people who are dumb

Night mare Highschool

Originally posted by menpale

Night mare highschool

Jimin angst , smut etc

Jimin x reader

Please don’t take this seriously it’s just a story.


You walked down the empty hallway with your back back perched on your shoulder and continued to walk to class. The hallway seemed to go on for ages as you made your way step by step. You got to the end of the hallway when you saw the group of bitches as you called them  but were really known as the dumb dumb crew not very nice people who also made fun of you because of the way you looked your glasses your long hair you weren’t stick thin like everyone else  and there for it was something people could bully you for. The girls were all made up of people that were in your class and they always found a way to bully you or embarrass you today was no different. You walked pass them only for them to smirk and start laughing after you had past which made your heart hurt. You didn’t have any friends here and meant you were on your own all day,no one wanted to be friends with the girl who everyone hates so people stayed away from you.

You made your way to the class only to reach up for the door handle to open it when you suddenly got harshly pushed to the ground.

“Bitch only important people go in the class first useless and pathetic people like you go last” said seulgi the main leader of the crew sniggered and smirk as she saw your face go bright red with embarrassment.

“Yeah” everyone else in the corridor chimed in and howled as they stepped over you to get to class.

“Stay down bitch” Seulgi pushed you back down causing you to hurt your leg as you did so.

You gathered your courage and made your way back in to the class with everyone laughing as you did so, you made your way back to the back of the class were no one sat and there for it was the only place where you could sit. You wanted to cry you were fed up with this all the time she would say something to you and you didn’t know why she hated you.

Suddenly the open burst open with 7 guys laughing and pushing there way in to class. The guys were made up of all popular guys the leader being your crush Park Jimin.he was kind and sweet he was very popular and everyone wanted him but you still like him. They made their way in and sat down at the front of the class.

He was very popular being known for his body his rock-hard abs. He was a dancer and captain of the football team. You had a crush on him but so did seulgi she was always around him and stuck to him like a lost puppy only for him to ditch her in response. He never really had a girlfriend so she kept trying wearing short skirts and  always sitting on his knee and making sexual moves to him.

He always was nice to you and talked to you and asked you about your day even stuck up for you a few times. He was always kind and sweet with you even walked you home last week when the group of bitches pushed you down some stairs and you hurt yourself.


“Stay the hell away from JIMIN bitch"screamed seulgi and her and her friends pushed you down the stairs.

"Why would you do that?"Jimin said as he made his way over to you.

*End *

“Hi baby” seulgi said in a seductive tone as she sexual straddled jimins thigh making you want to be sick and the site. Only for him to push her of and go back to what J-Hope was saying that had everyone in fits of laughter.

She looked at you with disgrace and made we way back to the group and whispered something in the groups ear that had everyone turn around at laugh at you including jimins group but not jimin.

You turn away and kept your head down they were still laughing about it and all making gagging noices and laughing at your body. They did that often make fun of your body so much that you cut down and work out a lot to try and lose some weight. But it didn’t matter they still hated you and you knew that.

The lesson was over soon and everyone left leaving you there all alone you packed up your things as made your way to the exit. As you did so you saw seulgi part ways with the group of girls and made her way to her daddy’s car.

“Hi daddy” she said in a polite and cute way he didn’t know that his daughter spread rumours about you and bully you he thought she was the best thing on earth and so did everyone else . even your parents one time you came running through the door in tears after she spilled hot coffee all down your shirt and put rats in your locker but your parents just blamed you and you got in to trouble for it but you knew her true colours.

You made your way home and open the door to silence you made your way upstairs and fell on your bed and let your fresh tears out.

But luckily today was the end of the term so you had 2 months off.

You woke up to a noise outside the sounded like someone was having car trouble , you sat up in bed and made your way over to the window pulling the curtains open slightly to try and get a look of what was happening. Only to see jimin hunched over the car trying to get it working you stepped back and went to look in the mirror and checked your self out you cleaned your teeth and re brushed your hair once happy you made your way down stairs to see if he needed any help.

You approached jimin to see he was alone and had taken of his shirt and was showing his rock-hard abs and toned body which he was known for.

“Hi jimin do, you need any help “you questioned your voice shaky and nervous you gave him a drink of coke you grabbed from the fridge only for him to look in your way and smile in response.

“Oh hi love actually I could do you mind if I used your phone?” he said wiping some of the sweat of his face and chest and open the can .

“Sure” you smiled and lead the way inside to the kitchen.

You sat down and waited for him to finish the call when you over heard what he was saying.

