where he wrote everything he wanted to tell her

If Styles hadn’t yet adapted to global social-media attention, he was tested in 2012, when he met Taylor Swift at an awards show. Their second date, a walk in Central Park, was caught by paparazzi. Suddenly the couple were global news. They broke up the next month, reportedly after a rocky Caribbean vacation; the romance was said to have ended with at least one broken heart.

The relationship is a subject he’s famously avoided discussing. “I gotta pee first. This might be a long one,” he says. He rises to head to the bathroom, then adds, “Actually, you can say, ‘He went for a pee and never came back.‘ ”


He returns a couple of minutes later. “Thought I’d let you stew for a while,” he says, laughing, then takes a gulp of green juice. He was surprised, he says, when photos from Central Park rocketed around the world. “When I see photos from that day,” he says, “I think: Relationships are hard, at any age. And adding in that you don’t really understand exactly how it works when you’re 18, trying to navigate all that stuff didn’t make it easier. I mean, you’re a little bit awkward to begin with. You’re on a date with someone you really like. It should be that simple, right? It was a learning experience for sure. But at the heart of it – I just wanted it to be a normal date.”


He’s well aware that at least two of Swift’s songs – “Out of the Woods” and “Style” – are considered to be about their romance. (“You’ve got that long hair slicked back, white T-shirt,” she sang in “Style.”) “I mean, I don’t know if they’re about me or not …” he says, attempting gallant discretion, “but the issue is, she’s so good, they’re bloody everywhere.” He smiles. “I write from my experiences; everyone does that. I’m lucky if everything [we went through] helped create those songs. That’s what hits your heart. That’s the stuff that’s hardest to say, and it’s the stuff I talk least about. That’s the part that’s about the two people. I’m never going to tell anybody everything.” (Fans wondered whether “Perfect,” a song Styles co-wrote for One Direction, might have been about Swift: “And if you like cameras flashing every time we go out/And if you’re looking for someone to write your breakup songs about/Baby, I’m perfect.”)


Was he able to tell her that he admired the songs? “Yes and no,” he says after a long pause. “She doesn’t need me to tell her they’re great. They’re great songs … It’s the most amazing unspoken dialogue ever.”


Is there anything he’d want to say to Swift today? “Maybe this is where you write down that I left!” He laughs, and looks off. “I don’t know,” he finally says. “Certain things don’t work out. There’s a lot of things that can be right, and it’s still wrong. In writing songs about stuff like that, I like tipping a hat to the time together. You’re celebrating the fact it was powerful and made you feel something, rather than ‘this didn’t work out, and that’s bad.’ And if you run into that person, maybe it’s awkward, maybe you have to get drunk … but you shared something. Meeting someone new, sharing those experiences, it’s the best shit ever. So thank you.”

—  Harry Styles talking about Taylor Swift - Rolling Stone May 2017 (x)
Jughead x Reader- Soulmate AU- Drawings

Soulmate AU where whatever is drawn or written upon the skin appears on the other. I found a post on here somewhere that inspired this, so if you guys have any idea about the original post please let me know~! This fic is gender neutral!

Warnings: None at all, unless you count my writing haha

This flips between second and third person depending on the POV. Let me know how ya feel about that

Words: 1373

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Jughead sat on his bed, a smile on his face as he watched the skin of his arm, line after line appeared, creating beautiful patterns on his skin. This was a nightly occurrence, part of the routine, and he couldn’t help wondering who would draw these designs. They were beautiful, and he would always wonder just where the person who drew them was. Sometimes he would watch as lines would disappear and then reappear in new forms, the artist on the other side not happy with their work, and he knew he would be able to watch them for hours. He never told his friends about the art, as it was always gone by morning, and he liked having just a secret between him and whomever this person was.

Sometimes he would write things out for whomever was on the other end and the pair would have short conversations. Nothing too long, things that could be written out on an arm or a hand, and he had gotten to know little things about them. He wanted to save most of the mystery of this intriguing person until they met and wanted to save as much room as he could for their artwork.

They were talented, and it always was bittersweet when the drawings would be washed off in the morning. In part he was sad because now they would be gone, but now he would be able to wonder what they would do next. Sometimes through the school days he would leave little notes of encouragement on his arm, or just little quotes he saw that made him think of his enigma. It was strange how a few simple questions, and hours of watching them draw had made him completely smitten with them.

