young cory * *


When Adrianne Reynolds was 16-years-old, she left her hometown of Kilgore, Texas, to live with her father and his wife in East Moline, Illinois. Once there, she enrolled in Black Hawk College Outreach Center. She dreamed of earning her GED and joining the marines. Another dream of hers was to become a car designer or a singer; he had a phenomenal voice. It was here that she met Sarah Kolb and Cory Gregory, both self-proclaimed juggalos.

Just a couple of months after joining the school, Adrianne asked Cory on a date. Despite the fact that Sarah had a boyfriend, Sean, this infuriated her. Cory was her friend and she didn’t want Adrienne “stealing” him. On the afternoon of 21 January, 2005, Sarah invited Adrienne to Taco Bell with her and Cory. At some point on the drive over, Adrienne and Sarah got into an altercation. As the rolled up to Taco Bell, Cory held Adrianne down while while Sarah beat her with a wooden handle that she kept in her car for protection and strangled her to death with her belt.

Following the murder, Sarah and Cory took her lifeless body to Sarah’s grandparents’ farm. Here, they attempted to set her on fire in the hopes that she would turn to ashes. When this failed, they contacted 16-year-old Nathan Gaudet and told him about their predicament. Nathan drove over to the farm, armed with a handsaw to dismember Adrianne before disposing of her remains in a manhole. A couple of days later, she was found and it wouldn’t be long until Cory’s conscience got the better of him and he confessed.

Both Sarah and Cory were found guilty of first-degree murder. During testimony at trial, it was claimed that Sarah had a crush on Adrianne and acted out due to jealousy. Sarah received 53 years in prison while Cory received 40. During her trial, Sarah announced that she felt no guilt. Nathan was found guilty of concealment of a body and served 4 years in a juvenile centre. 4 years later, he died in a car crash.

Man Meets Woman

When Cory first met Topanga, he didn’t yet know
His initial exasperation would someday grow
Into the beautiful behemoth LOVE–
Where he used to ridicule, poke, and shove
It turned into hand-holding, hugs, and kisses…
Then in college, they became Mr. and Mrs.

When I first met you, I also couldn’t see
How much you’d someday come to matter to me.
I grew up with Cory and Topanga as the ideal,
But I took a step back to remember they’re not real–
Two characters created by writers like me,
Who know how to plan and plot a love story.

They may have a cute love story that blossomed in youth,
But our later-blooming one is rooted in the truth.

**the rights to the photo and characters from Boy Meets World belong to ABC

There’s a Farkle Under Your Bed (Riarkle Future One-Shot)

Fandom: Girl Meets World

Pairing(s): Riarkle (Main), Corpanga

Characters: (Main) Riley Matthews, Farkle Minkus, and Cory Matthews, (Supporting) Topanga Lawerence-Matthews and Auggie Matthews

Rating: T for compromising positions and some shirtlessness…? Idk…the making out got a little out of hand, honestly. Lolz.

Description: It turns out Cory Matthews has been chasing the wrong boy out of his daughter’s bay window for years. But, the real threat is now clear… Or at least pretty clearly hiding under the girl’s bed.

Author’s Note: So, technically, this one-shot is a part of my canon future Riarkle one-shot collection. If you want, read the other pieces in that collection, if not… High school Riarkle is still always cute, am I right? Also, there isn’t any sex, but for real, this is an intense make out scene, so be aware because I don’t want to offend!

Riley felt absolutely lightheaded by the time her back connected with her mattress. Had she not already been utterly breathless, the landing might have knocked the air from her lungs.

Reaching up, she frantically pulled the boy hovering over her closer, drawing him in for another kiss between gasps for oxygen. Ironically, her radio, which she’d turned up to cover up any noises that might be made, played Into You by Ariana Grande at near full volume just as her boyfriend ducked his head to begin kissing a trail from her jaw to where her pulse beat erratically on her neck.

She shrieked before peeling into giggles as he nibbled that one spot that he knew damn well was ticklish.

Breaking from her skin to laugh, Farkle hushed her, “Quiet! Remember?”

Riley replied with only a whine, pulling his lips back up to her’s. Farkle smirked into the kiss but didn’t whisper any more orders, keeping his mouth busy with much more pleasurable activities.

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You know what really hurts about the stars that died young? Like river Phoenix and Heath ledger and Kurt Cobain and cory Monteith? When you go to look them up on google images or whatever twenty years from now, it’s going to be the same pictures that would come up if you searched them today. Nothing new. And twenty years from now you won’t have to type “young cory Monteith” you won’t have to do that for any of them. Because we didn’t get to see river Phoenix older than 23 and Heath was gone before we saw everything he was capable of. God only knows how much more Heath had to offer the world. Type in “Kurt Cobain” ten years from now and it’ll be the same pictures and interviews that would have come up if you’d searched him ten years ago. you’ll still see the same Kurt, 27 years of age and younger. That goes for all of them.. And it breaks my heart that that’s all we got to see. All we will ever get to see.


