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DAY 1 Wizard World Austin with @sebstansfan and I:

Includes: me asking my Starbucks question + Photo Op stories + Autograph pics and stories. Guys I had an amazing time and this is how it all went. HAVE FUN READING UNDER THE CUT HEHEEH (¬‿¬)

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yo… everyone thinking these accounts going on about “knowing things” about dan and phil are liars. i have no other easy way of telling you this. the things i’ve come across from them were all found online and taken from various accounts. they have no real information on dan and phil other than what’s been put online by other sources. i also know what these kids have done in the past: they start drama for dramas sake on twitter all the time. don’t give them the satisfaction of listening to their cheap fanfic-esque excuses for “proof” and save yourself some time

Today I got much work done, so I rewarded myself by drawing Finn the Human because he is my favorite Adventure Time character. Hooray.

So, I love how Finn is missing a few teeth, right? And it got me thinking that he’s probably gotten a lot of battle scars over the years what with all the fighting and adventuring. So I decided to scar him up because it’s fun. Lol. But yeah, I have a lot of feels for Finn because he just has such an interesting story, and I want to know more about it. Go forth you crazy last-of-your-species-raised-by-dogs boy, you.

I think that the withdrawal of the grant and the implication of student loans necessarily limits people that want vocational careers and produces a generation of people who feel that only the purpose of education is to earn money. And you already see it happening, right? It’s changed the vibe of campus and it changes the kind of people that want to go to college and I think it was done deliberately.

I think it was done deliberately to rid us of all these troublesome thinkers and artists, and of conscientious people. And I think that if Thatcher could have done it she would have done, because I remember a really famous bit of television—well I don’t think it was famous, but it was famous to me:

It was in about 1988 and she was being shown around a women’s college in Oxford, and she said to this girl, ‘What are you studying?’ And it was just broadcast as just a bit of like, filler footage. Thatcher went, 'What are you studying?’ and the girl said, 'Ancient Norse literature.’ And Mrs. Thatcher went: 'Ooh, what a luxury.’

And this wasn’t pointed up as meaning anything, but it does mean something. What it means is that the Prime Minister attached no intrinsic value to knowledge of another culture, or of the past, or of its language. And its a cliché to say, but you understand the modern world through its echoes in the past.

And obviously, there’s not a huge financial future in studying ancient Norse literature, but we do need people that know about these things, and the 'trickle-down’ effect of their knowledge enriches a culture and the people in it. And to say that, what she said—'What a luxury'—indicates that if she didn’t believe there was a direct financial value to it, that it was of no value and the pursuit of that information should not be subsidised by the state, and that’s wrong and I think it was done deliberately.

In the end, [Lord of the Rings, a film trilogy that wouldn’t exist without Tolkien who studied English literature at Oxford on scholarship funds,] that made a lot of money, didn’t it? But you know what, the problem with that is then you’re being drawn into fighting the war on their terms:

When Battersea Arts Centre was threatened with closure because of its withdrawal of funding from Wandsworth Council and when the Bush Theatre was threatened with closure because of the withdrawal of its grant from the Arts Council, the bigwigs from both those places engaged with their detractors by saying, 'But look, we developed Jerry Springer: The Opera and that went on to the West End and made loads of money for businesses,’ and the Bush went, 'We developed this play about whatsit, and so-and-so’s in it,’ and whatever.

But actually, what they should have said was: 'Look, we put on, for a week, a bloke blowing into a balloon and dragging it around on the floor and making funny sounds. And that didn’t transfer to the West End because it has no commercial future, but it is inherently worthwhile.’ That’s what they should have said: 'And that’s why it needs funding.’

But instead they engage on their [detractors’] terms and they’ve already lost because they talk to these people as if the only point of the art were to make money for shops in the West End because people on the way to the theatre were buying crisps. It’s like you’ve already lost because instead of going, 'Well we feel this has an inherent value in and of itself,’ you’ve gone: 'Yes, but look, it made loads of money!’ So it’s a problem.

