adams so sweet


A week in the life: Couple Edition - Victoria Sugden & Adam Barton
November 7, 2016 to November 11, 2016


What happened was they drove to Harry’s and parked the Camaro next to an Audi and a Lexus and Gansey ordered flavors of gelato until the table wouldn’t hold any more bowls and Ronan convinced the staff to turn the overhead speakers up and Blue laughed for the first time at something Gansey said and they were loud and triumphant and kings of Henrietta, because they’d found the ley line and because it was starting, it was starting.

The Glendower Gang playing Never Have I Ever and Noah continuing to do them all in by going

‘never have I ever had a crush on Gansey’

and Gansey keeps his eyes on Blue like is she gonna drink? is she gonna admit it? has she really?

and then being completely flummoxed when all three of them just knock back their drinks and cackle at his confused expression

You guys ever just look at your favorite actor/actress/character- anyone in general, and you blush and try to bury your face because you just can't handle them?

honestly i have a crush on every single person in the cast of star wars

Reblog this if you think Tommy Joe Ratliff is amazing
Valentines Lyrics (Courtesy of @nbhdfacts on insta)

to those of you in which I choose
to always be the closest to
something that you need to know
loving me is not a joke

you can put it all on me
you can laugh & you can bleed
& I’ll adopt it all because
that’s just what a buddy does

I loved you from minute one
the iced tea to my lemonade
never one to hit & run
soaking every minute made

you can give me all your juice
I can squeeze it out for you
all I ask you in exchange
love me back through every phase

if it ever comes off wrong
or leaves you with a bitter taste
just remember you’re the tea
& i’m your sour lemonade (2x)
tropical iced tea & hot pink lemonade 🙃


The Raven Cycle Characters | ADAM PARRISH

“Maybe it was good that the world forgot every lesson, every good and bad memory, every triumph and failure, all of it dying with each generation. Perhaps this cultural amnesia spared them all. Perhaps if they remembered everything, hope would die instead.”