when i was a child i used to think teens were grown ups and when i was a teen i thought college students were grown ups and now that im a college student im just like what the hell is a grown up anymore

Now that I’m older than college age I’ve concluded that grown ups are a myth.


Yeah, basically.


what I want to do for halloween:


what I’ll end up doing on halloween:



Sterek AU — The Maze Runner
↳ in which Stiles is the Glade’s new Greenbean and Derek the keeper of the Runners

"Ready, Greenie?"

Stiles tilts his head to the side, giving the runner next to him a tired glare. Derek just arches one of his eyebrows, something Stiles still finds himself impressed by even after more than a week in the Glade.

"I have a name, you know," he reminds him, adjusting the leather holster hugging his chest. It feels foreign, but he figures he’ll get used to it in time, just like the weight of the long blade stuck to his back. At least he feels… equipped; like he’d actually stand a chance if they ran into a Griever even in broad daylight.

"Yeah, Stiles,” Derek agrees, emphasizing the name that is the only thing Stiles remembers from his past life. Before he woke up in the box surrounded by a pack of boys. “Which only speaks for my theory that our names are not our real ones. They’re just another piece of this big sick joke cooked up by the creators.”

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i’ve had a sore throat the past few days and now i have a runny nose…

maybe it’s time to take advantage of some of my sick days

He felt, turning off the road onto the shelled driveway that ran up to his house, as if he’d just gotten a letter, out of the blue, from somebody wise enough to know the truth, from everybody, or at least everybody who mattered.
“Hello,” the letter said. “Hello, Jeff Greene, I’ve been watching you and I like you and I want to know you better. This is just to say I’m glad you’re alive in the world.” The list of signatures, he thought, would include his own.
— A Solitary Blue by Cynthia Voigt (via fuckyeahgaby)
It’s easy to fall in love - the way you fall into water when it’s hot - but living in love is different.
— The Professor, A Solitary Blue page 284, 1983 by Cynthia Voigt. (via pukevvave)

so i just re-read a favorite book from my childhood called a solitary blue  (it’s a pretty easy read — only took a couple hours or so) and now i’m having a lot of feelings about jeff greene and the professor and brother thomas and the tillerman’s and

ugh that books is so great i’m so glad it was passed down to me when i was younger

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#junior… lippy… juliet… hot shot… #so many pet names for your puppy


Alfie Enoch as Wes Gibbins in “How To Get Away With Murder” (x)