British writer and comedian Stewart Lee, creator of Jerry Springer: The Opera, discusses current levels of student debt and how it is affecting the careers of potential comedians and other writers/artists/performers. He also discusses the importance of arts funding and grants and the need to defend art for art’s sake.

Lee studied English at St. Edmund Hall in Oxford on a full grant between 1986 and 1989. The Lord of the Rings mention comes from the fact that Tolkien himself studied English at Oxford under a scholarship.

Taylor, thank you for being so gracious and giving me this award this evening. I often think back to the first day I met you, also. I think about when I am in the grocery store with my daughter and I have a really great conversation about fresh juice, and at the end they say ‘you’re not that bad after all’. And it crosses my mind when I go to a baseball game and 60,000 people boo me. It crosses my mind a little bit. I think if I had to do it all again, what would I have done? Would I have worn a leather shirt? Would I have drank half a bottle of Hennessy and have the rest of it to the audience? I know you all drank that bottle too. If I had a daughter at that time would I have gone on stage and grabbed the mic from someone else’s?
—  Kanye West accepting his Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2015 MTV VMAs.

This is my final version of a long list of words the boys have been called. I was going to write “HOMOPHOBIC” on Liam’s one too. Drug addict is something Louis is also related to. “Cheater” for Zayn. 

Next time you read something about them remember that sometimes people aren’t the way they’re portrayed on newspapers. Remember that we, as people, have the power to create a Public Opinion about everybody and everything so be careful on making statements based on what you think you are seeing. The formation of Public Opinion can be done in seconds and the media has the power to spread that opinion like fire. 

So, don’t let these kids burst into flames.

- All the love x.


If you saw the section on the news earlier about the oreo lick race and the whole ‘it’s against the law to not show that a video is sponsored’ thing you will know they OUTED PHIL

this is 100% unacceptable

1. Phil is a hardworking member of the BBC crew and yet they are having a go at him… what a great way to treat your employees

2. the law on sponsored videos was passed AFTER the oreo lick race was uploaded so Phil, our little sunshine has done nothing wrong

reblog if you think the BBC should apologise to all of the creators they wrongly accused in that report. especially phil yanno, an employee…

(it’s 00:45 btw so i apologize for my grammar and general pissed-off ness)

Go for your Dreams

Everybody has dreams, even if they’re buried deep inside childhood fantasies. Here’s how to find them and make them come true.

1. Get in touch with your dreams. What do you fantasize about doing with your spare time? What extraordinary future makes you feel a little bit more alive when you imagine yourself in it? What did you dream about when you were a child? Think about it and write it all down.

2. Read books or check out websites relating to your dream. Steep yourself in the stories of people who have done or are doing what you want to do. See how they approached following their own dreams.

3. Establish a community. Make sure you have other people to talk to about your goals that will support you and not doubt your dreams. If there is no one in real life, try sites like einsteinfreckle.blogspot.com that let you become friends with people who will not only care about your dreams, but hold you accountable to them. But no matter what, have someone there that truly cares.

4. Identify mental obstacles that stand in the way of your dreams. For example, maybe you’ve always dreamed about becoming a painter, but you were too worried about what people think, or about not making enough money. In this case, your obstacles are ego and finances. Ask yourself honestly: What’s more important, achieving my dreams, or getting respect from my peers, or being financially secure? If I had to choose between my dreams and my other concerns, what would I choose?

5. Make changes in your life. If you’re not already working towards your dreams, you’re probably trapped in a cycle that keeps you locked away from them. Break that cycle if you can - and start to move towards your dreams.

Source: http://www.wikihow.com/Go-for-Your-Dreams

You know what line really got to me this episode?