He knew that no one in Riverdale was the one who had done the designs, and i disheartened him some, worried he would never be able to truly meet his soulmate without having to ask them where they lived. He had always liked the concept of simply bumping into them one day, instead of doing what the other couples he knew had done, and arranged plans to meet. As far as he could tell, the person he wrote to had agreed with this sentiment.

You on the other hand were a nervous wreck these days. Everything in your life had turned upside down as your family packed everything and moved cities. Your mother had simply grown sick of the city life and your father had agreed to move her back to where she had grown up: Riverdale.

You had been here a few times as a child, visiting your grandparents when it was possible but you had always remained secluded. You didn’t want to see the other children, not wanting to make friends and have to leave them so soon after. A decision that you now regretted as you found yourself in front of the new school. You took a breath as you made your way up to the door, face looking towards the ground before you collided into a blonde girl, nearly sending you both to the ground. You were thankful as someone grabbed you from behind, helping you up.

“I am so sorry!” You exclaimed, reaching to make sure the blonde girl was alright. She just smiled and shook her head.

“You must be (Y/N), I’m Betty Cooper, your tour guide for the day,” she said, holding out her hand, which you shook.

“My names Kevin! I must say it is a pleasure to meet you, I like your shoes,” he said and you smiled warmly.

“Yeah, that’s me. that obvious huh?” you asked and Betty gave a sheepish smile.

“It’s hard to hide a new face in a town like this,” she says and you nod your head, smiling back lightly.

“No I guess not,” you said and she sighed a bit.

“Come on, I’ve already got your schedule, I’ll show you where to go for your first class,” she said and you nodded, following quickly behind her. There was something about the chatter of the two people you had met first that instantly put you at ease. Soon enough it was lunch hour and you found yourself sitting at the table with her group of friends.

“Guys, this is (Y/N), the new student everyone’s been talking about,” Kevin said as he plopped down in an empty seat at the end of the table.

“(Y/N) this is Archie Andrews, Veronica Lodge, and Jughead Jones,” Betty said, pointing them all out in order as you gave a cautious wave before sitting down beside the blonde.

Jughead Jones the Third,” Jughead piped up and Betty rolled her eyes.

“Of course, I always forget, he likes that part being made very clear,” she said, looking to you with an amused look in her eyes.

Jughead was about when Veronica butted in, making her own introduction, “Finally! Someone who can take the new kid title from me! I’ve been here for months and still haven’t shaken it,” Veronica said, waving her hands around in excitement, “It’s nice to meet you though,” she said, her smile warm.

“Why don’t you tell us a little about yourself (Y/N)?” Archie asked and you smiled, giving whatever details were asked of you and making pleasant conversation with the kids around you, your hand over the spot on your arm where a sweet message from your soul mate was sitting under the sleeve.

In the weeks that went by you found yourself becoming quite close to the small group of friends, joining them when you could. though there was an unmistakable draw to Jughead. There was just a spark that was there, that the other kids didn’t have.

And yet it still took nearly three months for the two of you to realize why that was. The two of you were sitting across from the other in Pop’s, him working on his novel and you were buried in some sketches you were working on in your sketchpad. As your pencil flowed across the paper you couldn’t help but begin to continue the pattern on the back of your hand, hoping to give that special person a surprise outside of the usual routine artistry you did.

You were so engrossed in your work that you didn’t notice Jughead stop typing, his focus now on the back of his hand as he watched the design flow freely across the skin. He glanced up at you to see if you had noticed before he tensed. He watched as your pen worked across your own hand, noticing the exact same design on it.

“It’s you,” he said, a near whisper as he did, eyes wide and staring.

At his words you looked up, a furrowed brow, “Whats me?” you asked, not seeing his hand that was still behind his laptop.

He didn’t know what to say, instead just closing the computer and laying is hand down next to yours, both of you staring in amazement at the identical pictures.

“You’re my soulmate,” you whispered, your eyes going up to look him in the eyes, a grin spreading across your cheeks.

“I knew something was odd,” he blurted and you couldn’t help but laugh.

“Good to know you think I’m weird Jones,” you said and he blushed, shaking his head.