“ I’m at Y/N can you pick me up I don’t care what seulgi says about her she is a slut and a bitch and Y/N hasn’t done anything wrong just come and pick me up”. And with that he slammed the phone down and made his way to the living room and took a seat next to you.

“You don’t mind me waiting right?” he said as he mopped his wet hair back and laughed.

“no no” you said and gave him a smile.

After a few minutes of silence jimin spoke up

“I’m sorry love” he said and looked down to his lap in shame.

“Why” you said .

“Seulgi is a proper bitch and im sorry for everything she does to you and says. I don’t hang around with her cause I seriously hate her”He gave you a genuine small smile.

“Its okay” you lied

“Wanna go out on a date?”

“What” you screamed and jumped up from your chair.

Omg is he serious? Was this is a joke?

“Jimin please don’t use me or do this as a joke” You said as a tear ran down your eye. Only for jimin to jump up and look down with shame.

“Its not a joke I want to be with you”

“okay “ you said still hesitant of the idea but hugged him anyway your first date was at the movies he brought you flowers and held your hand as you watched the movie. It was perfect the days after were as well he was kind and caring and always took you on cute little dates.

4 months later!

you both had been dating for 4 months now and everything had been great he had been taking you on lots of dates and treating you like a princess the only thing you hadn’t done was sex. Jimin said he wanted to wait and it would be more special which you agreed no one at school new but every time seulgi said something he could say something back and everyone laughed at her instead of you. Today was the first day you were going as boyfriend and girlfriend and you were beyond nervous. Your heart began to jump in your chest and you pulled up in jimins car outside the gates only for people to gash and whisper when he grabbed your hand and made his way to the school with you next to him.

 “WHY ARE YOU DATING THIS SLUT ”seulgi screamed causing everyone to turn around an look at you both.

“She isn’t the slut you are you slept with your teacher to get an A  cause you’re too stupid to do it on your own” Jimin replayed.

“You weren’t saying that when we had sex were you baby”Seulgi smirked and look at you with a cocky grin on her face.




You were about to cry when jimin burst in to laughter  making everyone look at him.

“Sex you think I would sleep with a slut like you? We never did that only thing you did was send me nude photos and videos of you playing with yourself while moaning my name” he laughed causing seulgi to go bright red

“Oh, and by the way they are on the internet now all those dirty photos of what you were doing to yourself while thinking of me are now on the internet think of it as pay back for bulling my girl here” he said a kissed your cheek and grab your hand and you made your way to class leaving everyone speechless and it didn’t take long for seulgi to burst in to tears and run to the bathroom.

Jimin held your hand all day and made you laugh all day he was truly perfect you were very happy together.

2months later

You made your way home from the date you had to day you went out for lunch and jimin spoiled you with buying you clothes you were walking hand in hand until seulgi walked up to you with  a huge smirk on her face. You haven’t seen her since the day jimin humiliated her causing her to be kicked out and lose all her friends.

“What do you want ”Jimin said as he  rolled his eyes at her.

She smirked at your before saying words what made your stomach drop

“I’m pregnant … and its yours jimin”

honestly if ur an introvert ur probably better off befriending some extroverts bc having a whole squad of introverts is fine at first but eventually you end up never doing anything with them ever especially after you finish school bc ur all fine being loners and low maintenance friends that just tag each other in memes and snapchat each other which is nice but sometimes i wanna leave my house instead of binge watching spongebob squarepants you need balance in ur squad you need to have people who are gonna motivate the squad to be social 

hi can I get a fuckin uhhhhhhh

badass, accomplished, intelligent leader Lance who is strong in his own right and doesn’t need to be coddled and doesn’t take shit from others AND PEOPLE ACTUALLY LISTEN TO HIM AND RESPECT HIM

okay, so I’ve seen multiple posts just today that were basically like “haha who ever said adulthood was having your life together and everything figured out, I’m 28 and real life is drowning me as much as it ever was”

and like…the answer to that is…adults. adults said that. generation after generation, the narrative from adults to young people has been, “you are a dumb kid who doesn’t know the world or yourself but I am a Grownup with Life Experience™, and that’s why you’re supposed to do what I tell you, that’s why I don’t need to listen to your thoughts and feelings, that’s why society imagines me as a full human being and you as something that’s going to grow into a full human being.”

there’s a great book all about this that I’ve had a lot of my students read - Childhood and Society, by a sociologist named Nick Lee. Lee argues that the child/adult binary is a socially constructed one, based, like any other such binary, on an imagined idea of clearly oppositional characteristics. specifically, he says that children are imagined as incomplete, unstable (as in their lives and experiences are constantly changing, not as in mentally unstable), and dependent, and adults as complete, stable, and independent. those characteristics don’t match up to reality if you think about them too hard for even a moment - no one is truly independent, adults’ lives aren’t stable, what does judging a human being’s “completeness” even mean - but it doesn’t matter, because our culture is so obsessed with believing in them.

and adults being forced to pretend they’re complete and independent and living stable lives is one of the toxic ways all this plays on people of all ages.

