suburban class watches the outsiders

*literally falling asleep in the first five minutes it takes for “THE OUTSIDERS” to appear on the screen*

*finally realizing the set up of how the drive in looked*

*class ‘oo’ing when dally calls johnny a little shit*

*how the argument between ponyboy and johnny goes from 0 to 100 and then back to 0 with “I’m sorry”*

*becoming really confused on what is happening in the window of johnny’s house*

*shamfuly laughing at darry’s shove*

*noticing how Ponyboy was in his house for two seconds before he ran back to johnny who somehow managed to fall alseep in that time*

*the awkward silences in between johnny ponyboy, and the Socs*

*realizing how bad the graphic of the blood in the fountain is*

*realizing the girl staring at dally at bucks party is literally everyone in the class*

“johnny, theres a monster outside”

*being lowkey grateful that they added dally’s reckless driving*

*johnny’s scream in the fire*

*smiling at the curtis brothers reunion*

*glad Steve is finally relevant for the rest of the movie*

*wondering why two bit and ponyboy are walking backwards in a street*

*dally’s laying position and angle when he says “lets do it for johnny”*

how did ponyboy manage to be the first one punched?


*how the rumble lasted for two seconds in the sponaneous rain storm*

*how dally punches the magazine*

*cringing at johnnys expanding face after ponyboy reads his letter*

princce7  asked:

Majora totally didn't sponaneously scoop rose up bridal style and walk through the shop up the stairs to lay her out like a queen on the couch no not at all. there's totally no smell of something delicious coming from the kitchen either.

Rose totally didn’t squeak when she got picked up, and definitely wasn’t blushing. Not all all.

“Majjy! What’s this about?” Rose asked, on the couch and very confused.

Under the rule of a repressive whole, liberty can be made into a powerful instrument. The range of choice open to the individual is not the decisive factore in determining the degree of human freedom, but what can be chosen and what is chosen by the individual. The criterion for free choice can never be an absolute one, but neither is it entirely relative. Free election of masters does not abolish the masters or the slaves. Free choice among a wide variety of goods and services sustain social control over a life of toil and fear - that is, if they sustain alienation. And the sponaneous reproduction of superimposed needs by the individual does not establish autonomy; it only testifies to the efficancy of the controls.
—  Herbert Marcuse - ‘One Dimensional Man’