fake book thing

Once you graduate high school, you see who your real friends are. People change. Someone who you thought was your best friend will cut you off completely. Some of us enter high school with plenty of friends and end with only a few close ones. Others of us enter high school with only a few close friends and end with no friends at all. It’s just how life is. It’s like that sometimes. It sucks but it happens to almost everyone.
—  real friends // excerpt from a book I’ll never write #14

can ya’ll please stop acting like jim doesn’t give a shit about studying the troll lore book because he clearly does



fake movies based on literature:

↳ Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe 

Following the story of an Igbo man named Okonkwo (David Oyelowo) in the fictional Nigerian village of Umuofia, Okonkwo leads life as a great fighter(nicknamed “The Cat” for he never lands on his back), and a respectable leader. The life and society of Umuofia is represented through him, his wife Ekwefi (Wunmi Mosaku) who ran away to be with him for love, and their son Nywoe (John Boyega). As Okonkwo and Nywoe’s relationship is strain due to Nywoe not following Umuofian traditionan. This causes him to favor his daughter Ezinma (Ebonee Noel), whom follows in Okonkwo’s footsteps by respecting and following society’s expectations for a Umuofian woman. Through the struggles of the family and village, happens during 19th century pre-colonial Nigeria to life under colonial Nigeria. Okonkwo learns how to uphold hid traditions, and family even while being threatened by the white men who take their village. 

so. i talked to my mom about the issues i’ve been having and she actually apologized for not taking me seriously in fourth grade when i told her i thought i was autistic. and she apologized for making me feel like i had to hide everything that wasn’t normal about me. and i’m getting assessed soon.

so. today was a good day.

“You havent played _______? How can you even call yourself a gamer??”

Oh no. I havent played it. I am no longer a gamer. All the times i have been playing video games have been erased from history. There’s holes in our timeline. The world is no longer what it used to be. Violent mecha alpacas have wiped out half of humanity. The only thing that can make things right is if i play THAT game.

so in @thatsthat24 said in his recent video that he was sad he would never see the ‘Lizard Wizard’ and… well…. this happened. So… Now you can see the lizard wizard! I kind of modeled this after my own gecko, with a bit of color change (she’s albino and i thought this would look better)
I’m really proud of the space theme things :) I hope you enjoy!


Fake Movie Meme:  Mistborn: The Final Empire

“Belief isn’t simply a thing for fair times and bright days…What is belief - what is faith - if you don’t continue in it after failure?…Anyone can believe in someone, or something that always succeeds…But failure…ah, now, that is hard to believe in, certainly and truly. Difficult enough to have value. Sometimes we just have to wait long enough…then we find out why exactly it was that we kept believing…There’s always another secret.”

We used to sit in your living room after school and talk about all the plans we had for graduation. We’d move out of state and get a place to live far from all the things we hated; my parents, your parents, our teachers, the man at the bodega that always pretended he couldn’t hear us when we told him we were underage… You always did most of the talking. I was shy back then and I’d never complain when all you had to offer me was tap water and a 25¢ bag of popcorn. You’d tell me if I stuck with you, one day we’d never have to live like this again. I knew we were fifteen and in no position to be making promises of forever but it was comforting. I needed the sense of security back then.

Most kids our age were excited to grow up. Boys that used to be at our hips were suddenly leaning over to talk to us. People came to class flaunting their learner’s permits. Some kids were on track to finish high school early… It seemed like everyone knew what they were doing or what they wanted, even you. You just wanted time to stop. You wanted to come home every day and see me in your living room with my washed out jeans, eating stale popcorn and never changing. Even when I wasn’t sure anymore if I really wanted to leave this town, when I realized that maybe I wasn’t ever all that shy, but I was simply better at biting my tongue than voicing my own opinions, I still found myself nodding when you asked me if I’d really go with you. “Of course I want to leave this place,” I told you. “I need to get away from here." It wasn’t until after you left and I finally stopped missing you that I realized what I needed to get away from was not a place, but a person.

—  i once called you my best friend. i haven’t called you in years 3/?

“You were at a coffee shop that I happen to work at, and I saw you reading one of my books but no one knows I wrote it because I go under a fake name, and I maybe freaked out a little bit which freaked you out and now I have coffee down my shirt and you’re looking at me like I’m a serial killer but I promise it’s not what it looks like let me explain”

Lessons in Learned in Life

The truth is you’ll end up really disappointed if you think people will do for you as you do for them. Not everyone has the same heart as you.

Being ignored is the worst form of mental abuse in my opinion. The truth is I’m honestly ignored a lot by people I used to call friends. But that’s why they are in the past. In a way I had to adjust or learn to ignore the people that did the ignoring and keep on doing my own thing whether they care about it or not. I know if they really cared they would notice me more often or put in more of an effort in the friendship or take an interest in things that I like just because they know it would make me happy. Relationships / friendships cannot be one sided to work. It’s amazing to me sometimes how the majority of my statuses stay ignored or un-liked on FB. But I learned to let go of the negativity people present in the forms of fake friendships. If they don’t care, then I won’t either. Its sad how there are less and less people to trust in the world but even so…remember that there are still so many more people that deserve to spend your time with and that will appreciate you.

