Tag, you’re it! Here are the rules: Each tagged person must post ten things about themselves. You have to choose and tag ten people. Go to their blogs and tell them you tagged them! :)1) I would rather read decent Romione fanfiction than watch terrible drek on TV2) I am obsessed with good TV3) Harry Lloyd is my internet boyfriend 4) My husband and kids do NOT know who Harry Lloyd is (and I like it that way)5) I would love to throw stupid people “under the bus” but it’s really not my style; just
1. I’m a teacher 2. I’d rather spend all day reading than talking to anyone. 3. I can’t imagine spending a Sunday doing something other than watching NFL 4. I’m moving to Ireland in 165 days. 5. My students would be horrified if they found my Tumblr 6. If I was on death row, my last meal would be a bowl of lucky charms and a peanut butter and raspberry jam sandwich, with chocolate milk to drink. 7. I’d much rather spend money on books than anything else. 8. I am a (mostly) terrible housekeeper. 9. I would rather buy new socks than wash and fold the ones I have. 10. I’d quit my job in a heartbeat if I could make a living being a baker (or a chef, I suppose)
“a lot of people are comparing The Hunger Games to Twilight but that is thematically inaccurate because the Hunger Games takes place in a futuristic dystopia whereas Twilight books are, whats the literary term again?…crap!”—Craig Ferguson (via iknowyoubutyoudontknowme)
“We just went on a trip through Europe. We went to London, Paris, Berlin, and Toronto.”—Josh Hutcherson, promoting The Hunger Games on GMA. I know Robin Roberts’ internal monologue was saying something to the tune of “bish please”.
One of my favourite things to look at is bookshelves. There’s something supremely satisfying about seeing an amazing book collection, organized in some way (except for colour-coded; that makes no sense to me). Some of the home libraries I’ve seen are incredible, and I’m jealous of the better ones. But, when I look at pictures of bookshelves, I judge the content of the shelves themselves.
It’s really an awful habit of mine, because there are books on my shelves that I KNOW I would judge if I was looking objectively at my own collection (Devil Wears Prada, anyone?).
I know I shouldn’t, but I’m totally a book snob and I do it anyway.
“I wish I was better at my people skills. I’m reserved, so I never really put myself out there as far as introducing myself or initiating conversations. So some people get the wrong first impression about me, that I may be cocky or I’m full of myself. When it all reality, I’m just happy to be here, and I just do my own thing.”—Clay Matthews (via mucho-amor)