but i just didn't find the time until now

I’ve had a headache pretty much every day for the last week, but I haven’t had one so bad that I haven’t been able to fall back asleep. And that’s how it is right now and it’s 7:30 and I just want to sleep but my head hurts so damn much that I’m honestly just in the verge of bursting into tears from the pain.

time to go find something that’ll make it go away…

taylor swift starters
  • "That's a lie."
  • "I was right there beside him all summer long"
  • "I hope you think of me"
  • "I didn't know what I would find when I went looking for a reason."
  • "So how can I ever try to be better?"
  • "I would give it all up to be a part of this...a part of you."
  • "But no one notices until it's too late to do anything."
  • "You're beautiful."
  • "Even now just looking at you feels wrong."
  • "There’s a fire inside of you."
  • "I don't wanna live without you."
  • "When I'm with anybody else it's so hard to be myself."
  • "Well, you drive me crazy half the time."
  • "I don't feel welcome anymore"
  • "Everything is wrong."
  • "You are the best thing that’s ever been mine."
  • "Do you remember all the city lights on the water?"
  • "I’ll never leave you alone."
  • "Do you believe it?"
  • "Take away the pain."
  • "You're a bad idea."
  • "But I believe in whatever you do, and I’ll do anything to see it through."
  • "These things will change."
  • "Tonight we stand, get off our knees. Fight for what we’ve worked for all these years."
  • "I was a dreamer before you went and let me down."
  • "I'm not a princess, this ain't a fairy tale."
  • "Hey, isn't this easy?"
  • "You've got a smile that can light up the whole town."
  • "Have you ever thought just maybe, you belong with me?"
  • "Now go stand in the corner and think about what you did."
  • "No amount of vintage dresses gives you dignity."
  • "It's getting dark and it's all too quiet."
  • "I can't trust anything now."
  • "Don't leave me like this."
  • "I'm holding my breath."
  • "One day, we will be remembered."
  • "I'm not afraid."
  • "Last night I heard my own heart beating."
  • "I think--I think when it's all over, It just comes back in flashes, you know?"
  • "I knew you were trouble when you walked in."
  • "It's miserable and magical."
  • "We won't be sleeping."
  • "All this time how could you not know, baby?"
  • "I'm wonderstruck"
  • "Won't you whisper soft and slow?"
  • "How's life? Tell me how's your family?"
  • "These days I haven't been sleeping."
  • "Let’s run away now."
  • "Run as fast as you can."
  • "You're an expert at 'sorry'."
  • "We had a beautiful magic love there."
  • "Oh my, what a marvelous tune."
  • "Don't you see the starlight?"
  • "How'd we end up this way?"
  • "I've never heard silence quite this loud."
  • "The battle is in your hands now."
  • "It was enchanting to meet you."
  • "Have we met?"
  • "I could show you incredible things."
  • "You look like my next mistake."
  • "They'll tell you I'm insane."
  • "Oh my God, who is she?"
  • "I get drunk on jealousy."
  • "Darling, I'm a nightmare dressed like a daydream."
  • "Don't say I didn't warn you."
  • "Are we out of the woods?"
  • "Are we in the clear yet?"
  • "But the monsters turned out to be just trees."
  • "All you had to do was stay."
  • "Let's get out of this town."
  • "No one has to know what we do."
  • "I wish you would come back."
  • "Are you insane?!"
  • "I want you for worse or for better."
  • "I know places we can hide."
  • "Just grab my hand."
  • "I think I'm finally clean."
  • "I'm spinning out of control."
  • "Every day is like a battle."
Asking Alexandria Inspired Sentence Starters.
  • Karma's a bitch, right?
  • If only he knew about the world without the bullshit and the lies.
  • We could've saved him.
  • But instead I'm here drowning in my own fucking mind.
  • The tears that stain my cheek make me look weak!
  • You need a doctor baby, You scared?
  • They didn't see me coming!
  • I take this blade, I slit your throat!
  • You said you'd cried a thousand times.
  • You can't lie your way out of this one.
  • Now you know just how I feel!
  • I'm gonna go until I hit the floor and I can't find the way back to my feet anymore.
  • Pass me a glass and let's destroy everything in this fucking place.
  • Close your eyes and follow me until the end.
  • Keep your mouth shut and listen motherfucker.
  • I don't feel this anymore I need to get away.
  • All the love in my heart can't even find a way.
  • I won't pretend I'm not disgusted with everything you are.
  • I won't deny that I'm revolted by everything you say you stand for.