That is the faith I keep for myself and it helps me keep going, knowing that I am not alone or lost. Knowing that my words have meaning and that there are others out there that care about what I have to say.

It’s hard to walk away sometimes from people that we’ve known for a long time, but even the people we know the longest may not have the best intentions for us. We cannot build our lives around iffy foundations that have the chance to crack or sink. We need good solid foundations that we can depend to keep ourselves a float. And we need good people to help our sails to keep on sailing.

Do the things you used to talk about doing but never did. Know when to let go and when to hold on tight. Stop rushing and enjoy each moment. Don’t be intimidated to say it like it is but don’t be rude about it. Stop apologizing all the time if you didn’t do anything wrong. Learn to say no, so your “yes” has some meaning. Spend time with the friends who lift you up, and cut loose the ones who bring you down. Stop giving your power away. It’s normal to outgrow some people. Sometimes you’ll find that you’d rather sit with your own thoughts than chill with friends and that’s ok.

Keep friends that stand accountable for their own behavior especially when they do something wrong. Keep friends that apologize and make up for lost time. Share moments and dreams with people that are only going to encourage you to move forward.

Find someone who loves you well. Someone who never belittles you. Even in the heat of an argument. Someone who is gentle with you, but does not treat you like you are fragile. Someone who knows what you are capable of, and celebrates those pieces of you. Not someone who is intimidated by your strength. Someone who doesn’t make you feel guilty for being flawed. It is not love’s job to punish you. And remember the person you love is just as broken as you are when they fall short. No one is perfect – do not hold them to this standard. Find someone who is patient, forgiving, and apologetic. Someone who practices forgiveness freely and often. Love someone who is humble, kind, and empathetic. Not only with you, but with a beggar on the street, or a stranger in the supermarket. Common courtesy is important. Compassion is important. Kindness is important.

In the end when i walk away from anyone that doesn’t offer me respect, or pretends to care it has helped me focus my time and energy on the right things, the right people and the right vibes. 

I let go of things I could not change and kept patience with what I could. I kept at projects that I truly wanted to finish and happily started new ones with or without the encouragement, the support or the guidance that I so desperately wanted. When all else failed or when no one was there I was my own best friend.

It took me a long time to let go of things or people that were unnecessary in my life but when I finally had to, it helped me realize that I deserved better. Remember, you deserve the best of everything and that includes people too.


(づ ̄ ³ ̄)づ (◠‿◠✿)


A Great and Terrible Beauty

Sophie Turner as Gemma Doyle
Freya Mavor as Felicity Worthington
Alice Englert as Ann Bradshaw
Anna Popplewell as Pippa Cross
Suraj Sharma as Kartik
Amy Adams as Virginia Doyle
Daniel Craig as John Doyle
Aaron Johnson as Thomas Doyle
Shahid Kapoor as Amar
Lena Headey as Hester Asa Moore
Michelle Fairley as Headmaster Lillian Nightwing
Maria Doyle Kennedy as Mademoiselle Polly LeFarge
Peter Capaldi as Mr Grunewald
Jeremy Irons as Reverend Waite 
Kathy Bates as Brigid
Bonnie Wright as Mary Dowd
Kaya Scodelario as Sarah Rees-Toome
Chloe Moretz as Cecily Temple
Maisie Williams as Elizabeth Poole
Ana Mulvoy Ten as Martha Hawthorne
Shohreh Aghdashloo as Mother Elena
Gokhan Keser as Ithal
Yara Shahidi as Caroline
Eugene Simon as Pippa’s Knight
Lupita Nyong'o as the Huntress

     ”—— I saw a fire start once in India. One second, it was only a spark lost from a beggar’s fire, caught on a high wind. Within minutes, everything in sight was ablaze, thatched roofs crackling like so much dry kindling, mothers scurrying into the streets, carrying crying children.”

     ”This is how fires start. With a spark. And I see the sparks catching wind…”


‘Image from DongbuFeng

If this is true…..

Episode 10 'Operation: Beifong’

seems like it would be all about the Beifongs and saving them…but…it’s episode 10…EPISODE 10!!

Episode 11 would be 'Kuvira’s Gambit

So who/what is she going to sacrifice or risk?!?!?

Episode 12 would be 'Day of the Colossus

Day of the Avatar??

And Episode 13 Would be 'The Last Stand

There’s just so much about this that I could talk about….

First of all..the first episode of Book 1 is titled 'Welcome to Republic City’. The first starting with a welcome and the last finishing off with a last.

Secondly, it might have nothing to do with it, but I could not help but think about how the episodes of Avatar Wan were called 'Beginnings’.

The Last Stand obviously sounds like the last fight and the finishing off of the villain, but is it that simple? 

I can’t keep forgetting how literal the Book 3 finale title was 'Venom of the Red Lotus’, where Korra literally got poisoned and while I already knew the title, I never expected her to actually get poisoned

So I don’t know how to feel about these, whether their fake or real, 'The Last Stand’ sounds so simple yet complicated and I guess it’s also a reference to that episode being 'The Last Episode’.

Saying 'The Last’ a lot is making me think about 'The Last: Naruto the Movie’ xD







'Avatar The LAST Airbender’

Sorry for all the lasts in this post