Books that involve characters that struggle with mental illness because there isn’t enough awareness about it out there.
- The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
- Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen
- Last Night I Sang to the Monster by Benjamin Alire Sáenz
- The Museum of Intangible Things by Wendy Wunder
- The Program by Suzanne Young
- Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta
- Suicide Notes by Michael Thomas Ford
- We Need To Talk About Kevin by Lionel Shriver
- Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson
ARE YOU WATCHING “THE FLASH”?
IF NOT, YOU SHOULD BE:
- Its pilot was the most watched series premiere that’s ever aired on The CW
- Queer representation, including the introduction of an openly-gay villain (portrayed by an openly bisexual actor) and an openly-gay…
in which a gay cover of one of the most quintessential modern american love songs is a thing that exists
An all-female vocal mix for getting ready, walking down the street, or any other occasion you see fit.
Imagine if they re-released Captain America: The First Avenger as a black-and-white film…
Except for the last scene….
THAT WOULD BE PERFECT CAN WE PLEASE GET MARK RUFFALO TO SEE THIS BECAUSE HE WILL TALK FOR US PLEASE
im gonna keep reblogging this until this happens
is this the rise of the brave tangled frozen dragons
no actually it’s even better than that
this is a still from a 1990 television special entitled, “cartoon all-stars to the rescue,” which, literally, was absolutely nothing but half an hour of beloved children’s cartoon characters attempting to get that kid in the blue to stop smoking pot.
it opens with a brief clip of george h.w. bush and barbara bush sitting in the oval office, petting their dog. the president of the united states looks into the camera and says, “some of your favourite cartoon characters will help you understand how drugs and alcohol can ruin your life.”
and that brief clip alone would be worth the price of admission but then we get into the actual story, which begins with a teenage boy smashing his kid sister’s piggy bank to buy pot. while alvin and the chipmunks look on in abject terror. and winnie the pooh exclaims, “oh my!” and then the kid runs off to buy pot in an alley and bugs bunny appears out of nowhere dressed as a cop, picks a joint off the pavement, and launches into an anti-drug spiel.
it’s actually really not the kind of thing that can be put into words so here’s the full half-hour video, knock yourself out
oh my GOD
Hi, I have a cell phone account with you guys, and I lost my phone. I was wondering if you could turn the GPS on for me. Name’s Wedge Antilles, social is 2474. Thank you.
The name Sam used, Wedge Antilles, is from Star Wars
Wedge was pressured to join the Rebel Alliance (good guys) but kept saying no because he didn’t want to be a soldier. He left home on a job and came back to find his girlfriend had been killed by the Imperials (dark side). He quickly joined the Rebel Alliance because he wanted to get revenge for the loss of the woman he loved (x)
Dean knew that Sam would identify with Wedge because they share a tragic story
hyperbole is my favorite literary device i use it like 600 times a day
Harry Potter: Next Generation Seasons 15 -
James Potter - Nicholas Hoult
Albus Potter - Logan Lerman
Lily Potter - Georgie Henley
Hugo Weasely- Eddie Redmayne
Rose Weasely- Sophie Turner
Victoire Weasley- Teresa Palmer
Dominique Weasley- Dianna Agron
Louis Weasley- Max Irons
Scorpius Malfoy - Alex Pettyfer
Teddy Lupin - Luke Newberry
Fred Weasley II - Dudley O’shaughnessy
Roxanne Weasley - Katerina Graham
Lorcan & Lysander Scamander - Hunter Parrish
"I went to France quite a bit in the last year. I love Paris. I would be a mute and just walk around. I went a couple of months ago, and now I can’t walk around anymore. Now I’m “Holland from Teen Wolf.” I went to Rome for the first time, and [went around] discovering these other little Italian towns, and people knew me. That was bizarre!"