I just came to the conclusion that I’m not following anyone under a 7. I’m a shallow cunt.
I had a floater in my eye that wouldn’t go away, and after about 5 minutes of watching it move unexpectedly while I swished my eyes around, I realised it was actually a tiny spider on my glasses.
Anonymous said: I love the way you use words. You're the best.
That’s really, really, really good of you. That makes me feel very, very, very good.
After this disappointment with Divergent, I need to find something new worth watching. .
What have you seen in the last year or so that’s worth seeing?
"If you don’t fit into a category, they can’t control you"
The above is an actual line and basic premise of the movie “Divergent”.
Fuck, this movie is the most emo-tween nonsense I’ve seen in a while. I was expecting a sci-fi movie, not Hunger Games made for even broodier people.
They have a futuristic-dystopian version of Harry Potter’s sorting hat, the “look how unique and different they all are” factions of Hunger Games, and the character depth and empty-headedness of Twighlight. It’s like they literally hand-picked parts of popular tween movies to make another one.
All of which really add nothing to the story, and all of which are as boring and as eye-rolling as anything you’re going to see in 2014.
What a humongous pile of arse gravy this is.
JJOLIET, IL—Saying that he would be open to giving a relationship with the Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence a shot, local man Alex Robard, 31, told reporters Monday that despite any preconceptions he might have formed about the Hollywood star, he certainly considers himself broad-minded enough to try looking beyond her flaws. “Look, she’s not perfect, but neither am I, so all things considered, I’d be inclined to test it out and give the two of us a chance,” said the sales associate, who went on to add that, while he couldn’t make any guarantees, if he were to ever go on a date with the 23-year-old A-lister, he would make a concerted effort to resist forming snap judgments based on any potential faults, personal weaknesses, or off-putting personality traits that the celebrity might possess. “You have to be willing to accept people as they are. Yes, Jennifer’s a little loud, a little wacky and in-your-face, but I think, personally, I could get past that. Dating’s all about keeping an open mind.” Robard added that he hoped Lawrence wasn’t particularly religious, because that would, unfortunately, be a deal-breaker for him.
Putting in a search for “soothing voice” on YouTube produces some weird shit, man.
All I wanted was to relax and sleep, but now I just feel like a creep.