Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Veronica Mars(series included)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer(series includes)
Empire motherfucking Records!!!!!
As a GG fanatic, I have so much I need answered. What happened on the campaign trail? Does Rory work in the White House? Did Jess ever become a famous novelist? What the fuck happened to Dean? Did Logan pine for Rory, and vise versa? What the actual FUCK happened with Luke and Lorelai? How does Emily grieve Richard? What the fuck happens in Stars Hollow? Miss Patty! Taylor! Babette! Morrey! Mrs. Kim! Holy shit, Lane and Zack! Hep Alien and Gil!?! I think I’m having a stroke
I absolutely loved every moment in the episode “The World Series Defense”, especially Mac’s letter to Chase Utley!
The Outsiders and Perks of Being a Wallflower. They showed me that my anxiety of not fitting in was illogical
Response to 31 “Friends” Jokes That Never Get Old:
Left off “Could I be wearing anymore clothes”…
Response to 53 Books That Will Definitely Make You Cry:
Iron Lace and Rising Tides by Emilie Richards
“I’m a real life boy”
Response to What’s Your All-Time Favorite Beach Read?:
The Beach Road series by Wendy Wax. Anything by Kate White.
Heavyweights!!! Hands down.
Response to What Does Your Tattoo Mean To You?:
All 16 of mine mean something. Wether it was a drunken “Wise…” Tattooed on my ass(reminds me of the awesome day) or my Neitchze quote
- sunshinelo "36 Times Jess Mariano Completely Melt..."
The Best Man Holiday was the most recent sobfest for me. Like, a legit ugly cry. I loved The Best Man, and I had been anticipating the sequel ever since it was announced. Going in I thought to myself: I can’t wait for the laughs and the few emotional parts like the first one. Boy, was I wrong. I knew what was happening as soon as the affected character popped up on the screen, I cried from that point on. A vicious, loud, rib rattling, headache inducing, worry-my-boyfriend kind of cry. My nose hurt, from blowing it. My eyes hurt, from the steady stream of tears. And my chest ached, from a) the heartbreak the movie was causing( I could literally feel my heart ripping in two) and b) from the wailing that was being produced from my soul. I have been emotionally terrorized quite often by movies, but none more so recently as TBMH. Having said that, a thought just reminded me of the Veronica Mars movie. There were several scenes where audible sobs of grief escaped me! One scene in particular, where i thought I would die from the anguish.
- sunshinelo "Why Is The World's Gayest Sport Stuck..."