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Arctic Monkeys - Fake Tales Of San Francisco
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goridethemusic:

And yeah, I’d love to tell you all my problem
You’re not from New York City, you’re from Rotherham
So get off the bandwagon, and put down the handbook

I love everything about this song. (Except, I am from New York City and I still need my handbook.)

ninadobrev:

And thus… Strive for true beauty ladies
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ninadobrev:

And thus… Strive for true beauty ladies

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fallingtobefree:

Sometimes, Clary forgot who it was she was in love with.
Not literally, of course. But sometimes she’d just forget how irrationally fantastic her relationship was. She’d forget that her boyfriend was beautiful and loving and caustic and kind. She’d fall into their routine of training, food, training, relax, sleep. It wasn’t unaffectionate and it wasn’t cold, it was just… routine. He was part of her life, something seamless. Like he’d always been part of it.
But then there were moments like this, when he would be asleep in bed with her and Clary would suddenly realize just how absolutely fantastically amazing it was that this man had chosen her. How he’d let down the mile high walls he’d built himself around his heart and let her worm her way in. And how, astoundingly, he’d found himself a place in her heart too.
And he would hate to hear her put herself next to him and feel anything less than utterly deserving, she knew, but sometimes she couldn’t help but gawk at his body and, more importantly, his bright and shining soul, and wonder just how she’d manage to get so lucky when she’d stumbled into a dark storage room all those years ago.
Clary gently runs her fingers down his arm, watching for any sign of him waking. He doesn’t stir. The heavy Herondale ring, nestled safely on her ring finger in its new home, clinks against his own version of the same ring as she twines her fingers through his. Carefully, she nestles a bit closer to him and exhales heavily against his neck.
She sincerely hoped that her awe of him lasted until the day she died.

fallingtobefree:

Sometimes, Clary forgot who it was she was in love with.

Not literally, of course. But sometimes she’d just forget how irrationally fantastic her relationship was. She’d forget that her boyfriend was beautiful and loving and caustic and kind. She’d fall into their routine of training, food, training, relax, sleep. It wasn’t unaffectionate and it wasn’t cold, it was just… routine. He was part of her life, something seamless. Like he’d always been part of it.

But then there were moments like this, when he would be asleep in bed with her and Clary would suddenly realize just how absolutely fantastically amazing it was that this man had chosen her. How he’d let down the mile high walls he’d built himself around his heart and let her worm her way in. And how, astoundingly, he’d found himself a place in her heart too.

And he would hate to hear her put herself next to him and feel anything less than utterly deserving, she knew, but sometimes she couldn’t help but gawk at his body and, more importantly, his bright and shining soul, and wonder just how she’d manage to get so lucky when she’d stumbled into a dark storage room all those years ago.

Clary gently runs her fingers down his arm, watching for any sign of him waking. He doesn’t stir. The heavy Herondale ring, nestled safely on her ring finger in its new home, clinks against his own version of the same ring as she twines her fingers through his. Carefully, she nestles a bit closer to him and exhales heavily against his neck.

She sincerely hoped that her awe of him lasted until the day she died.

swan2swan:

lilyh1880:

diamondsonparade:

swan2swan:

The universe Nickelodeon hates Chibi Korra. 

bryankonietzko

This whole shit is funny to me

During korras whole few seasons people have been giving extensive reasons on why korra is bad, why its characters are bad, why this is bad or this is poorly written, etc.

But now everyone is all sad or surprised that it is about to get booted or that it has had poor ratings like? Why

But Korra is a bad show. I do not want to sound like one of those “the original was better” but the original was so good that to have a “sequel” wouldn’t do it justice

Okay both of you siddown for a moment.

First, despite the fandom’s criticisms and complaints (which were LISTENED TO, I might add, and FIXED), the episodes consistently scored high marks on their official reviews. Viewership was decent and sometimes spectacular, and online views were incredible. But the show still didn’t get marketing, and what marketing it DID get was poorly down. 

As for the second comment, “bad show”? You sound EXACTLY like an “original was better,” and even at its worst Korra is better than a lot of the crap out there. Compared to the original? Yeah, it falls flat in a number of places. But that’s because the original is arguably the greatest show of all time. You’re putting someone’s batting average up against Babe Ruth, just because they’re falling short doesn’t mean they’re failing at their job. Especially recently Korra has been kicking butt and taking names. 

Never forget who was there for you
When no-one else was.
Ritu Ghatourey (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

micdotcom:

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