"You are so good. So good, you’re always feeling so much. And sometimes it feels like you’re gonna bust wide open from all the feeling, don’t it? People like you are the best in the world, but you sure do suffer for it."
Silas House, This is My Heart for You (via fromonesurvivortoanother)

The first time in my life when I felt ‘different’ was when I moved to California when I was 12. It was a large adjustment. I didn’t feel like I fit in for the first time in my life. I didn’t feel like I had friends outside of my family. I didn’t feel like I was home.

Funnily enough that’s what started me making videos and doing what I do because it made me happy - and since I didn’t have a lot to make me happy, it’s what I kept going back to.

And again funnily enough, I was scared to tell my friends. I was terrified that they would find out until they kind of found out on their own. And now that I’m older I look back and I hate that I felt like that. I hate that I was groomed to be so fearful of what I was doing. I think you should embrace your individuality, what makes you different. I wish it wouldn’t have taken me so long to figure that out, but I guess that’s growing up.”

Dylan O’Brien at Giffoni Film Festival (paraphrased from the live stream)  (via rustypolished)



"Here rise to life again, dead poetry! Let it, O holy Muses, for I am yours, And here Calliope, strike a higher key, Accompanying my song with that sweet air which made the wretched Magpies feel a blow that turned all hope of pardon to despair." - Dante
(inspired/requested by thephoenixcity)
"Don’t talk to yourself in such a way that if you did so to a friend, it would end your friendship.

If you had a friend dealing with the same things, you wouldn’t berate that person, say, ‘You’re not working hard enough,’ ‘You suck,’ or ‘You’re not as good as [whomever].’ You’d offer your friend encouragement, you’d try to point out all the things your friend did right, and how much progress your friend had made.

You should do no less for yourself.

Be very careful how you talk to yourself. Because you are listening."

Q: Tyler, could you do that too, just quickly? The line?
Tyler Hoechlin: The line? As the Grumpy Cat? Oh boy.

Tyler Hoechlin @ AlphaCon 2014




I want you to imagine a ten year old version of yourself sitting right there on this couch. Now this is the little girl who first believed that she was fat, and ugly, and an embarrassment.

This is groundbreaking

this is my third time rebloging this today. this is so important.

The cast reveals their favourite character line of the person to their left. +

"Tom Cruise was considered for a role, but in the end, Idris Elba was cast."

Pacific Rim (2013) - IMDb


(via geekquality)

Also from Collider.com -

“Guillermo explains that he didn’t want one country saving the Earth.  He wanted someone from every race, color and creed working together to save the planet. ‘And I felt that it was very important for the charismatic leader to be played by Idris Elba rather than the usual waspy, 40-ish, sergeant type.’”

(via monkeysnowballfight)


(via popca)


I ask not for a lighter burden, but for broader shoulders

Link to the Teen Wolf post production page! (x)



This is the first time jo has directly answered a fans question via twitter. It also makes my Hufflepuff heart beat faster. 



This is the first time jo has directly answered a fans question via twitter. It also makes my Hufflepuff heart beat faster. 


"I went to coach a little league baseball team when I was a junior in high school. I showed up to the first practice and I wanted to be all hard nosed and wanted to make an impression, “Drop and give me ten, and do a pole to pole!”  So I go in with this stern face and someone says, “Hey, you’re that kid on YouTube!”  They all knew who I was and it was the weirdest thing.”

SHERLOCK: These are magnificent creatures. Clyde will likely outlive both of us. You didn’t really think I would eat him, did you?

JOAN: I don’t know. I guess it’s hard to know what you’re going to do.



I have never read a John Green novel.

But I would care a lot more about critiques of him if any of the people I’ve seen shitting on him had actually read a John Green novel either.

Or pretty much anything that has ever come out of his mouth.

It’s really disgusting that people accuse John Green, a writer with clinical depression and anxiety to the point of it being very disabling at different times of his life, as someone who might romanticize and encourage teen suicide.

As an aside, I love his self awareness about his own writing. That shit is hard to do.

On the existence of his crash course videos alone, which provide free, accessible, consistent, intersectional, and quality higher level education to anyone with an internet connection (which is a fucking revolutionary concept and execution and should not be treated lightly) I am forever a fan of this man.

I’m still going through his books and his videos, and I’m still learning about him, but one thing that I can for sure tell you is that he is a very self-conscious writer and he actively strives to be a better human being and author. Which is so wonderful because he also encourages that in his viewers and his readers. He understands his position as not only a white, male author, but also as a person with a lot of power on the internet. And he does his best to use that power for other people. 

To think that he’s doing this in the face of external antagonism while dealing with the internal is just so heroic and amazing.

"Yes, I wrote my daughter a letter. And that bastard that made me call him Father took pieces of it, that only Allison would know were from me, and used it to manipulate her, to turn her into something she was never supposed to be. I never wanted her to become me. And it got her killed. I will find that man, and I will kill him. Even if I have to come back from the grave."
Eaddy Mays (as Victoria Argent)’s very powerful answer to the question of whether or not Victoria actually wrote the letter to Allison (via wolftraps)