Just another part of the freak show.


spectr0-magic:

words to live by




See, this is why no one lets you make the plans.


Our founders (…) divided us into five groups, factions, to keep the peace.
The smart ones, the ones who value knowledge and logic are in Erudite. They know everything.
Amity farm the land. They’re all about kindness and harmony, always happy.
Candor value honesty and order. They tell the truth even when you wish they wouldn’t.
And then there’s Dauntless. They’re our protectors, our soldiers, our police. I always thought they were amazing. Brave, fearless and free. Some people think Dauntless are crazy, which they kind of are.
My faction is Abnegation. The other all us “stiffs”. We lead a simple life, selfless, dedicated to helping others. We even feed the factionless, the ones who don’t fit in anywhere. Because we’re public servants we’re trusted to run the government.

image-of-you-and-i:

Ahh the beginning… 

 


floozys:

when i see posts making fun of white, cis or able bodied people i either A) laugh B) learn something new about what trans, people of colour and disabled people go through or C) analyze my own behaviour. That’s it. I don’t feel attacked or “oppressed” and i seriously don’t understand or sympathise with cis/white/straight/able bodied/men who do lmao  


compasswaters:

lavender brown gets more hate for how she handles unrequited romantic feelings than snape does and i find that incredibly disturbing



Voldemort is my past, present and future.


The R-Rated Version of the Tag Game!

mssubtext:

Type each of these words into the tag bar and select the first tag that pops up:

  • Fuck
  • Shit
  • Unf
  • Sex
  • Damn
  • Ass
  • Moan
  • Bitch

What would I do without Peeta? I can't imagine life without him... 



I love poetry, and I love poetry about love. I think poetry as a form is about the that simplest literature can get, it’s… all of the trimmings have been stripped away, and really great poets have got to the heart of the matter by using very, very few, brilliant words, to make you feel something, which, for most people, is inexpressible.