I'm An Insecure Mess

Hello, I'm Megan.
I'm mostly just a lurker on here now, liking tons of stuff but rarely reblogging or posting anything. However what I do reblog will just be from random movies/shows I enjoy. Also I'm a bit of a pervert so there will be NSFW content on here.

Jul 23

littlewadoo:

Can someone put Simon in a blanket fort please thank you.

(via currygah)



Jul 20

noobtheloser:

"Never speak of this."

(via aokaga-in-my-coffee)


Jul 19

get to know me meme [2/5] favourite movies: Clue (1985)

"That’s what we’re trying to find out. We’re trying to find out who killed him and where and with what?"

(via 1863-project)


orlandobloomfistmeintheass:

tastefullyoffensive:

I love the look on his face when he gets to the smallest one.

[theflyhater]

i fucking watched this

for 15 minutes

waiting for the look on his face when he gets to the smallest one

15 minutes

of staring 

i trusted you

do you understand 

how much i want to kill you right now

(via superserum)


Jul 18

sentimental-sanity:

clonesbians:

weloveshortvideos:

Guy’s Review of Right Guard Deodorant Ends Unexpectedly

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This is GOLD

(via thefuuuucomics)


imaythrowuponya:


"You're incredible Kieren."

This scene, to me, is the most important scene for Kieren and Simon’s relationship, specifically Simon’s part in it. Because up until this point, Simon has been struggling to find the difference between “Kieren is important.” and “Kieren is important to me.” Here is where I finally see Simon accepting that difference.
At first Kieren was important because he was important to Amy, because he was a pds sufferer in Roarton, a pds sufferer not yet converted to the ULA’s mission. That all changes when Simon gets to know him and not only is he beautiful but he’s kind and compassionate and brave. He’s confident in his knowledge of right and wrong even when he’s not all that confident in himself. Kieren was important in the beginning but now he’s important in a different way and Simon struggles with that. You can see it in the way he tries to continue with the religious zeal, even though Kieren has seen right through it from the beginning, but drops it instantly when it looks like Kieren may leave. “There’s what I believe and then there’s you.” Again when he discovers Kieren is the first risen. “He’s beautiful.” Simon is falling for Kieren, he knows Kieren is special but Kieren is also special to his mission. His devotion to his religion is still getting mixed up with his feelings for Kieren.
Then the undead prophet tells him that Kieren has to die. He knew it, he knew Kieren was important. Kieren is important to the ULA. So it should be okay that he has to be sacrificed. But it’s not. And Simon doesn’t understand. Doesn’t understand until he’s in the graveyard and this beautiful boy is so set on never hurting anybody ever again that he’s fighting blue oblivion in a way that shouldn’t be possible. Doesn’t understand until somebody points a gun at Kieren. He’d always known Kieren was important. But first and foremost Kieren is important to him. It’s probably been so long since Simon’s felt any sort of devotion to anybody besides drugs and the undead prophet he didn’t realize it at first. It’s not the cold needy fervor he had for drugs or the blind obligation he had for the religious group that took him in when even his own family didn’t want him. It’s warm and solid and all for this boy in front of him.
Here, in this scene, is where I see Simon beginning to separate his feelings for Kieren from his religious beliefs. “You’re incredible.” You’re essential. You’re important. To. Me.

imaythrowuponya:

"You're incredible Kieren."

This scene, to me, is the most important scene for Kieren and Simon’s relationship, specifically Simon’s part in it. Because up until this point, Simon has been struggling to find the difference between “Kieren is important.” and “Kieren is important to me.” Here is where I finally see Simon accepting that difference.

At first Kieren was important because he was important to Amy, because he was a pds sufferer in Roarton, a pds sufferer not yet converted to the ULA’s mission. That all changes when Simon gets to know him and not only is he beautiful but he’s kind and compassionate and brave. He’s confident in his knowledge of right and wrong even when he’s not all that confident in himself. Kieren was important in the beginning but now he’s important in a different way and Simon struggles with that. You can see it in the way he tries to continue with the religious zeal, even though Kieren has seen right through it from the beginning, but drops it instantly when it looks like Kieren may leave. “There’s what I believe and then there’s you.” Again when he discovers Kieren is the first risen. “He’s beautiful.” Simon is falling for Kieren, he knows Kieren is special but Kieren is also special to his mission. His devotion to his religion is still getting mixed up with his feelings for Kieren.

Then the undead prophet tells him that Kieren has to die. He knew it, he knew Kieren was important. Kieren is important to the ULA. So it should be okay that he has to be sacrificed. But it’s not. And Simon doesn’t understand. Doesn’t understand until he’s in the graveyard and this beautiful boy is so set on never hurting anybody ever again that he’s fighting blue oblivion in a way that shouldn’t be possible. Doesn’t understand until somebody points a gun at Kieren. He’d always known Kieren was important. But first and foremost Kieren is important to him. It’s probably been so long since Simon’s felt any sort of devotion to anybody besides drugs and the undead prophet he didn’t realize it at first. It’s not the cold needy fervor he had for drugs or the blind obligation he had for the religious group that took him in when even his own family didn’t want him. It’s warm and solid and all for this boy in front of him.

Here, in this scene, is where I see Simon beginning to separate his feelings for Kieren from his religious beliefs. “You’re incredible.” You’re essential. You’re important. To. Me.

(via fansferdinand)


moni158:

rhymewithrachel:

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(muffled crying in the distance) 

This is fucking glorious

(via aokaga-in-my-coffee)


haikyuu-blog:

i love this bear&hamster friendship so much


(via grunkleotaku)


Jul 17

viria:

I NEVER KNEW HOW BADLY I NEEDED HAIKYUU!! RULE 63 UNTIL I DREW ONE. and I should be working, working on important stuff

but there was no escape, my hand was drawing uncontrollably 

also a little bonus with managers which I was too tired to finish:

(via haikyuustuff)


Jul 16
Derek Hale + Knowledge

(via stilesisourking)


Jul 15

(via haikyuucrows)




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