I really hope that seeing my generation talk like this - just flat-out admit that we don’t know what the hell we’re doing any better than we did ten years ago - means we have the potential to break this cycle. but honestly, entering my 30s and having seen so many people my age turn into those adults who act like they have life so well figured out compared to those dumb kids, it doesn’t seem likely. we might be a little better than we could’ve been, but too many of us are going down that tired old road of transitioning from talking about how much smarter we are than our parents to talking about how much smarter we are than our kids, just like every generation does when it hits this age.

I guess what I’m saying is, please, young 20-somethings of today, be better ten years from now than we are.

hey shoutout to all my friends who still have things from their childhood they cant let go of

a big warm hug to my pals who still sleep with their childhood blankets or stuffed animals

a huge love to all the people who get upset or anxious if they dont have their blanket/stuffed animal/comfort item

it is perfectly okay to hold onto things you love and people who call you childish for it are dumb and mean

(ok to rb if neurodivergent or neurotypical)

things my shakespeare professor said over the past semester

“toni morrison did not develop the career she has because she spent her time in drug-fueled orgies.” EDIT: my friend reminded me that our prof said orgies, not threesomes, and that the following sentence was “no, she spent her time at her desk producing very fine novels.”

(about acting in shakespeare) “this is not the golden globes or whatever, if you’re not white, you can still participate.”

“many important things are discovered on the way to the restroom.”

(what sonnets mean) “please sleep with me”, “i wish i could be with you so we could get it on, but you’re far away and we can’t so all i can send you is a dumb poem”

“juliet is a very smart chick.”

(a few vague threats) “oh, i laugh, but people cried.” “i will cut you.” “when i am sardonic, you will feel bad.”

(about the histories) “it’s mentally easy if you see it all as game of thrones.”

“the plantagenets were no longer in charge, which was good, because they were bitches.”

(about richard III being obsessed with anne) “i’m not just some horny dude that wants to sleep with you, it’s just that you’re so hot that i had to mow down everyone else in my way to get to you.”

“what’s the fun of throwing a party if you don’t not invite people?”

“you fuck with my kids, your kids are going in a pie.”

“the people who are in love [in comedies] are usually young, dumb, and boring.”

“comedies begin in shit places- if the play opens and the sky is falling, you’re in a comedy.”

(about ephesus in the comedy of errors) “everyone’s a witch here, let’s just bail.”

“henry VIII breaks with the roman church and fucking destroys every monastery in sight.”

“henry V started off as a party-going, panty-chasing loser.”

(about hamlet’s entrance in I.ii) “it’s always fun to arrive late to the party, it does imply that you have a fascinating social life.”

“conspiracies are erotic.”

“art, am i right?”

Hey, all!  Amy here and feel free to skip this, but I noticed a huge thing going around with fanfiction writers and fanfiction readers. Kinda throwing arrows at one another over mistakes and how they should be addressed.

Okay, first off: stop.  Ew.  It’s gross. Y’all are big boys and girls and y’all can act like it.  You don’t need to attack each other at the knees behind the safety of your screens.

Secondly:  there are points on both sides.  People who write have a right to be proud of their work and can choose not to accept criticism.  On the other hand, people who read and absorb the work have the right as well to point out mistakes they noticed if it’s meant to be helpful.

So how can people interact civilly when it comes to fanfiction and it’s accompanying critiques? By following a few internet rules, plain and simple.  No, I’m not gonna tell you to forgive and forget or just roll over and let the other person have their way.  That’s not what you do IRL and that’s not what you do online either.  Instead, both persons have a series of rules to follow in order to try and make the most of their experience.

