10:53am October 20, 2014
  • Superman: I still can't believe they shot at me.
  • Batman: Clark, you're bulletproof
10:47am October 20, 2014


gems of season 4

10:44am October 20, 2014


also that whole tale of aragorn and arwen thing where he saw her in the woods at twenty and fell instantly in love and it’s very beren and luthien? lies.

aragorn decided he was going to marry arwen when he was like, six.

and everyone thought it was just the

10:41am October 20, 2014

The Order of the Companions of Honour, to be a member; Dame Maggie Smith, for services to drama.

10:36am October 20, 2014


new aesthetic: pastel Bro. floral print adidas gym shorts. snapbacks w flower crowns staple on. soccer socks w lace trim. putting cutesy cell phone charms on ur nikes. pastel br 

10:32am October 20, 2014


literally how does anyone not believe in aliens

are u really so anthropocentric that you think there are millions and billions and trillions of light years of the ever expanding universe but we’re the only life to possibly exist smh

10:30am October 20, 2014



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6:48am October 20, 2014





Read them all here, I felt like this should be remembered somewhere because it’s really good.


If you try to tell me the Hunger Games isn’t good enough to go toe-to-toe with shit like 1984, Lord of the Flies, and Farenheit 451 then we are gonna have to throw the fuck down

All of this is an awesome read

And maybe I’ll have to actually read the Hunger Games now…

OKAY AND ANOTHER THING CUZ I’M STILL EXCITED about the hunger games is how much of it is about exploitation and denial of agency, how katniss’s body is absolutely a microcosm of her cause and her nation. it’s about the exploitation of resources, about control, control, control, of image, of options.

katnis is handled—she fights for her very most basic right to live and keep alive her family like the starved districts she comes from and so she accepts—has to accept— the role the capitol and later the rebellion itself lays out for her. step here. shoot this. sacrifice that. obey. and smile! and as she’s dragged through her paces so too is the exploited underclass, step for step…. and critics don’t notice, critics dismiss it, as we dismiss women and we dismiss girls.

we’re complicit in the exploitation of women. we’re complicit in the exploitation of the working class, in the consumption of cheap labor, in the consumption of bodies. these are comfortable narratives, lies we’re happy to buy— the author wrote for tv. she knows what sells and why, and she rips it all up and shows you how it works from the awful bleeding underside and still to promote the movie girls are sold capitol makeup. 

katniss’s world, her whole story, is a brutally direct allegory of the society in which collins wrote her books.

what a kick in the teeth.