We had to throw rocks. I told her to run, to go be free, that I didn’t want her anymore. There were other wolves for her to play with, we heard them howling, and Jory said the woods were full of game, so she’d have deer to hunt. Only she kept following and finally we had to throw rocks. I hit her twice. She whined and looked at me and I felt so ‘shamed, but it was right, wasn’t it? The queen would have killed her.
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Dylan O’Brien in The Maze Runner
Omg I literally screamed with laughter and the boyfriend was like “what?? Nothing is ever THAT funny” and I showed him and he lost it too
Totally married her. I’ve never made it here alive without River Song.
Favourite TWD Character Meme: five whatever you want
Carol Peletier learning to voice her opinion and making decisions
"There is conflict in Carol [over Randall] just like there always is about having opinions one way or another. Carol is in this position of making the wrong decision that she doesn’t want to be blamed for. It’s easier just not to make a decision. That’s [Dale’s accusation that refusing to act is the same as a death sentence] a heavy blow to her because I think for a long time, for Carol, she was told her opinion doesn’t matter." - Melissa McBride (Mar/2012)
"You can’t live in that world unless you are strong. And she knows that. A lot of changes in Carol this season she’s been forced into in order to survive. For so long, she’s had somebody tell her that she can’t do things. And at some point, she would believe those voices. It does affect your self-esteem. So I think it’s great that these real-world challenges in the show are really pushing her to do what she’s capable of, and forcing her to make choices." - Melissa McBride (Nov/2013)
Tell her this is the story of Amelia Pond. And this is how it ends.
Woman? Is that meant to insult me?
Divergent + blue & green
daniel radcliffe + being a
cutelil shit on set