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I am just so sad and angry and I hate being angry and I hate being around angry people and I just want it to stop

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guys I’ve just been so mad and annoyed all day

I try my hardest to stay away for all those toxic, angry, negative people in my life but some how they manage to be around me today

actually they are around me constantly

And it’s just the ATTITUDE that throws me off

Why do you have to be so rude? Why do you have to complain constantly? Why do you have to say stuff like that? Like do you even think before you speak? You KNOW those words hurt other people right? Oh right you don’t care

There’s this girl who isn’t the friendliest and she doesn’t have many friends in general, but she has her moments when she’s funny and nice and we talk and stuff and I always listen to her talk about anime because I know she loves talking about it even though I don’t really care. But today I asked her “oh we are in this room today?” And she was like “no you need to go to the other room and do paper work for the teacher and I’m staying here because I have actual WORK to do” and I know it doesn’t sound rude if you’re reading this but in real life it was. Like okay???? That was so unnecessary?? Who cares?? I stayed in there anyways and plus she was on her phone the entire time. All I said was “…….oh……okay”

Oh and this other girl. THIS OTHER GIRL AT CLINICALS TODAY. See I’m at clinicals with one of my best friends. But there are other students there and this chick is so rude and mean. She has that constant resting bitch face on. She talks to my friend and I like we’re stupid. She says comments that’s just so unnecessary. She even told my friend “okay you don’t have to be rude about it” and we just gave each other a LOOK. LIKE LOOK WHO’S TALKING. I wanted to say “you’re the one who is rude” so badly. My friend tells me all the time how her comments hurts her and she just smile and laugh it off. And I do the same thing but like…….I’m so tired of it. We have to see her tomorrow too and next week and I’m just ugh

I really am tired of it. Like I honestly just cried lol I think I’m going to start calling them out of it, for real. I can’t keep just killing them with kindness because their negative vibes are way too strong. Like my friends who are kinda sassy are starting to hurt me now even though I know they are kidding

I just want everyone to think before they say anything, smile once in a while, and just. be. nice

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Oh boy do I have stuff to tell y’all

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Anon or not, make me choose between:Show: _______ or ________ ?
Character: ________ or _________ ?
Pairing: _________ or _________ ?
Anything: ________ or _________ ?

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What do you mean?  You went on all of those adventures with them, didn’t you?

That is the best answer ever

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Teen Wolf spin-off about Danny living his life in Beacon Hills during canon thus far, showing him hanging out with Jackson and Lydia, Lydia setting Danny up on dates, Jackson being Danny’s wingman at clubs, Danny having a computer hacking business on the side, and in every episode, Scott and Stiles are running around in the background shouting about werewolves and casually bleeding.

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Do you ever start a series and the entire time you’re watching the first episode you have your eye on that one character?


That one.

I want him.

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when someone tells you about how much they love a character that dies later on



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Anonymous inquired:
   So what was your opinion on the how I met your mother finale? I'd love to hear your detailed opinion and what you think should have changed if you want to give it :)   


Alright, this will be long, this will be ragey and it will be extremely negative. You have been warned.

The HIMYM finale is the worst series finale I have seen since Dan Humphrey was revealed to be Gossip Girl (in fact, that made more sense). Everything the show has worked towards, everything the audience has fallen in love with, every character we have watched grow and evolve, all undone in forty-five minutes. Putting all that aside, the episode itself was poorly filmed and scripted; the pacing was bizarre and felt very rushed, the dialogue wasn’t as funny as it could have been and when I watched the episode I got the same feeling I do from reading a lazy and overloaded epilogue. But that aside, let’s get down to the true atrocities, the events of the episode.

Unpopular opinion time; I’ve never liked Barney and Robin as a couple. Their first attempt at a relationship was disastrous with them bailing on it before even truly trying to make it work. For the next few seasons we were treated to way too many “will they or won’t they” moments, which were particularly grating because they only seemed to pop up when the other was in a relationship (somewhat reminiscent of Ross and Rachel on Friends). And I loathed The Robin, which was basically Barney manipulating Robin (in an atrocious fashion) into marrying him. That being said, I was resigned to the fact that they were getting married and several of the episodes in Season 9 did attempt to address their issues and have them resolve to be together. We finally saw them get married and take that final step.

And then it’s all undone within fifteen minutes. Now, I could actually believe that Robin and Barney would eventually end up divorced. I think Ted was right when he said you can’t have two Alphas in a relationship. It’s hard for two dominant personalities to exist easily within a relationship, constantly letting pride get in the way, refusing to give in during fights, battling for dominance in the dynamic. Couple that with the constant fears and doubts in their relationship which never one hundred per cent disappeared and you have a recipe for a very tumultuous relationship. So, yes, I could see Barney and Robin getting a divorce. But not like this.