Team Corypheus Fan Cast

Corypheus: Brian Cox || Calpernia: Rooney Mara || Raleigh Samson: Michiel Huisman || Gereon Alexius: Mark Strong || Felix Alexius: Rami Malek || Florianne de Chalons: Lucy Lawless || Livius Erimond: Jemaine Clement || Crassius Servis: Gael García Bernal || Denam: Michael Shannon

(Jemaine Clement fan cast by chupacabrasmustdie)


         Digital celebrity Cory Kennedy was discovered by style & nightlife culture photographer Mark Hunter also known as The Cobra Snake. If the name Mark Hunter doesn’t spark any feelings of nostalgia for your adolescent past then clearly you have been sleeping under a rock which blocked your access to the underground Los Angeles hipster scene that infected the masses via the early 2000s. 

        Mark Hunter created one of the first party blogs during the rise of the social media era. Scenario: It’s summer time in Southern California and a young Cory Kennedy is introduced to the music scene — attending a variety of concerts, & shows. Here’s a little Easter egg — Mark Hunter (two grades higher) attended Santa Monica High School with Cory. After graduation, his status as a photographer grew as he consistently documents the V.I.P madness that is the Los Angeles party scene. 

        His website becomes increasingly popular but every photographer needs a muse. What would be the ideal muse for Mark Hunter, you ask? In his words, “Girls that sit on the floor. Girls that have a care-free attitude about things; have messy hair & don’t wear much makeup.” Sounds like Cory Kennedy is the total package! The stars align in Los Angeles, California and Kennedy is photographed by Mark Hunter while at a Blood Brothers concert at the El Rey Theatre — a breeding ground for the indie-scene crowd to congregate. 

        Photographs of Cory are uploaded to Mark Hunter’s website and she instantly creates a psychic hold on the web and overnight goes from local scene kid to digital it-girl, already guest appearing at (then underground local-zine) Paper Magazines project party. What happens when you mix a photogenic teen, a fairly famous photographer with celebrity connections, and exposure to the public via the internet? You create a magnetic force that undoubtedly changes the micro-fame game rules! 

        After contacting Mark and exchanging numbers, Cory begins interning (possibly dating) for the Cobra Snake. It begins to be no surprise that whenever he posts photographs of Cory Kennedy the website traffic begins to increase. I have noticed that there is always a sort of rhythmic potion to creating an internet celebrity. Combine a 24-megapixel camera with an eye-catching naturally stylish teenager with splashes of charm you gain more online notice which will obviously link you to more celeb connections. 

        At this point, it doesn’t take a rocket science to understand that having digital popularity will link you to high-profile celebrities which will definitely increase your status which will add funds to your pockets. Miscellaneous documented moments involving a candid Cory begin surfacing via the world wide web — photographs of Cory her eating waffle cone ice cream and drinking Coca Cola. Photographs of Cory observing the Santa Monica Pier beach life. Photographs of Cory laughing and partying, in an overall natural state — I think this is why people gravitate towards Cory — her natural, down to the earth energy. 

        The connections via fashion blogs begin to circulate on Mark’s website which begins to follow a teenage Cory as well. The use of an USB cord and internet connection can take your girl next door to a cultural icon in a matter of seconds and Cory is manifesting this fact. Kennedy’s parents have no clue that their seemingly normal daughter is beginning to reach new plateaus of internet fame — MySpace being the primary catalyst. Barely legal Cory Kennedy and her entourage are already being booked and paid to attend some of the hottest clubs in Los Angeles. 

        The quixotic relationship between Hunter and Kennedy is both an excellent marketing strategy and a growing flame — “If I can’t become a superstar - I can create a superstar and that would definitely boost my career.” - Mark Hunter. Suspicion of a double life grows as Cory and her parents travel to New York City to meet up with Mark Hunter & the editor of Nylon Magazine. Cory keeps the impact Nylon has a secret. 

        The paparazzi, inquisitiveness from fans, and the fact that Cory has booked a fucking release conference raises her mother’s eyebrows. Everyone is gawking and staring as if she’s some kind of star — well, she IS a star now! The social networking ecosystem is pulsating about Cory Kennedy, who goes from lingering at public events to attending exclusive networking events with A-list celebrities such as Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan. Designers are begging Cory to wear their pieces and her infamous Vague image is plastered on every t-shirt. 

        With all this chaos interfering with Cory’s daily life, in she is still a normal teenager with a curfew in the eyes of her parents but invitations to parties from notorious public figures led Cory’s speak otherwise, her mother begins to instantly connect the dots. Jinx Kennedy (Cory’s mother) is now the parent of a cross breed between infamous party girl and New Age debutante which all transpire from one photo that was taken at a local show when she was 15. 

        A saturation of connections often leads socials to the dark side of fame. Cory begins partying with other artists who all have acquired a reputation through the use of the internet as well who are known for heavy drug usage (*cough* Sky-busted-for-heroin-possession-Ferreira *cough*). Cory falls under a drug binge spell and enters rehab in hopes seeking sobriety and a chance to re-connect and focus on her career. 

        Drug addiction can definitely open the mind’s eye to the of the paradox of fame and everyday living but life after MySpace promises magazine campaigns and webzine interviews which enable Cory to transform from internet teen sensation to a multi-talented DJ and international style icon. It takes intuitively knowing the power of the internet to grasp the concept of Cory Kennedy and her impact on pop culture / social media society. This one is for you! Our lovable style icon & party girl extraordinaire, Cory Kennedy!