“Yeah you’re weird, but who in Riverdale isn’t?” he asked and you nodded.

“Good point,” you said and he smiled, putting his hand in yours, his thumb tracing the design gently before leaning in so your lips could meet.

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What you didn’t see, the two of you completely engrossed in each other was a grumbling Betty, handing Veronica and Kevin each a twenty dollar bill in the doorway of the diner.

“Told you so,” she said, a smug smile on her face before she snapped a picture of their two friends.

“I knew they were end game,” Kevin said gleefully, laughing playfully at the blonde. The group of friends had been split, divided and had started the bet at Veronica’s suggestion. Archie and Betty saying it was too good to be true, Veronica and Kevin, swooning at the mere idea of the new kid and the loner being soul mates.

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Let me know what you guys think. Tell me how to improve! Pointers are definitely appreciated! :)

Excerpt from Harry Style’s interview with Rolling Stone - about Taylor Swift

If Styles hadn’t yet adapted to global social-media attention, he was tested in 2012, when he met Taylor Swift at an awards show. Their second date, a walk in Central Park, was caught by paparazzi. Suddenly the couple were global news. They broke up the next month, reportedly after a rocky Caribbean vacation; the romance was said to have ended with at least one broken heart.

The relationship is a subject he’s famously avoided discussing. “I gotta pee first. This might be a long one,” he says. He rises to head to the bathroom, then adds, “Actually, you can say, ‘He went for a pee and never came back.' ”

He returns a couple of minutes later. “Thought I’d let you stew for a while,” he says, laughing, then takes a gulp of green juice. He was surprised, he says, when photos from Central Park rocketed around the world. “When I see photos from that day,” he says, “I think: Relationships are hard, at any age. And adding in that you don’t really understand exactly how it works when you’re 18, trying to navigate all that stuff didn’t make it easier. I mean, you’re a little bit awkward to begin with. You’re on a date with someone you really like. It should be that simple, right? It was a learning experience for sure. But at the heart of it – I just wanted it to be a normal date.”

He’s well aware that at least two of Swift’s songs – “Out of the Woods” and “Style” – are considered to be about their romance. (“You’ve got that long hair slicked back, white T-shirt,” she sang in “Style.”) “I mean, I don’t know if they’re about me or not …” he says, attempting gallant discretion, “but the issue is, she’s so good, they’re bloody everywhere.” He smiles. “I write from my experiences; everyone does that. I’m lucky if everything [we went through] helped create those songs. That’s what hits your heart. That’s the stuff that’s hardest to say, and it’s the stuff I talk least about. That’s the part that’s about the two people. I’m never going to tell anybody everything.” (Fans wondered whether “Perfect,” a song Styles co-wrote for One Direction, might have been about Swift: “And if you like cameras flashing every time we go out/And if you’re looking for someone to write your breakup songs about/Baby, I’m perfect.”)

Was he able to tell her that he admired the songs? “Yes and no,” he says after a long pause. “She doesn’t need me to tell her they’re great. They’re great songs … It’s the most amazing unspoken dialogue ever.”

Is there anything he’d want to say to Swift today? “Maybe this is where you write down that I left!” He laughs, and looks off. “I don’t know,” he finally says. “Certain things don’t work out. There’s a lot of things that can be right, and it’s still wrong. In writing songs about stuff like that, I like tipping a hat to the time together. You’re celebrating the fact it was powerful and made you feel something, rather than 'this didn’t work out, and that’s bad.’ And if you run into that person, maybe it’s awkward, maybe you have to get drunk … but you shared something. Meeting someone new, sharing those experiences, it’s the best shit ever. So thank you.”

anonymous asked:

He legit said in his 'documentary' that there was a time in his life where people definitely knew everything about him and he didn't like it. Well, next time, buddy, you might not want to go on and on and on about how you wrote a song about fucking a girl one time and tell the public exactly where she's from and what her name is. Just a suggestion. [Also I know obviously the story is bullshit, but like, where do they get off that they think this even makes sense???]

the stuff harry keeps private about, such as the meanings behind “two ghosts” and “sweet creature,” show what he holds close to his heart. made up media bullshit about “carolina” shows how impersonal the song is to him. wasn’t it the last song they wrote too? like if the experience was really that influential on harry, i don’t think it would’ve been the last song he wrote haha