Originally posted by m-blunicorn


I start with you because you’re the ones who have poured your heart and soul into this baby. And I get it, I do.  When you spend hours and hours slaving over your baby, going over the idea thousands of times in your head, trying to get the idea on paper, and trying to make it look good, then oh heck to the yes it’s your baby and you’re gonna defend it to the death.  I expect that and that’s okay.  What’s not okay is when it interferes with your ability to check in with the situation and see if they actually meant harm, so here are a few rules I’ve started to use over my years of fanfiction writing:

  1. Read the entire comment for content.  This is a bitter pill to take, especially if they sound condescending or snarky.  I’ve run into a few of them, and they’re never pleasant to deal with, but some of them have good ideas.  Try to filter out the junk of the comment and get to the meat of it all.  (I’ll get to what to do if there’s no meat later)
  2. Take a break from the comment when you get angry. And chances are that if it’s an unsolicited comment, you’re going to get angry.  This is your baby and you’ve worked hard on it.  If the crtiquer isn’t at least taking that into account, you may even get furious.  Get up and walk away.  They do not deserve your wrath.
  3. Decide for yourself if they have a point. Most critiquers tend to leave their comments because they’re trying to help in their own (somewhat obnoxious) way. If they’ve got a point, thank them, but also try to express if the critique was delivered well.  If it was, tell them so they can help more people. If not, tell them so they can work on it.  IF THEY DO NOT HAVE ANY POINT AT ALL AND ARE JUST BEING RUDE, get rid of it.  They’re not worth your time.
  4. Respond or toss.  This is up to you.  If they had content that was actually useful, then they were being helpful like they were trying to be.  If they had content and it wasn’t useful, it’s up to you what to do.  If they had zero content in their critique or it wasn’t relevant at all, skip it.  They’re not worth your time.

I actually formed these rules after an encounter with a critiquer who was completely neutral in tone, blurted my mistakes for the world to see, and essentially made me feel like the absolute worst writer in the world.  They weren’t harsh, but their critique did hurt me, especially because I’d still just been starting out.

The first thing that happened was I got angry.  I was livid, furious.  Like, how dare they?  Couldn’t they just sit back and enjoy the story?  I spent a good week or so avoiding my fanfiction account just because I was so pissed off.  I ended up talking to my mom and she asked me if they had any points.  I think she was going for “if they don’t, then they’re not worth your time”, but they did. After that, I went back and tried to see it from their point of view.

Originally posted by geekylaugifs

Didn’t mean I suddenly wasn’t mad at them.  I was mad, but I also realized that they, in their own roundabout and hurtful (to me, who reads inflection into typed words and winces at every loud noise and criticism) way, were trying to help me.

I worked on it, and I don’t think they ever commented on my stuff again, but the people who already loved my stuff?  The people who said that my stuff was ‘cute’ or ‘genius’?  They loved it all the more!  The critiquer may not have stuck around, but those who did benefited.

(It really took me a long time to stop being angry at them.  Now I just kind of take a lesson from them.  As a fanfiction writer, and as a critiquer myself.)

Originally posted by trendinggifs


I’m saying this as someone who has pretty high standards for what I read.  I look into formatting, tenses, plot, characterization, spelling, and even comma usage!  These little things do actually bug me, and sometimes enough to the point of wanting to comment, but I’ve been on the other side of it and remember the frustration and the anger that can come from a wrongly worded comment, so there are a few rules that I’ve formulated in order to be the best critiquer I can be and help as many people as possible get as amazing as they can as a writer!

Note:  These rules are for critiquers who actually do want to help writers get better and improve the overall quality of internet written works. If you’re here because of some superiority complex, these rules may be difficult for you to follow.  I, however, encourage you to do your best and perhaps one day you’ll be a good critiquer.  *^_^*

