if I was to describe finnick in three words I’d have to say it’d be sexy, charismatic and charming. 

"If I were just your average 23-year-old girl, and I called the police to say that there were strange men sleeping on my lawn and following me to Starbucks, they would leap into action. But because I am a famous person, well, sorry, ma’am, there’s nothing we can do. It makes no sense … I am just not OK with it. It’s as simple as that. I am just a normal girl and a human being, and I haven’t been in this long enough to feel like this is my new normal. I’m not going to find peace with it."
— Jennifer Lawrence (Vogue US)
senor-bizarro:

I LOVE BOOZE
BOOZE LOVES ME
HOLY SHIT I HAVE TO PEE
I’M SO SMASHED I’M FALLING ON THE FLOOR
ALCOHOLIC DINOSAUR

senor-bizarro:

I LOVE BOOZE

BOOZE LOVES ME

HOLY SHIT I HAVE TO PEE

I’M SO SMASHED I’M FALLING ON THE FLOOR

ALCOHOLIC DINOSAUR


Yesterday we were just children. 

Yesterday we were just children. 

“I remember the first day that I got the part, the newspapers were filled with: OK, these are the three chosen kids, let’s look at the track records of other child stars and let’s see how they fared. There was story after story of drugs, alcohol problems, whatever. I think I was terrified to try drugs, because I had been conditioned to believe that this would be my downfall, if I tried drugs. It seemed like such an obvious thing not to do, not to go down that route. There were just so many examples, example after example after example. I think I was afraid. It just didn’t seem like a clever idea to experiment too much when I’d read all these stories as a kid about child actors who went crazy over drugs and alcohol. But I suppose the real answer is that I have just never been very curious about them.” -Emma Watson

Meryl Streep as Donna Sheridan in Mamma Mia (2008)

PRETTY LITTLE LIARS THEORY

okay.  I don’t usually post pretty little liars but it’s my new obsession and I needed to post this somewhere.

So I was rewatching 4.05 when they visit Cicero College and something struck me. 

I have an obsession with musicals, so I don’t know why this didn’t occur to me the first time I watched the episode, but this time around I immediately thought of the Cell Block Tango from Chicago (“Pop! Six! Squish! Uh Uh! Cicero! Lipschitz!”  Now for those of you who aren’t familiar with the song, it’s pretty much about a bunch of women who murdered their husbands (Pleasant, right?)


Now I’m probably looking waaaay too much into this but here are the lyrics to the part about Cicero:

My sister, Veronica and I had this double actAnd my husband, Charlie traveled around with usWith the last number in our actWe did 20 acrobatic tricks in our world
One two three four five, splits, spread eaglesFlip flops, back flips, one right after the otherWell, this one night we were in Cicero
The three of us, we were in this hotel roomBoozin’ and havin’ a few laughs and we ran out of iceSo I went out to get some
I come back, open the doorThere’s Veronica and CharlieDoing number seventeen, the spread eagle
Well, I was in such a state of shock, I completely blacked outI can’t remember a thing, it wasn’t until laterWhen I was washing the blood off my hands
I even knew they were dead

So here’s my theory: 

I think this could possibly be a hint about Alison’s murder- perhaps had to do with her having an affair with someone (Ian? Who knows) and this affair led that person’s significant other to commit murder

 

JUST A THOUGHT and as I said I’m probably looking way too much into this but I thought the relation was kinda cool.  Let me know what you think!

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