I couldn’t scroll past this.
"rock is evil"
People are fucking idiots
Every single person I’ve met in a punk or rock band have been the nicest people I’ve met in my life.
This post started out super awesome and ended horribly
MOMMY HUSKY PLAYING WITH HER BABY GOODBYE FRIENDS
look me in the eyes and tell me that if the character you hold near and dear to your heart knocked on your window in the middle of the night and said “drop everything and come with me” you wouldn’t do it you know you fucking would
Can we talk about how much I like reading nooks/alcoves? Like, look at these. I want one so badly. So cozy and secluded and comfy. (none of these images are mine- I’ve collected them over time because of my intense love of reading nooks v__v)
I know we don’t necessarily see him be obvious about it the way we’d like, but the sheer level of desperation and terror on his face any time Felicity is remotely threatened or hurt, leads me to think he legitimately lives in permanent fear of something happening to her. Like, this man has so many demons and so many nightmares; he has literally been through hell and yet, Felicity getting hurt is still one of the (if not the actual) worst things that he can think of. (amouretautresdemons)
Oh man, saying goodbye to a character that you’ve spent so much time with, is like saying goodbye to a dear friend. I’m going to miss watching Charlie grow up, I’ll always be curious as to what she could’ve done with all that strength and wit of hers. Maybe she would have ruled the nations one day. — Tracy Spiridakos
johanna mason would require that many guards
What you gotta understand is things used to be different. We used electricity for everything; for our computers, our phones. Even to grow food and pump water. But after the Blackout nothing worked. Not even car engines or jet turbines. Hell, even batteries. All of it gone forever. People starved. Sickness without medicine. Fires without firetrucks. Governments fell. Militias rose up. If you were smart you left the city. If you weren’t - you died there…
The world went insane overnight, and nobody knows why. — Aaron Pittman, S01E01.