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Queer YA Books: Read

so here’s a list of books I’ve read for my project to read as many gay YA books as I can, as requested by @arabian-batboy and an anon friend, these will be listed in order by author’s last name, if I don’t link the book it’s because I didn’t think it’s worth reading, I’ll make comments on the one’s I think are best :) hope this is useful :) 

1. Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli (very good, re-read a few times now)

2. Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz

3. No Strings by Sara Alva 

4. Social Skills by Sara Alva 

5. Silent by Sara Alva (good book, there’s stuff about abuse and such, if you like sad but beautiful and happy at the end book, a go to)

6. The Island of Beyond by Elizabeth Atkinson (all the gay stuff is subtext, but cute coming of age) 

7. One Man Guy by Michael Barakiva (cute re-read a few times now)

8. Wonders of the Invisible World by Christopher Barzak (yes read it, now)

9. I am J by Cris Beam

10. Something Like Summer by Jay Bell 

11. Kamikaze Boys by Jay Bell 

12. Vintage: A Ghost Story by Steve Berman

13. The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black (if you liked “I’ll Give You the Sun” this is a must read, I view those books as spirt twins, go read this now)

14. That One Kid Who Freaked Out, Or Whatever by A.J.J. Bourque

15. For a Price by Hallie Burton

16. Gives Light by Rose Christo (first in a series, kinda goes off the rails latter on with drama overload, but this first one was very good)

17. Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List by Rachel Cohn/David Levithan

18. Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn/David Levithan (not gay as such, but queer characters make up the background of the book, worth reading if you’ve never really enjoyed a straight romance)

19. Invisibility by Andrea Cremer/David Levithan (again not gay, but a main supporting character is and his queerness is a big part of the story)

20. Beautiful Music for Ugly Children by Kirstin Cronn-Mills

21. Carry the Ocean by Heidi Cullinan (mental health is the theme and it’s the only book with an autistic main character I haven’t felt offended by so there’s that)

22. Aaron’s Story by Mason Dodd

23. Braden’s Story by Mason Dodd

24. Superhero by Eli Easton

25. Rosie and the Quarry Ghost by Rachel Eliason

26. Caged in Myth by J.T. Fairfield

27. The Great American Whatever by Tim Federle

28. The Screwed Up Life of Charlie the Second by Drew Ferguson

29. Being True by Jacob Z. Flores

30. Eagle Peak by Elizabeth Fontaine

31. Sweaters & Cigarettes by Mika Fox

32. All The Colors Of Love by Jessica Freely

33. The Battle for Jericho by Gene Gant

34. Lucky Linus by Gene Gant

35. Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin

36. The Boy’s Own Manual to Being a Proper Jew by Eli Glasman

37. Two Parties, One Tux, and a Very Short Film about The Grapes of Wrath by  Steven Goldman

38. The Mariposa Club by Rigoberto González

39. Tales from Foster High by John Goode (something of a classic)

40. Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green/David Levithan

41. Half Bad by Sally Green (will make you sad)

42. Half Wild by Sally Green (will make you cry)

43. Half Lost by Sally Green (will break your heart and step on the pieces and you’ll never be ok again)

44. None of the Above by I.W. Gregorio

45. The Last Exit to Normal by Michael Harmon 

46. Geography Club by Brent Hartinger

47. Totally Joe by James Howe (OMG one of my all time favorite books ever, if you love adorable, fluff, heartfelt, or were ever a little gay boy in middle school this is a must must read, must) 

48. After School Activities by Dirk Hunter

49. The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley by Shaun David Hutchinson

50. We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson

51. Problems I’m Having by Sam Isaacs

52. The Boy Who Couldn’t Fly Straight by Jeff Jacobson (loved this but there likely won’t be a sequel so if you can live never knowing go for it)

53. Haffling by Caleb James (loved it, magic, gays, growing up poor)

54. T.E.D. by Jayson James

55. Know Not Why by Hannah Johnson

56. On the Right Track by Sam Kadence

57. Intervention by Mia Kerick

58. The Red Sheet by Mia Kerick (I loved this one a lot) 

59. Us Three by Mia Kerick

60. Inclination by Mia Kerick

61. Not Broken, Just Bent by Mia Kerick

62. The Lightning-Struck Heart by T.J. Klune (why aren’t you reading this? you need to be reading this book, like now! it’s basically grown in a lab to be the book for Tumblr!) 

63. Openly Straight by Bill Konigsberg (I need to go re-read this)

64. Out of the Pocket by Bill Konigsberg

65. Absolutely Positively Not by David LaRochelle

66. Every Day by David Leviathan

67. Boy Meets Boy by David Leviathan (Classic maybe the first LGBT YA book to really make it or be published, it amazes me that it’s already 12 years old but it’s still special and true after all these years) 

68. How to Repair a Mechanical Heart by J.C. Lillis (a book about gay nerds and shipping, you know you want to read it)

69. Signs by Anna Martin

70. A Broken Kind of Life by Jamie Mayfield (I liked it but it’s very intense with rather upsetting themes) 

71. When Ryan Came Back by Devon McCormack (ghost boyfriends!) 

72. Vivaldi in the Dark by Matthew J. Metzger 

73. The Before Now and After Then by Peter Monn

74. Hero by Perry Moore (Moore’s death shortly after writing this book is one of the greatest losses that gay lit or superhero fiction could suffer)

75. Teeth by Hannah Moskowitz

76. Marco Impossible by Hannah Moskowitz

77. hidden by Tomas Mournian

78. Heavyweight by M.B. Mulhall

79. Birds on a Wire by Ellen Mulholland

80. I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson (every time I bring up that I like gay/queer YA books this one comes up, so I assume it doesn’t need me cheerleading it)

81. The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness (really cute and funny spoof of your standard YA hero story, but also has a lot of heart and soul)

82. More Than This by Patrick Ness

83. Fearless by Chris O'Guinn

84. Unintended by M.J. O'Shea

85. I’ll Always Miss You by Raine O'Tierney

86. M or F? by Lisa Papademetriou/Chris Tebbetts

87. Play Me, I’m Yours by Madison Parker (loved it, re-read it a lot)

88. Here’s to You, Zeb Pike by Johanna Parkhurst

89. Outtakes of A Walking Mistake by Anthony Paull 

90. Sprout by Dale Peck

91. Band Fags! by Frank Anthony Polito

92. Drama Queers! by Frank Anthony Polito

93. When Everything Feels Like the Movies by Raziel Reid (cries and cries, sad ending)

94. The Hidden Oracle by Rick Riordan (why yes its a Percy Jackson book with a bi/pansexual main character and a gay teenage boy couple as major characters, why haven’t you read it yet?) 

