Alright this is upsetting.
WHY WOULD YOU FUCKING DO THIS TO ME
WHAT THE HELL IS THIS? NO. THIS IS NOT HAPPENING. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO.
MARK SALLING, STOP IT RIGHT NOW.
THIS IS TWO AND A HALF YEARS OLD
SO JESUS GOD WHY NOW
Noooo why would you post this now? I’m actually tearing up right now ;_______;
SO FREAKING GORGEOUS!! And Glee is once again reminding me of my own life! ;(
Gorgeous Boys, my two true loves are fictional, gay and dating each other. Of course.
I’ll ship Brittana until the end <3
9 favourite pics: Chris Colfer in white asked by anonymous
Let me die.
I got this from my friend’s blog, and I thought it was kinda funny ‘cause I love to read and it’s been a really long time since I wrote anything personal on here :)
1. Do you snack while you read? If so, favorite reading snacks?
No, or not particularily often. However, if I do it’s probably fruit, or something easy to eat (not too messy).
2. What is your favorite drink while reading?
Coffee. I’m not big on tea, so coffee is kind of my “relax-drink”, and I love to drink it in a huge cup, and can do so when reading too, though I generally prefer focusing on the book when I read.
3. Do you tend to mark your books as you read, or does the idea of writing in books horrify you?
It depends on two things really.. How much I care for the book (like if it’s mine, or the library’s or so, owner is important!), and why I’m marking it. To remember where I am for the next time? Very rarely, and never in my own books. Favourite quotes? Happens more often.. Again, not really in my own books. For quotes and school books, I do it frequently (not necessarily favourite quotes though). German books? I need to mark them, underline stuff and write. I am not fluent yet, and there’s no way of me understanding everything otherwise.
4. How do you keep your place while reading a book? Bookmark? Dog-ear? Laying the book flat open?
Usually nothing. My memory’s kind of good, and I usually finnish the chapter I’m on, so no real need. I do, however, prefer bookmarks to dog-ears when necessary (this has not always been the case). I’m much less careful with, say ,school books. For example; I’ve got a pencil stuffed between the pages of Die Geschmack von Apfelkernen.
5. Fiction, Non-Fiction, or Both?
Prefer Fiction. Non-Fiction can be interesting, but books are usually places where you can loose yourself in your imagination, so why read about the real world.
6. Are you a person who tends to read to the end of a chapter, or can you stop anywhere?
End of a chapter.
7. Are you a person to throw a book across the room or on the floor if the author irritates you?
Depends on the book, but usually no. Most my German books for school have been thrown rather a lot though.
8. If you come across an unfamiliar word, do you stop and look it up right away?
I try to get the meaning from the context, but if I don’t I but bookmark there or something (underline it if it is a book in German) and look it up if I come across a dictionary sometime..
9. What are you currently reading?
Erm.. In English (a.k.a for fun, which means I don’t have the time to do it): Keeping Faith by Jodi Picoult. In German (essentially being forced): Die Geschmack von Apfelkernen (The Taste of Apple Pips) by Katharina Hagena. And in Swedish (‘cause I need to improve my Swedish reading skills - being a native speaker, it is kind of embarrasing): Tystnadens Historia och andra essäer (The History of Silence, and other “stories/essays”) by Peter Englund.
10. What is the last book you bought?
That I bought?! It was sort of recently my birthday and Christmas and stuff so I haven’t bought anything for myself in that department for some time… No! Wait, I did! I didn’t get all the books I wanted for Christmas, but then I got some money so I bought My Sister’s Keeper (one of my favourite books) and one other Jodi Picoult book, but I don’t know which one, ‘cause I have five (got three for Christmas).
11. Are you a person that reads one book at a time, or can you read more than one?
I usually read one book at a time. At least per language. If it is school related it can happen that I read one outside of school and one for school, but I like to be finnished with one before starting on the next.
12. Do you have a favorite time/place to read?
With my stressed schedule I can’t really be picky, so I read whenever and wherever really.. But I guess my favourite place/time would be curled up on the couch with a big cup of coffee and home alone, so there’s no annoying family to bother me..
13. Do you prefer series books or stand-alones?
I think I prefer stand-alones, just because you don’t need to by the next and the next and the next.. However, some of my favourite books are series (I have a lot of favourite books), for example Harry Potter (imagine that only being one book!), or parts of a series (e.g. last The Princess Diaries book). In series you can see more development in the characters and such. Stand-alones have to be longer to be really great (like around 500 pages, preferably)
14. Is there a specific book or author you find yourself recommending over and over?
Authors: Jodi Picoult and Harlan Coben. Most of my other favourites either have a very specific (not always popular) style, or are already very well-known (like J.K. Rowling).
Books: Well.. If someone asks what my favourite book is, I’ll recommend 90% of my book shelf and then some..
15. How do you organize your books? By genre, title, author’s last name, etc.?
Kind of by type and series/author. Paperbacks get one shelf, Hardbacks another (or two each actually). School books gets their own too. And then those by the same author, or in the same series or whatever stand together, but I don’t have an alphabetical order. Series are organized by “number”. My Nancy Drew books have their own shelf (there are like 150 of them so..) And I have a Harry Potter shelf, with all the books in Swedish, in English and the books connected to them by J.K. Rowling :)