And I think this is really important for Dipper. The fact that he really doesn’t have anyone to hang out with in Gravity Falls was touched upon in Carpet Diem

but nothing was really DONE. Mabel didn’t even apologize to him about it (although they did make up. the fact she never actually said she was ‘sorry’ is important though)

So while, yeah, she feels alienated from Dipper and all, but it really isn’t Dipper OR Ford’s fault. Hell, Dipper tries to include her.

But he’s met with nothing but mockery from both her AND Stan

and these two have been ganging up on Dipper all summer. You can’t deny that Mabel is Stan’s favorite.

Dipper finally has his friend.

But Mabel doesn’t know how it feels to be the one left out. She’s always front and center, especially when Dipper’s involved. He always puts her first. For once, he’s found something in common with someone who is not her. And while, yeah, Mabel should be afraid of what Ford’s influence on Dipper may be (see “keep this potentially universe ending thing a secret from everyone you know”) she SHOULDN’T be feeling bad that Dipper finally has a friend.

And notice at the end of the episode. Stan apologizes, and even says he’s okay with Dipper hanging out with Ford.

but Mabel doesn’t.

I am haunted by a scenario where Sam and Dean and Cas are all watching TV in Sam’s room and then it’s getting late, and Dean is tired, so he gets up to go to bed, and he’s not even thinking and he means to, like, ask Cas if he’s going to leave Sam alone to sleep and, I dunno, just meaning something like will he go anywhere else but he’s all bleary and tired so he just gets up and stretches and is like, “I’m heading to bed. You coming, Cas?” 

He gets all the way out into the hall before his head catches up and he panics, like, “Oh my god Sam must think we’re sleeping together what have I done.” 

Then Cas follows him out of the room instead of letting him have his panic attack about this in peace, and Dean looks at him meaning to apologise and pretend like he’s never met Cas in his life never mind accidentally invited him back to his room. And Cas just looks at him all confused and asks “Why are you still standing here? I thought we were going back to your room.”

Dean literally has no idea how this ends up with them together but it worked. 


“I’m going to take everything away from you.”
“I will get everything you ever had.”



I’ve used that word before to describe Carmilla, but this was definitely another case of my heart just breaking for her. We see her with her sister, her friend, the one she can giggle and laugh with and has shared so many memories with. 

Then to see her lose Mattie, while asking her like a lost little sister would, “What do I do? Tell me what I do?” And Mattie, instead of replying with harsh recrimination, just says “I think you’ve already done it, darling.” Then going on to warn her that someone else is out there, someone they have to be careful of, before dying in Carmilla’s arms. 

This would be the moment that would finally break Carmilla. That’s what so scary, and so incredibly sad. Carmilla has held on to her humanity, her optimism about these humans, and Laura, for so long. But Mattie’s death has severed all that for her. 

She will rage. And you know it’s because she’s so torn up inside.  

