mecraphyros:

timelordangel:

we’ve all got that weird pretty big secret that we don’t really hide but like we don’t flaunt it like “My brother died of cancer” or “I’m gay” or “I tried to kill myself last year” or anything really and when you find out somebody’s big plot twist you know you’re in this friendship for the long run

yes

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seansoo:

but why do we have to get married and have children

why can’t we just get a group of friends and live happily ever after in an apartment and share the profits

i’d be much happier that way

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gentlemanbones:

These almond cookies are very aggressive.

gentlemanbones:

These almond cookies are very aggressive.

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movewithyourthoughts:

flamingmuse:

lizinprogress:

Oh, Adam. You were adorable, and you knew Kurt was something special. Obviously I didn’t want you to be endgame, but I sure would have liked to have seen more of you.

It only would have strengthened the Kurt story and the Klaine story to see Kurt trying to find love with this very nice boy and it just not being as special, not being the same, not being magic.  I would have liked to see Kurt see the difference, not just because he wasn’t over Blaine but because he realized he couldn’t be.

I’m sad that Adam just disappeared and his story was basically forgotten, because where the plot was going could have been fantastic character development for Kurt.

Adam was Kurt’s dream boy, on paper. When Kurt was a preteen dreaming of New York, Adam is the perfect boyfriend that Kurt would have imagined. A handsome English boy, who’s a hip New Yorker but also understands what it’s like to be an outcast. A man who can sing, who’s funny and sweet. A man who sees Kurt as Leading Male material and encourages him to take these dream roles. And this boy falls in love with Kurt first, so there’s no unrequited love. Adam is literally everything Kurt dreamed of…before meeting Blaine.

Kurt tries to move on from Blaine by focusing on the dreams he’s always had, but the “boy he always wanted” wasn’t even comparable to Blaine. Even when Adam fulfills everything on Kurt’s checklist, even when Kurt holds all the cards and feels in control of the situation…he doesn’t love Adam like he does Blaine. Meeting Adam made Kurt realize that your “dream” boy may not be your soulmate. Love doesn’t mean getting 100% of the personality traits you want. Love is messy and complicated and not that simple.

He meets his perfect fantasy boy, and all he wants is Blaine. It was a critical moment for Kurt, and Glee barely explored it.

fashionofglee:

Jenna Ushkowitz tweets about her socks, Los Angeles, August 19, 2014
We’re just suckers for pretty printed socks - you can nab Jenna’s floral ones from a bunch of different stores, like Anthropologie, Zappos, Shopbop, or Swell.
Stance Garden Punk Tomboy Socks - $14.00

fashionofglee:

Jenna Ushkowitz tweets about her socks, Los Angeles, August 19, 2014

We’re just suckers for pretty printed socks - you can nab Jenna’s floral ones from a bunch of different stores, like Anthropologie, Zappos, Shopbop, or Swell.

Stance Garden Punk Tomboy Socks - $14.00

You think ‘Okay, I get it, I’m prepared for the worst’, but you hold out that small hope, see, and that’s what fucks you up. That’s what kills you. Stephen King, “Joyland”  (via revoult)

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nadiacreek:

devoncarrots:

sizvideos:

Watch it in video

THIS IS

PHENOMENAL

There’s something positive about George W. Bush on my dash. Is it the apocalypse?

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charisteapot:

My work called Moonlamp.
This one I gave my friend.
It’s painted in ink.

charisteapot:

My work called Moonlamp.

This one I gave my friend.

It’s painted in ink.

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