Not a spoiler free blog. Also I tend not to tag shit, like at all mostly. I reblog NSFW stuff occasionally, but I do tag that. And I multiship sometimes. Basically, I'm not a good blog to follow if you blacklist stuff or care about what pops up on your dash. Sorry (not sorry).
I ship Klaine, CrissColfer, Romione, Stony, Britin, Chryed, Sterek, Cridell (that is me and Darren Criss), Chrisneyland, Wall-E/Eve, Glenn/Maggie, and whatever the hell else I feel like.
I like Glee, Harry Potter, Disney, Friends, QAF, Marvel, Jane Austen, 80's movies and horror movies, and whatever the hell else I feel like.
I am insanely introverted, I love to laugh, I have a head full of useless knowledge, I tend to hate on myself sometimes, I suck at math, I love to eat, I have never been in a relationship, I am brutally honest, I have no filter, I swear a lot, I am probably a bit too opinionated for my own good, and I like my eyes.
"You don’t really understand an antagonist until you understand why he’s a protagonist in his own version of the world."
Blaine pulls him close. They kiss. It’s intense, filled with feeling. Finally, they separate. Kurt is emotional, close to tears.
team “i wore this yesterday but i’m going to a different place so it doesn’t matter”
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The Amityville Horror House
Amityville is best known as the setting of The Amityville Horror by Jay Anson which was published in 1977, and has been turned into a series of films made between 1979 and 2012. The story of The Amityville Horror can be traced back to a real life murder case in Amityville in November 1974, when Ronald DeFeo, Jr. shot all six members of his family at 112 Ocean Avenue. In December 1975 George and Kathy Lutz and Kathy’s three children moved into the house, but left after twenty-eight days, claiming to have been terrorized by paranormal phenomena produced by the house. Jay Anson’s novel is said to be based on these events but has been the subject of much controversy.