“Bro. Bro! Listen to the kids. First of all, thank you Taylor for being so gracious and giving me this award this evening. And I often think back to the first day I met you also. You know I think about when I’m in the grocery store with my daughter and I have a really great conversation about fresh juice… and at the end they say, ‘Oh, you’re not that bad after all!’ And like I think about it sometimes… It crosses my mind a little bit like when I go to a baseball game and 60,000 people boo me. Crosses my mind a little bit. And I think if I had to do it all over again what would I have done? Would I have worn a leather shirt? Would I have drank half a bottle of Hennessey and gave the rest of it to the audience? Ya’ll know ya’ll drank that bottle too! If I had a daughter at that time would I have went on stage and grabbed the mic from someone else’s? You know, this arena tomorrow it’s gonna be a completely different setup. Some concert, something like that. The stage will be gone. After that night, the stage was gone, but the effect that it had on people remained. The… The problem was the contradiction. The contradiction is I do fight for artists, but in that fight I somehow was disrespectful to artists. I didn’t know how to say the right thing, the perfect thing. I just… I sat at the Grammys and saw Justin Timberlake and Cee-Lo lose. Gnarls Barkley and the FutureLove…SexyBack album… and Justin I ain’t trying to put you on blast, but I saw that man in tears, bro. You know, and I was thinking, like, ‘he deserved to win Album of the Year!’ And this small box that we are as the entertainers of the evening… How could you explain that? Sometimes I feel like all this shit they run about beef and all that? Sometimes I feel like I died for the artist’s opinion. For artist’s to be able to have an opinion after they were successful. I’m not no politician bro! Look at that. You know how many times MTV ran that footage again? Cuz it got them more ratings? You know how many times they announced Taylor was going to give me the award cuz it got them more ratings? Listen to the kids bro! I still don’t understand awards shows. I don’t understand how they get five people who worked their entire life… sold records, sold concert tickets to come stand on the carpet and for the first time in they life be judged on the chopping block and have the opportunity to be considered a loser! I don’t understand it, bruh! I don’t understand when the biggest album, or the biggest video… I’ve been conflicted, bro. I just wanted people to like me more. But fuck that, bro! 2015! I will die for the art! For what I believe in. And the art ain’t always gonna be polite! Ya’ll might be thinking right now, ‘did he smoke something before he came out here?’ The answer is yes, I rolled up a little something. I knocked the edge off! I don’t know what’s gonna happen tonight, I don’t know what’s gonna happen tomorrow, bro. But all I can say to my artists, to my fellow artists. Just worry how you feel at the time, man. Just worry about how you feel and don’t NEVER… you know what I’m saying? I’m confident. I believe in myself. We the millennials, bro. This is a new mentality. We’re not gonna control our kids with brands. We not gonna teach low self-esteem and hate to our kids. We gonna teach our kids that they can be something. We gonna teach our kids that they can stand up for theyself! We gonna teach our kids to believe in themselves! If my grandfather was here right now he would not let me back down. I don’t know I’m fittin’ to lose after this. It don’t matter though, cuz it ain’t about me. It’s about ideas, bro. New ideas. People with ideas. People who believe in truth. And yes, as you probably could have guessed by this moment, I have decided in 2020 to run for president.


I think if you’re going to sell yourself as a leading man in Hollywood to say “I’m gay”, sadly, is still a huge obstacle. We all know actors who are [gay] who don’t want to talk about it or bring it up, or who deny it. I don’t really know what they do to deal with it. Human rights movements and sexual and gay rights movements have made huge social progress in the last 40 years, without a doubt, but there’s a lot more work to be done. I think it’s extraordinary that every time we get to a point where there’s any kind of trouble in society, people are scapegoated very, very, very quickly. (x)


I’ve been getting this question a lot so I thought it was time to do a more in-depth article. I would welcome feedback from any INFJs who are reasonably familiar with MBTI.

If you want to determine the difference between the two you need to look at the functions:

INTJ: Ni > Te > Fi > Se

INFJ: Ni > Fe > Ti > Se

As you can see, the second and third functions are different. Both have Introverted Intuition (Ni) as their primary function. Their auxiliary functions are going to be what most people see. Tertiary functions are going to be less well-developed.

Auxiliary Functions- These are what power each type. This is how they interact with the world.

INTJs use Extraverted Thinking (Te). INTJs are all about getting things done. They have a vision through their Ni use their Te to make it a reality. They are methodical and deliberate in their actions. They create lists, draw up plans, and systematically work to achieve their ends. How their plans will affect others is generally not taken into account. INTJs care more about rationality and efficiency.

Some INTJs are so obsessed with getting things perfect or achieving their goals that they forget to take into account the feelings of those working alongside them. INTJ communication is blunt and to the point. They are irritated by social rituals, though more mature INTJs recognize the benefit of doing them nonetheless.

INFJs use Extraverted Feeling (Fe). They care very much about maintaining group harmony. They want everyone to be happy. INFJs can be extremely good at reading people and identifying their emotions, which makes them good confidants. They support people’s feelings and want to do the right thing. Conflict is something they avoid and they generally want to do what’s best for everyone.