I….I did it. I made a Spring Awakening Hetalia AU. Ameripan and Lietbel. Let me lay out the story for those of you who don’t know. This is long and yes it may be PG-13 AND YES VERY FUCKING SAD AND DARK:

It is Sakura Honda’s fourteenth birthday, and her mother has given her a new dress that is much longer than her old one. Sakura convinces her mother to let her wear her old dress a bit longer, and her mother seems glad that Sakura does not want to grow up too fast. Sakura both reassures and worries her mother when she teases her, saying that if she had to wear such a long dress she would wear no underclothes underneath.

In the next scene, Alfred and Toris are playing with several of their friends. The group breaks up once Alfred decides to take a walk and invites only Toris to go with him. On their walk Toris complains about school, and talks about his fear that he will fail. The boys speak philosophically about topics ranging from superstition to how children should be raised, until the boys begin discussing how children inevitably start to desire each other. This leads to a frank discussion of the recent changes they have experienced. Both boys have begun feeling “the stirrings of manhood” (i.e. erections), which have usually been brought on by strange dreams. During their discussion Alfred realizes that Toris does not know the mechanics of reproduction. He offers to explain, but Toris suggests that he write it down instead so that he can read it later - in private.

Elizaveta, Sakura, and Lilli are walking together, probably coming home from school, when Sakura suggests they go look at the flooded river. For a few moments they discuss the rumor that Alfred almost drowned in it the night before. Lilli complains about how her parents insist that she wear her hair in braids. This grows into a larger discussion about the fact that Lilli’s parents beat her and punish her in other dreadful ways. Elizaveta and Lilli talk about how they will treat their children differently, but Sakura seems surprised that they assume that they will have children at all. The girls agree that they only want to have boy children, but Sakura insists that while she wants to have boys, she would rather be a girl, because she would rather be loved by a man. This mild argument is interrupted when Alfred and Toris walk by.

A while later, Alfred is playing with some of his friends when he expresses the desire to know where Toris is. He learns that Toris was spotted sneaking into the faculty lounge, and everyone is sure that he will be caught and punished severely. However, Toris soon appears, and they learn that not only was he not caught, but that he has discovered that he has been promoted to the next grade. Eventually either he or Ludwig Beilschmidt will have to give up their place, but Toris has earned a temporary reprieve. The other boys act as if his relief is foolish, but Alfred clearly supports Toris, and the two friends leave together.

Alfred is wandering in the woods one day when he meets Sakura. Sakura has been gathering Woodruff so that her mother can make wine. Sakura is relieved that it is not very late, and she agrees to lie under a tree with Alfred for a bit, after which he will escort her home. He asks her about her visits with the poor, wanting to know why she goes and whether she enjoys it. She tells him that she goes because her mother sends her, but that she also gets a lot of pleasure from it. Alfred is frustrated by the idea that one can get pleasure from something that is supposed to be a sacrifice, but Sakura tries to convince him that fighting with religious authorities will only bring him pain. Sakura tells Alfred that she has been imagining what it would be like to be poor and hungry and to be beaten by her father when she doesn’t bring home enough money from begging. She asks Alfred whether he would like to beat her, and when he refuses, she taunts him until he pummels her with his fists, then flees.

At the beginning of the second act, Toris is attempting to study with Alfred. He is tired and overworked, and though he has failed one less time than Ludwig, he is terribly afraid that he is going to be thrown out. He rambles a bit about the story of a headless queen that he cannot get out of his head, but is interrupted by Alfred’s mother, who is bringing in the tea. She tells Toris that his health is more important than doing well in school, and Alfred tells his mother about the school’s callous response to the recent death of a student. Alfred’s mother notices that Alfred is reading Faust (inapropro), and counsels him to consider whether or not he is old enough to read such things. She leaves, and Toris suggests that Alfred’s mother Alice Kirkland was worried about the sexual part of the book. Alfred argues that not everything is about sex, but Toris says that since he read what Alfred wrote for him, he feels like everything is about sex. He talks about how he feels that girls get more pleasure out of sex, because they merely have to surrender to it, but Alfred doesn’t want to talk about the matter.

