seen as a foolish mistake, but because of this scene, it has implications of suicide.
Well the Hunger Games just became even more devastating than it already was.
My wife and I have actually had very extensive conversations about Foxface. Specifically, my argument is that Foxface is in love with Katniss, or had another reason to want her to win, or survive.
Foxface excels in subtlety and observational awareness, she is always aware of where the other players in the game are, but when ever Katniss is in trouble, Foxface shows up to show her the way. She shows Katniss how to bypass the mines at the food cache. She shows Katniss that she can make it to the “feast” and back out safely.
But there’s a question. Why would Foxface steal a handful of berries from Peeta? She was hungry? But she could just harvest her own berries, without needing to potentially reveal herself. I find it hard to believe Foxface would steal 20 berries, when Peeta just showed her what the bush looks like. So the argument is, she wanted to kill herself, to save Katniss, and Peeta (since she knows two can survive). But why not just go eat her own berries? At any point during this whole thing?
My argument is that she ate Peeta’s berries for two reasons. One, she wanted to show Peeta that the berries were poisonous, because she didn’t want Katniss to lose him. And, Two. She wanted Katniss to know, or have the opportunity to deduce, that Foxface was in love with her. There’s any number of ways she could kill herself, but she did it publicly, revealing that she’s not only been following Katniss and Peeta, but to put the question in her mind: Why steal 20 berries from Peeta?
This is a fascinating theory.
THAT IS THE MOST HEARTBREAKING QUEER HEADCANON I HAVE EVER READ
Umm can we talk about Carrie Underwood’s dress right now?
I dind’t even watch the grammys and I am obsessed with this dress.
I do not give a shit about the Grammys and I give even less of a shit about Carrie Underwood, but holy shit that dress. That’s fucking MAGIC.
One Shade of Grey
An in-progress complete annotation of Fifty Shades of Grey.
I love you.
Mail it to the author when you’re done.
You’re my new hero.
no shut up i want a copy of this i will pay you oh my god
I read more of the book than I ever have before in this post. So perfect. I especially love the “Yes I am [gay]. Book over.”, the red flag drawing, and the safeword rage.
This is quite funny, and it made me laugh. However….
I feel rotten for the author. All she did was write a story. Just like many of us write stories. She got lucky, and someone paid her, and it got published, and gained notoriety, but…. If someone made these kinds of comments on AO3, for example, they’d be an unmitigated asshole, right? ’You don’t like it, you don’t read it,” kind of thing, yeah? Ripping the author to shreds seems… unnecessarily hurtful: she’s no different than you or I.
Now, if you want to go to town on the publisher/editor, that seems like a more viable target.
I just read this and think… what if this were MY first published work? How would this make me feel? Frankly, I’d never want to write again. I’d be too terrified.