• 2011: Ducks, we never even thought of ducks, and we should have, because we should have planned everything.
  • 2012: And I remember why we never planned for ducks. You just didn't like them that much.
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  • Even if we can't change who we're supposed to be, we can still learn and grow within our set reality. And ultimately, that's what hurts the most.
"I am stuck in a circle, a destructive cycle. I want so much for it all to be random. Word salad without a cause. And yet, always, I can trace it back to you."

Life is all so circumstantial. No matter how far I go, in distance, in thought, in experience, I will always circle back to where I started. Turns out, we can’t change who we’re supposed to be.


So I’ve been re-reading The Fault in Our Stars and I was sitting here cursing John Green, for basically being too good of an author. But then I remembered that there’s going to be a movie, and I finally watched the trailer for it.

And now, all that will ever fill my head, when I’m either reading the book or if I decide to see the movie, is that the actors for Gus and Hazel have played siblings in the recent movie Divergent.

I don’t quite know how to get over this fact. On the plus side, I’m currently too amused by this to let the book make me sad.

Seriously though. Does this not bug anyone else?



requested by thinkingofducks, showing that neither Duane nor Carl could shoot their parent

One of the things I noticed, rewatching the series recently, was the contrast between Morgan describing Duane being unable to put down his mother, and Carl being unable to do the same to Rick, when he thought he had turned. Duane, ever the innocent, and Carl, who for a while we all thought had crossed too far into the dark side to come back. Turns out, at this one deep down level, they’re the same. I love it.. 


He’s just, so matter of fact about it. It’s beautiful. Like “Fuck the fact that I’ve been exposed to the universe and all these new and wonderful planets and races and technology. I want me some goddamn chocolate!”

"There comes a time when you have to stop crossing oceans for people who wouldn’t even jump puddles for you."

If you need me, I’ll be on the other side of this ocean, happy without you. You’re welcome to swim, but I know you won’t. I’m okay with that.


Castiel has a greater influence on Sam and Dean than I think even they know. Or maybe, he’s just an intermediary to voice the inner thoughts they don’t dare speak aloud. Either way, this scene broke my heart. 


And quite a few hundred more besides, at least in Dean’s case. 


Even though Alex is a bit of a douche, I love him for moments like this. When he’s the most normal and well-adjusted of the group. Not all dark and twisty and scary and damaged. Just wanting someone to do his laundry. Grey’s Anatomy ♥


This scene. Too amazing for words. The seriousness on Sam’s face, the look on the doctor’s face. It’s just, beautiful. I love it.