Jessica. 18. A dedicated Teen Wolf fan, but I post about everything, from A Very Potter Musical to Zombieland.


Posts tagged The Hunger Games


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Jan 25, 2011
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Catching Fire is a flawed but much more entertaining and satisfying book than The Hunger Games and F U COLLINS for that cliffhanger.
good god.

Mark Reads “Catching Fire”: Chapter 27


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Jan 24, 2011
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bullahrae:

Oh. my. god. I know this is fanmade, but it’s just so awesome!

I want to see this so bad now D:

Ho. Lee. Shit. That was the best fan-made trailer I have ever seen. I had shivers running down my spine the entire time I was watching it. I’m actually pumped for the movie now.

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Jan 18, 2011
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gettingcrazywiththecheezewhiz:

ijaycie replied to your post:  ijaycie replied to your post: ijaycie said: Peeta…

Oh wow, that’s awesome! But why the hell is Chord so far down the list!? He’s perfect for Peeta, haha.

I dunno. I don’t know half the actors on that list lol. 

I just want Kristen Chenoweth to play Effie Trinket. Seriosuly I could die happy then.

Oh my god. I did not think anyone else thought of Kristen Chenoweth as Effie. When I was reading the books, she is exactly who I pictured as Effie, from the very beginning. 


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Jan 6, 2011
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Maybe I’m just a lost cause. I AM WILLING TO ACCEPT THIS.

Mark Reads “Catching Fire”: Chapter 14


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Jan 5, 2011
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Man, Gale sucks. Sorry to say it. I really wanted to like him, but the guy is kind of full of himself. OK, TEAM PEETA IT IS. Or wait, fuck it, TEAM CINNA. FUCK EVERYONE ELSE.

Mark Reads “Catching Fire”: Chapter 7


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Jan 2, 2011
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So I was talking to my friend Kripa on AIM and she decided there are only two names that logically make sense for us to use when referring to Katniss and Peeta:
Peenis
Katpee
Both make me giggle wildly and I’d like to continue referring to them as such because I am a mere child inside.

Mark Reads “The Hunger Games”: Chapter 23


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Jan 2, 2011
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Yeah, ok, this is really goddamn sad. If I had any tears left after reading Harry Potter, I might have shed a tear here. BUT I DIDN’T BECAUSE J.K. ROWLING STOLE ALL MY SAD.

Mark Reads “The Hunger Games”: Chapter 18


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Jan 2, 2011
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Just allow me to let you into my head for a second: I read this passage and thought, THE HOVERCRAFT GOES NOM NOM NOM. Why am I allowed to release words to the general public.

Mark Reads “The Hunger Games”: Chapter 12


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Jan 2, 2011
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I don’t recall anyone saying what age demographic this book is aimed at, but I’m probably going to rule out that it’s for children because exploding fathers.

Mark Reads “The Hunger Games”: Chapter 1


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Jan 2, 2011
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By page two, I can see that Collins’s style for this narration is going to be direct and forceful. I’m ok with it. But I did laugh at this sentence and it’s probably because I have no soul or something.

Mark Reads “The Hunger Games”: Chapter 1