Some INFJs are too good at putting others first and inadvertently become doormats. I have seen more than one INFJ get caught up in codependence or abuse because they wanted to avoid conflict, giving more weight to other’s feelings than their own.

Tertiary Functions- These functions are weaker and take much longer to develop. They are usually stronger later in life.

INTJs use Introverted Feeling (Fi). Their feelings are more internalized. They may be extremely uncomfortable displaying outward emotions. Generally, they are more concerned with how things make them feel than how others are feeling. INTJs are well known for making comments deemed offensive, often unintentionally. Even after the offense is brought to their attention they may have trouble understanding why it made the other party upset (or they may not care). INTJs can care very intensely for a few people and may disregard the feelings of everyone else. This can lead to extreme selfishness in undeveloped INTJs.

INFJs use Introverted Thinking (Ti). People with Ti want the world to make sense internally, but aren’t as concerned with making this a reality. Someone with Ti may take something apart to see how it works, while someone with Te is more concerned with how it can be used. INFJs can use their Ti to notice logical inconsistencies when interacting with other people.

Note: I think it’s a good idea to read up on all eight of the functions and decide which ones apply most to you. Online test can be wrong. If you really want a better understanding of MBTI you need to study the functions.

Some other distinctions:

INTJ: Blunt and honest
INFJ: Caring and tactful

INTJ: I must accomplish my goals at all costs.
INFJ: I hope my goals don’t negatively impact anyone.

INTJ: Enjoys debating
INFJ: Dislikes conflict

INTJ: Efficient
INFJ: Efficient

INTJ: Speaks for themselves
INFJ: Speaks for the group

Further Reading:

Fi vs Fe 101
Extraverted Thinking (Te) in INTJs & ENTJs
How Fe Acts in all Four Positions
How Ti Acts in all Four Positions
How Te Acts in all Four Positions
How Fi Acts in all Four Positions
Fi vs Fe
Cognitive Processes


“I’m telling you, when I read the script, and I was like “This is going to be great.”  I was like, “But four girls?  This is going to be a nightmare.”  But I’m telling you, it is the perfect experience.  We’re not all necessarily best friends off set, but we all respect each other.  We all get along.  And it’s sort of we go there, everyone’s professional, everyone’s ready to work and excited about it.   But, yeah, we did.  We spent our first Thanksgiving together.  So it’s been three years this past Thanksgiving that we’ve done the show.  And it’s just great, you know.  I love the people I work with, and I couldn’t ?? we’re very, very lucky. I think that the reason we all get along is because we all look very different.  I think we’re all going to have very different careers.  And I think we’ve realized what we have to offer.  But Ashley is definitely the girl that I’ll talk about clothes with or about guys or something, so she’s like my little gossip friend. Shay is into philanthropy work.  She’s really big into charity.  But she’s also good at home decor, so she’s always on Pinterest, and so we’ll talk about that.  And then Troian is just brilliant.  She’s very intelligent.  She’s the friend that I’ll go to, to talk to about deeper stuff, I guess.  So it’s fun to have a lot of different types of friends.  It’s a good group of people.” - Lucy Hale


Well done, Wilkes Central High School, and your absolute forward thinking and acceptance of ALL students. Detect the sarcasm.

There is a post going around on Facebook about a student who attends WCHS. They came home with their yearbook. It’s quite lovely, as the cover showcases here. Now, inside is a page where throughout the year students were allowed to submit “anonymous secrets” that would be printed in the yearbook.

Behold the secrets.

Oh, but wait… what is this? Is there one with black electrical tape over it to obscure the secret? Upon peeling this tape up (carefully, otherwise you WILL rip this page as others have done) we see the secret that was just NOT ALLOWED: “I like guys and girls.”

