so casually cruel

currently: fien.

i'm hopeless and awkward and desperate for love. multi-fandom blog. you've been warned.

the fred to my george (follow her).

arizona robbins memespeeches [1/?]
↳ "I wanted you to understand that I run my Peds unit a little differently than you may be used to." - (6x08)

Kristen Bell on the Success of ‘Frozen’

"I know this is selfish, Oliver, and don’t hate me for saying this but…Don’t go.”

I was that ambitious when I was very young as well. Gwen is clear on what she wants to do with her life – in terms of her job and her sense of purpose. I think and hope that I am in the same ballpark there. Science-wise, though, she is much better than me.





Maybe Taylor Swift should donate some of the millions she makes from singing about her exes to a battered women’s shelter for women who actually have exes to complain about

Maybe Taylor Swift should donate some of the millions she makes to charities for children with cancer oh wait SHE DOES THAT ALREADY SHE’S THE MOST CHARITABLE CELEBRITY OF 2012 FOR FUCK’S SAKE

well, well, well


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Wow this is really disgusting to use women in abusive relationships as a tool for putting another woman “in her place”. Like, OP seems to think that abuse only exists in a physical form? Mistreatment or disrespect is acceptable as long as he doesn’t hit you? I wonder, when men complain about their ex-girlfriends, has your response ever been “well, at least she didn’t hit you”? I’m guessing not because men have rational reasons to complain about their exes whereas women don’t, eh? Interesting how this post poses Taylor Swift as an emotional, irrational woman while talking about abuse in the same breath because there is a huge double standard that contributes to abuse being socialised and accepted (see: he’s a romeo, she’s a stalker). Did it ever occur to you that Taylor’s music could be helping some of those women? (Her song “Tell Me Why” resonates with me in particular) And you know what, if you care so much about abuse, why don’t you call out Eminem on writing songs about wanting to kill his ex-wife? Or the countless male artists who have written far more malicious (and sometimes violent) songs about their exes (x)? Maybe because this is an attempt at point scoring that is poorly thought out and only uses abused women as props - it’s not actually concerned with their well-being at all.

Danielle Panabaker as Caitlin Snow in “The Man Under the Hood”

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Song: Blue Moon and Fireworks
Artist: Bethany Joy Lenz

Blue moon and fireworks
Shine on the water
The colours that danced in your eyes
This is the way I’ll always remember you
Kissing me under that shimmering sky