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i certainly wouldn’t mind being interviewed by connor 

Oh, I would. I wouldn’t be able to meet his eyes. I wouldn’t be able to form proper sentences. Everything would be moving far, far too fast, and still feel like every second is an hour. I would imagine every possible flaw on me, and he’s seeing them under a microscope. I would be trying to fix my hair at every moment, trying to fix myself. I would barely hear any word he’d say over the screaming in my head. I would really, really, mind being interviewed.

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Books and Movies

Do you ever find in a book or a movie that moment, where you have to put it down, close the frame, change what you were doing? And not for anything, except that it was just too much, too beautiful, too intense, too strong. Something in you told you that you could not go on, you had to make it last longer, had to stop, even, if that was what it took, even if the only thing you wanted to do was continue, you just couldn’t, because it was that perfect.


Chillin’ with my baybay before The Greek Festival. Discussing deep things—like camels, haircuts and apple juice.

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"There is a reason that most fanfiction authors, specifically girls, start with a Mary Sue. It’s because girls are taught that they are never enough. You can’t be too loud, too quiet, too smart, too stupid. You can’t ask too many questions or know too many answers. No one is flocking to you for advice. Then something wonderful happens. The girl who was told she’s stupid finds out that she can be a better wizard than Albus Dumbledore. And that is something very important. Terrible at sports? You’re a warrior who does backflips and Legolas thinks you’re THE BEST. No friends? You get a standing ovation from Han Solo and the entire Rebel Alliance when you crash-land safely on Hoth after blowing up the Super Double Death Star. It’s all about you. Everyone in your favorite universe is TOTALLY ALL ABOUT YOU.

I started writing fanfiction the way most girls did, by re-inventing themselves.

Mary Sues exist because children who are told they’re nothing want to be everything."


— Dean Winchester

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— Sam Winchester (via year-of-the-deanmon)

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Hermione Granger, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I

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