Time is making fools of us, again.

Of course it is happening inside your head, Harry, but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?

Ask me anything  
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6:30 AM and drinking redbull. #senioryear

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Read them all here, I felt like this should be remembered somewhere because it’s really good.


If you try to tell me the Hunger Games isn’t good enough to go toe-to-toe with shit like 1984, Lord of the Flies, and Farenheit 451 then we are gonna have to throw the fuck down

This. All of this. It applies to shoujo manga and anime as well.


i remember reading about gothic literature in the 18th century, and how these novels all started off being called romances (borrowing from the french term) and a lot of their authors were women. when men entered the game prominently, they started calling their works novels—which were more ‘logical’ and based in more ‘honourable’ traditions of classical works, to give a distinction from the sentimental gothic works of women authors*.

and actually (and i hope i’m right here, i’m going off memory) gothic fiction was coined that rather early on and was meant to be an insult. because  when gothic fiction got its start, gothic architecture was so passé (this was well before the victorian gothic revival) and everyone was doing, i think, like neo-classical. which was a big cultural thing, w the age of enlightenment digging up classical greek and roman works & getting back into philosophizing etc etc. so calling it gothic after gothic architecture was meant to be a huge insult to a genre of these romances that were being written by women, and then men strolled in and gave their gothic works the classical distinction of novels.

so anyway. yeah. sexism.


*but anyone who’s read gothic fiction, by men or women, knows that it’s just a huge vat of seeping, garish absurdity (and it’s marvellous.) so really, who were these dudes kidding.

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'irina is a muslim name'
it’s actually an orthodox russian name but okay

"is lamia a real curse"

good fucking bye

"slade is a total douchebag"

ikr im such a dick

"hannah is a palindrome"

well duh

sophie is gay

Jenna is a mermaid.


"eunice is an ugly name"
did anybody ask for your opinion you bitch

"Samantha is a pretty name"
why thank u google

"emily is a tumblr"

"claire is a fat girl name"

well fuck you too

" Stephanie is a twelve-year old who often assists neighbors on weekends by babysitting their children."


I am apparently nothing, because my google doesn’t pop up anything for Taylia is

"Alec is a nickname for"
For what? I MUST KNOW

Damn right. 

"Abra is a good pokemon"


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I’m so glad this infographic exists.


I’m so glad this infographic exists.

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HELP! What do with this wall? It’s boring but also slanted and I hate it sometimes.

HELP! What do with this wall? It’s boring but also slanted and I hate it sometimes.

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Sam Pepper Exposed. 

Laci Green and many other young women have placed themselves in an extremely vulnerable position to shed some light on sexual abuse in the Youtube community and some extremely disturbing incidents directly involving Sam Pepper. Please share this video to support Laci and the victims.

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Have managed to complete 99.9% of my readings for this week this weekend. Would have gotten more stuff done, but didn’t because of factors I can’t really control. 

It’s going to feel so nice to not worry about all this when I’m majorly busy this week. 

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in all my years that i have been on this earth i have not played spin the bottle once. does this mean that i’ve never actually lived? do a lot of people actually even play spin the bottle? or is its importance and prevalence stretched and exaggerated in media? these are the questions of the hour

Are teen parties with alcohol and red solo cups even real?!!?!

Has anyone ever participated in a food fight?!?

My school had a history of repeated food fights in the school when I was there. There was always some idiot who’d try to throw a textbook. I guess one time this kid lifted up his textbook to throw and out of nowhere the guidance counselor grabs his arm shoves it back down and makes him sit down. Crazy stuff.

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