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stop hating on girls who wanna kiss people in museums or aquariums or art galleries stop hating on girls who want things that might be cliche stop hating on girls who want boys to treat them like they’re magic i will protect all girls with my life and just because they care about things that you don’t doesn’t give you the right to belittle them ok i will fight u

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I was texting my dad throughout the giant’s game last week and I was like “you know even if they lose I’m still happy because I look cute in my hat and I’m having so much fun at the park”

and he wrote back

"Your joy for life is great. I will be miserable if they lose :("

he also I think had a glass of wine too much which is unusual and instead of saying ‘from your mouth to god’s ears’ he just wrote

"from your ears."

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kayla-bird:

(Left to right: Jessamy, Iola, Tansy, Ruth. Picture by fairymascot.)
Weetzie Bat meets The Worst Witch in a heartwarming novel of first love and best friendship!
Headstrong, impetuous Tansy Trilby can barely sit still, let alone read- but what she lacks in academic achievement, she makes up for in magical talent, and so she is accepted to be a boarder at Bluebell Hall, where her first term sees adventures of all kinds.
Ruth, the solidly practical one of the group, faces financial ruin. Jessamy, sweet, demure, and a gifted charmworker, has been forced into servitude by her adopted family. Iola, fearlessly rebellious, is forced to confront a frightening figure from her difficult past.
And then there is Cressida.
Polished, cultured, and a bit prissy, she’s everything that Tansy’s not, only just as talented. Her curls gleam in the sun, and she raises her hand before speaking- and Tansy can’t possibly decide if she despises or admires her.
But when an unexpected act of kindness brings the two together, she discovers that under the veneer of Cressida’s posh upbringing lurks a genuinely good heart- and a dark and dangerous secret.
On the night of the Bloody Moon, a girl will be sacrificed to an ancient evil. Is love truly the greatest magic of all?
Why you might like this book:
-the main protagonists are a biracial girl with a learning disability, a physically active fat girl, a butch trans girl, and a black girl
-there’s a queer love subplot that no one thinks is the slightest bit unusual
-it ends happily.
Here’s a link to where you can buy it- and if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download the free Kindle app for your computer or phone.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J55MVD0
Trigger warnings for Bluebell Hall: blood, child abuse, food, mentions of death.

kayla-bird:

(Left to right: Jessamy, Iola, Tansy, Ruth. Picture by fairymascot.)

Weetzie Bat meets The Worst Witch in a heartwarming novel of first love and best friendship!

Headstrong, impetuous Tansy Trilby can barely sit still, let alone read- but what she lacks in academic achievement, she makes up for in magical talent, and so she is accepted to be a boarder at Bluebell Hall, where her first term sees adventures of all kinds.

Ruth, the solidly practical one of the group, faces financial ruin. Jessamy, sweet, demure, and a gifted charmworker, has been forced into servitude by her adopted family. Iola, fearlessly rebellious, is forced to confront a frightening figure from her difficult past.

And then there is Cressida.

Polished, cultured, and a bit prissy, she’s everything that Tansy’s not, only just as talented. Her curls gleam in the sun, and she raises her hand before speaking- and Tansy can’t possibly decide if she despises or admires her.

But when an unexpected act of kindness brings the two together, she discovers that under the veneer of Cressida’s posh upbringing lurks a genuinely good heart- and a dark and dangerous secret.

On the night of the Bloody Moon, a girl will be sacrificed to an ancient evil. Is love truly the greatest magic of all?

Why you might like this book:

-the main protagonists are a biracial girl with a learning disability, a physically active fat girl, a butch trans girl, and a black girl

-there’s a queer love subplot that no one thinks is the slightest bit unusual

-it ends happily.

Here’s a link to where you can buy it- and if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download the free Kindle app for your computer or phone.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00J55MVD0

Trigger warnings for Bluebell Hall: blood, child abuse, food, mentions of death.

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I sent my mom an email about the jersey boys movie and she wrote back “AWESOME RIGHT????”

oh mom