Sakura’s mother (who is Fem!China) comes home one morning to tell her that the stork has brought her sister a little boy. After hedging around the question for a few minutes, Sakura asks her mother to explain where babies really come from. Her mother tries to avoid telling her anything, but finally says that a husband and wife must love each other like they’ve never loved anyone in order to have a baby.

Now in the home of Feliciano Vargas, we see Feliciano slip into his bathroom carrying a picture of a nude woman: a reproduction of Vecchio’s Venus. He bids goodbye to the figure, talking about how difficult it is to let her go, but how he must. He tells her of the other paintings that have gone this way, and wonders whom he will get to replace her. After a final kiss and a caress, he drops her in, and shuts the lid.

One day, Sakura searches out Alfred in a hayloft. She tries to get him to rejoin the others, but he refuses. Suddenly, Alfred starts making provocative statements to Sakura, but she tells him not to kiss her, for they don’t love each other. Sakura continues to protest, but Alfred grabs and has sex with her.

The next scene consists of a letter from Alice Kirkland to Toris. She tells him that she cannot give him money to flee to America; however, she will be happy to help him deal with his parents. She asserts that suicide will not help anything, and declares that his allusion to suicide seems a bit like blackmail. She assures him that no matter what, he will always be welcome in her house.

A few days later, Sakura comes into the garden early because she does not want her mother to see how happy she is. She wishes there were someone she could unburden herself to, someone who would be happy for her. Either later that day or a few days later (the timeline is unclear), Toris wanders through the woods. He debates with himself whether life has any intrinsic worth. He thinks about the past, and the thing that seems to upset him most is that he will die without ever having experienced sex. He decides he will lie to whoever asks and tell them that he has experienced intercourse. He is imagining his funeral, attended by the people he cares about, when Natalya, an old friend and now an artist’s model, suddenly appears out of the fog.

Natalya tells Toris about her most recent exploits, and then describes in greater detail her recent love affair with a young man named Ivan. She tells Toris about how Ivan used to make her dress up and parade in front of him, and confides that he was always threatening to kill her. Finally, she tells him how she escaped and went back to the artists who paint her. She teases Toris, recalling when they used to play together with Alfred and Sakura. She tries to get Toris to come inside, but he insists that he must go. As he leaves he realizes that he could have slept with Natalya, but decides that the timing was not right. He works himself into a rage thinking about Natalya, but as he calms down he decides that he will not return home from this walk.(bang bang)

At the beginning of the third act the teachers, meet to discuss the possible expulsion of a student. After Toris’ suicide, Toris’ mother discovered the treatise on copulation and turned it in to the school, where a handwriting comparison determined that the document had been written by Alfred. The head of the school believes that the tract may have had something to do with Toris’ suicide. Alfred tries to stand up for his work, and one teacher even defends him, but the others are clearly against him, and send him away.

At Toris’ funeral, Pastor Bonnefoy delivers a sermon on Toris’ sin and depravity. As Toris’ father and relatives and teachers pass by the grave, each dropping a shovelful of dirt, they continue to malign his memory, calling him depraved and corrupt. Once they depart, Ludwig bids a sad farewell to Toris, and Natalya and Lilli fill his grave with flowers. Natalya tells Lilli how she heard about Toris’ suicide and took the gun so that no one else would find it.

At home, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland discuss what to do with Alfred now that he has been expelled from school. Mr. Kirkland argues that they must send him to a reformatory if they want to save him from himself, but Mrs. Kirkland insists that he has done nothing wrong and declares that she will stand up for him if no one else will. After fighting for several minutes, Mr. Kirkland tells Mrs. Kirkland that just that morning a woman brought him a letter, purportedly written by Alfred, which revealed that he had taken advantage of a young woman. Mr. Kirkland believes that Alfred did not write the letter, but he also believes that it describes true events. Horrorstruck, Mrs. Kirkland agrees that ALfred must go to a reformatory, especially once Mr. Kirkland admits that he has already confirmed the story.

In the reformatory, Alfred tries not to become involved with the other boys, who masturbate competitively, gamble, and seem utterly corrupt. He is planning his escape, but he fears that he will fail, and that he will die of loneliness. He thinks confusedly about Sakura and Toris, and wonders whether Sakura hates him. Just after he leaves the room, the owner of the reformatory walks by with a locksmith, revealing that they are going to put bars on the window that Alfred was going to use to escape.