95. Carry On by Rainbow Rowell (awesome book, amazing, must read, go read it now!) 

96. My Awesome/Awful Popularity Plan by Seth Rudetsky

97. Bait by Alex Sanchez

98. The God Box by Alex Sanchez

99. Rainbow Boys by Alex Sanchez (another early classic got me through high school) 

100. So Hard to Say by Alex Sanchez (my favorite thing Sanchez has ever done, adorable) 

101. Getting It by Alex Sanchez

102. Fans of the Impossible Life by Kate Scelsa 

103. Drag Teen by Jeffery Self 

104. Playing by the Book by S. Chris Shirley

105. More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera (heart breaker) 

106. Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith

107. Freak Show by James St. James (oh my god, James you beautify man you thanks for all you do) 

108. Wrestling with Desire by D.H. Starr

109. Ray of Sunlight by Brynn Stein (I’m not crying you’re crying!)

110. Imaginary by Jamie Sullivan 

111. Rock by Anyta Sunday

112. (In)visible by Anyta Sunday

113. 366 Days by Kiyoshi Tanaka (honestly my favorite book on here, I can re-read it in like 3 hours because I won’t stop for anything, that said it’s also maybe the darkest and most intense book here, not to say there aren’t cute and sweet moments lots of those, but also darkness, you’ve been warned)

114. Because You’ll Never Meet Me by Leah Thomas (great book) 

115. Just Between Us by J.H. Trumble

116. The Price of Falling by Melanie Tushmore

117. Highly Illogical Behavior by John Corey Whaley

118. Teenage Rewrite by Brandon Williams

119. What They Always Tell Us by Martin Wilson

120. Parrotfish by Ellen Wittlinger 

121. Turning 16 by Perie Wolford

122. A Boy Like Me by Jennie Wood

123. Suicide Watch by Kelley York (another good but dark book)

hope this is helpful to some one and I hope you find a book you enjoy, let me know I’d love to hear what people think when they read something from this list :) 

Open Your Mind To The Unknown.

Request from anon:Can I request an avengers x reader where she’s very young like 18-20 physically but she’s actually a few 100 years old and a vampire? Fury assigns her as added protection for Barton’s family but he’s unsure of her because of what she is. He finds his family actually adores her and she’s very loving and gentle with his kids. She only drinks animal blood and rarely human unless they are deemed a threat to the family.

Note: I really enjoyed writing this so I hope you all like reading it just as much. It was a completely different kind of idea and so the way I wrote it is, fingers crossed, hopefully how anon had it in their mind :)

Clint Barton x Vampire!Reader

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Disclaimer: None of the GIFs used are mine so all credit goes to their creators <3

“Sorry could you just repeat what you said….” The expression on Clint’s face as he sat in the briefing room with the rest of The Avengers was one of sheer astonishment as he turned his attention to Tony. “…I must have been concussed in the last mission because I could have sworn you just said that there was going to be a goddamn vampire looking after my family.”

“I checked you over in the infirmary…..you’re not concussed.”

Bruce’s voice was like that of a nervous child as he put this out into the open – he was fidgeting with the ends of his sleeves, the tension that was slowly beginning to build up inside the room making him a little more nervous than usual. Clint shot him a glare before throwing his chair backwards and standing himself up straight.

“Then obviously you have given me some kind of hallucinogenic drug because I am hearing insane things coming out of Stark’s mouth here.”

The doctor shook his head but refused to speak out this time, unsure of how Clint would react if he did.

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Let’s try some kuroken youtube au too.

There were some things Kuroo Tetsurou prided himself on. His good looks, his charm, his  ability to cook – not only edible, but good meals…He was a man of many talents, one would say.

Kuroo Tetsurou, however, was not very good at hiding his feelings.

This could be told by the various amounts of people in the comments sections of his videos pointing out, for the millionth time, that he was absolutely, 100%, hella queer for his best friend, roommate, and fellow youtuber Kozume Kenma.

-Oh my god he’s so gay.

-Omf Kuro just fickin date him already ugh.

-This is so gay wtf are kuroo and ken-chan dating???

-Does anyone else see th e waY KUROO LOO KS AT KENMA

“Kuroo, what’s wrong?” The source of all his problems asks from his spot on the couch. He must have heard Kuroo groan.

“Nothing, just going through some comments.”

“Ah,” Kenma says, and that’s that.

Maybe I should just tell him… “Hey, Kenma?” Wait, no, I’d better not. If I fuck up, things will be awkward, and I can’t make things awkward, he’s my roommate for fucks sake. “…You want to just order pizza tonight? I don’t feel like cooking.”


“Can I call Bo and Akaashi over? We can have a movie night.”



Kuroo stands in a hurry, and rushes to his bedroom to grab his cellphone.

He dials Bokuto first, inviting his other best friend over, and orders the pizza. He doesn’t bother with asking Kenma what he wanted, he already knows. With a sigh, Kuroo enters the living room again to see Kenma’s moved. Now, instead of lying lazily against the front of the couch with his laptop against bent knees, he’s sitting curled up on the couch in Kuroo’s blankets he’d left alone when he went to order pizza, playing on his ds.

