What do you mean, “would anyone choose Alison”? Alison is fucking a+ awesome with her brittle broken awesome self and her access to weapons and her ability to use both knitting and glue gunning as an active threat. My love for Alison is intense. I also have a lot of feels about Beth. Oh Beth. Beth beth beth beth beth. Beth.
Would anyone choose Alison? Really? This is a RIDICULOUSLY COOL gifset though. If you aren’t watching this…watch it…it’s on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
I will accept that the Halifax School For The Blind might not have been the best place to send war-blinded men, but the fact that this book continually fails to mention that Fraser was blind himself and that the school has been rehabilitating adults blinded in the mines REALLY PAINS ME.
Do you ever see something someone posted, and you’re just like NO YOU ARE WRONG but you think to yourself, “This isn’t the hill I want to die on” so you have to let it go?
Ohh, 90% of the text posts on my dash.
Sadly, my response is to start looking things up in the OED and writing long-winded responses that I then put in drafts because OMG NOT THE HILL. NOT THIS ONE.
Michaela DePrince | Photo by Rachel Neville
I made him a little kitty snow fort and I think he likes it as much as I do
my favourite picture on tumblr ever
I AM LAUGHING SO HARD BECAUSE I THOUGHT OF 22 AND I SAID “TOOTY TWO” OUT LOUD AT 4AM OH GOD
I have realized my mistake
I went and researched why we say “eleven” in English instead of whatever else we might say and then I realised no one cares.
(The answer is “because lol English, amirite?” by which I mean it’s Germanic, and probably comes from a word meaning “to leave or remain”, so “one left from ten”. See also: twelve. We really do rifle through all the other languages’ pockets and steal things, don’t we?)
My morning routine.