Sakura’s mother has called a doctor to examine Sakura, who has been feeling very ill. He assures her that she will be fine, and gives her some pills to take.  Yong Soo comforts his sister, and then departs. Sakura is convinced that she is dying, and finally forces her mother to confess that Sakura is pregnant. As her mother berates her, it becomes clear that Sakura does not understand how she could be pregnant, but she finally tells her mother about what happened in the hayloft. Mother (random person) arrives at the door, and Mrs. Wang (sakura’s mom) shows her in.

In this interlude, Ludwig and Feliciano sit at the edge of a vineyard, eating grapes. They have just masturbated, and begin again during the course of the scene. They discuss how they want to be when they are adults, and Ludwig convinces Feliciano that he should not fall for adult lies - he does not want to grow up to be a provincial, ordinary man, but rather one who manages to get a lot of pleasure out of life. Eventually, the boys kiss, and Feliciano is relieved and happy, for he was worried that such a thing would not happen. They decide that virtue is overrated, and express their certainty that they will look back on these events happily in the future.

Late one night in November, Alfred climbs into the graveyard. He has escaped from the reformatory. He finds Sakura’s grave, and berates himself for having destroyed her. Suddenly Toris appears, carrying his head under his arm. He tries to convince Alfred to take his hand and join the dead, insisting that their existence is far superior to that of the living. When he promises Alfred that he could forget his wrongdoings if he were dead, it almost seems like he will succeed. Suddenly, a man in a mask appears and intercedes. Alfred wants to know who he is, but although the masked man will not tell him, he forces Toris to reveal that he is making empty boasts. Toris wants Alfred to join him because he is lonely and envious. Alfred decides to trust the masked man, and says goodbye to Toris. Telling Toris that he will never forget him, he allows the masked man to lead him away. Toris, regretful but perhaps at peace, returns to his grave.

Everything Wrong With the Twilight Saga Part 1

It’s been ten years since Twilight first managed to grace print, born for the most part because one agent didn’t realize how long the book was. This thing has been called everything from a teenage phenomenon to a zit on the face of the written word. Personally, I’m somewhere between those two. I’ve seen worse than Twilight. I’ve read Hush Hush.

Now, while I was the original target demographic (I seem to have been lucky enough to have been that for a lot of popular works), I never actually read the story when it came out. I just generally didn’t like vampire fiction. Never have.

However, that doesn’t give Meyer free reign, so in ‘honor’ of the book’s tenth anniversary, and because she just gave more material that hasn’t been sporked to shreds, I’m starting a rant series.

Everything Wrong With Twilight.

Strap yourselves in, because we’re going in for the long haul. This chapter is likely going to be the shortest that I give you.

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Theo hadn’t seen Natacha since class ended the day before…she had a project to finish up after all and he wanted to make sure not to distract her while she finished it up….but he had something planned to celebrate the completion of it….

Theo wrote a note for her and slipped it under her door…hoping she would see it….but to be sure she would he texted her right after….the note was written neatly so she could read everything that was on it…but it basically was only telling her he would be stopping by at 10am the next morning and taking her somewhere…..where though was not mentioned…

Upon leaving the note behind Theo went back to his room and worked on his own book deadline…which was due in about two hours…but he would finish the last bit on time no problem…

When the next day came, Theo got ready and waited by Natachas room before knocking on the door and waited patiently for her to hopefully open the door….he was nervous about what he had planned….but he felt like the two of them had a rough last couple days….and this was going to hopefully show her that he really did love her….

He nervously shifted around while he waited for her to open the door….

Charles, Bethany, Alison, that night, and now

The Night Alison “Died”

My newest theory about Pretty Little Liars and the night Alison “died” involves Charles.  Before this new player came to light, I believed Bethany to be the one who hit Alison in the head that night.  I still believe she played a part in the events, but I no longer believe her to be the one who instigated the plans that night.

Let’s begin with the phone class Jessica DiLaurentis received that evening.

This phone call was from Radley but it isn’t about Bethany.  Radley was calling to inform Jessica that Charles had manage to escape the sanitarium and they were calling to give her warning.  They are aware of Charles’ obsession with Alison.  

