Zoey Deutch for Afterglow Magazine
And sometimes, if I was really, really lucky, he’d smile at me. A real smile, too—not the dry one that accompanied the sarcasm we tossed around so often. I didn’t want to admit it to anyone—not to Lissa, not even to myself—but some days, I lived for those smiles.
"I’m not Mr. Debonair Suave. I’m just a regular boy who goofs around, pulls pranks, and makes jokes. That doesn’t sound very hot to me."
"Page 46 of the iOS 7 terms and conditions"
How did yOU EVEN FIND THIS WHAT
Jennifer Lawrence and I are one
so a few days ago I asked for requests on edits and I really loved doing that! so if you guys have any requests, that would be fantabulous! it’s so much easier if I know what you guys want to see!
Rose Hathaway is such an underrated YA heroine
CAN I GET A HELL YEAH IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU’RE DOING WITH YOUR LIFE AND YOU DON’T GET ENOUGH SLEEP
my roommate and their classmates are burning & sacrificing an animal cracker to pray for their greek final to be canceled
Perfect is more like it
casually call people “human” to unsettle them and make them question what sort of being you are
But you don’t understand. Effie saw a future with Peeta and Katniss’ children. She saw them living happy, rich, beautiful. She thought that they had finally gotten peace, and she was so happy for them. She wanted to go to their house and play with the kids, teach them all about capitol and the beautiful life. She was not mean or stupid, just born and raised in this culture that she was never truly touched by with feels of fear and hatred. This is one of the first times Effie really feel hate and fear, because in this scene she is truly sorry. Truly sorry that the only two persons that she has seen grow, two of the only persons she loved, are now sent to the certain death. Peeta and Katniss grew to be like Effie’s children, and that is beautiful.