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When you meet someone equally as weird as you

livesstillposed:

sodamnrelatable:

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I feel like this is essentially how all of my friendships start.

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EW: Tell us something about Andrew Lincoln that he doesn’t want us to know… [x]

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amercurialqueen:

This is a Lieutenant Abbie Mills/Nicole Beharie Appreciation PostBecause she is so much more than “a worthy sidekick.”

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Damon is NEVER willing to let Bonnie die, no matter how much shit he talks.

The first time she died, he lied to the girl that he loved and got slapped in the face in order to help Bonnie save herself. The second time she died, he tried everything in his power to bring her back to life (even killing the woman that he was in love with for 140 years) and ultimately succeeded in bringing her back. And I’ll add that Damon was the only person actively pursuing a means of saving Bonnie. The last time she died, Damon was there with her, hand in hand. Now we can debate about this one because everyone will say that he didn’t know he was going to die too and he didn’t have a choice. But he didn’t even seem irritated by the fact that he was dying with her. He actually chose that moment to put a smile on her face. And based on the fact that Damon is really the only person who comes up with plans to save Bonnie’s life, even if he didn’t die with Bonnie, I have a feeling that if he got back to Earth, he would try everything in his power AGAIN to get her back. 

Then there was also that time when Elijah was going to kill Bonnie and Damon came up with a Plan B to save her, then when his Plan B failed he told Elijah that they still had time (even though the girl he loved was about to die) and then when he finally couldn’t do anything, he turned Bonnie’s mother into a vampire instead of killing Bonnie like he was originally supposed to do. Oh and the time Bonnie was possessed and he brought her back to Elena’s house and told her he saved her life because he does dumb things. And let’s add to that all the times Damon has called Bonnie crazy for sacrificing her life for Jeremy. 

Oh. And right. There was that time Damon was the only person who stayed behind on a deserted island to look for Bonnie and drew a fucking sigh of relief when he finally found her and hugged her. 

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juminaji:

when a bitch tries it but you tryna get right with God so you cant go off

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#LOLLLL   
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http://klarolinelannister.tumblr.com/post/97865067117/signalfire15-beremylovechild-said-really-you 

klarolinelannister:

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signalfire15:

beremylovechild said: Really? You should watch the old version you might enjoy it better. I thought Mason Dye & the grandmothers acting was decent

Yeah, their acting was good. But the g-ma I know from other films. She’s an Oscar winning actress so I would expect that…

I like the way you explained it and I agree with everything you said, except, I do think that Chris was attracted to Cathy. I’m sure a lot of it was driven by the factors that you said. But I definitely think the sexual desire for Cathy was there. I also think Chris was attracted to his mother as well and I think that had a lot to do with why he gravitated towards Cathy. Because in his mind, his mother was the perfect woman and Cathy was the closest he was ever going to get to a woman like her and the relationship that his parents had. Basically, I just think that Chris had a lot of issues going on and he was prone to incestous behavior from the start and being in the attic with Cathy didn’t help the situation. I’m going to continue reading though because I want to see what the sex scene is like in the book cause I hear it’s less consensual. So I’ll get back to you on this after reading the entire thing lol.

Yeah, I didn’t want to touch on the book sex scene because of reasons. And it really has been awhile and I can’t remember much more than that about the more sexual aspects of their relationship.

But I suppose we’ll get some sort of official answer to the question of Chris’s feelings for Cathy/(& Corinne) because VCA’s ghostwriter is writing (or, rather re-writing) the FitA novels from his POV. The first one comes out at the end of October.

And I’d love to hear more of your thoughts when you finish the book. Do you plan on reading the whole series, or just the first book?

Just the first one for now