R.I.P. Barbara Park, author of the beloved “Junie B. Jones” books. Park has passed away at 66 after a long battle with ovarian cancer. With irreverent, slangy titles such as “Junie B. Jones and the Stupid Smelly Bus” or “Junie B., First Grader: Cheater Pants,” the six-year-old’s adventures are instantly relatable to kids, and became classics for all of us who grew up with them.
When I was a kid my dad used to read these books to me every night before bed. I used to love these
books especially because Junie B. was in classroom 1, and so was I. Honesty my dad reading me these books is one of my earliest childhood memories and I remember how close it made my dad and I. These books are a park of my childhood and I just kinda wanna thank Barbara Park for writing them and giving me that bond with my dad. R.I.P.
Human Feelings as Drugs
It would be really cool to have a movie about this in a world where the government distributes these to people, and at first glance everything is fine, people with depression and antisocial disorder are being instantly treated and that’s great. But then you realize that there are groups of people abusing these drugs underground, like there will be people on happy all the time, people that use hope to delude themselves, or people that drug other people with love, and that true human emotions have been nearly wiped out. Then at the end it’s discovered that the government is using these drugs to control society and manipulate people into becoming soldiers by taking away their empathy and filling them up with trust for the government. So it ends in an uprising led by a resistance group who lead the people to realize that their humanity has been stripped and doesn’t come in a bottle.
Why aren’t you making movies omg
wtf I wanna watch your movie now…
do you ever just sit there and realize that you mean nothing to anyone and you start feeling like shit
Ugh I love this(via journeytogl4m)
because who doesn’t need a transparent mermaid swimming through their blog