“Took you long enough…” Kenma mumbles when Kuroo falls onto the couch. “I’m cold.”

“Ha, sorry, Bo wanted to talk forever again…” Kenma falls onto his lap, and hums.

“How’d the video turn out, anyways? I haven’t gotten around to watching it yet.”

“Great!” Kuroo says, smiling. “Great– everyone liked it. Everyone liked you.”

“As they should,” Kenma huffs, “I’m on your channel enough, they should at least be used to me.”

- Omg just d8 alreadY

- Kuroo if you don’t aSK HIM OUT


Kenma looks up from his game, and frowns. “Kuroo–”

“We’re here!” The apartment door flies open, and Bokuto strides in, followed more calmly by Akaashi. 

“Pardon the intrusion,” He mumbles when he enters the living room and sits gingerly in a chair nearby. “And sorry about him; I told him you two might like it if he knocked, but…”

“Kuroo and Kenma don’t have anything to hide from me!” Bokuto says, and Kuroo turns to where his voice is coming from. 

“Oi! Quit eating all our food! Pizza’s on its way.”

“Oh, what kind what kind?”

“Meat lovers for us, plain cheese for our boring roommates,” Kuroo points a look in Akaashi’s direction since he can’t look at both Kenma and Akaashi at the same time, and Kenma sticks his tongue out at him from his spot on his lap. It strikingly occurs to Kuroo how tempted he was to say “our boring boyfriends,” but he shakes it off and sticks his tongue out right back. 

- - - 

“We’ll see you guys next week when we come over to film!”


“I’ll miss you bro!” 

“I’ll miss you too, bye,”

“You don’t even sound the tiniest bit sad!”

“Because I’m not.”


“Bye.” The door slams shut in Bokuto’s face, only to be opened a second later, an “I love you,” tossed out to pouting lips, and then it’s slammed shut again. Kuroo walks back into the living room and collapses on the couch, where Kenma was sleeping soundly. He sighs softly, and pulls out his phone, snapping a picture of himself making a contemplative face, Kenma sleeping clearly in the background. He captions it “To move him or not to move him” and sends it to his snapchat story without even thinking. then he snaps a picture of just him sleeping, saves it to his phone, and closes the app. 

Kenma shifts in his spot, and makes a cute noise Kuroo knows Kenma would blush at having known he’s made it, and Kuroo feels his heartbeat pick up. He was just too cute. Hesitantly, Kuroo slides his arms under Kenma, and lifts him up gingerly, careful not to jostle him. When he – somehow – gets Kenma’s bedroom door open and finds his way to his bed in the darkness, he’s relieved. He can go back to his room and wallow in his gay thoughts alone

However, his plan is ruined by Kenma grabbing onto his shirt and tugging him down with him onto the bed. “Stay with me…”

And then Kuroo remembers they watched a scary movie tonight, and that Kenma can’t sleep alone after watching scary movies. He fell asleep in the middle of it, he can’t possibly be scared, Kuroo thinks, but crawls into bed anyways, allowing Kenma to curl up next to him. 

With a sigh, he pulls out his phone and looks at his notifications. A whole bunch of people have already screenshotted the photo he’d put up, and it was on twitter with directs to him, all amounting to, seemingly, one thing: 

-@ kurooohoho: What is this??? Why is this so cute???

-@ kurooohoho: Omg just date alrdy

-@ kurooohoho: Wtf this is so gay

…That he was absolutely, 100%, hella queer for his best friend, roommate, and fellow youtuber Kozume Kenma.

Kuroo groans and lets his head hit the pillow under him. Kenma instantly nuzzles his head into his neck, making that adorable noise again, and Kuroo tries his best not to die then and there. He’ll be ok. It’s only for the night anyways…

