I did know Rue.
December 4th · 23,369 notes
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#hunger games #rue #katniss everdeen #omg no this is not okay
HUNGER GAMES AU EVERYONE DIES
December 4th · 15,162 notes
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#shingeki no kyojin #hunger games #omg no this is not okay #I HAVE A MIGHTY NEED #BUT ALSO #HDU
sexual orientation: finnick when he’s drinking water out of the spile for the first time
December 4th · 43,795 notes
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#hunger games #finnick odair #omfg #O H M Y G O D #tbh tho this scene was almost long enough to be uncomfortable
no bUT LIKE
mags knew her days were running out and she decided that instead of letting death come to her she would go into that arena and help the resistance because she wanted to die for something meaningful
mags volunteered to take annie’s place knowing really well that she wasn’t gonna make it, because she preferred to die rather than risking losing annie and having finnick live without her
mags was an eighty year old lady volunteering to go fight to the death once again for a new world that she probably knew she would never see
and if that isnt the punkest thing you have ever heard in your whole goddamn life then you can get the fuck out of my face
dear every person who told me that katniss doesn’t actually love peeta
there’s an entire paragraph about his eyelashes in catching fire
do you frequently rhapsodize about the eyelashes of people you’re not in love with?
December 4th · 8,299 notes
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#hunger games #katniss everdeen #peeta mellark #dkjsdlkgjskdfs
December 3rd · 53,545 notes
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#hunger games #peeta mellark #katniss everdeen #omg no this is not okay #HOW ARE THERE ALREADY MOCKINGJAY EDITS THIS GOOD #OW
December 1st · 13,662 notes
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#hunger games #peeta mellark #caesar flickerman #omfg #MY FRIEND WHO HADN'T READ THE BOOKS WENT TO THE BATHROOM RIGHT BEFORE THIS PART #AND GOT BACK RIGHT AS HE SAID THE THING #EVERYONE IN THE THEATER WAS CACKLING #THE MOVIE WAS SO LOUD #AND SHE WAS SCREAMING WHAT????? OH MY GOD????????? AS SHE WAS CLIMBING OVER EVERYONE #BEST NIGHT EVEEEERRRRRRRRRRR
New still of Finnick!
December 1st · 9,668 notes
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#hunger games #finnick odair #dkjsdlkgjskdfs #S T O P T H I S A T O N C E
Who We Are- Imagine Dragons
November 30th · 1,076 notes
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#hunger games #music #whoa
At its core, The Hunger Games is a book about the trauma of hyper-consumption–but when it comes to traumatizer vs. traumatized, CoverGirl’s Capitol Collection falls squarely on the side of “traumatizer.” The makeup line comes with a lookbook that will help you “get the looks of the Districts” and is so unaware and self-absorbed that it kind of feels like it has to be a joke. The only time anyone from the Districts looks anything like something in that lookbook is when children are brought to the Capitol and dolled up to be paraded around on live TV as though they were props instead of humans (because of course, to the Capitol, they are props). Then two days later they take the makeup off and kill each other and probably die themselves while their families look on, horrified and defeated. FASHION!!!
But of course, the reason that this line even exists is because we, as a culture, are actually pretty close (metaphorically anyway) to the Capitol. Consumption at any expense is pretty par for the course here, and the people who grow our food and make our clothes aren’t really in much better shape than the people of the Districts. Our culture really, really values outward appearance and it insists that girls about Katniss’s age should be less into leading a revolution and more into getting the right look. The Capitol Collection encourages girls to identify not with rebellion and justice, but with superficiality and self-interest. We think that is not only ridiculous, but scary and super dangerous."
Seconded. Of the many whackadoo merchandising tie-ins associated with Catching Fire (Subway comes to mind), the CoverGirl campaign may be the worst. There were plenty of ways to create cosmetic tie-ins that didn’t fetishize poverty or so thoroughly embrace and sanitize the barbarity of the Capitol. (via lbardugo)