Okay, she's a little bit Jane
elizabethofyork:

ya lit meme: [2/10] books or series
                       → the curseworkers trilogy by holly black

elizabethofyork:

ya lit meme: [2/10] books or series

                       → the curseworkers trilogy by holly black

catedrals:

colorintheworksepichearts-7:

footybedsheets:

"40% of Afghanistan’s skateboarders are female.100 % of those are tough as nails. " Source: @Skateistan

now that’s kickass

THIS IS THE RADDEST PICTURE I’VE EVER SEEN ROCK THE FUCK ON

catedrals:

colorintheworksepichearts-7:

footybedsheets:

"40% of Afghanistan’s skateboarders are female.100 % of those are tough as nails. "
Source: @Skateistan

now that’s kickass

THIS IS THE RADDEST PICTURE I’VE EVER SEEN ROCK THE FUCK ON

fitzefitcher:

daggerpen:

monicalewinsky1996:

Trigger warning: Breakfast

Holy shit.

reasons why we don’t make fun of seemingly odd triggers

hoechlder:

"He now has to learn a whole new way to protect himself."

Tyler Hoechlin & Meagan Tandy on Wolf Watch

please PM: so my friend and i have been debating this for months and finally want to settle it. is Ronon from the raven boys gay, bi, or ace. or simply what is Ronon attracted to.

maggie-stiefvater:

Adam Parrish.

“I’m rich in support. So are you. You grew up loved, didn’t you?”
She didn’t even have to think before she nodded.
“Me too,” Gansey said. “I never doubted it. I never even thought to doubt it. […] But growing up being told you can do anything … I used to think, before I met you, that it was about the money. Like, I thought Adam’s family was too poor for love.”
“Oh, but since we’re poor but happy —” started Blue hotly. “The cheerful peasants —”
“Don’t, please, Jane,” he interrupted. “You know what I mean. I’m telling you I was stupid over it. I thought it was about trying so hard to survive that you didn’t have the time to be a good parent. Obviously, that’s not it. Because you and I, we’re both … wealthy in love.

”So get your head into it! Shot a few and see what happens.”

"Kestrel’s cruel calculation appalled her. This was part of what had made her resist the military: the fact that she could make decisions like this, that she did have a mind for strategy, that people could be so easily become pieces in a game she was determined to win."

"Before Drosselmeyer lost his hands, he’d already made a device that would enable him to continue weaving stories even if he lost his body. This town is being controlled by stories because of that device, but even we cannot tell which parts are real and which are fiction. However! No one inside Drosselmeyer’s stories was expected to become Princess Tutu, and yet she appeared and tried to protect you.”