Coup de Gelos
Fifty Shades revisited

So, I’ve finally finished the Fifty Shades trilogy… and I honestly don’t understand all the hoopla around it. Then again, I still don’t understand all the hoopla around the Twilight series. 

I… just… There are so many frustrating things about Fifty Shades. I could go on a rant about the characters or the plot, but what absolutely killed me was the writing itself. Did the beta— er, editor even glance at it? 

I don’t know. It was fine for what it was: A quick, mindless read to wind down from the work day. Although, if I have to hear about anyone’s inner goddess one more time, I will cut a bitch. 

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proud of you by ~rainbox17
So I saw this… and then about an hour later I realized I was still watching it. 

So I saw this… and then about an hour later I realized I was still watching it. 

Fifty Shades of why the hell is my mom telling me to read this?

This conversation happened yesterday—

Mom: So I’m almost done reading Fifty Shades of Grey. Do you want to borrow it when I’m done?

Me: Is it any good? I mean, at least fun to read?

Mom: Yeah! But it’s got a lot of that DBM… MDS…

Me: BDSM?

Mom: Yeah! That’s it! Wait… why do you know what that is?

Me: Why are you telling me to read a book with that in it?

Mom:

Me:

Watching the final scene of today’s episode of Legend of Korra. 

Watching the final scene of today’s episode of Legend of Korra. 

Phantom of the Opera will always be the Musical, and Michael Crawford will always be the Phantom. I can’t even remember the first time I heard Phantom; I grew up on this music. Honestly, I probably popped out of the womb yelling, “Don Juan Triumphant!”

Phantom of the Opera will always be the Musical, and Michael Crawford will always be the Phantom. I can’t even remember the first time I heard Phantom; I grew up on this music. Honestly, I probably popped out of the womb yelling, “Don Juan Triumphant!”