With the talent show coming to a close Daisy Capulet had taken it upon herself to throw her best friend Cyrus Cropphopper a surprise birthday party. It was the least she could do for him since Cyrus had never had a proper party with his father always traveling. The birthday party was only supposed to be the sad breakfast club in attendance. It was a small get together to celebrate their friend besides birthday parties are a lot of fun right? Well not when it comes to Walt. Thirty minutes into the party there was a knock at the door. Confused, Austin opened the door to reveal the rest of the student body before them with kegs in hand and an eager attitude for to party. A source had gotten wind of the party taking place at the Spade’s LA residence and they weren’t about to have a party without them. Like wildfire the rest of the student body found out about the party. The sad breakfast club looked to each other wondering what they were going to do about their uninvited guests. This was after all Cyrus’ birthday and he wasn’t exactly the most sociable of people. Without Cyrus to voice his opinion on the matter Austin answered the crowd with a simple “Who’s ready to party?” 


The party begins to rage, with a shirtless (of course) Austin drinking and dancing his cares away. But Cyrus hides out alone in the garage; he’d rather not be “in the middle of a Seth Rogen movie.” Daisy finds Cyrus in the garage, and he unloads on her, wondering why she would even think he would want a party. Then the unthinkable happens. While Cyrus tries to make an escape from his party he realizes that they’ve been locked in. A note left on the door. The only way anyone is getting of of this party is is they play a game of “Secrets and Sins,” which apparently involves picking a person you don’t like and putting them on blast for all of their misdeeds. Tonight the deepest darkest secrets will be coming out. Will you be able to face the music and the judgement of your peers?

Smut-Hub Movie Recs

Okay, so this is most definitely not all of them. I’ll add periodically when I watch new movies or remember ones I love. They’re not in any specific order. Also, it’s really hard for me to categorize them? So, if you think any films should be moved, just let me know. Xx

Keep reading

Really hurt by @lilsimsie’s actions in her most recent video, I feel like my emotions have been played with and I’m not happy about it.

Context: Kayla told everyone their assignment to complete before Wednesdays video was the watch The Breakfast Club, (one of my favourite movies) so we could all talk about it, only to then say, she wouldn’t actually be talking about it!!!

#hurt, #betrayed.

daggertattooh  asked:

1 11 22 28 please 😇

1. if someone wanted to really understand you, what would they read, watch, and listen to?

oh god this is hard. hmm read probably pride and prejudice, and tif. watch HIMYM and the breakfast club. listen to all time low’s nothing personal album and ed sheeran’s + 

11. describe your ideal day.

a day off from uni where the whether isn’t hot and i can just stay all day in my bed reading a fic or a book without having to think about things i have to do. 

22. list the top five things you spend the most time doing, in order.

reading, watching a series/movie, studying (or attempting to), being on this hellsite, listening to music

28. on a scale from 1 to 10, how hard is it for someone to get under your skin?

depends if it’s someone i don’t know then it’s a 2 and i get super heated easily but if it’s someone i know well then it’s probably a 7.5 to an 8

ask mee stuff

anonymous asked:

Hi, Jay. I noticed you like Indiana Jones, Star Wars, and Lord of the Rings. These make my lists, too. Have you seen any of these classics or care for them?: Back to the Future 1-3, Carrie, The Exorcist, Terminator 1 & 2, Alien/Aliens, The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Citizen Kane, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Grease, West Side Story.

I’ve seen practically all of the ones that you’ve listed, aside from Carrie. I liked pretty much all of them, aside from WSS but that’s just a personal preference.