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Laura & Edgar - In My Veins

From the list of endless music videos I didn’t finish and end up being gifset.

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burlesonspride:

The fact that they have sent out the call for toastbabies has my heart beating frantically. I mean, the thought of Katniss and Peeta having their happy ending. *happy tears* Not to mention the fact that Josh and Jen will be playing parents… Together… Holding children… Smiling at each other…. Sharing kisses as a prideful mother and father.

Never mind, my heart has stopped. Call it; 12:24 pm. Cause of death: A lethal dose of Everlark and Joshifer.

  • 12th April
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"I’m selfish. I’m a coward. I’m the kind of girl who, when she might actually be of use, would run to stay alive and leave those who couldn’t follow to suffer and die."

the-ss-everlark:

I love this quote because it shows how much she really loves Peeta. Near the end of Mockingjay when the lizard mutts that reeked of roses were chasing to kill Squad 451, and had just ripped away Finnick’s life, Peeta was crouched by a wall fighting the demons in his head. The Katniss that we first…

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  • 11th April
    2014
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What about Gale

posthungergamessyndrome:

Things you should know before reading this post:

  1. This is my character analysis of Gale Hawthorne from the Hunger Games Trilogy.
  2. It’s going to be long. Really long. But I’ll try to make it worth your time.
  3. Straight up: I am not a big fan of Gale. However, even though I will be very critical of him, I will try to be fair as much as I can.
  4. I do sincerely think he is not a bad person. He just made some terrible decisions that had huge consequences and he failed to owe up to them. 
  5. The love triangle does not exist. Don’t agree? Read the books again. And carefully this time.
  6. I will do my best to not make too many comparisons between him and Peeta.
  7. My view with the bomb: Gale did not kill Prim, but he is responsible for her death anyways.
  8. I have lost count of the number times I read the books. So I’m pretty confident I know what I’m talking about. For the most part.

And here we go:

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Exactly. Every single character in this trilogy carries a political role. I couldn´t agree more with this analysis of Gale.

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  • 11th April
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when I see post how Gale is better than Peeta, I’m like:

posthungergamessyndrome:

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I have made a few posts on why I’m not very fond of Gale, but I never did a thorough Gale and Peeta comparison because I don’t want to get into the Team Gale and Team Peeta dumbfuckery. But sometimes, I can’t help but wonder if we read the same books.

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I mean, I often shipped pairings that are not canon (in fact, Peeniss is the only canon pairing that I have shipped in a long time ); people have different preferences, so we can’t all like the same pairings. And Gale is tall, dark, handsome, brooding, and all testosterone. I get it. However, when I see posts saying Gale is the misunderstood brave soul and Peeta is nothing but a whimpy and weak bitch that Katniss was guilted into being with, I’m like:

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Putting the supposed love triangle aside, Peeta is the embodiment of one of the most important and core message of the series, that no matter what circumstances are thrown at you, you have to remain true to yourself and hold on to what you believe in, no matter how difficult or impossible it seems to do so.

Gale is the anti-thesis of that message, Collins has shown us through Gale that even good people with good intentions can become destructive if they stray away from their core values and let their anger and rage dictate their actions. Gale in the first two books was perfection; but by the third book, he let himself get carried away with the war and the rebellion. In my opinion, the moment Gale said he was playing by Snow’s rule book when he designed his bombs and killing innocent people in District 2 is a justifiable means to achieve an end, it was Gale who let Snow and the Capitol turn himself into a mutt, not Peeta.

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