"I was just wondering if your like on my post meant that you think I should change my url to stonersciles?? I am so conflicted ugh" —spideystiles

I love the URL omfg I would say do it

"how do you not have suitors lined at your door this is the truest form of blasphemy" —stilinskyed

Because I’m actually a horrible person tbh omg

"tbh I'll never get over how hot you are bae marry me shit" —stilinskyed

This is the best message ever omfg let’s get married

True detective is such a golden fucking show god damn. Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey are such good actors it’s amazing


I like Parrish because he’s just a ‘go with the flow’ type of guy like

Ninja killing people? Okay.

Someone bombs the police station? Okay.

Suspicious boy turning up at a demolished home and his finger prints come up for a much older man? Mmmkay.

Pretty little lady in a house where a family died in and finds a meat locker full of dead people? Gee, this lady is pretty.

Pretty little lady a psychic? Okay.

Sheriff looks suspicious at times? Mmalright.




I’m just gonna let the world figure this out

What does this mean???? Help????

Wait for it


Hello, dear followers~ ♥︎

Recently I got a bunch of questions about the difference between Showing & Telling, so I thought that I would summarize my thoughts on the subject as a slideshow!

Of course, those of you who have been following my blog for ages can guess my thoughts about this ‘Show VS Tell’ debacle. Personally, I feel that Telling (the act of Summarizing) gets a reputation for being a lesser tool— which I disagree with greatly. Show and Tell are both important tools of the Writer’s Tool-Box, and they serve different purposes~ ♥︎

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Oh my god thank you you’re too nice I love you


Reaction from James Dashner, author of The Maze Runner, to seeing the movie for the first time.