Seriously. Let’s print about vomiting while kissing our boyfriend, but that is just TOO MUCH. So much so that every yearbook distributed was amended with this tape. Curiously, this was okay to make it into print but somewhere following production was decreed not acceptable and black tape - a defacement of property - was taken to the page instead.

I’m disappointed, Wilkes Central, but far from surprised in your behavior. I had so hoped that we had grown past this, but it seems we are still going around with the topic.

Spread this shit like wildfire. 

@The 100 Writers

So, there has been a million and one posts telling people (the writers) why Lexa’s death is terrible, some of them even by myself, but I am going to write this last one, and then I am done. 

I have been trying to put this into words, ever since the episode, and I really hope at least one of you reads it and it makes you think about what happened. 

Being not straight can be an incredibly lonely experience. While on tumblr there is a good community, most of us are surrounded by straight people in our daily lives, and there are some….aspects of being queer that you simply don’t discuss with straight people, quite frankly, because there is no point. There are experiences, that all of us collectively share, that you, thankfully, will never understand, and we can’t talk to our friends and families with. 

Being not straight is different from the moment you are born basically. Of course, not everyone knows they are queer when they are kids, but what actually happens, is that while straight kids are told by stories that their true love is the most powerful magic of all, and that it is the bright light that gets them trough the dark times in life, what most of us first hear about a girl loving a girl or a boy loving a boy is that it is wrong. Even if you are born into an accepting and open minded family/community (and many of us are not that lucky), the feedback that get from the world that that love is wrong, and that there is something wrong with you

You grow into a teenager from a kid, and you find your first love, or actually, it does not even have to be a teenager and a first love. Any love you have, when you have that balloon expanding in your chest feeling and you are with the person you love, and you experiencing your first kiss, your first date, your first getaway together, and you are incredibly happy, and the world still tells you, that you are wrong, and that the happiness you feel is wrong

My point is, growing up…not straight is definitely harder in ways, than growing up straight. I barely know any queer people apart from myself, but nobody I know has gone through it without a huge struggle (out of the two other people in my high school who have been not straight, one was basically expelled, and the other was forced to attend therapy “to fix him”). We face struggles that you have no idea about, and often times we do not ever bring them up, because if we do, it makes people uncomfortable, we are “pushing an agenda” and are “needlessly political”.

And how do people, especially young people deal with struggles? They turn to fiction. The power of fiction of all kind lies in that it helps us find people, characters who face the same struggles as we do, and shows us that those obstacles can be overcome, and that gives us hope. If anybody needs that, it’s young queer people, and yet, when we look for it, and look for stories to escape our real life problems, what we find is that we are practically invisible, and where we are not, our story almost certainly ends badly. The gay character dies, and the bisexual character ends up with a partner of the opposite sex (not trying to erase bisexuals who end up with a person of the opposite sex, just saying that this is a practice that happens in fiction way too often). 

And this is where you, Jason, Kim, Shawna, Javi etc come in. I am going to give you the benefit of the doubt and say that you simply didn’t think what you were doing through enough, and were simply thinking from your straight point of view, as opposed to purposefully fucking us over, mostly for my own sake because I looked up at all of you a tremendous amount, and it is much better for me to believe that it was an honest mistake, and not that you simply do not give a shit, because all you care about is the ratings. Others think different, but I am an optimist to the end, and it doesn’t really make a difference. 

It doesn’t make a difference, because at the end of the day, you will still go home, and the very very worst case scenario for you, which is still incredibly unlikely, is that the show gets cancelled after S3, since Lexa was a huge fan favourite, a huge part of the buzz surrounding the show, and the critical acclaim the show has received. The show gets cancelled, and you move onto new projects, and your life just goes on. 

But for us? While life moves on, and we are all going to move by this in a couple of days, weeks, months, the show, Lexa, and Clexa leaves a space that can not and will not be easily filled again, and while I know that as writers this makes you somewhat happy, I am telling you, it shouldn’t. 