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1. “Are you kidding me?”
2. “What is going on?”
3. “Please tell me that was you?”
4. “How long have you been stood there?”
5. “Let me in.”
6. “Why is it so cold?”
7. “Paint is meant to go on the wall not your face.”
8. “Are you okay?”
9. “How long have you known?”
10. “That could’ve gone better.”
11. “You really thought that this was a good idea?”
12. “Where am I?”
13. “It’s One in the morning.”
14. “Let’s bake!!”
15. “Why are you holding our child like Simba?”
16. “I don’t trust you.”
17. “I hate you…”
18. “Don’t talk to me.”
19. “Just stay away from me okay?”
20. “You don’t know what it feels like…”
21. “They’re dead…”
22. “What do I do?”
23. “I’m pregnant…”
24. “This is going really badly. It’s like watching a car crash in slow motion.”
25. “I wasn’t staring! I was watching…intently.”
26. “This is what you call handling the situation?”
27. “Truth or Dare?”
28. “They’re your child before 5AM.”
29. “We’ve watched 12 episodes we need to stop now.”
30. “You know you can talk to me right?”
31. “Everything is going to be fine.”
32. “Aw, you’re so cute.”
33. “Don’t make me come over there.”
34. “Run.”
35. “Calm down.”
36. “Dance with me.”
37. “Just stop talking.”
38. “It’s getting late…”
39. “Wait. Are we lost?”
40. “Don’t go…”
41. “This is…a strange turn of events.”
42. “Everything we do is weird to everyone else but us.”
43. “That was the police…”
44. “Bro…”
45. “Please don’t hate me. I couldn’t bare the thought of not seeing you every day…”
46. “This is as far as I had got plan wise I’m afraid.”
47. “And now it’s snowing. Brilliant.”
48. “Yay…road trip.”
49. “Let’s play 20 questions.”
50. “What makes you happy”
51. “It’s complicated…”
52. “After everything…I’d still choose you.“
53. “This could only happen to me.”
54. “Say something…”
55. “Come here…”
56. “Don’t shut me out.
57. “What are we waiting for?”
58. “We need to talk…”
59. .“We can’t keep doing this.”
60. "Haven’t you read that already?”
61. .“I can’t stand back and watch you do this…”
62. “You’re such an idiot.”
63. .“Why did you kiss me?”
64. .“Don’t pretend you’re not having fun.”
65. .“PUPPY!”
66. .“Do you really think I could replace you?”
67. “Because I love you…”
68. .“Duck.”
69. “I said there was a plan, I never said it was a good one.”
70. “Put. The snowball. Down.”
71. .“Did you just smile?”
72. .“When did things get this hard?”
73. "I suppose…we’re all stories in the end.”
74. “Did you have to hit me?”
76. .“Come inside…”
77. “You deserve better than that.”
78. “You’d do that for me?”
79. “You were willing to give up everything…”
80. “Oh for the love of god just kiss already!”
82. “Are you saying goodbye?”
83. “Another life…”
84. “Well that was stupid.”
85. “You love me really.”
86. “That was smooth.”
87. “Sometimes, the hardest thing and the right thing are the same.”
88. “I have a very good explanation for all of this.”
89. “Wait…are you actually struggling for something to say?”
90. “Nice save.”
91. “Do you want me to go?”
92. “What are you even talking about?”
93. .“How are you allowed out in public…”
94. “I’m going to stay, okay? I’m going to stay with you.”
95. “And when were you planning on telling me this?”
96. “Because…I care about you…”
97. “That’s stupid! Let’s do it!”
98. “Why am I friends with you.”
99. “It’s okay! You’re safe, I promise. It was just a nightmare.”
100. .“What is it? What happened?”
101. "It could’ve been worst.”
102. “what an appalling piece of advice!”
103. “Pizza and a movie?”
104. “If you weren’t so cute…”
105. “I mean you could’ve just stopped talking?!”
106. “You’ve been awake for 48 hours this isn’t healthy.”
107. “I think we should take you to hospital…”
108. “Please say you know who I am?”
109. “It must be awful to look at the person you love and for them to look back at you and have no idea who you are…”
110. “Nobody is invincible…”
112. “I would never forget.”
113. “Oh my god that rain is vicious.”
114. “Is it bedtime?”
115. “How’s my little soldier?”
116. “Bored. Bored. Bored.”
117. “Your go.”
118. “Stop staring.”
119. “Oh. Bit of a domestic going on.”
120. “You really don’t believe me…”
121. “What now?”
122. “I’m sorry, you’ve been cheating on me how long?”
123. “Look, I’m sorry I put you off when you were playing Mario Kart. Please can you let me back in now…”
124. “Don’t worry I took care of your animal crossing town whilst you were ill, I did all the weeding and helped almost pay off your loan.”
125. “Let’s get you to bed.”
126. “How can something so small be so loud?”
127. “Here. Take my jacket.”
128. “I’m not special. I’m nothing.”
129. “I don’t want to lose you.”
130. “I have calculated how far that window opens. Take it as a warning.”
131. “How was that supposed to help?”
132. “Come to bed.”
133. “Please sit down. I can’t pick you up off the floor of you fall over.”
134. “Look at me. Are you hurt?”
135. “How much longer can we keep doing this?”
136. “We could be happy…”
137. “Are you an actual idiot?”
138. “I may have..sort of… just adopted four dogs…”
139. “We’ve watched this film 7 times.”
140. “I could kiss you!”
141. “Are you limping?”
142. “On a scale of one to ten how illegal is this?”
143. “Wh..what do I do? Tell me what do I do?”
144. “Will you stay with me?”
145. “I’m doing this to protect you.”
146. “I’ve nearly lost you once. I’m not risking it again.”
147. “Two minutes. Just give me two minutes…”
148. “Welcome home.”
149. “I don’t belong anywhere…”
150. “What about us?”
151. “You are the human version of a headache.”
152. “I’m not sure how much more of this I can take.”
153. “Why didn’t you tell me?”
154. “Just take my word for it.”
155. “Look, we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it.”
156. “Sorry I stopped listening about ten minutes ago. What on earth are you talking about?”
157. “I thought I knew you but now? I don’t know…”
158. “Respect and trust go both ways.”
159. “Oh ye of little faith.”
160. “Well, I just put 2 and 2 together…”
161. “It’s a stupid stupid idea.”
162. “Why do I let you talk me into these things?”
163. “When are you going to stop pretending that nothing ever hurts you?”
164. “Who put you in charge?”
165. “What did your last slave die of?”
166. “In your dreams.”
167. “We make a pretty good team you and me.”
168. “Leave it. It’s not worth it.”
169. “I didn’t want to get you involved.”
170. “I shouldn’t have come…”
171. “We know how it’s going to end…we always have…”
172. “Do you know what’s it’s like? Wanting to give up but knowing you can’t because everyone else needs you to be strong.”
173. “I’m guessing that wasn’t part of the plan.”
174. “I haven’t got time for this.”
175. “What happened to being one of the good guys?”
176. “What was that you just threw at me.”
177. “If I have to do this then so do you.”
178. “Are you angry?”
179. “Why are you being so nice to me?”
180. “What if this isn’t how it’s supposed to be? What if we’re just clutching at whatever time we’ve got?”
181. “Maybe I wasn’t meant to have friends…maybe I’m supposed to be alone?”
182. “Ugh I do not have an interest in football I can’t believe you made me come here.”
183. “I’m too late aren’t I?”
184. “Don’t quote ‘Only Fools And Horses’ at me I’m trying to be dramatic.”
185. “Even if I wasn’t awake I would be now.”
186. “I fall for it every time.”
187. “Don’t ever do that to me again!”
188. “Are you safe? Where you are now…tell me that if nothing else. Are you safe?”
189. “I want my family back.”
190. “I’m just tired.”
191. “I bet you think you’re funny.”
192. “Real monsters are human…learnt that a long time ago.”
193. “I had a weird dream about you last night.”
194. “If you’re going to have your friends round you’ve got to play nice.”
195. “Oh well that’s made me feel much better.”
196. “Did they lay a finger on you?”
197. “Of all the things to be hereditary.”
198. “You owe me a new door.”
199. “I’m going to bed because I can’t cope with this anymore.”
200. “Next time an idea forms in that head of yours share it with the group.”
201. “text me when you get there.”
202. “In hindsight it wasn’t my best idea.”
203. “Is that my hoodie?”
204. “Excuse me but let me get this straight. You want me to sleep here? In the haunted house?!”
205. “Okay well that’s broken.”
206. “But…it was so real…”
207. “Look, I appreciate you trying to be kind but you’re really not helping…”
208. “Drive!”
209. “Well this is it. This is how it ends!”
210. “Don’t look at me in that tone of voice.”
211. “How many energy drinks have you had?”
212. “As the adult here I shouldn’t be encouraging this.”
213. “Okay so we just follow the recipe. I mean how hard can it be?”
214. “Hi. Yeah. I’m lost and have less than £10 on me and my phone is on 3% Erm. Help. Please…”
215. “What the fluffing beans was that?”
216. “My stress lessons reached crying in McDonalds yesterday but apart from that I’m fine.”
217. “Why does coming to a fair make me feel 12 years old?”
218. “I wanted to tell you. I really did. But how could I?”
219. “I was falling apart and no one could tell…”
220. “I’m you’re real dad/mum.”
221. “Well…this has certainly been the most entertaining evening…”
222. “I’ve seen enough episodes of Poirot to know nothing good ever happens on a train.”
223. “When are you going to realise that what you do effects everyone around you?”
224. “The memories hurt more.”
225. “I wish I’d just…I wish I’d done more whilst I had the chance…”
226. “We’re best friends because our parents could not cope with us as twins.”
227. “We’ve all lived through our own horrors and I think, no matter how fast we run, they’ll always catch up with us in the end.”
228. “I was replaceable…”
229. “Someone just ran us off the road.”
230. “If we’re going we have to go now.”
231. “I knew someone was missing from my life. I just didn’t know who…”
232. “We were young and messed up.”
233. “What do you know? You don’t know anything!”
234. “I wish I’d never met you.”
235. “I was scared you’d leave.”
236. “I don’t like the person I’ve become.”
237. “Why do you even put up with me?”
238. “He/she’s better of without me.”
239. “When did everything become so tragic.”
240. “Everyone has that story they never tell.”
241. “I’m leaving. I’m sorry but…i just can’t do this anymore..
242. "If you’re gonna be like that do it yourself.”
243. “Why do I let him/her treat me like that?”
244. “I’ll take them to school today.”
245. “I’m sick of everyone thinking I’m someone I’m not.”
246. “Just give me your hand.”
247. “Don’t do this…”
248. “You were always there when I need you.”
249. “Mind if I join?”
250. “Maybe we’ll just have to figure this out together.”

