(via booklover4life)Source: gifharrypotter
I’M SO MAD
MY MOM JUST SAT ME DOWN LIKE “I found a picture of you on the internet of you in class” AND SHE’S ALL SERIOUS AND SO I’M LIKE WELL SHOW ME THE FUCKING PICTURE OH MY GOD THIS IS AN INVASION OF MY PRIVACY I CAN’T BELIEVE THIS
AND SHE PULLS UP THIS
(via perks-of-being-chinese)Source: zeloserwilder
The planets, aligned.the sickest thing ive ever seen
The moon isn’t a planet you dumbfuck
the moon isn’t on there, fyi
that’s mercury, venus, earth, mars, jupiter, saturn, uranus, neptune, and pluto
Pluto isn’t a planet you dumbfuck
Viva la Pluto, motherfucker.
i gave a like for the art, a reblog for the comments
(via booklover4life)Source: jonyorkblog
We love these Banned Books Week literary mug shots created by Kate Boryeskne, especially the one she made of Alaska Young from Looking for Alaska. We got these from her website. It’s so great when literature inspires other great art—yet another reason why the freedom to read is so important!
(via bookhangovers)Source: penguinteen
The funny thing is, my brother also got in trouble for speaking “french” too. And in High School, I found out that my friend’s father said the “speaking French” was bad, and so when my friend met a woman who was French he screamed and cried and told her she was a bad person.
I was not the only child to take the phrase literally, we might want to ease up it now days ;)
GREEK MYTHOLOGY MEME | [1/7] MORTAL MYTHOLOGICAL FIGURES: CASSANDRA
Cassandra was the mortal daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. As a child she and her twin brother Helenus were given the gift of prophecy when two snakes came upon the babes one night and licked their ears clean. When morning came the snakes slithered into sacred laurels, a symbol of the god Apollo. As a young woman she rejected the affections of the god and he in turn cursed her: while she still had the gift of prophecy no one would believe her and she would be spurned and thought of as mad. She foresaw the fall of Troy but no one heeded her advice. She sought refuge in the Temple of Athena as her home was sacked, but Ajax the Lesser found her and raped her, all the while Cassandra pleaded with the goddess to help her. Given to Agamemnon as a spoil of war, she was later beheaded by his wife Clytemnestra, angry with her husband’s betrayal.
(via mythaelogy)Source: facina-oris