words from the wise

anonymous asked:

The show is literally pearl universe, thats why I dont like her. Not just her stans, but the fact that the mystery girl ep was framed as beiung about amethyst and greg, which woulda been aweseom! They really dont have a lot of character development, but oh! Look! Heres pearl! now its her episode all about her heres pearl isnt she great god pearl is amazing oh look shes cool and bad and edgy wow look at how funny pearl is pearl, pearl, pearl, and pearl, and pearl. Pearl universe feat pearl

From the wise words of my friend Ashanti:

Pearl colonized the show

whenever you're feeling unmotivated and sleepy:

• drink a big glass of water
• fix your posture and sit up straight
• do some stretches to get moving
• take some deep breaths
• straighten up the area you’re in a little bit
• listen to some intense classical music or just some upbeat music!
• get working! :)


Nephilim Week [TMI] Day 4: Favourite Quote

“Clary was born special. Simon here had specialness thrust upon him. He adapted. Because the world isn’t divided into the special and the ordinary. Everyone has the potential to be extraordinary. As long as you have a soul and free will, you can be anything, do anything, choose anything. Simon should get to choose”


I have this tradition. It’s something I do now when a friend dies. I save his Rolodex card. What am I supposed to do? Throw it away in the trash can? I won’t do that. No, I won’t. That’s too final. Last year I had five cards. No I have fifty. A collection of cardboard tombstones, bound together with a rubber band. I hate these fucking funerals. I really do. And you know what else I hate? I hate the memorials. That’s our social life now. Going to these things.

"And as small and quiet and unimportant as our fighting may look, perhaps we might all work together…and break out of the prisons of our own making. Perhaps we might be able to keep this fierce and beautiful world of ours as free for all of us as it seemed to be on that blue afternoon of my childhood.” 

- Cressida Cowell, How to Speak Dragonese