Horror Movie Sentence Starters

“They don’t fall down when they’re shot.”

“That cold ain’t the weather. That’s death approaching.”

“Love means never having to say you’re ugly.”

“Get away from her, you bitch.”

“Well hello Mister Fancypants. Well, I’ve got news for you pal, you ain’t leadin’ but two things, right now: Jack and shit… and Jack left town.”

“Good ___, bad ___. I’m the guy with the Gun.”

“Paradise lost? Found it!”

“Supernatural, perhaps; baloney, perhaps not.”

“We medicals have a better way than that. When we dislike a friend of ours, we dissect him.”

“I am, what psychiatrists call, alpha male.”

“They’re all gonna laugh at you.”

“These are godless times, _____.”

“Hi, I’m Chucky. Wanna play?”

“Don’t fuck with the Chuck.”

“One-stop shopping: everything you need, right at your fingertips.”

“When there is no room left in hell, the dead will walk the earth.”

“You want me to salute that walking pile of puss?”

“That’s my mother you’re pissing on.”

“Hey ___! Remember when I said this car was death proof? Well, that wasn’t a lie. This car is 100% death proof. Only to get the benefit of it honey, you really gotta be sitting in my seat.”

“Well, since you’ll be leaving in the next couple of days, that rain check will be worthless. But that’s okay. I understand if I make you uncomfortable. You’re still a nice girl/boy, and I still like you. But I must warn you of something - you know how people say ‘You’re okay in my book’ or 'In my book, that’s no good?’ Well, I actually have a book. And everybody I ever meet goes in this book. And, now I’ve met you, and you’re going in the book! Except, I’m afraid I must file you… under… chicken shit.”

“Boy/Girl, the next word that comes out of your mouth better be some brilliant fuckin’ Mark Twain shit. 'Cause it’s definitely getting chiseled on your tombstone.”


“We just cut up our girl/boyfriend with a chainsaw. Does that sound 'fine’?”

“What an excellent day for an exorcism.”

“I’m the guy/girl that’s gonna save your ass.”

“Whoa. Monster cock.”

“I’d say I’m a pretty darn good father. My father tried to eat me, I don’t remember trying to eat my kid.”

“Is that blood on your zombie?”

“Why aren’t you eating me?”

“Be afraid… Be very afraid.”

“Something came out of the fog and tried to destroy us. In one moment, it vanished. But if this has been anything but a nightmare, and if we don’t wake up to find ourselves safe in our beds, it could come again. To the ships at sea who can hear my voice: look across the water, into the darkness. Look for the fog.”

“It’s Alive! It’s Alive!”

“I should warn you, princess - the first time tends to get a little messy.“

"Every town has an Elm Street.”

