This is such harsh advice until you realize it’s the truth
True as hell
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"It is a mark of maturity when someone hurts you,
And you try to understand them."
this is so true
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Cory Monteith through the Years - 2012
"“Glee” has always been stylized, with exaggerated characters and the kind of surreal sheen that surrounds a show where people dance down high school corridors singing slick arrangements of popular songs. Within that framework, Monteith made Finn believable. He took the star quarterback, the guy dating the head cheerleader, and gave him insecurities. He made it credible that a guy who sang for fun, belting out sappy top-40 hits like “I Can’t Fight This Feeling” in the shower, would enjoy singing in the glee club, the geekiest and least cool activity at McKinley High. Finn was the everyday guy who seemed to have it all. He should have been able to put his life on cruise control and sit back reaping the rewards. Cory Monteith showed us that it’s not as easy as it looks."
- New York Daily News x (via tiltingaxis)
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Why Children's Cartoons Should Be Taken Seriously
Danny Phantom: A 14-year-old boy with an already sucky life gets half-killed by his parents' stupidity, and has to try to keep up with his own life.
Fairly OddParents: A depressed 10-year-old is given a pair of magic fairies to help relieve him of all different forms of child abuse.
The Last Airbender: A 12-year-old boy is given the responsibility of saving the entire world by mastering a decade's worth of mystic skills in under a year.
The Grim Adventures of Billy And Mandy: Two children of undisclosed ages are confronted by death himself and make a deal with him, and go on a series of adventures in the underworld and are confronted by many deadly mythical creatures.
Adventure Time: The last surviving human of "The Mushroom War" lives in the post-apocalyptic land of Ooo with his adoptive brother, Jake, and battles evil and injustice.
How to Train Your Dragon: A teenage boy gives up the approval and acceptance of his father and culture to save the life of the only friend who loved him as he was, and in return loses his leg yet changes his world.
Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby have real nigga problems.