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I love how this Disneyworld Peter Pan fandom has risen out of nowhere
Don’t you mean the Peter Pandom?
venezuelan poodle moth
No sir i think that’s a pokemon
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Team work, chums!
“I’ll just fly over and pick her —”
“… Dam the river with rocks?”
“Dry it up with my heat vision, then.”
“No. C’mon, dude. Let the kid have this one. You just … stand there. Right there. Hold onto the tree.”
“I don’t have to hold onto the tree.”
“I KNOW. Just … for the kid, okay? For show.”
I hate it when people say that Asians get plastic surgery to look like “westerners”. It’s just wrong. Completely wrong. I saw this Aussie interview a while back, and the woman was like “I think they’re denying their heritage.” Seriously, woman? Have you seen the descriptions of the ancient…
Rainbow Rowell, Eleanor and Park (via 1kyu84)
I do not know how to express to you my feelings for this book. I am so in love with everything about it, yet I despise that it has ended. I simultaneously want Eleanor and Park to be my best friends, or I want to be a caring adult in their lives. Park’s parents are the type of caring, yet stern parents I want to be when I become a mother. Eleanor’s mom is everything I hate, yet I want to understand her. My heart sank into this book and I have no intention of getting it back. I want to imagine Eleanor and Park for the rest of my life. To think of what their relationship was, what it could have been, and where it is now. I think of love in such a fantastical way because authors like Rainbow Rowell allow me the freedom to see it in its pure innocence. It is just love, nothing more and nothing less.
Eleanor and Park
My current read. This actually made me laugh out loud. Partly because I’ve asked the same question myself… (via beatattitude)