“I’ve seen enough horror movies to know that any weirdo wearing a mask is never friendly.”

“No, thanks. I’ve already had a wife.”

“Do they look like psychos? Is that what they look like? They were vampires! Psychos do not explode when sunlight hits them, I don’t give a fuck how crazy they are!”

“We’ve been going about this all wrong. This Mr. Stay Puft’s okay! He’s a sailor, he’s in New York; we get this guy laid, we won’t have any trouble!”

“We came, we saw, we kicked its ass!”

“I get this ache… And I, I thought it was for sex, but it’s to tear everything to fucking pieces.”

“Goddamn foreign TV. I told ya we should’ve got a Zenith.”

“That’s cause I’m the sheriff, asshole.”

“Yeah? Well, your nipples are dumb.”

“It’s Halloween, everyone’s entitled to one good scare.”

“The dead are not quiet in Hill House.”

“No tears please, it’s a waste of good suffering.”

“If I wanted to listen to an asshole, I’d fart.”

“Oh? You got a letter? I got ran over, ___ gets her/his hair chopped off and ___ gets a body in her/his trunk and you get a letter? That’s balanced.”

“Drink from me. And live forever.”

“So he… he ate your hand? How did you dig the hole?”

“I don’t even fucking speak Chinese!!”

“You’re going to need a bigger boat.”

“You know that part in scary movies when somebody does something really stupid and everyone hates them for it? This is it.”

“One thing about living in Santa Carla I never could stomach, all the damn vampires.”

“I’m your number one fan.”

“Well, you just pissed me off.”

“They’re coming to get you, Barbara!”

“I’m your boyfriend now!”

“We don’t need a stretcher in there. We need a mop!”

“Whatever you do, don’t fall asleep.”

“Welcome to prime time, bitch.”

“You’ve got the body, I’ve got the brain.”

“Sometimes dead is better.”

“Today is thanksgiving day for cats. But only if they came back from the dead.”

“No more dead bodies for Daddy tonight.”

”Don’t shoot yourself. Don’t shoot each other. And especially… don’t shoot me.”

“They’re here!”

“I don’t get mad. I bake.”

“You’re keeping me alive because you don’t know DOS?!”

“A boy’s best friend is his mother.”

“We all go a little mad sometimes.”

“You’ll never get credit for my research. Who’s going to believe a talking head? Get a job in a sideshow.”

“I know you’re there. Because I can smell your brains.”

“That was very student film.”

“I wanna play a game.”

“To see what your insides look like.”

“Do you like scary movies?”

“No, please don’t kill me, Mr. Ghostface, I wanna be in the sequel!”

“Never say who’s there? Don’t you watch scary movies? It’s a death wish. You might as well come out to investigate a strange noise or something.”

“We’ve already played that game, remember? You lost.”

“It’s been a funny sort of day, hasn’t it?”

“All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.”

“Darling. Light, of my life. I’m not gonna hurt ya. You didn’t let me finish my sentence. I said, I’m not gonna hurt ya. I’m just gonna bash your brains in.”

“Heeeeeeeeere’s Johnny!”

“I can smell your cunt.”

“Who can say. Best thing for him, really. His therapy was going nowhere.”

“I see dead people.”

“If I weren’t about to shit in my pants right now, I’d be fuckin’ fascinated.”

“He’s a goddamn Martian?”

“Martians is from Mars.”

“Or it’s a general term meaning 'outer-space fucker’.”

“Trust is a tough thing to come by these days.”

“I know you gentlemen have been through a lot, but when you find the time, I’d rather not spend the rest of this winter TIED TO THIS FUCKING COUCH!”

“You gotta be fucking kidding.”


“Hey - check this out! I found the ass end!”

“You really scared me, if that’s what you wanted. Is that what you wanted?”

“Your blood all over me.”

“I came to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and i am all out of bubblegum.”

“Aloha” and The Continued Legacy of Hollywood’s Backwards, Whitewashed Hawaii

Originally, this began as a response to my friend Mokihana Aki sharing a depressing sound bite on Facebook, from Rachel McAdams in regards to Cameron Crowe’s new movie “Aloha.” I was already quite incensed about the film, for reasons I will outline soon. When I read the following quote, however, what started as an angry Facebook comment thread, turned into my very first blog post. 

The following response was in reference to some criticism the film had met in regards to its portrayal of Hawaii. Quote: “Just my experience of being there and working with Cameron [Crowe] I think he was very respectful of Hawaiian culture and really embraced it. You know we kicked off the film with a traditional Hawaiian blessing that one of the Hawaiian chiefs conducted and we spent a lot of time listening to Hawaiian music and going out and experiencing Hawaiian culture so I think that’s an unfortunate, probably not fair comment from my point of view having been there with him.“

Really…unfortunate? Not fair? In my opinion, if ALL your characters are White in a movie that takes place in Hawaii; if nobody properly pronounces Hawaiian words; and cultural references to Native Hawaiians are not 100% factual (you have Google now, so there’s no excuse for you making stuff up anymore!), then no, I’d have to say you were NOT and are NOT respectful of Hawaii’s people and culture. Oh, and if you’re not fully convinced, then here’s another great sound bite from the director himself: “I say whether you see it this weekend or later on TV or something, check it out because we really honor Hawaii in every frame of this movie.” 

Look, I love you Cameron Crowe. You’ve been one of my favorite filmmakers for years. But seriously? SERIOUSLY? Every frame? Explain to me, then, why the hell there are absolutely NO people of color in this movie’s trailer? Not. A. Single. One. Believe me, I LOOKED! I’m talking main characters, supporting characters, extras…NOTHING. Oh sure, if you’re lucky you might catch a brown blur in the background sea of extras, or see a glimpse of the requisite hula dancers that for some reason always appear on the runway of the airports in these movies set in Hawaii. Yeah, maybe back in the day of Elvis movies that happened, but no WAY does it exist today. 

