you think im makeup
without any pretty on
Finnick Odair was forced to prostitute himself by the people who put him in an arena to be murdered for their own entertainment and then when he survived all that and he finally got to marry the woman he loved he was mauled to death by mutts in a sewer and none of his friends even tried to save him so now he will never get to see the son he didn’t even know he was going to have.
Something really cute that Lupita Nyong’o does on Instagram is pose her dress, shoes, accessories and awards/memorabilia together. As a Lupita stan and a photographer myself, I could not love this any more than I already do. Way too cute!
you know what’s cute
a baby fucking ocelot
John, If Hanzel used to get tired just walking some meteres, how could her lungs support her having sex with Gus?
A lot of people ask this question.
First, people with all kinds of disabilities can and do have sex.
Secondly, despite what I guess you are seeing in porn or in the movies, sexual intercourse does not have to be a particularly aerobic activity. I suppose it’s helpful if at least one partner can do some work, but you’ll recall that Gus ascended the stairs at the Anne Frank House with relative ease.
Thirdly, I don’t know how y’all are doing it, but it’s not that challenging.
I was wondering about the significance of Hazel gradually slipping into calling Augustus "Gus" towards the end of his life. I never even noticed it was happening until Augustus himself pointed it out.
Yes, well, I had to have Gus point it out just in case you weren’t noticing it. :)
Augustus is a big name. It’s the name of the first emperor of the Roman Empire, a name one associates with confidence and bravado and marble statues and stuff. Gus is a much shorter, smaller name—the kind of name that appears in children’s picture books, for instance. In some ways, they’re opposites: the one a big, strong man; the other, a fragile and endangered little boy.
Hazel calls him Gus more as she knows him better, as the manic pixie dream boy falls away and she comes to know and grapple with and love this fragile, desperate, beautiful boy.
When they’re on the plane together and his facade breaks down and he gets nervous and excited about flying for the first time and she can’t help but like him, that’s Gus. When he’s using big words slightly incorrectly, that’s Augustus. :)
i’m crying so much
moment of silence for all the movies that have been overlooked because they’re popular, blockbuster science fiction and fantasy movies that the academy has decided not to take seriously
- Iron Man 3
- Star Trek: Into Darkness
- Pacific Rim
- Thor 2
- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
- The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug
we know you were all wonderful