By Year 9, I hated it. I was doing Game of Thrones and trying to fit in at school, catching up with my schoolwork, surrounded by people who didn’t like me. I was different and being different doesn’t go down well at secondary school. It wasn’t necessarily bullying, just girls being girls. They would have hated anyone – it was anger at the opportunity. That [opportunity] doesn’t happen to girls where we come from.
my roommate told me that for every chapter of french I review tonight, I can show her an episode of Sleepy Hollow. we are so functional it’s not even funny.
Poster Remake: The Hunger Games
Our duty must be to one another…before anything or anyone.
"so what are your plans for after you graduate?"
"How you go about moving within the world you live in says so much about who you are."
The first big purchase I ever made after I started working as a performer was a car that was my pride and joy. It was a red Mazda MX-5 convertible. I loved that car and I was the cliché blonde in a red sports car for a while, but I sold her because I spend so much time away from home now. It was sad. She was just sitting on the road not being used. - Natalie Dormer (x)
This is my new favorite thing!