When Alison enters the house, Jessica immediately states that she doesn’t want Alison going out that evening.

Alison, of course, doesn’t listen.  She’s on a mission to figure out who is taunting her and takes the sleeping pills from her mother’s purse.  We know from the episode “A is for Answers” what occurred the rest of the night (if we can trust Alison’s words).

On her way back to her house that night, after meeting with half of Rosewood, she pauses when she sees her mother in the window.

Then we see a look of horror on Jessica’s face.

This is when Charles hit Alison in the back of the head with the rock.  I think Charles believed that was Bethany, not Alison.  

Jessica rushes outside to see if Alison is dead, and thinking she it, decides to help Charles and cover up what he did.  I have always thought the way Jessica acted was because whomever hit Alison meant just as much to her…like a child.  Jessica needs to protect Charles, so she buries Alison in the yard.  

Where has Charles been this whole time?  No idea, but part of me thinks that Jessica provided him a place to live, hide, escape, whatever you want to call it. Charles has a little home that they built just for him.  He has his toys, his dolls, everything they think he needs. They check on him of course.  You can’t just let him fend for himself out there when he’s been in Radley so long.

 What they don’t know is that on September 2nd Charles saw Sara Harvey.  Having just lost his Alison, he needed a replacement. Sara is now his Alison.  He has everything he wants now.  Or so he thinks.

Enter Mona.  All she wanted to do was fake her death, frame Alison, and figure out who in the hell stole the game from her and was now A.

Charles takes Mona and adds her to the collection.  This is the part I’m not clear on, but every theory has its holes, so here’s one. Does Charles know that Mona was tormenting Alison, and took her in revenge?  Did he just take her because she knew Alison?  I don’t know, but Charles took her and made another Alison. Maybe Bethany was too broken after a couple of years and he needed a replacement.

Part of me thinks Mona told Charles that Alison is still alive.  This is when Mona carved “he’s going to kill me –M,” in the back of the wardrobe.  Telling Charles would have led to her own death.   Mona was going to need help if she wanted to escape.  What better way to get help than to tell Charles that Alison would want her best friends with her in the dollhouse?  She convinces Charles that he needs to collect them for her.

Once the girls were in the dollhouse, Mona taught them the rules, got them ready to live there and they could be waiting for Alison.

It backfired on Charles though, because Mona is smarter than everyone but Spencer.  The girls escaped, Alison was never captured, and now he’s alone again with nowhere to live or be safe.  Where he is now, I don’t know, but we’ll be seeing him again.

I think Jason knew about Charles, but was told that he died when he actually was sent to Radley.  He was then told never to speak of him.  Alison was a baby so she doesn’t remember him.  The DiLaurentis’ are on the board at Radley.  They did this so they could make sure no one would ever make the connection to the family. He most likely went by another last name while there. (I also think the recent purchase of Radley was by Kenneth DiLaurentis to keep things quiet.  He knows who is behind all of this.)

While at Radley, Bethany Young met Charles.  Over time she figured out that his mother was actually Jessica.   I believe that her drawings show her anger at Jessica for the lies she’s told about Charles.

She then tried to use this information to blackmail her for reason I have yet to figure out.  Trying to keep Bethany quiet, Jessica bribed her with trips and gifts.  She may have even tried to get close with Bethany’s father in order to keep Bethany quiet.  Jessica could be the person Bethany was talking about in those tapes.  Both of them making plans and playing games.

Bethany decided to take it a step further and get to Alison.  If Alison knew, then Jessica’s plan would fall apart all around her. That Labor Day weekend would be perfect.   More plans were made.  Bethany would get to Alison and tell her everything.

There was one problem though…Charles.  He wouldn’t want anything to happen to Alison.  He would need to escape and get to Alison to protect her.  That night he mistakenly hit Alison in the head with the rock thinking it was Bethany.

Now I know there are holes within this theory.  I have found a few and I wrote it.  I can’t figure out where things like the prom fit in, or NAT, the new ‘A’, etc…Part of me thinks that there are still two different things going here (Charles and ‘A’). I still even have theories about Wilden. Where did Maya fit into this theory? Jenna? See holes all over this theory.

Still, I think I may be on to something here.