The Skyler White Effect
The cognitive dissonance that happens when a female character is presented by the narrative as absolutely correct in their judgment of a male character, and yet the viewers assume she’s the bitch.
getting ready on a convention morning
it has come to my attention that people are saying this is not accurate
allow me to show you the revised version:
at first i thought i didn’t like red wine because it had that tannin-y taste and stuff
but obviously not because i love tea
what is it
red wine why do i hate you so
it is just really hard to like big bang theory when it makes fun of me and pretty much all my friends i don’t care how many comic books you reference like really did you expect us to just go along with it do you not understand how huge swarms of us spend 12+ hours a day analyzing pop culture
teen wolf is a really funny show
murder lizard going to raves and gay clubs (jackson just wants to party)
wonder twins morphing into a giant werewolf
wise adviser to the werewolves is a veterinarian
werewolves playing lacrosse
derek’s facial expressions for all of season one
it’s just a really funny show you guys
Since the start of 2013 I have:
Gotten a new piercing.
Dyed my hair.
Ended a relationship.
Started a new relationship.
Been on a long car journey.
Passed an exam.
Cried on someone’s shoulder.
Had a massive fight with a boyfriend/girlfriend.
Had a Valentine.
Written a letter using pen and paper.
Gone to see a therapist.
Been prescribed medication by a doctor.
Read a really good book.
Gone to the zoo.
Spent too much money on unnecessary things.Traveled by train.
Cried over someone.
Spent a day out in the sun getting a tan.
Slammed a door out of frustration.
Had an anxiety attack.
Had a BBQ.
Gone to the fair.
Seen a film at the cinema in 3D.
Gone on a date.
Been the only sober one on a night out.
Helped someone home after they’d had too much to drink.
Stayed up all night.
Talked on the phone for over 2 hours.
Supported someone who’d received bad news.
Watched some kind of live sporting event.
Read an entire book in one day.
Bought a DVD/game the day it was released.
Eaten McDonald’s more than four times in a single week.
Cried as a result of exam stress.
Met some incredible new people.
Fallen backwards off a chair.
Broken my glasses.
Cried over someone in my past.
Spent hours aimlessly browsing the internet.
Cried over a film.
Gone out of my way to avoid an ex-significant other.
Fought with someone in public.
Been in a relationship for a year or longer.
To me, the scariest part about The Hunger Games is how people in real life react to it. We have toys and makeup lines and media talking about the ‘love triangle’ and it’s so meta in the most terrifying way.
my mom and dad were arguing in front of me whether to give me a present now or to wait til christmas and my mom was like “can we give her it now?” and my dad was like “what present” and my mom was like “you know… the good one” and my dad was like “spell it” and my mom goes “GREG, SHE’S 23”