Alison is a people person, and is always reading people around her. She has a strong need for control and order in her life, and when the world around her descends into chaos, so does she. She is very concerned with the way people perceive her, and throughout season one this is alluded to when Alison talks about how “embarrassing” it is to be put in the “situation” of being a clone - she refers to herself as a “freak” and prays her children never find out. She reacts quickly to events that happen to her, basing her judgments and decisions on her feelings and sometimes forgetting logic in her choices. She seeks stability, comfort, rules, and tradition. These things give her a sense of harmony, things being “normal” or “as they should be.” Her morals come from the world around her, and so she believes deeply in the spoken and unspoken rules in society.
jesus fucking christ
easter more like jesus rising to watch the season premiere of orphan black
jesus and helena both be like AYYYYYY
that one fictional character you ship with six other characters
do your old fandoms ever just come back to you, and you remember how much you love one character, and your just like “I forgot about you for a while but I’m back and I love you too my beautiful baby.”
laverne cox and ellen page at the 25th annual glaad media awards
“Ugh, you’re so adorable. I want to be friends with you,” I whisper as I like your posts and never speak to you.
ben wyatt in
↳ 6.19, flu season 2
Maisie Williams for Modds Magazine April 2014 [x]
excuse me favorite character did i give you permission to die
That’s So Ravenclaw, a sitcom about a young Seer at Hogwarts whose semi-reliable visions are a constant source of trouble for her and her friends, coming this fall
"The light was so dim that Jaime could scarcely see her, though they stood a scant few feet apart. ‘In this light she could almost be a beauty’, he thought. ‘In this light she could almost be a knight’."—A Storm of Swords (for diet-ragles)
Smother | DaughterI want all that is not mine
I want him but we’re not right