Be yourself. Books are meant to be read and even broken but not stuck on a shelf forever. Do what you love. Make those around you happy. Dream big and never give up. Have fun with this blog of mishmoshed randomness. Fandoms and nonsense and fun, oh my! But also you may find some serious stuff because that's important too. Getting messages is great so go ahead, or even submit something, just no hate. Hope y'all enjoy my blog! <3
  • danverskate:

    marvel studios is going through a moment where they could literally pick any character and make a successful movie if they wanted to. for fucks sake they made one about a team that not even most marvel comics fans really cared about, when no one was asking for a movie about them, a team that features a talking tree and a talking raccoon, and it had the fucking biggest box office of the year so far. stop giving me those weak ass excuses for the lack of female led movies

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  • is-getting-old:


    i feel bad for teachers because i distinctly remember my mom bursting into tears once when she was grading papers and she was just mumbling “theyre so goddamn stupid” over and over

    every time i read this i laugh a little harder

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  • listoflifehacks:

    If you like this list of life hacks, follow ListOfLifeHacks for more like it!

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  • superlockedphan:








    This.. is the best cake EVER.



    “Oh, this is a pretty cool statue - A CAKE? WHAT THE HELL?”

    What evil person would want to eat this sort of cake though.



    slow clap for the harry potter fandom

    (Source: rainblowg, via 221balloon)

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  • foxhex:


    how I wear art is none of your business

    "The difference between people with tattoos and people without tattoos is that people with tattoos don’t give a shit if you don’t have any."

    (Source: soilesusanna, via clockworktimelady)

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  • megacharizardxxx:

    "why am i so cold?" i ask myself as i continue to drink cold beverages

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  • adorability:

    I love when you become so close with someone that you can see parts of each other in one another and you begin to say the same things and steal lines from one another and have a similar sense of humor and can exchange an inside joke with just a glance you don’t even have to talk because you have such a strong connection with them and you can sit in comfortable silence but also talk for hours it’s really hard to find that kind of compatibility

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  • chipperpenchant:

    My father died two years ago and I’ve relied on financial aid for all of my university costs and living expenses while working on the side. I’m currently living with my friend and his parents, but they aren’t able to help me because my friend’s also in school to become a teacher.

    Since my financial aid file hasn’t gone through yet, I’m at risk of losing my housing and classes for this quarter unless I can pay just under $2,200 by next week.

    I have about half of the amount I need and getting above the total amount would really help me in getting books, supplies, food and a mattress for my apartment.

    Any help at all with this would be wonderful 

    Donate directly through paypal ( and send me a message of what you’d like


    buy from my Online store if you would like more than one item

    If you aren’t able to donate, please please please reblog  and signal boost this so I’m able to go back to school

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  • keepmywhiskeyneat:


    One morning, I was awakened by a knock at the door. I rolled out of bed, threw a blanket over my shoulder because it was cold, and made my way to the front of the house. I opened the door and a very nice lady of some sort of christian denomination handed me a pamphlet and launched in to a well-rehearsed spiel about accepting jesus in to my life when she stopped mid sentence and gave me a peculiar look. I used this pause in her speech to politely decline her offer and wish her a pleasant morning. It wasn’t until I looked at what she handed me that I understood why I stopped her in her tracks and then proceeded to laugh for the next half hour by myself.

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  • tardistype221b:



    I hate when the media makes The Hunger Games look like a battle for love. Get your bullshit fantasies away. This is about murder, over powered government, and a girl trying to change the way things are. News flash not every girls fantasy is to find true love.

    the irony here is that our media is doing exactly what the Capitol did in the books; downplaying the murder, focusing on the bullshit love story

    That’s not irony, that’s just plain scary

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  • Anonymous asked : There seems to be this widely perceived notion that authors agree with everything they have their main protagonist say and do. I was just wondering if you knew where how this came about, seeing as you and hazel grace are so obviously the same exact person.


    Well, authors invite this—or at least authors like me do, by putting so much of our personal selves online and engaging in conversations outside stories, so it’s a little unfair to be like, “Follow me on tumblr and twitter and youtube and instagram, but NEVER TRY TO FIND MY INSIDE MY NOVELS.” As a reader, I find it impossible to ignore the author when they’re someone I know, whether online or off.

    Also, we live in a quote culture: We see quotes all day across the Internet, and those quotes almost never come with real context. Like, the protagonist of Katherines says, “What’s the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable?” Now, I don’t think that’s a problematic approach to life, and I hope during the course of the novel Colin comes around to the idea that there’s great meaning and joy in the so-called unremarkable life. (As if anything on this planet overflowing with life is unremarkable.) But as I get older, I find myself less and less annoyed about the inevitable decontextualization that accompanies quotation. If people find something useful, okay. 

    It’s so very hard to separate yourself as a person from your work, no matter what kind of work you do. (e.g.: As a high school student, I was disengaged and sloppy with occasional moments of promise, which to me meant that as a person I was disengaged and sloppy with moments of promise. But really, who you are in your job or education is not exactly who you are.) But I am not my work. It is up to other people, if they are so kind as to read and watch the stuff I make, to judge its quality and/or usefulness. The core things I am—a husband, a father, a brother, a son, a nerdfighter, a friend, etc.—are not dependent on my books being any good. Thank God for that.

    I don’t think I answered your question. Sorry. The only answer I have to your question is that I believe books belong to their readers.

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  • "Every introvert alive knows the exquisite pleasure of stepping from the clamor of a party into the bathroom and closing the door."
    Sophia Dembling - The Introvert’s Way: Living a Quiet Life in a Noisy World  (via tomhiddlston)

    (Source: cumbered-cat, via clockworktimelady)

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  • last-on-your-lips:






    Three years ago, researchers fired whisky to the International Space Station as part of an experiment to see how the conditions in space change flavours. Next month, the whisky will return to Earth.

    Scotland’s contribution to space research. Good job.

    Not even sarcastic. Good job. I want space booze.


    Space booze.

    I wanna try it!

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