She said, ‘I’m so afraid.’ And I said, ‘why?,’ and she said, ‘Because I’m so profoundly happy. Happiness like this is frightening.’ I asked her why and she said, ‘They only let you be this happy if they’re preparing to take something from you.

Khaled Hosseini, The Kite Runner (via ohlovequotes)

subducting:

slenderlock:

"its not fair girls can wear pants and guys cant wear dresses" stfu yes you can. go to jc pennys. buy a cute dress. wear the dress. if anyone says you cant wear the dress. slay them.congratulations you are wearing a dress

the best part is that this argument is used by guys to try and prevent girls wearing trousers, but who is preventing men from wearing dresses? is it women? oh wait no it’s men and the patriarchy, fucking again.

the-pokemon-professor-of-reality:

its 20 years later after the events of blood of olympus, every couple that was aboard the argo 2 is now married, and percy just suddenly wakes up in the of the night in a cold sweat, grabs annabeth’s shoulders, wakes her up, and says,

"what does he mean that i’m not his type.”

  • Achilles: Mythological figure, greatest warrior of his generation, undefeated in battle, killed thousands of people at war, dragged Hector's dead body through Troy
  • Me: my baby
ladyjanerochford:

♔ Anna’s Favorite “Anne Boleyn” Fiction ♔

In case you haven’t noticed, I have a serious thing for Tudor fiction. The good, the bad, the ugly, I’ve read it all. These six happen to remain my favorite books to feature Anne Boleyn as either the protagonist or a major character. Of the six To Die For and Tarnish will forever remain closest to my heart. 
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ladyjanerochford:

♔ Anna’s Favorite “Anne Boleyn” Fiction ♔

In case you haven’t noticed, I have a serious thing for Tudor fiction. The good, the bad, the ugly, I’ve read it all. These six happen to remain my favorite books to feature Anne Boleyn as either the protagonist or a major character. Of the six To Die For and Tarnish will forever remain closest to my heart. 
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ladyjanerochford:

♔ Anna’s Favorite “Anne Boleyn” Fiction ♔

In case you haven’t noticed, I have a serious thing for Tudor fiction. The good, the bad, the ugly, I’ve read it all. These six happen to remain my favorite books to feature Anne Boleyn as either the protagonist or a major character. Of the six To Die For and Tarnish will forever remain closest to my heart. 
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ladyjanerochford:

♔ Anna’s Favorite “Anne Boleyn” Fiction ♔

In case you haven’t noticed, I have a serious thing for Tudor fiction. The good, the bad, the ugly, I’ve read it all. These six happen to remain my favorite books to feature Anne Boleyn as either the protagonist or a major character. Of the six To Die For and Tarnish will forever remain closest to my heart. 
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ladyjanerochford:

♔ Anna’s Favorite “Anne Boleyn” Fiction ♔

In case you haven’t noticed, I have a serious thing for Tudor fiction. The good, the bad, the ugly, I’ve read it all. These six happen to remain my favorite books to feature Anne Boleyn as either the protagonist or a major character. Of the six To Die For and Tarnish will forever remain closest to my heart. 
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ladyjanerochford:

♔ Anna’s Favorite “Anne Boleyn” Fiction ♔

In case you haven’t noticed, I have a serious thing for Tudor fiction. The good, the bad, the ugly, I’ve read it all. These six happen to remain my favorite books to feature Anne Boleyn as either the protagonist or a major character. Of the six To Die For and Tarnish will forever remain closest to my heart. 
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ladyjanerochford:

♔ Anna’s Favorite “Anne Boleyn” Fiction 

In case you haven’t noticed, I have a serious thing for Tudor fiction. The good, the bad, the ugly, I’ve read it all. These six happen to remain my favorite books to feature Anne Boleyn as either the protagonist or a major character. Of the six To Die For and Tarnish will forever remain closest to my heart. 

lesmis-dasha-ko:

CHAPTER II—THE FLAG: ACT SECOND
Enjolras bent down, raised the old man’s head, and fierce as he was, he kissed him on the brow, then, throwing wide his arms, and handling this dead man with tender precaution, as though he feared to hurt it, he removed his coat, showed the bloody holes in it to all, and said:—
"This is our flag now."

lesmis-dasha-ko:

CHAPTER II—THE FLAG: ACT SECOND

Enjolras bent down, raised the old man’s head, and fierce as he was, he kissed him on the brow, then, throwing wide his arms, and handling this dead man with tender precaution, as though he feared to hurt it, he removed his coat, showed the bloody holes in it to all, and said:—

"This is our flag now."

sarah531:

If you’re sad cos you sometimes feel like you’re only a minor character in other people’s stories, this is a reminder that Grantaire only appears in roughly 20 out of 1230 pages of Les Miserables and he has a street, a green, and a software company named after him