  1. Find a way to figure out if the author even wants your critique.  One way to do this is to respectfully ask them.  Always open with a positive.  Something like “Hey, I liked ___ about your story, but I noticed something was a bit off. Can I give you a constructive critique?” Typically, an author would be happy to know you cared about their opinion, so this will go either one of two ways.  They will either (A) allow the critique and actually listen to what you have to say or (B) politely decline the offer.  This means they have made up their mind and you are to let it go.  The back button is a wonderful friend at this point.
  2. Follow the sandwich format.  This is a tried and true method for getting people to actually listen.  If you start in with the critique, the author will feel attacked and immediately get defensive.  Instead of wondering if you’ve got any point, they will find ways to contradict you and argue.  Instead, open with something you liked about the story.  There was a reason you read it all to the end, wasn’t there?  Mention that first (AND BE HONEST!  NO ONE LIKES SOMEONE WHO GIVES OUT FALSE COMPLIMENTS), and then get to the critique, or ‘meat’, of your critique.  When that’s done, exit with a thank-you for being willing to listen to your comments.  It takes a lot for a creator to listen to someone point out the flaws in their baby, even if they’re trying to learn.  Remember that you want this to be a positive interaction, not a demolition derby.
  3. No insults or other derogatory comments. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, the writer is trying their best.  Insulting them makes them less willing to hear you out, much less accept your comments and get better.
  4. No elevating yourself over them.  It’s a no-brainer.  You’re not there to school them, you’re there to help them.  Helping requires a serving mind, which puts their needs before your ego.
  5. Do not hound the author.  If they listen but don’t take your comments, you’re not allowed to harass them.  Most likely, they don’t see a point in your comment and have elected to ignore it. And that’s fine.  The point is that you managed to bring it to their attention once.  Maybe they’ll come back to it later, maybe not.  Either way, once your critique is given, it’s done.  Unless they come to you asking about it, your job is to pack up and vamoose, or simply to sit back and enjoy watching the rest of the story unfold.
  6. Make sure your comments are objective.  Like, if there’s a comma problem, tell them about it. If there’s verb tenses being messed up, inform them politely.  If person A didn’t get with person B, then you’re not critiquing.  That’s a matter of opinion and doesn’t belong in the critiquing category.
  7. Be respectful.  They’re going on a limb and listening to you, and it’s the author’s choice whether or not to continue the correspondence. You don’t have to ‘kiss up to them’ or ‘serve them’, but you have to make sure you’re not being a jerk and that all your comments are warranted.

Originally posted by yourreactiongifs

I know there are a lot of rules, but critiquing is hard, especially with how a lot of people view them.  But you, the critiquer, ARE NOT EVIL.  You’re not the bad guy.  You’re not messed up.  You’re not ‘sticking your nose where it doesn’t belong’.  You’re human and you’re trying to be helpful.  These are just tips and tricks on how to go about it the right way and maximize your helpfulness.

Originally posted by hippie-janessa


The last thing I’ll say is that not everyone will follow these rules.  They will think they’re stupid or pandering or all-around dumb. Some people who claim to critique will continue to slander our good name by acting like holier-than-thou snits. Some people who write will continue to get outrageously angry for persons daring to say something went wrong.

Originally posted by blisteredblue

Here’s how to deal with them:

  1. Leave the computer.  Or the website, just for a bit.  Enjoy the sunshine, take a walk, talk with your best friend, eat some ice cream, go play.  See if it just blows over.  They don’t get to take away your happiness because they’re angry.
  2. Delete the hate.  When you’re good and happy, you can delete the hate mail, or maybe grab a friend to laugh at it.  But don’t respond to hate with anger.  As my good friend Warlord Okeer said, you shall inflict “the greatest insult an enemy can suffer. To be ignored.”
  3. If they chase you down in anger, block them. This is okay to do.  For fanfiction writers:  if they continue to pester you with their comments after you say ‘no thanks’, block their tails.  For fanfiction critiquers:  if they got angry over a critique you gave, provided that they said okay and provided that you followed the rules of critiquing, you’re allowed to block them. You did it right.  Don’t even stress.

And then there are the times where we forget to follow the rules and insult someone on accident. It happens.  If you realize you’re in the wrong, it’s just one rule.

  1. Apologize.  No, you don’t have to grovel for forgiveness, but understand that your actions may have hurt someone else and react accordingly.  If they won’t take it, at least make the promise to yourself to be better in the future.

And that’s it.  I know it seems like a lot to swallow, but it all boils down to making sure your words are respectful, kind, and true.

Originally posted by fandomdeluxe


Who The Signs Can't Stand
  • Aries: People who act better than others
  • Taurus: People who don't appreciate sh*t
  • Gemini: People who make big deals out of nothing
  • Cancer: People who are "sometimey" or unreliable
  • Leo: People who come at them sideways
  • Virgo: People...period
  • Libra: People who ask dumb ass questions
  • Scorpio: People who ask too many questions...about them
  • Sagittarius: People who act other than they really are
  • Capricorn: People who don't know what they're talking about
  • Aquarius: People who think they know them...but don't
  • Pisces: People who think they're "all that"

squaryq  asked:

My story is set in 2055 & the Government is bigoted, so those with different values to them are arrested - from those who are in a LGBT+ group, to people who speak against their rules. People are arrested for dumb stuff too (dyed hair etc), and for "real" crimes, & put in prison. I don't demonise the protags (prisoners- white, black & LGBT alike) & the moral is: nothing really matters: race/sexuality etc as people will still fight your corner. But I don't want to seem like a bigot too. Plz help!

