Blondie B. Happy

a scandal in text posts

…definitely the new sexy.

will you ever write a vampire diaries fanfic? there's a shortage of good ones :(
Anonymous

I don’t have any good ideas for any VA fanfics:( sorry, I really wish I did, because I LOVE that series

**wait sorry I read this as vampire academy… No I’m not a vampire diaries fan sorry**
Final battle at CHB
Romans: first and fifth cohort, attack! Second, third and fourth, defend! We'll defeat Gaea together!
Greeks: idk man just swish your sword till the monsters die, I guess.

Guess who killed their first band competition last night?!?

We did!!!!!

Okay but look at all the different faces in the first picture hahahha

And dat sky doe (don’t ask about the weird volcano prop thingy)

And that’s my amazingly weird drum major in the third pic

I don’t define myself by the boys who may or may not like me.
REYNA, AN ACTUAL GODDESS AND THE KEEPER OF MY HEArt (via freshprinceofbeleriand)

rica-art:

The Ghost King is here!

jasongraceless:

captainarlert:

captainarlert:

There are OTPs I’d go to hell for.

And OTPs I’m going to hell for

But it gets a little complicated when your OTP goes to hell.

fishingboatproceeds:

This is the special 10th Anniversary edition of Looking for Alaska, available for preorder as of like five minutes ago. The cover was designed by the great Rodrigo Corral, and the book will contain a new introduction, an extensive Q&A, notes from editor Julie Strauss-Gabel about the revision process, an updated essay by me about last words, and several deleted scenes from the early drafts of the book.
It’s hard to believe that ten years have passed. I feel so lucky that Alaska is still in print and still finding readers (some of whom were in preschool when it was first published). Thanks to everyone who has read it and shared it this past decade, and I hope you enjoy the anniversary edition!

fishingboatproceeds:

This is the special 10th Anniversary edition of Looking for Alaska, available for preorder as of like five minutes ago. The cover was designed by the great Rodrigo Corral, and the book will contain a new introduction, an extensive Q&A, notes from editor Julie Strauss-Gabel about the revision process, an updated essay by me about last words, and several deleted scenes from the early drafts of the book.

It’s hard to believe that ten years have passed. I feel so lucky that Alaska is still in print and still finding readers (some of whom were in preschool when it was first published). Thanks to everyone who has read it and shared it this past decade, and I hope you enjoy the anniversary edition!

Really? Thats really gross I understand your anger

Ughhh it’s so infuriating