thanks joffrey

What a great message. I wish all characters were this nice. Does anyone know what this is from?

this is Joff Baratheon, from Game of Trones. He’s actually one of the only truly likeable characters in the series - he gets onto the throne way too young but makes a really good go of being a fair and kind ruler. He has a relationship with a girl earlier that’s not this one but due to circumstances that are spoilers, they have to split up and he deal with it in a really mature inspiring way that you don’t get to see much in TV shows these days.  Here he is at his wedding to this new girl, Maegery, and it’s one of the most beautiful episodes of the show so far, actually.


"Reading fiction promotes empathy development because you get to see things from another person’s perspective."

(via psych-facts)


1x11 vs. 1x17


American Horror Story: Freakshow (Season 4)

Mockingjay Part 1 trailer | 13 April 2014


livin a life of constantly being a little bit sleepy and mildly turned on


The fact that everyone is grasping on and making fun of the Cigarette Metaphor from the Fault In Our Stars quickly reminds me how many children use this site. its obvious the meaning behind is went over there heads and like confused animals they lash out in a childish fashion.

This makes me sad. The Fault in Our Stars was inspired by an actual girls story and her inevitable death by cancer. Her Personality and heart and conversations with John Green are what made him realize that even Teenagers can think deeper than most and be profound at a young age.

So what does tumblr do with this information?

They make fun of it.

Congrats.. You guys suck more than you think the metaphor does.




the dude who pulls out a cigarette in front of a girl with lung cancer and then acts like sir dickweed mcfucklamp when she doesn’t understand the worst metaphor on earth seems to be tumblr’s newest squeeze

*sobs because The Fault in Our Stars*

I thought about reading this… Not anymore. x.x

It was a great book. I mean.. Your gonna end up snot nosed sobbing and putting the book in the corner to think about what its done. But it seems everyone is just focusing on like one or two things..thats arent even THAT big in the book. I mean the metaphor…made him endearing in the end…

He wasnt a douche for doing it. It wasnt about HER…the metaphor was for HIM..

It was about him and his sarcastic cynical view of how close he was to death with out dieing.  No one seems to make note that he never lights a fucking cigarette. and he quickly explains it to her.

its not their fault that most of the “kids” watching this movie or reading this book for a romance story..are going to get an adult lesson about real life and how bad it sucks.