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I'm not sure if this is supposed to be a description of me or my blog...whatever. My name is Starr, I'm 16 and thats about all im willing to put on here...yeah

clashing-oceans:

Why aren’t we talking about Dylan sprouse have you SEEN his tweets?

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GUYS SERIOUSLY 
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G U Y S
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abbygubler:

itssexualhour:

My parents are both pastors and once I was fucking this one dude who’s dad was the pastor of the rival church and he whispered ‘talk biblical to me’ so i started reciting Psalms  23 and we ended up getting into a competition of who could recite the most bible versus before they cummed

the fuck kind of romeo and juliet is this 

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life-luxuries:

styleofdress:

because i hate it when people post these without recipes, here are all of them. some of these aren’t EXACTLY the same, but they’re close enough to still be delicious.

triple layer brownie cake / cherry bliss brownie / chocolate truffle layer cake / snickers peanut butter brownie ice cream cake / surprise inside ice cream balls / chocolate filled cream puffs / brownie cookies / chocolate snickers cake / chocolate lasagna / double chocolate brownies

Give me now pls

*breathes heavily*

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wrathofhomestuck:

shouldnt:

FREEDOM

i both despise and adore america

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theultimateginger:

artbylexie:

twowhovianhearts:

fishtwigz:

History according to Tumblr.

I’M CRYING I’M IN HYSTERICS I DON’T THINK I’LL EVER RECOVER THIS MEANS I CANNOT GO TO COLLEGE ON WEDNESDAY THANK YOU

Putting this on my main blog because I know everyone loves history as much as I do and needs to laugh.

I think this just gets funnier every time I see it.

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Reblog if you’ve ever cried over the death of a fictional character

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dallonsmiles:

ryansgayliner:

the thrilling saga in which Panic! owns the fuck out of WBC

A+ handling of the situation

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isi-the-fangirl:

Okay seriously, I’ve never seen this guy get any credit, but check this out. Steve had just given his speech that Hydra had infiltrated SHIELD and Project Insight was their means of taking total control. Project Insight, which must have taken hundreds of mislead SHIELD employees several months if not years to get this far, and suddenly all priorities are reversed with a few words from the Star Spangled Man With A Plan. So when Rumlow marches in and orders this kid to go through with it, he stares him down for a good 20 seconds, demanding “Is there a problem?” twice in the process. Everyone else is watching in tense silence. This guy is clearly terrified and probably in shock knowing everything he worked for was a Hydra crafted lie, but he sticks with his morals and finally works up the courage to say no, not happening. This is everyday heroism, on par with the man in the Avengers who stood up to Loki when he ordered everyone to kneel. It’s sticking up for what’s right, even in the face of repercussions and knowing your actions alone won’t stop what’s happening. At least you had the strength of character to do the right thing, when it would have been so much easier to follow along and not make yourself a target.

Give this kid a medal.

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isi-the-fangirl:

Okay seriously, I’ve never seen this guy get any credit, but check this out. Steve had just given his speech that Hydra had infiltrated SHIELD and Project Insight was their means of taking total control. Project Insight, which must have taken hundreds of mislead SHIELD employees several months if not years to get this far, and suddenly all priorities are reversed with a few words from the Star Spangled Man With A Plan. So when Rumlow marches in and orders this kid to go through with it, he stares him down for a good 20 seconds, demanding “Is there a problem?” twice in the process. Everyone else is watching in tense silence. This guy is clearly terrified and probably in shock knowing everything he worked for was a Hydra crafted lie, but he sticks with his morals and finally works up the courage to say no, not happening. This is everyday heroism, on par with the man in the Avengers who stood up to Loki when he ordered everyone to kneel. It’s sticking up for what’s right, even in the face of repercussions and knowing your actions alone won’t stop what’s happening. At least you had the strength of character to do the right thing, when it would have been so much easier to follow along and not make yourself a target.

Give this kid a medal.

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Anonymous asked: Why do you think peeta Mellark is a bad person?