Oh, and don’t forget the shot of White people making simple trite hula moves…you can’t have a movie in Hawaii without it! Sure, hula is an actual part of Native Hawaiian culture, rooted in sacred religious beliefs. Sure, hula was actually banned for over 50 years by White missionaries, effectively neutering Hawaiian culture for multiple generations. Sure, the Hawaiian language was banned for almost 70 years, reducing the amount of Native speakers to a small, SMALL handful today. But clearly, none of those things are as important as maintaining stupid, ignorant stereotypes and myths about Hawaii, in a time when there is no longer an excuse for perpetuating those images. If Cameron Crowe had set his movie on a Native American reservation, and had his all-White cast run around with feathers and painted faces, howling with their hands over their mouths, he would have been torn apart, right?

Why, then, is Hawaii and its people considered so damn expendable? Why does a place where its culture and history are ripe with factually accurate stories and characters, get reduced to a paradise backdrop mysteriously absent of the racially diverse population it is famous for? If all you want are pretty beaches and lush green valleys in the background, Hollywood, I hear green screen is a highly effective filmmaking tool! 

Lastly, I must address the title of this film: the one Hawaiian word that is synonymous in every tourist or non-Hawaii citizen’s mind with their image of Hawaii and its people. The gimmick of its double meaning (something, I might add, that is common in other languages, INCLUDING ENGLISH) has been snatched by 20th Century Fox’s crack marketing team and roped into becoming fodder for a cheesy tagline on a poster: “Sometimes you have to say goodbye before you can say hello.” Well, if these inept geniuses even bothered to do a simple Google search, they’d know that while the word “aloha” does have multiple meanings including “hello,” “goodbye,” and “love” (feel-good rom com, you guys!), the important meaning of the word is its literal translation: breath of life. 

Now, having not seen this movie yet, I will not discount the possibility that Mr. Crowe somehow managed to take a minute out of his day to learn this, and perhaps even address it at some point in the film. However, using a word that is literally connected to the life spirit of the Hawaiian people, as the title for your archetypal Hollywood romantic dramedy? The one with the all-White cast that takes place in one of the few places in the country where WHITE people are actually the minority? The film that takes such an important word in the Hawaiian culture and strips it of its identity, all for the sake of a cutesy, witty marketing campaign? Yeah, you’re right. That’s TOTALLY honoring and respecting Hawaii. 

Opening today, the film “Aloha” is already receiving mixed reviews, so it’s possible that karma has doled out some form of justice for its crimes against Hawaii. However, with big Hollywood stars and a big Hollywood director behind it, this film could still make a decent amount of money this weekend. For this reason, I beseech you all: do not allow this blatant reimagining of Hawaii to continue. The reality of Hawaii is very different from this image of paradise nirvana and tokenism culture that Hollywood won’t stop ramming down our throats, and there is no longer an excuse for this truth to be ignored or forgotten. While we watch diversity succeed in leaps and bounds on film and TV this year, and the industry scramble to reap the rewards, the people of Hawaii are forced to watch the same atrocious missteps of ‘Hollywood’s Hawaii’ trotted out to the masses without any care for the people it’s marginalizing or the culture it’s rewriting.

When the White settlers first came to Hawaii in the 1700’s, it was the diseases they brought that nearly wiped out the Native Hawaiian population. Now, it’s the warped image of Hawaii, manufactured by the tourism industry and Hollywood’s pop cultural consciousness, that reduces our people to insignificant blurs in the background. The inane hula girl on the taxi cab dashboard. My entire life, I’ve watched the buffoonery of ‘Hollywood’s Hawaii’ paraded across decades of film and television, all the while dreaming of the day when I’d see the Hawaii where I was born and raised, on the big screen. I never expected that I would reach my 28th birthday, and continue to see the same absurd stereotypes I saw in movies made 50 years ago. 

Yet here it is, 2015, with all its modern and technical advancements, and we’re still watching the same hokey nonsense play over and over again like a broken record on the silver screen. In an age where white celebrities in Blackface and Victoria Secret models in Native American headdresses are acknowledged as racist and offensive, it is somehow still perfectly acceptable not just to objectify and typecast Hawaiian culture at every turn, but to assign it an entirely new identity. Hollywood has literally been rewriting Hawaii for decades. The scary thing is, no one seems to notice or care.

The only way this will change is if the people OUTSIDE Hawaii choose to change the prescribed course, and start indoctrinating the current and future generations with a fresh dose of reality and respect. Don’t worry, folks. This isn’t nearly as difficult as it sounds! Remember: all you have to do is Google.

Clexa Ficrec - The Happy/Fluff Edition

theblutomato​ asked for some happy, fluffy, or happy ending clexa fics so here they are. I hope you all enjoy!

  • they take their shots but we’re bulletproof
    • “Our winters are harsh,” Lexa tells her. “You must have adequate shelter to survive them.” “I survived you,” Clarke says lowly. “I’ll survive anything.”
  • this heart, fossilized and silent (once was tender and once was violent)
    • Clarke is only three days into being a runaway when she realizes that she did not fully think this through.“I don’t need your help, Lexa.” “You are wrong.” The Commander crosses the short distance between them and surprises Clarke by kneeling in front of her. “You do not want my help, Clarke,” she says quietly, “but you do need it.” (This one has angst in the beginning, but by the end of ch. 20 you will be so full of good feels wow u go clexa)
  • Missed Exams and Car Shots
    • the one where Lexa hits Clarke with her car and Clarke demands a date in return
  • Co-Adoption of a Puppy and Whiteboards
    • ‘we leave each other notes on the blackboards au’ Prompt
      High School Teachers au. It becomes a game. A childish one that Lexa shouldn’t be encouraging, but a game she plays none the less.
  • The odd ways we fall (and the absurdity of life)
    • Based on the tumblr prompt: 'You sit behind me and poke me every time I fall asleep during 9am lectures.'Or: Clarke really doesn’t like the Theatre of the Absurd and Lexa finds drooling distracting.
  • A Summer to Remember
    • Summer beach house AU. Clarke and her friends go to Florida for their summer vacation. They’re only there for three weeks, but it’s summer and anything can happen. Right?
  • A path of words
    • AU where Lexa is at a party, and she meets a drunken blonde crying in the bathroom. She calls a cab for her, and gives her her number so that the girl can text her once she gets home safely. 
      They start texting a lot.
  • can’t bear it without you
    • Clarke works at the mall and has an unlikely savior in the form of it’s mascot - Happy the Bear. Or: Lexa doesn’t hate her job, but she certainly doesn’t like it. At least, not until the girl from the food court starts giving her free food and drinks.
  • One more time, let’s do it again
    • “My roommate’s boyfriend is staying over so can I please sleep on your floor” college AU

