Random Ramblings

Sometimes I just really appreciate Jane Randall’s tweets.  She just gets it you know. 

I think people need to be made aware of the difference between reblogging and reposting.  Reposting is basically stealing someone else’s work.  If you like a manip or gif set someone did and copy and paste it to post it under your own account that is reposting/stealing.  

Someone worked hard to create that post so they should get credit for it.  If you want it on your own page then you can hit the reblog button in the corner.  Please stop reposting other people’s work it just takes away from the original poster/creator’s hard work and effort.  

I’m tagging this as Jori because that’s where I’ve seen this happening very recently.

Well I have a crush.

Well I have a crush.

The movie “I Can’t Think Straight” has been on my mind for a couple of days so I watched it again last night.  Now I remember why I loved it so much.  That housekeeper.  The sassy sister. The adorable Sheetal Sheth.  There’s so much to love.

mimillyxo:

Perks Of Being Wallflower//💘 on We Heart It.

mimillyxo:

Perks Of Being Wallflower//💘 on We Heart It.

gracehelbig:

rosabelledraws:

I miss Goose and I know a lot of other people also miss Goose, so I made some art to bring back some Goose. YAY GOOSE.~rosabelledraws.deviantart.com~

I miss her too. This is awesome.

gracehelbig:

rosabelledraws:

I miss Goose and I know a lot of other people also miss Goose, so I made some art to bring back some Goose. YAY GOOSE.
~rosabelledraws.deviantart.com~

I miss her too. This is awesome.

hate:

the only “hot action” going on in my bedroom is my laptop burning my skin

(via whatthehell-am-i-doing)

nickelodeonkids:

Entertainment Weekly First Look: The Outskirts starring Victoria Justice and Avan Jogia

When two best friends find themselves fed up with their high school’s resident bullies, they do what anyone would do: stage a revolution.

Victoria Justice and The Middle’s Eden Sher play two outcasts in The Outskirts, a film about what happens when a high school’s uncool kids overthrow the popular crew, led by the Blair Waldorf-like Whitney (Claudia Lee). There’s drama, there’s humor. And, as with any good teen movie, there are tears.

“What made me want to direct this movie more than just being really excited to see it when it came out is the fact that the first time I read the script, I was laughing so hard and by the time I got to the end, I was in tears,” director Peter Hutchings, who describes the film as “nerd-tastic,” told EW.

Hutchings took some time out of his lunch break—they’re about two-thirds of the way through filming now—to set the scene for some exclusive images featuring the title outskirts of the school and the queen bees. The Outskirts is set to arrive in theaters in 2015.

“In this scene, the populars are at a lacrosse game and the bleachers are deserted because the whole school is at a debate tournament so it’s part of this story where the popular kids have lost all their influence, their power over the school. So we cut from that to the auditorium full of people cheering as a kid gives his closing argument at the debate tournament. It’s a really funny juxtaposition.”

“It’s just the four of them [Sher, Justice, Katie Chang, and Jazmyn Richardson], and they kind of don’t know what to do until they realize they should go to Virginia [Ashley Rickards], who has her pulse on the underclass of the school and is going to help guide them. The five of them are kind of our main group, our main heroes, our main outskirts.”

(Source: insidemovies.ew.com, via freak-thefreak-out)