Answer:

lovelysodapop:

liamselfworth:

oooohkay.

i just want you to know in advance that i hate the character, but i do understand his purpose in the trilogy, as well, my *hate* doesn’t spill over to josh hutcherson at all and i love joshifer. we cool?

okay this is why cassie hates peeta:

  1. Peeta has fallen in love with the idea of Katniss as opposed to who she actually is; and projects his own problematic fantasies onto her. It’s an unhealthy habit which diminishes both characters. From the first book, Katniss’ internal monologue informs the reader that she often feels overwhelmed and weak, that she struggles and lives in poverty and her decision to volunteer for the Hunger Games is because she lives for Prim, not because she’s a hero. Peeta is the one who sees her as this beacon of light because he has projected strength, courage, and power on to her. Never in the books is Katniss any of those things. Those are  all words Suzanne Collins uses to describe the Mockingjay, who is nothing more than a child soldier and political pawn used as a living piece of propaganda. That’s who Peeta really loves; a unwilling hero he helped create to ensure that the love life he fantasized about has literally one shot in hell of being a real thing. Even in the epilogue, he never learns or chooses to love Katniss. He marries and has children with a woman who’s wartime trauma destroyed who she was- and gleefully sticks around to pick up the pieces and help put together the Katniss he wants. Why do I say that? Well…
  2. Peeta killed two birds with one stone in creating a love story for the Capitol and effectively exercised his ownership over 16-year-old Katniss’ life from the very moment the Capitol announced them as winners. C’mon. Peeta clearly understands how to play the fame game, and it wouldn’t have taken a genius to realize that if the showmance did work; then the Capitol would expect to be assured about how completely genuine it was every year during the Games. As victors, Peeta understands they will become celebrities, and knows long before Haymitch tells Katniss that what that means for him is that the corrupt government and citizen sheep will essentially guarantee his future with his dream girl. If they won’t, then she will, because to deny their love would be to rebel against the Capitol, and that means her family would be punished, which is the only thing Katniss would never allow, right? Even if you believe in noble!Peeta, who only began the showmance hoping it would end in just Katniss being declared the victor, he guaranteed that even if he died, he would still have to be her one true love. For ratings, you know?
  3. Peeta is a privelaged asshole (and it really isn’t his fault).What else are readers supposed to get out of the cave scene, when he tells her about his first memory of her singing in their kindergarten class? There, we see Peeta’s privileged worldview has already taken root as a child. At home, he may be abused and forced to work, but he fuels his power fantasy by living in Katniss’ world. He watches her because she inspires him as living proof that life is so much worse, not because of any kind of love; not even a childish crush. In our world, this is exactly equal to being happy to see, for example, impoverished children playing soccer in internet pictures, because the kids are so carefree while you have a multitude of first-world problems to deal with. Fans who watched only the movie will better remember the scene in which Katniss’ story about him throwing her bread in the rain is shown; which has a similar effect. It shows that Peeta is neither selfless or genuinely pitying of a poor girl who is likely starving to death outside the bakery; but that he is part and product of the class system in Panem, and seeing those with less boosts his self-esteem even when he is being broken down by his abusive mother. Kinda sick, but I mean, it’s The Hunger Games.Sick is okay, just like how 
  4. Suzanne Collins uses Peeta to validate the victimhood complex, which is extremely disturbing given these books are recommended reading for kids as young as 5th-6th grade. According to the books- Peeta was abused as a child, which excuses his power fantasy, his privilege, and his insane level of investment in any of his relationships with Katniss. She was his escape, which makes the way he has reduced her to his happy place as opposed to a real human with serious problems okay. After being hijacked, Peeta tries to kill Katniss, but is not obligated to take ownership because he, not the 17-year-old he tried to strangle, is the victim in the situation. Obviously, Peeta still loves Katniss and his trying to kill her is a minor obstacle which should not trouble her because Peeta is amazing and she should stick around to see it! MANY PARTNERS OF MILITARY MEMBERS WHO SUFFER FROM VIOLENT PTSD OUTBURSTS RATIONALIZE STAYING WITH A DANGEROUS PARTNER FOR THE SAME REASONS AND OFTEN ARE STAYING IN VIOLENT ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIPS BECAUSE THEY DO NOT REALIZE THE ARE BECOMING VICTIMS OF THEIR PARTNERS AND DO NOT ASK FOR THEIR PARTNERS TO TAKE OWNERSHIP FOR THEIR ACTIONS. 11 AND 12 YEARS OLDS ARE LITERALLY READING A MANUAL FOR STAYING IN TOXIC RELATIONSHIP EXPECTING IT TO END THE SAME WAY PEETA AND KATNISS’ BULLSHIT EPILOGUE DOES 

I can’t believe someone actually thinks all this. I have no words.

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