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[hc] RFA: If MC had a (dead) twin

Author’s Notes: this will referencing Eugene, who was MC’s twin brother in this fanfic. (I highly recommend you read it ಠ‿↼ )


  • “You have a twin brother?!”
  • million questions per second
  • “What’s his name?”
  • “What does he look like?”
  • “Is he as good-looking as you?”
  • ^ ended up turning into a tomato bc of that comment ^
  • you tell him like five million stories of memories you’ve had with your brother
  • this boy is going crazy with excitement
  • “Yoosung please get off the coffee table”
  • “You should introduce him to me!”
  • welp
  • i mean well, eventually, you would’ve had to tell him
  • you hand him a glass of water as you sat him down on the couch
  • “Yoosung”
  • “Eugene has passed away.”
  • this boy looks horrified
  • “What?”
  • you try to explain but nope
  • too late
  • the boy is crying
  • the boy is bawling
  • you ended up comforting him instead of the other way around
  • oh well


  • “Damn.”
  • well this boy didn’t know you had a twin brother, not twin sister so he’s kinda just drooling at the thought of there being two MCs
  • “Two of MC? That sounds like a fucking blessing!”
  • “Zen, I had a twin brother.”
  • “Oh.”
  • “Oh.”
  • “Nevermind.”
  • “does zen is gay”
  • “Well, what’s he like?”
  • you tell him stories
  • including those of when your brother chased away all the guys that liked you in high school
  • this albino beach babe gets vietnam flashbacks
  • he had some old girlfriends whose brothers pretty much beat him up bc they were just that overprotective
  • and he couldn’t really fight back bc his girlfriend was r i g h t  t h e r e
  • he quickly asks you if he has to worry about Eugene coming and slaughtering his ass
  • you pause
  • um
  • how tf were you supposed to say this
  • “Zen, he’s not exactly here anymore so no, I’m pretty sure you don’t.
  • his facial expression spells o h  s h i t
  • hugs you super duper tightly
  • kisses you all over too
  • you can’t breathe
  • “I’m sorry for bringing it up, I won’t do it again.”
  • it’s a sensitive matter for you but you can handle talking about it now so you were honestly fine
  • but hey
  • you weren’t about to complain about all this affection (・ωー) ~♥


  • “Oh? Really?”
  • she didn’t really quite think of it as a possibility so she was quite surprised
  • she ended up asking a lot of questions but not as much as yoosung
  • and you answered all of them
  • but this observant son of a bitch noticed how sad you looked while you told the stories
  • and she wanted to ask but she felt like she shouldn’t??
  • maybe you weren’t in good terms with him or something
  • so she just
  • smiled and nodded
  • “Well, I hope I can get to meet him one day.”
  • she was trying to change the subject but
  • “Eugene’s dead, Jaehee.”
  • M O M   M O D E   A C T I V A T E D
  • comforting at its best
  • she treated you as if you were on your period
  • she made you some delicious food and some warm coffee
  • gave you some c h o c o l a t e
  • she wouldn’t even listen when you tried to tell her you were okay
  • “Shhhhhhhhhhh, MC, just accept my comfort.”


  • i n t r i g u e d
  • he looks at you like a cat that’s watching a mouse/bird
  • won’t even interrupt you, just lets you talk and talk
  • you tell him stories and he just sits there
  • and you were 100% sure he didn’t even hear a thing you said
  • but then
  • he asks you what country you came from again
  • “Uhhhh…[insert your country here]?”
  • and the next thing you know, he booked a flight to that country and has both your stuff packed up
  • “Jumin, what are you doing?
  • “We’re visiting your brother, of course. I must pay my respects. I want to meet my soon-to-be brother-in-law.”
  • well
  • how awkward
  • how are you supposed to tell him
  • gosh you feel so bad
  • “Jumin, Eugene’s been deceased for years now…”
  • he looks at you with a sympathetic look
  • and before you know it, you’re in the warmth of his arms
  • “My apologies for rushing things, MC…I didn’t know that was the case.”
  • he’s stroking your hair so lovingly
  • you feel so at peace
  • before you know it, both of you are asleep


  • boi what’s the point
  • he already knew
  • so when you tell him he doesn’t even let you finish
  • “I know, MC.”
  • you were confused until you remembered who this boy even is
  • of course he’d know
  • so you just smile and skip right to the stories
  • that’s when this boy gets excited AF
  • only bc he remembers he has a twin too
  • even tho saeran is literally right tHERE
  • “Twinsies!”
  • how ironic
  • y’all just exchange fun memories
  • saeran is totally not dying from nostalgia while watching tv and claiming he doesn’t care
  • “It’s a shame we can’t meet him though…”
  • oh right
  • saeyoung knows about that too
  • you get pretty emotional
  • so he pulls you in for a cuddle and started reciting the bee movie script
  • usually saeran would be making gagging noises
  • but he didn’t make a single protest this time