Not with Robin’s career as the catalyst and Barney regressing to the immature young man of Season 1, whingeing about being bored and not being able to update his blog. This was awful, sloppy writing, which punished Robin for her career ambitions (something the show had not done previously) and undid all of the progress made with Barney Stinson. The fans and the characters deserved more than a short, badly-written scene in which neither character fought for the relationship and the reason for the break up was flimsy and out of character. The entirety of Season 9 was building up to the final step of this relationship, to getting both of them down the aisle and for the relationship to be so completely and sloppily decimated so abruptly is an insult.

And that’s not even going into what happened to both characters in the wake of the divorce. Did we get to see Robin decide that her career really has always been the most important thing, throw herself into work with determination and enjoy her immense success? No. Instead we get a lonely and bitter woman, who chooses a life of solitude (shitting all over one of her best friends in the progress), longing for a guy she repeatedly rejected (for good and solid reasons) and feeling empty and alone. And Barney - do we get a reformed man, sad and regretful (but at peace with) his failed marriage but determined to better himself and make another real connection with a woman? No. Instead we are treated to a return of Season 1 Barney, a pathetic, misogynistic womanizer, treating females like crap, writing another playbook and regressing more than I ever seen a character regress. And the brilliant way to finally have Barney change? A random love-child with a woman who doesn’t even receive a name and a sweet but very abrupt and somewhat bizarre bonding scene with his newborn baby. Absolutely horrendous.

The rest of the characters don’t fare much better. Lily and Marshall are used as supporting characters, reacting and responding to the events around them, but with little development of their own. We are at least informed that Marshall returned to corporate law and did eventually become a judge, finally moving on to the supreme court. But what of Lily? Her character is entirely ignored in this episode. We find out nothing about her. We don’t know if her year in Italy was a success, if she’s still painting, if she’s still teaching, if she found success as artist. Lily is a fantastic, amazing character with her own dreams and desires and we don’t get to see any of them realised. The finale takes her and Marshall and turns them from rich, three-dimensional characters into supporting players, all but irrelevant to the plot.

And speaking of irrelevant, can we please talk about what this episode did to the character of the mother and by extension, the entire premise of the show. For nine freakin’ seasons we have waited for this woman. We have suffered through Ted’s failed romances and ridiculous at times somewhat pathetic attempts to find “the one”. We’ve watched his obsession with Robin and seen him let her go time and again. And the whole time it was worth it because we knew that at the end of all of this, Ted would find the Mother and he would finally settle down. She has been a vital character since the opening scene and when Cristin Milioti walked onto the screen and asked for one ticket to Farhampton, the audience fell in love and continued to fall in love over every interaction with her in Season 9. She was presented as a wonderful character and the show clearly displayed how it wasn’t just Ted who was waiting for her, it was all of them.

And it was all for nothing. Instead of a wonderful ending to a long (and sometimes frustrating story) the Mother is fridged to make way for a couple who should have been over in Season 3. It would have been fine to write the Mother’s death into the show if that’s all it was (and it would have added a bittersweet touch to the overall arc). It should not have been used as the catalyst for Ted and Robin to end up together. To kill off the Mother so abruptly, so clumsily, smacks of bad writing. We don’t even find out exactly what she’s dying of, how long they lived with the illness before it finally claimed her or how her children dealt with the loss. We don’t see anyone grieve over her, as if he character really was irrelevant. Really, in the end it basically ends up looking like Ted used the Mother to have kids (which he couldn’t do with Robin, even if she changed her mind) before returning to the real love of his life. Which brings us to the very worst part of the episode, the event that rendered an entire series moot; Ted and Robin being endgame, the only event in the finale that should never have happened, no matter the circumstances.

For nine years we have watched Ted chase Robin. At first because he genuinely loves her but later because he comes to love an idealised version of her, which he returns to whenever he is at a particularly low point in his life. Ted and Robin is Season 2 were a very sweet couple and they were genuinely happy. The only reason they broke up was because they wanted completely different things, which was a good and solid reason. They realised they wouldn’t work and they parted ways amicably. However, over the next few years, Ted starts to build up that relationship in his mind, because of all his relationships, it actually was the best and the easiest. No one was married or opposing his lifelong dream, or pining for their ex or moving to Germany. With every failed relationship, Ted adds another layer to his idealization of Robin, culminating in a very unhealthy obsession, which he does, finally let go off in the penultimate episode. He finally realises that he doesn’t love Robin, he loves the idealized version of her and he relinquishes the last lingering feelings he has, which enables him to connect instantly with the Mother with nothing holding him back.

Then, suddenly, we’re right back where we started. Back to Season 1 Ted, holding up a blue french horn to a woman who will never want him the way he wants her. Everything the show has built, every story told, every step taken, every character that has evolved is all undone in that final scene. We’re back at the beginning; we might as well have never left that first episode.

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Dylan O’Brien for ‘Fashionisto’ (2014)

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