You Can See the Stars

I'm Ali, I'm 21, I'm an English major and political science minor. I spend my time reading and making videos about what I read. Things you will see a lot of here include: Harry Potter, Doctor Who, 24, The West Wing, Rookie Blue, Gary Oldman, The Vampire Diaries, pretty bookshelves, scenery from places I've never been, things I find laugh-out-loud funny, and the occasional personal memento. Stay classy.



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BREAKING: DISNEYLAND NO LONGER HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH

THIS. THIS IS MY DREAM.

(via kingunderthecarpark)

fponthedl:

Because everyone needs a wet, stripping Wade (aka Wilson Bethel) on their dash in the morning.

(via swarekmcnally)

sherlocks:

uglyontheskinlovelyfromwithin:

sherlocks:

at the beginning of this summer i said i would never wear a crop top without something high waisted but let me tell you I am now free and my tummy is adorable

I think a lot of curvey girls think they can wear a crop top and cant but you really pulled it off

I’m upset that you think because you complimented me, it is okay to put down other people who choose to wear crop tops and are not thin in the same sentence. Anyone can wear crop tops if they feel comfortable wearing them, not just those you deem “thin” enough. Not just those you see as “curvy” in the right ways. Anyone can wear them no matter what their size. If they are comfortable in the crop top then they are pulling the crop top off. There isn’t some sort of fucking weight limit on these shitty half shirts that they charge too much for because they are trendy. This sort of attitude that says “curvy girls think they can dress like skinny girls but they can’t!” is the reason why I was not comfortable wearing crop top at the beginning of this summer. I didn’t think I was thin enough to pull it off without people looking at me like “that fat girl shouldn’t be wearing a crop top.” I was too embarrassed to wear them in fear of that. I was uncomfortable with the idea of people rolling their eyes at the curvy girl with their stomach out and people whispering about how I am too big to “pull it off.” Telling me that I “pull it off” when most other curvy girls can’t is not a compliment. The more that I think about it, the more I feel it is a backhanded insult to me and many others. Please reevaluate the language and words you use and think about how saying something like this might effect others. Stop trying to police what people put on their bodies just because you can’t wrap your head around the idea that someone over a size 6 thinks they look good in a crop top and wants to wear them. Stop trying to police what people wear in general. 

FUCKING PREACH. You look awesome, and not because you’re “thin enough” or “curvy enough” to pull off a crop top. People can wear whatever the fuck they want, regardless of height/weight/gender/etc, and the sooner society realizes that, the better. 

ssleepover:

the music gets me every fucking time omg

(Source: farx, via officialhogwartsbusiness)

nikkipher:

THIS ONE TIME A KID IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD WAS LATE GETTING HOME BECAUSE HE WAS BUYING DRUGS SO HE TOLD HIS MOM HE GOT KIDNAPPED AND SHE MADE HIM REPORT IT TO THE POLICE AND HE DESCRIBED THE KIDNAPPER AS COUNT OLAF AND THEN THIS HAPPENED

nikkipher:

THIS ONE TIME A KID IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD WAS LATE GETTING HOME BECAUSE HE WAS BUYING DRUGS SO HE TOLD HIS MOM HE GOT KIDNAPPED AND SHE MADE HIM REPORT IT TO THE POLICE AND HE DESCRIBED THE KIDNAPPER AS COUNT OLAF AND THEN THIS HAPPENED

(via wide-eyedwalker)

supermegagardevoir:

THUNDERSTORMS ARE PERFECT OPPORTUNITIES TO CUDDLE.
WHAT IF THE POWER GOES OUT.
LETS MAKE A FORT.
DID LIGHTNING JUST SHOOT THROUGH OUR WINDOW?
IDK.
LETS MAKE OUT.

(via halfbloodhobbit)