emptyicee:

OUAT MEME :  [2/10] characters  → Killian Jones 

Revenge may sate your being but don’t misunderstand me It’s an end not a beginning “

captainswaan:

"My boyfriend? Hook?" 

So did I miss anything. I was out watching Star Trek and what the heck did they kill jmo off screen or just not show her and kirk when he was growing up bc WASTED POTENTIAL.

sirensedai:

Why is this take your phone out snap a quick pic thing so difficult??? In my defense he was walking really fast

earthquakesmakingwaves replied to your post: Annie’s Accutane Story.

Hey! I underwent the same treatment 5 years ago and it was the ONLY thing that finally worked!!! You’re right, the extreme dry skin is very annoying and the scars remain BUT it’s totally worth it if you ask me (PS: you look great ;D)

Yea! It’s totally worth it for just six months, compared to a lifetime of bad skin! Thank you soooooooo much! (:

Annie’s Accutane Story.

I’ve had acne since I was in 6th grade. I remember on the last day of school, aka the “sixth grade farewell”, I had to wear a spaghetti strapped dress. I remember the night before crying because I had red spots that people would see on my back. 

Obviously my face didn’t look that bad because I was a dramatic tween, but I really did feel alone compared to my friends and their 100% perfect skin.

In seventh grade, I was finally at middle school. I noticed I wasn’t the only one with this problem, but I was still pretty insecure. I had a crush on this guy named Emerson; I had liked him all of sixth grade, and I found out in the fall of seventh grade that he also liked me. We never talked; we didn’t have any classes together; my acne got worse through the year. One day, his friend told me he didn’t like me anymore because he thought I was “ugly”. Now, I’m pretty sure that I could accept this today, knowing this guy is just an asshole, but seventh grade me cried. And I cried hard. I hadn’t changed at all since sixth grade, except the acne. I began to think of myself as ugly because of these stupid dots.

In December, I started going into my mom’s bathroom every morning and stealing her foundation. The funny thing is though, it was actually bronzer. I put cheap bronzer that was way to dark on my face for about two months. Obviously this made my skin and the embarrassment worse. Luckily, my mom took me to get some awesome Bear Essentials makeup after that. 

She took me to the Dermatologist in eighth grade. I was on Doxycycline for about two years. It mildly worked. Obviously, I still had many many zits but I could semi tell a difference from before. My skin, especially my back, was getting worse though.

Here’s an example of the summer before Freshman year. I’m the blonde. Obviously the camera and makeup distort and it was probably 3x worse than what it looks. You can also semi see my back, which I was very very insecure about on this trip next to my cousin with the perfect body.

Annd another example of fall of sophomore year. They actually aren’t my glasses but I took this selfie in class and I looked at it later andddd yowza my skin looked terrible. (again, it looked worse in person though).

And another ex.: Sophomore homecoming. Even with the pounds of makeup it looks gross.

Things fell through with my first doctor, so I went to a different one in January this year (when I was a Sophomore). The very first appointment, my mom complained about how nothing was working, and my doctor (now a woman and much more relatable)  immediately recommended Accutane. I was excited. I’d read it everywhere online, and it said it worked miracles. 

I’d tried four different kinds of pills, countless tubes of benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid. I’d been online and tried every kind of home remedy. I was so ready for Accutane. ex: Selfie w the cousins

I started around the first of January (60 mg). I didn’t see that much improvement until around the third month. My skin started to get better. In the fifth month, I had a couple breakouts, and one in the sixth. My skin looks so great. 

Yes, my skin was dry. Yes, I could have potentially destroyed my liver. And yes, I hated all the side effects. I didn’t even try to wear makeup because hahahahaha there were flakes all over my face.

But, in the end, I will always recommend it. It is a miracle worker. It made me so much more confident. I am just overall happier and EVERYONE STUGGLIN W THEIR SKIN TAKE IT

heres a pic of me afterwards. I still have scars, but I consider them battle scars. I was going to a 1920s theme bday party, and I look really good in this pic bye

Adelaide Kane and Toby Regbo attend San Diego Comic-Con 2014 on July 24, 2014

  • friend: hey do you want to hang out this saturday
  • me: NO SORRY I CAN'T
  • me: I'M SUPER BUSY
  • me: ...
  • me: its comic con ok i can't miss updates

…until you just miss it.

Update: episode two and I’m already crying over a dog. LADDDYYYYYYYYY.

nivalingreenhow:

when McGonagall finds out that Ginny is pregnant, and that the Weasley and Potter bloodlines will converge, she marks on her calender the day the child will turn 11 and that is the day she retires 

I started watching Game of Thrones. There’s a lot of incest and I’m kind of scared. But JON SNOWWWWW.

I also was considering liveblogging it but I’m watching it on my phone and ehh I will probably just scream random characters names (if I ever get to the point where I remember them).