Reblogged from: jabberjay- | Originally posted by: swaggy-surfer
“I still get a little nervous when I talk to girls; which is awful and embarrassing, because I feel like I shouldn’t.”
Reblogged from: dailyjhutch | Originally posted by: primrosal
Tags: Josh Hutcherson
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Reblogged from: catchingupdates | Originally posted by: catchingupdates
#LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I PRESENT TO YOU PEETA SASSY MELLARK #AND KATNISS STARTING TO LOVE PEETA BECAUSE OF IT
Reblogged from: brookeeverdeen | Originally posted by: brookeeverdeen
Reblogged from: catchingupdates | Originally posted by: maysileed
I wonder if people fully grasp the ironic beauty of Suzanne Collins choosing to end The Hunger Games series with Katniss saying the word “Real” to Peeta. It’s ironic. And it’s beautiful. Because for the span of three books, the main protagonist’s survival lingered on a fake relationship. A relationship that was an act. A relationship that wasn’t REAL. And Katniss continually tried to convince herself of this. She continually reminded herself and others around her that it was never real. And then, on the very last page of the very last book… we get that word. That one, beautiful, word. We get “Real.” And even though it seems like Katniss is saying this to Peeta in an effort to help him get through one of his episodes, she is really saying it to herself more than anyone. She is finally accepting that she loves this person and that she has loved him all along. That her love for him is, and has always been, REAL. It is an affirmation of Katniss’s love for Peeta. It’s so ironic and beautiful. That we never get to read about Katniss’s marriage to Peeta. We never get to read about them having children. We never even get an “I love you.” But we get something so much more powerful. We get “Real.” We don’t just get a declaration of love, but we get an ANSWER. An answer to whether or not ANY of it meant anything. And by Suzanne Collins choosing to end the series with this affirmation, she completely shuts down any doubt left in the reader’s mind. Not JUST doubt about whether Katniss really loves Peeta now, but she shuts down any doubt about every instance and moment of affection that Katniss had towards Peeta throughout the entire series. She sums it up so perfectly in that one word. Real. Ironic beauty at it’s finest.
Reblogged from: frostingpeetaswounds | Originally posted by: signalfire90
i laughed so hard at the “i don’t know” and “something is wrong”
the twilight one is like abstract poetry
If you read it all together it’s like the most awkward, tense conversation ever.
"My name is Katniss Everdeen," I sighed. Nothing happened.
"I don’t know," he sighed.
Harry looked around, I shake my head and shrugged.
Harry stared. “I am seventeen years old.”
I frowned and he waited.
"My home is District 12."
Harry chuckled and said nothing. Now I wish I had.
I laughed. We looked at each other. I swallowed hard. He shrugged. Harry blinked and hesitates. I flinched.
He looked around. “I’m not really surprised.”
I took a deep breath, something he didn’t have last time. “Something is wrong.”
He didn’t answer. He stood up.
^^^^^^^^^ holY SHIT
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Reblogged from: k-r-i-s-t-i-n-e | Originally posted by: frostingpeetaswounds
"Josh and I have always been destined for a very, very different love. And we’ve always been on the same page about it. It’s always been very uncomplicated."
Reblogged from: catchingupdates | Originally posted by: fairestregal
Jen throwing Mentos at Josh
Reblogged from: insanedreams | Originally posted by: leaveatrail
Reblogged from: muggleland | Originally posted by: hawtornes