When I was a kid and adults would ask me,”What do you want to be when you’re all grown up?” I never thought to reply with, “healthy.”
Films in 2014
- But I’m a Cheerleader… (1999, dir. Jamie Babbit)
Go on ANON and tell me what you think of me. I do not want to know who it is, at all. Don’t tell me who it is, don’t give me hints, don’t say your screen name. Tell me exactly what you think of me. Don’t sugarcoat things. Don’t lie. If you hate me, tell me why. Tell me what I’m doing wrong. If you like me, tell me why. Tell me exactly what you think of me.
Things that need to stop being in kid shows.
"I can’t lose to a girl"
"I can’t believe I lost to a girl"
"you let a girl beat you"
If you keep showing these types of mindsets to kids they’re going to think they should think that way as well.
Some people say they dislike TFIOS because the dialogue in it is “unrealistic” of how teenagers speak. They never heard kids their age speak like that! I find this interesting because the first time I read it, I actually disliked the dialogue because it was too much like how my fellow teens spoke. So similar, in fact, it gave me the hibejeebees. It made me realize how unoriginal and predictable half the stuff we say is.
“Look into my eyes so you know what it’s like to live a life not knowing what a normal life’s like.”
Short Term 12 (2013)
MONKEYS in the ARCTIC?! whats next, vampires on the weekend?!
but imagine if there were dragons
guys, a disco is not an appropriate place to panic about this
Boy, this is quite a fall out
I think this romance of mine might be a bit chemical