Many of your fans have been young girls, young queer girls, who are just experiencing this for the first time. While after Finn’s death, however sad and tragic it was, you can change the channel, and find 5 other Finns, we will have to wait 10 or 15 years for another Lexa (and another Clexa). These girls have looked to this show for hope that even in a dark and dangerous world like The 100′s, you can find love, and that being gay/bi/etc. doesn’t equal that our place in the world is the sidekick and the throwaway loveinterest that shows use to be edgy, and then kills off as soon as they got their pat on the back. 

And you were responsible for breaking their hearts, and I really do not mean this in the positive “you have touched us with your genius storytelling” kind of way. They will carry this, man, I am sort of an adult, and I will carry it too, through my entire life. And you can say it was not your intention, straight people and journalists can argue about whether it was the dead lesbian trope or not like that even matters at all, but it doesn’t change the fact that these girls, and all of us has been yet again reinforced in what we have been told as long as we can remember, that we do not get a happy ending.

And you can say that this is not the message you were trying to give, but if I hit someone with my car, me saying I didn’t mean to and I didn’t see them doesn’t heal their broken bones, and I still should have driven more carefully. 

What you have to see that Lexa was not just a character for us. Clexa was not just a ship for us. The idea, that there can be a show where we are treated with respect, and get the “main couple treatment” is not something we ever got. The idea, that a romance that is for us, and a part of this incredible adventure, and between these incredible three dimensional characters who are people first, and leaders second, and their sexuality and relationship is a naturally flowing part of the story is something that we literally, never had before, (and it seems, we still don’t).

I really hope that someone actually took the time to read this through, because for the first time in my life, I feel like we have a chance at getting through to straight people and make them see how their actions hurt us, because it’s painfully obvious that the backlash you are experiencing is a lot bigger and a lot more devastating than you anticipated before.
You cannot change what has already happened, and I am sorry to say, but as nice that is, “I’m sorry, I see your pain, and I feel with you” doesn’t cut it this time because we all know you can’t actually feel our pain. What you can do, is do better in the future.

The Most Stereotypical Things the Types Have Ever Said/Done in Our Presence II

INFJ- “I’ve been home for like 3 hours and already feel some kind of way for no reason…”

INTJ- "Do you ever think about how your actions contribute to the entropy of the universe?”

ESFJ- “I just want everyone to be happy, why do they have to be annoying.”

INTP- “Oh shit, I was supposed to be there? I’m already 2 hours away.”

ENTJ- “Okay, we are going to figure out what our table is ordering NOW.” *commandeers all menus* “WE HAVE. TO PLAN. ACCORDINGLY.”

ENTP- “They say I will never make anything of myself. Look at my eyeliner. Look at these wings. They will fly me to success.” 

ESFP- *drags two trash bags onto beach, one full of fresh donuts and the other full of lobster breakfast sandwiches* “I just felt like it.”

ISFP- “My moss.” *caresses moss*

INFP- “So somehow I got an extension on my final project, because I procrastinated. Then I procrastinated on the extension. Around midnight the day my extension was due, my friend asked me if I even started and I said ‘nope.’ I think I ended up getting a low A on the project and he was pissed.”

ENFJ- “That episode where Squidward takes Spongebob’s hospitality for granted gives me such anxiety.”

ISFJ- “Dishes are like my favorite thing. You cant mess it up. You just scrub until its clean.”

ESTP- *Practices basketball with a semi-deflated dodgeball in the living room* “What? I had to do something while my food cooked.”

ISTP- “I got some work done on my research, but then I remembered I have my Oblivion disks.”

ISTJ- “So many of the Indian girls here are whitewashed. I just want to find one that wants to carry on the heritage of the Motherland as much as I do.”

ESTJ- “Your subjectivity ends when your head hits the pavement. And that’s an objective fact.”

ENFP- “When I give my time or attention to someone else it never exhausts me. I just feel like an ocean.”

~Nero & Nike