Books, words & fandom, by Nicole D. Fergusson.
John Green, The Fault in Our Stars (via runawaytrain)
Man, I need to read this book.
i think my neighbourhood deserves a sitcom because there’s
- me, the teen blogger
- a house with 8 nuns
- a drug dealer who drives a hummer
- a scottish man who only ever wears a kilt and mows his lawn at 3 am
- an elderly couple who drive everywhere on their lawn mower
- a peacock who has been roaming the neighbourhood for years and no one knows why or where it came from
I’d watch the shit outta that show
yeah shit me too sign me up
That peacock went and made this something by the BBC set in London or Bristol for me.
My opinion on Tony’s actions at the end of IM3 beneath this here cut:
I also found the PTSD that was portrayed in IM3 surprising, true and sensitive. They could have just had RDJ power on bravely through the near death experience in The Avengers. That would have been more expected. They didn’t. It was a good choice.
Hayley Atwell (via fyeahlilbit2point0)
If you needed a reason to buy the DVD…
My absolute favorite thing is finding a book I can’t put down
And reading it until really late at night
And only stopping when my eyes start to hurt and my vision gets blurry from either sleep or strain
And when I put it down I realize how tired I am and fall asleep instantly.
In the morning, I wake up, and the first thing I do is pick up the book
And I read until I’m hungry, or I need to pee.
I just love that.