Books that people read romantically but shouldn’t because they’re missing the point:
- Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov
- Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
- The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
- Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
#do you wanna know why this hurts so bad #because this is the worst thing they can do to each other #the thing they never talk about but think about constantly #and that they can bring up and make the other freeze #because thats how much it hurts
#seriously this would be the dumbest shit to ever happen in any tv show ever #that’s ok #you give us this pair of idiots that have been friends since they were kids #and the boy has a crush on the girl and everything’s pretty normal; nothing out of the ordinary #except their kid who traveled in time makes her mother realize that rory feels something for her #still nothing EXTREMELY extraordinary right; just because your daughter -and you dont even know this- tells you that you should be together #it doesn’t mean you should #free will and all that shit #but then there’s the part when amy does choose rory #over and over again#there’s a reason the episode is called ‘amy’s choice’ fyi #and then there’s the part where the ordinary kid with the crush actually waits 2000+ years for her #just to protect her #just to make sure she is 100% safe #oh and then #AND THEN #she breaks time for him #because rory is the most beautiful man she’s ever met #oh and they ALSO choose each other in a different universe #that’s ok #you just make their story end with a divorce #STUPID #i cant
What the fuck, you fucking fucks
Keep your eyes on the sky.
Next week, the moon will make its closest approach to Earth in almost 20 years. Astrologers say the phenomenon, known as “Super Moon,” historically coincides with enormous natural disasters. Both the New England hurricane of 1938 and the Australian Hunter Valley floods of 1955 happened during Super Moons, they say. The last Super Moon came in 2005, at around the same time as Hurricane Katrina and the Indonesian tsunami.