Our Taylor Hall-You-Can-Eat buffet turned out surprisingly well!
Side note I keep thanking people when they haven’t even DONE anything WORTHY OF THANKS and it’s a problem
At work today I met a dude who had the look of a high school history teacher, and the voice of a late night smooth jazz radio station host
"We told Oliver the truth about his birth when he was quite young. Or, I should say, Hugo told him. Not everything, you understand, but a child’s version. There was a bad man. He hurt me. Some people might say that other man was his father, but we loved him, and it wasn’t true. I didn’t want to say anything at all, but Hugo convinced me." She sighed.
Robert tried to imagine what it would be like to have parents who actually considered what to tell their children, who cared about these details. Who assured him that they loved him.
I want to be that kind of parent. His fists clenched.
"Hugo was very matter-of-fact about it, and so Oliver took it in stride. Until he found out about you. Then he had nightmares."
"About me?" Robert repeated.
"Yes. He woke up crying one night, and wouldn’t stop. When I asked what was wrong, he said that the bad man had his brother, and we had to go get him."
- The Duchess War, by Courtney Milan
Tyler seguin just looks like he’d be really easy to catfish
Teen Wolf AU → Parrish and Lydia partner up to make the ultimate crime fighting duo.P: Maybe I needed a change. I don’t really know, I guess I kinda felt drawn here.L: I’m done with teenage boys.
nikita doesn’t know what “teach you how to live” means but he’s worried
Orphan Black Poster by Me
Proof once again that Orphan Black fan artists are the best fan artists.
More #CloneClub art here.
omg omg omg
in About That Night by Julie James (huzzah romance!) the main character Rylann is trying to fix her friend Rae with her colleague Cade without Rae knowing it—but Rae’s kind of sharp and she totally calls Rylann on it, see? And did I mention they’re on a coffee run at Starbucks? Rae’s going on about how she doesn’t need to be set up with anybody and grab her coffee and turn around—and run smack into one Sam Wilkins, who Rylann happens to know as well, and drenches him in iced cappuccino.
Long story short, Sam gives Rae her business card and
“That’s my info. Call me—so I know where to send my dry cleaning bill,” he added with an amused sparkle in his light brown eyes.
Rae looked at the card, then back at Sam. “I’ll think about it.”
“You do that.” He handed her back the soggy napkin. “Because if you don’t call, Rae Ellen Mendoza, you’re going to ruin a really good meet-cute story.”
She smiled. “Since when do FBI agents know about meet-cutes?”
Wilkins winked as he turned to leave. “I think you’ll find that I’m not the average FBI agent.”
For more entertainment: our first kiss was to the old bogan country town version of fireworks: deodorant cans exploding on a bonfire.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA THIS IS MY FAVOURITE THING YOU’VE EVER SAID TO ME IT’S SO TYPICAL COUNTRY KID IT’S ICONIC
ALSO, working in a middle school I get to see these behaviors! We have one pair who trade graphic novels & sit together but rarely make eye contact w/o blushing + a boy came up to one of our girls & blurted ‘ilikelikeyouyouresopretty&nice’ b4 running
… That is ADORABLE. WHAT CUTE KIDS.
I dated hat-boy for about a year, so it was an effective if unorthodox method!
OH MY GOD KATE
dannyrydell replied to your post “dannyrydell replied to your post:dannyrydell replied to your post:Kick…”
YES, YES I AM READY. BEGIN THE PROCESS.
Step 1: we stop talking about this and never bring it up again EVER
Step 2: that’s it, you’re cured