How to write bigoted villains without coming off as a bigot yourself

To my mind, the #1 thing that can make a writer seem bigoted when writing bigoted bad guys is if there’s too much attention paid to the depiction of suffering and not enough to healing. Readers experience what your characters experience, so if those experiences are bad, the readers have to sit there through all of it. It’s okay to have bigoted bad guys, but cut the audience a break, right? They’re the real people.

Another thing that can make a writer seem bigoted when writing bigoted bad guys is if the bad guys are “sexy” or otherwise appealing. We don’t need that. There’s an epidemic in mainstream fiction of villains who are sexier than the good guys because of various aesthetic reasons. Loki (and in my generation, Snape, although nowadays I see more people talking about him negatively) didn’t acquire a hormone brigade by being bad – they did that by having a distinctive way of talking and dressing. We need more good guys with that kind of style and less bad guys, ESPECIALLY when the bad guys are bigoted.

Focus on healing and defeating evil, and don’t go into pages and pages of gory detail about what your heroes endured. A few tidbits are enough. The audience wants to watch them win, right?


We’ve said this across several asks in the Racism tag so you’ll want to take a browse, but let me throw it on here: you should somehow be showing in the text that these bigoted behaviors are not good or justified, otherwise you may be justifying the bigotry in the text. Do not dismiss it when bigotry occurs or take it lightly; show your alliance to the marginalized people in your story by calling it out in one way or another. (So someone says a horrible, prejudiced thing. You can show through character reactions of anger, discomfort, or sadness that it was an awful thing to say, just for example.) 

For more reactions to bigotry, particularly racist micro-aggressions, see the end of “Incorporating Micro-Aggressions in Writing

~Mod Colette

baekhyun imitating the different type of fan screams in different tones omg

My All || Min Yoongi

Originally posted by mn-yg

Word Count: 2.2k

Genre: Angst/Fluff

AN: So I tried to make this really angsty, but somehow the ending ended up being a ton of fluff, but I don’t think anybody’s really complaining.

You weren’t quite sure what it was. The feeling of being dragged under the depths of the waves, drowning under the words everyone else threw at you. No matter how many times you tried to burst through the surface to try and breathe, you were always dragged back under, being surrounded and trapped.

There was no way out at this point. No matter what you did you always found yourself back at this place. A never-ending cycle of depression that enveloped you with open arms. As if anxiety were a person who kept you trapped in their arms, suffocating you within their grasp and keeping you silent.

You didn’t know how or why it happened, you just knew that it did. There was no way to control it. There were some days where it wouldn’t hit at all and everything would seem okay. Then there would be days like this where you weren’t able to pull yourself out of bed because it felt like there was a weight on your chest, keeping you trapped there.

It didn’t help with all of the messages and comments you kept getting. People thought they had a say in who you were because of the fact that you were with someone like Min Yoongi. They thought that they got to make the decision about who you were. And if you didn’t follow all of their wants and wishes they had a right to lash out at you.

The first thing you would see when you checked your phone in the morning, wouldn’t be the messages from your boyfriend that you were so desperately waiting to see, but the messages the fans left you because they saw you eat more than you were supposed to, or they saw you hang out with a friend from school.

He was on tour at the moment, going to different countries and performing, and every morning he would send you good morning texts, no matter what time it was for him. All he cared about was making sure you remembered how much he loved you and how much he cared for you.

It was hard to remember when the only thing you could focus on was the comments from people who didn’t know you, who said that you should work out more, or that you shouldn’t be allowed to date Yoongi because you didn’t look anything like his ideal type. It got to you, even though you fought as hard as you could so that it wouldn’t.

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I guess I’ve been doing a better job of avoiding the worst of the left here because I honestly didn’t know that many were still insisting that evidence of connections between Russia and Trump’s administration, and of Russian interference in elections in the US and Europe to prop up right-wing candidates, are just elaborate liberal fantasies AND a pretext for the US to go to war with Russia. Because…imperialism. Or the Deep State. Or both.

it’s like when I see comments from people enraged that democrats haven’t prioritized introducing a health care bill that mandates single payer. I’m wondering, have you all not caught up to 2017 yet? Or is this what happens when your primary sources of information are the Intercept and tumblr posts by teenage communists?


endless list of favorite characters + Haley James Scott

“ I’m usually one of those people who likes the first day of school. You know, new pens, new books, new backpack. A nerd. Exactly! “

im feeling so romantically frustrated aaa