This is how many children that died in their Hunger Games, without even being mentioned throughout the three books. All these children were under 18. All these children had parents. All these parents’ hearts sank to their knees during their child’s reaping. All these parents saw their terrified child off at the train station. All these parents heard the sound that signified their child’s death. All these parents received their cold, dead child in a wooden box. All these parents’ lives ended there. All these parents could say or do nothing. All these parents were merely thanked that they gave up their child. Thanked.
And the media focuses on the love triangle.
ok i am part of this fandom and im obsessed with all the books, the two movies that have been released are great. But how does this have 126,806 notes but when actual real life tragedies like this happen so many people ignore it when it comes up on their dash? It’s like we care more about fictional characters that we’ve never actually been introduced to than the people who are living around us
Some of us are here for Lily and Sarah
Some of us are here for Taissa and Evan
All of us are here for Jessica Lange
all hail the one supreme
a strip club but instead of naked women its cute dogs that you give dog treats to for them to do tricks
she’s a harvard graduate and speaks like 6 languages
when 6 bloggers share a hotel room…
I counted 5
who do you think took the fucking photo
the sexual tension between ryan and chad when they sing “i don’t dance”
theY ARE WEARING EACH OTHER’S CLOTHES AFTER THE SONG
I AM SO FUCKING DONE
When you write a song, sitting naked on your bedroom floor, it’s the most private thing you can do. I’m very English, and we don’t talk about emotions publicly. Then you do the most public thing possible: You record it and ask people to play it on the radio. It’s pretty weird when you hear people singing that private moment back at you.
Marcus Mumford (via angelsareconfused)