hundredsofcharacters:

… Holy passive aggressive douche, dude. 
And I looked at his profile, too, which he clearly saw. And when I didn’t reply, this was his reaction.
First of all, fuck you.
Second of all, maybe I had to run off to do something and didn’t have time to reply to you. Maybe I didn’t know what to say. Maybe I wasn’t sure how to reply because you didn’t actually give me a question or anything to answer. 
Third of all, there’s the little fact that I’m in Toronto. I’m not in New York anymore (and this guy is from Brooklyn). The best part is? He’s Jewish, and not the worst looking person on this stupid site, and had I still been in NYC I would have absolutely answered him and probably would have had a blast telling him about my adventures in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando. 
But wow, glad I didn’t. Because if a couple of hours of not getting a response elicits this sort of dickery, then you and I would not get along. You’re probably the kind of dude that gets all uppity over being “friend-zoned.” I bet you even went looking for those alleged Jennifer Lawrence nudes.
Get lost, asshole. 
(I don’t usually swear this much in my posts, so sorry about that. But just. Wow.)


Drew and I were discussing ways to react to that guy. I think we have good instincts. 

hundredsofcharacters:

… Holy passive aggressive douche, dude. 

And I looked at his profile, too, which he clearly saw. And when I didn’t reply, this was his reaction.

First of all, fuck you.

Second of all, maybe I had to run off to do something and didn’t have time to reply to you. Maybe I didn’t know what to say. Maybe I wasn’t sure how to reply because you didn’t actually give me a question or anything to answer. 

Third of all, there’s the little fact that I’m in Toronto. I’m not in New York anymore (and this guy is from Brooklyn). The best part is? He’s Jewish, and not the worst looking person on this stupid site, and had I still been in NYC I would have absolutely answered him and probably would have had a blast telling him about my adventures in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando. 

But wow, glad I didn’t. Because if a couple of hours of not getting a response elicits this sort of dickery, then you and I would not get along. You’re probably the kind of dude that gets all uppity over being “friend-zoned.” I bet you even went looking for those alleged Jennifer Lawrence nudes.

Get lost, asshole. 

(I don’t usually swear this much in my posts, so sorry about that. But just. Wow.)

Drew and I were discussing ways to react to that guy. I think we have good instincts. 

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… Holy passive aggressive douche, dude. 
And I looked at his profile, too, which he clearly saw. And when I didn’t reply, this was his reaction.
First of all, fuck you.
Second of all, maybe I had to run off to do something and didn’t have time to reply to you. Maybe I didn’t know what to say. Maybe I wasn’t sure how to reply because you didn’t actually give me a question or anything to answer. 
Third of all, there’s the little fact that I’m in Toronto. I’m not in New York anymore (and this guy is from Brooklyn). The best part is? He’s Jewish, and not the worst looking person on this stupid site, and had I still been in NYC I would have absolutely answered him and probably would have had a blast telling him about my adventures in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando. 
But wow, glad I didn’t. Because if a couple of hours of not getting a response elicits this sort of dickery, then you and I would not get along. You’re probably the kind of dude that gets all uppity over being “friend-zoned.” I bet you even went looking for those alleged Jennifer Lawrence nudes.
Get lost, asshole. 
(I don’t usually swear this much in my posts, so sorry about that. But just. Wow.)

… Holy passive aggressive douche, dude. 

And I looked at his profile, too, which he clearly saw. And when I didn’t reply, this was his reaction.

First of all, fuck you.

Second of all, maybe I had to run off to do something and didn’t have time to reply to you. Maybe I didn’t know what to say. Maybe I wasn’t sure how to reply because you didn’t actually give me a question or anything to answer. 

Third of all, there’s the little fact that I’m in Toronto. I’m not in New York anymore (and this guy is from Brooklyn). The best part is? He’s Jewish, and not the worst looking person on this stupid site, and had I still been in NYC I would have absolutely answered him and probably would have had a blast telling him about my adventures in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando. 

But wow, glad I didn’t. Because if a couple of hours of not getting a response elicits this sort of dickery, then you and I would not get along. You’re probably the kind of dude that gets all uppity over being “friend-zoned.” I bet you even went looking for those alleged Jennifer Lawrence nudes.

Get lost, asshole. 

(I don’t usually swear this much in my posts, so sorry about that. But just. Wow.)

"Instead of following the rules without regard for whether they’re making our writing effective or not, we often need to question the rules. To write with style, we need at times to break the rules."

Donna Gorrell (via writingquotes)

Found this waiting for me at my parents’ house. #graduate #parsons #thenewschool #tns #aas #newyork #newyorkcity #nyc

Found this waiting for me at my parents’ house. #graduate #parsons #thenewschool #tns #aas #newyork #newyorkcity #nyc

tonystarklordofwinterfell:

So, I was at lunch with a friend and his sister after seeing ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’, catching up on stuff and talk turned to the new series of Doctor Who - our expectations, Peter Capaldi, Jenna possibly leaving, the Matt Smith era - and his sister suddenly raises an interesting point.

"Isn’t the Matt Smith era kind of similar to Twilight?"

This caused both my friend and I to pause, and look at each other with a similar expression of puzzlement.

"Yeah - I mean the storyline is very similar," she continued "The main female character has to choose between two men from different races, makes her choice and has baby. Baby grows up abnormally fast, and ends up marrying the other man."

Despite how this theory glosses over some of the plot, it still kind of stunned me as I realisation slowly dawned on me.

I had watched a sci-fi variant of Twilight.

(via shorm)

"Essentially what you’re doing with character arcs is throwing rocks (story events) at a wall (the character) over a given period of time (the story). The rocks chip the paint. They crack the moulding. They dent the drywall. Eventually, if the rock is big enough or you throw enough little rocks at one spot on the wall, you’ll make a hole. At that point, the wall is changed forever. Even patching the hole won’t be perfect, and a patch can’t ever undo the fact that there was once a hole."

C from www.writeworld.tumblr.com (via theroadpavedwithwords)

Friendly reminder that anyone born between 1985-1998 didn’t get their hogwarts letter because Voldemort’s ministry wiped out the record of muggleborns

marauder5sos:

Thanks a lot voldey

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sararye:

every 1st september we joke about getting ready for hogwarts to cover up the very real and very very deep scars of never getting our letters

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