We’re the perfect couple. Everything but the sex.
My best friend just died.

I think I’m a sociopath

myka4hg:

My jaw almost hit the floor during this scene. Dallas continues to surpass itself every episode. OMG, the drama!

amandabynesustogether:

mean girls came out on april 30th 2004. the 10 year anniversary is this year and april 30th is a wednesday and if the whole world does not wear pink i’m moving to saturn

outellect:

on a scale from 1 to sansa stark, how much do you regret your childhood crush

"Where I live, there are a lot of apathetic people. People who don’t care at all about what they do or how they do it. They let the world wash over them and barely notice anyone else is even there. Leslie Knope is not one of these people. She cares about everything and everyone in our town. I don’t know how she does it. People come to her with the pettiest, stupidest problems and she cares, like, really, actually cares what happens to them. And if you’re lucky enough to be her friend, your life gets better every day. She spends every waking moment thinking of new ways to make her friends happy. There is something wonderful about seeing someone who has found her true purpose on Earth. For some people, I guess, that’s being an astronaut or a hot-dog eating champion. For Leslie, her true purpose on Earth, her true meaning is making people’s lives better. That’s what I love about her."

pagets:

If I had nothing to give…

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#danish, tlw,

“Cersei says “no” and “don’t” repeatedly, begs Jaime to stop several times, and the scene ends on weeping “it isn’t right,” while Jaime grunts “I don’t care.” If Graves filmed more of the scene, it didn’t make it into the final cut; if there’s a point at which we’re supposed to believe this is anything other than nonconsensual sex, I don’t know what it could be. It is absolutely not “consensual by the end” — plus, the idea that a rape could be “consensual by the end” is grotesque and dangerous. It plays into the worst she said no, but she meant yes pernicious lies of rape culture.”

Yes, Of Course that Was Rape on Game of Thrones by Margaret Lyons (via jetgirl78)

#this,
spunkhandsome