I’ll take a three hour, panic filled, keyboard smash extravaganza of an exam over these horrid take home exams any day. At least then you can rip my soul from my body like a bandaid from a wound, instead of dissecting it like a slow and tortured unanesthetized amputation.
jeez i would love to order that thing online, but i don’t know what size to order it in because women’s clothing sizes are determined by the alignments of the planets in relation to the fuck you galaxy
i just love how in the first movie the last shot was of president snow with an angry face and you could tell what was coming for katniss and in catching fire the last shot was of katniss with an angry face and y’all know what’s coming
“Quite honestly the thing that interests me the most about her relationships with Gale and Peeta is that they’re completely organic to the situations. That in the beginning of Catching Fire, she wants to forget her time in the games and go on with her regular life, which means she will be pushing herself away from Peeta because he’s a reminder of the Games, and growing closer to her childhood friend Gale because he reminds her of home. But when she’s thrown back into the Games, she’s pulled away from Gale and pushed back towards Peeta, because she finds comfort in him having shared the trauma of the Games. But I never, for one minute, think that she sits around debating who she likes better.
She doesn’t have time for it.”—Francis Lawrence, the he-fucking-gets-it director for Mockingjay and Catching Fire (via grenouilless)