Hugo Weasley

Hugo always loved a sense of peace, quiet and serenity. As a child, he was the best at playing hide-and-seek. No one, not even James, could find him, which, of course, only made James want to play more. “How do you do it? I looked everywhere! You can’t just disappear!” “Leave me alone, James! I just want to read!” he’d cry. “No! Let’s do it again! I will find you this time, you’ll see!” “No, you won’t!” “Oh yes I will! Now come on. One, two, three…”

…It was not until years later, of course, that Hugo confessed to discovering his uncle’s Cloak long before everyone else did.

How I would have written this exchange in Man of Steel
  • John Kent: Son, you have to keep this side of yourself a secret.
  • Clark: What was I supposed to do?! Just let them die?!
  • John Kent: NO! ...maybe... no, argh. (Sighs exasperatedly) Look Clark. I didn't want to have to do this.
  • Clark: Do what?
  • John Kent: Teach you something about life. You're young, and I wanted to save this until you were older. But, I suppose you'll need to learn it now.
  • Clark: What do you mean?
  • (John sits down next to Clark)
  • John Kent: Clark, it's a tough and confusing world out there. Many times... you're not going to know what's the right thing to do. Many times, you're going to be handed two very terrible, possibly evil decisions.
  • Clark: Why do I have to make a choice? Why can't I just find a third option?
  • John Kent: That's a reason why we have to better ourselves, Clark. So we don't have to pick between two bad ones. We prepare ourselves for the eventuality of that kind of choice, and we fight it.
  • Clark: Like... how?
  • John Kent: Well, like with the bus. The problem was that you were seen. Perhaps you should have lifted from the bottom where no one could see you, or, heck, you could have worn a disguise. Like a superhero in blue tights or something. (laughs)
  • Clark: (groans)
  • John Kent: Hey, sport, don't sweat it. You made a small mistake. You can either run from it, or learn from it.
  • Clark: But... what if I can't find the third option?
  • John Kent: Well... that's the tough part. If you absolutely have to pick between two bad decisions... you need to pick the one that's... less bad.
  • Clark: Less bad? How will I know that?
  • John Kent: You'll know when the time comes. Listen to me Clark. This is advice for any boy looking to become a man: "When your values are clear, decisions are easy."
  • Clark: ...alright, dad. I think I understand.
  • John Kent: Okay, good talk. Now let's go get some dinner.

anonymous asked:

Hi! I just wanted to thank you for saying to be opened minded about the Bears. And to the person who said there is a lot of things that could happen/ open possibilities. I for one hand struggled with that. I would follow all of these different opinions on what rbb meant at each show. A lot of times I didn't fully agree or I would think of something to add to what others were saying. That made me feel like I was wrong and missing something. Just because it would seem like the majority 1/2

2/2 of people thought one thing and I thought another. It would drive me crazy and I would find myself trying to see who is right. It wasn’t until recently that a lightbulb went off and I realized it was everyone’s different opinions and it’s okay that mind was different. I now know that there are endless possibilities and it’s okay if mine doesn’t match up. I think I struggle with the whole speculation part and some wording from people would make it sound like fact. So I was going crazy!

So, I know that I’m supposed to answer this by saying thank you and reassuring you that everyone is entitled to their own opinion. And, yes, all of that. I agree with that. But a few things:

(1) People who are sure about what they think aren’t necessarily being close minded. Many people have gone through their own analysis and reached a conclusion they’re sure about. They aren’t required to rehash their thought process in public so that other’s can assess whether they agree or not. Other people being sure of their opinions is a factor to weigh when deciding if you agree with them, but the fact that someone hasn’t articulated why they believe something in a manner that satisfies you isn’t a reason in and of itself to dismiss their opinion.

(2) It’s perfectly fine to have an opinion that differs from the majority. Maybe you’re seeing something they don’t, but it’s also possible that the majority knows something you don’t. Sometimes there’s a reason why everyone else is thinking something different from you. Sure, it could be crowd behavior, but maybe they know something you don’t.

(3) It’s also fine to have your own standards of proof and to weigh evidence through your own lens, but, as I’ve mentioned before, be conscious of what those are and why you’re seeing things differently. Also, there’s a difference between “I am not yet convinced” and “I disagree.” There are lots of RBB theories that I think are interesting, and maybe there’s something there, but I don’t think there’s enough evidence yet for me to fully embrace the theory. That doesn’t mean I think it’s wrong, just that, for me, it’s still inchoate.

(4) Throwing out a bunch of theories and arguing for the ones you think are best is how people figure shit out. That’s the way knowledge works. With debate, better theories emerge. The early postulations weren’t wrong, even if they weren’t fully integrated into a later theory – they were the necessary building blocks of a more coherent understanding. That’s the foundation of post-Enlightenment thought, from the scientific theory to internet comments. Throwing out an idea that doesn’t hold up isn’t a bad thing, it’s not a wrong opinion. It’s a necessary part of developing knowledge.