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When Leo Met Emma (1x03 sneak peek)

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i’m so old

it was actually 14 years ago, you are not with math

you’re not with math either

it was 24 years ago #onlyonewithmath

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ok y’all 

how do i ask a boy out 

roses are red
violets are blue
guess what, my bed
has room for two


twinkle twinkle little star
we can do it in a car


row, row, row your boat
gently down the stream
merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily
i can make you scream

I feel like the last one is verging dangerously into serial killer territory

me and you can go up the hill 

to fetch a pail of water

i won’t say what we’ll do up there

but we could come back with a daughter 

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horror movies that begin with “based on a true story”


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So, in all the time I’ve read books (basically since birth) I have never been so disturbed and actually sick about an ending. Jodi Picoult writes some pretty fucked up situations. I first read The Pact by her, about a suicide pact between two kids, and then yaknow the aftermath with their families. Not too bad. The next book was called 19 Minutes, about a school shooting. While I wasn’t physically sick, I was really disturbed for about a week. I had to actually vent about all of it to my mom because I was just so messed up about it and yeah. And then last night I finished Salem Falls. Everything was fine until literally, not lying, the last sentence of the book. The entire book changed from that sentence. I physically felt sick. I almost vomited, I’m not even joking. This was literally in a span of a week. Just.. I’m not reading her books anymore. Literally so disturbing and gosh wow, this has never happened to me. And I’ve read some pretty messed up shit? Idk.

Well I’m a huge fan of Jodi Picoult but I haven’t read those books. I’ve read Vanishing Acts, Sister’s Keeper, House Rules, The Tenth Circle, Handle With Care and I can safely say they did not make me sick. Maybe try them? Wow, I’m actually apprehensive about reading Pact, 19 Minutes and Salem Falls. 

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rich man, poor girl;

character 01 is a rich playboy who seems to have no problem with any conquests, his latest one being the new, saucy dancer at the local gentleman’s club. character 02 is a strong-willed ball of sass who refuses to just give into any guy who throws her a fifty at her hopefully temporary job. character 01 starts booking her for private events which end up truly being a party of one, himself. this goes on several times as character 01 attempts to woo her. character 02 starts spending lots of time at his penthouse even when not booked as they find out all of each other’s secrets and falling asleep wrapped up in one another after a long day of yelling at each. character 01 spoils the poor girl to no end, and they become close to the point where they are domestic with loads of fights and yelling about the way that they choose to live their lives.

added to wishlist 

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do u ever wonder how many of ur followers live near u

i’m positive that NO ONE does. 

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The Fault in Our Stars to get Bollywood remake



This is pretty awesome.

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I may actually be more excited about this than I was about the Hollywood version…

Not to mention that all of us (Indians) have watched the Hollywood version. But yeah if you cast Ranbir and Priyanka, then I’ll be there first day first show. c: 

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