Super late posting this but I do it every year something exciting in our fandom comes out… We’ve all been upset and confused lately, thank God for Rob and his sexiness!
Waking up this morning and getting ready for school:
Seeing my phone blow up with Twitter mentions:
Seeing the leaked pictures of Dior Rob on my time line:
Seeing everyone fangirling and feeling like I’m actually gonna die from Robert’s sexiness:
Then the official announcement comes out from Dior and the first ever official picture for the campaign:
I mean LOOK at this shit:
COME ON PEOPLE:
Realising how lucky Kristen is to have that piece of ass:
Realising I still had to go to school for exams:
So I’ve just finished reading TFiOS for the 35272958th time and I’ve got one thing to say after this specific time:
The Fault in Our Stars is a story that I truly believe will stick with me forever. One part in particular stood out and spoke to me the most. Hazel Grace was describing her feelings on a book she enjoyed- keep in mind that the word ‘enjoyed’ is an understatement- and she described how that one book is something she would remember in her old age as an imprint to literature for years to come. The book she ‘enjoyed’ so much was called An Imperial Affliction.
Instead of explaining what she wrote, I’d rather type it out for you, word for word:
“Sometimes you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book. And then there are books like An Imperial Affliction, which you can’t tell people about, books so special and rare and yours that advertising your affection feels like a betrayal.”
Those few lines affected me so much I had to stop reading for a second to think in complete and utter astonishment. John Green- or Hazel- got those last few words exactly right, that to this day, I still can’t get over how accurate those words were. Personally, I’ve never read An Imperial Affliction (mostly because it doesn’t exist) but I have my own An Imperial Affliction that I can call mine; a story that is too special to share with others. And I think The Fault in Our Stars is another book I can add to that category.
I CANT RIGHT NOW OKAY?
ONE OF THE BEST MOMENTS EVER AND NOW I CAN’T WAIT TO MEET HER ON SATURDAY, ASDFFHJKL!<3
I hate when people become haters over night. All that dedication and fangirling was all a lie… Girl, you better pack up and leave because there is no place for you in this fandom…
THIS is it.
The last Comic Con for Twilight.
No more panels.
No more fans screaming once their favourite character arrives on stage.
No more sneaking glimpses, hoping that Robsten will word vomit about their relationship or use sudden gestures with their hands.
No more jokes about asking Taylor to take his shirt off at SDCC.
No more fan questions.
No more interviews.
Just no more.
And I am not ready.