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I went to see Annabelle with my friends, it was kinda disappointing… It’s not a horror movie, it’s never scary, it’s just bland. There’s one jumpscare that worked, but the rest are so predictable, i was kinda waiting for the thing to jump in my face :/ plus who would take such a doll and think “hey that would be a great gift!”…

Hard to find good horror movies lately!

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colorztrauma:

penguintim:

welovegleeconfessions:

People should give Klainers a break. Not only are we gonna lose our favorite couple, but also our favorite characters dropped out of school and returned to a homophobic city where they got harassed. Instead on a Broadway stage they belong, they are once again at the bottom. We lost everything at once and we have a right to be upset about it.



Also that “once a klainer…” pic is bullshit.

"Once a klainer always a klainer"? Bwahaha. BWAHAHAHA. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
No. Just no.

colorztrauma:

penguintim:

welovegleeconfessions:

People should give Klainers a break. Not only are we gonna lose our favorite couple, but also our favorite characters dropped out of school and returned to a homophobic city where they got harassed. Instead on a Broadway stage they belong, they are once again at the bottom. We lost everything at once and we have a right to be upset about it.

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Also that “once a klainer…” pic is bullshit.

"Once a klainer always a klainer"? Bwahaha. BWAHAHAHA. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

No. Just no.

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metaldragoness:

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theartistformerlyknownasokiku313:

gleeksandtheirconfessions:

I hate that Kurt probably lived off of Blaine money in NYC. Blaine is the one who has rich parents, but it´s not cool that Kurt was probably mooching off of him.

Wait…what??

lol, yes Kurt who was working at the pancake house and the diner supporting himself before Blaine even got to NY was mooching off his ex.

It was established in s4, that Kurt sold his car, his freaking baby, in order to move to NYC on his own, despite being rejected by NYADA. Unlike Blaine and Rachel, Kurt has never been handed anything. He always has to seek out opportunities for himself (same goes for Mercedes and Santana here) in order to shine. 
Kurt was also the one who found the loft, and I suspect that his name is on the lease along with Rachel, which means he is responsible for rent, and this was before Blaine arrived in NYC. The internship at Vogue is probably unpaid, which tends to be the norm, but maybe with a little bit of help from Burt, his student loan money, and his savings, Kurt made things work.
In s5, Kurt landed a job at the Spotlight Diner as a waiter. Sadly, its very common if you are in college or just graduated to have nonpaid internship that may help your career in the long term, and you have to find another job to pay your bills.  So again, before Blaine showed up in  NYC, Kurt was balancing two jobs, and going to school at the same time, which isn’t an easy feat.
Now, during the brief time Kurt and Blaine lived together in canon, Sam also lived with them. It doesn’t seem like Sam planned ahead or had savings of his own  before tagging along with Blaine to NYC, and didn’t have a job after living in NYC for six months (in this economy, its hard to find a job…but it didn’t seem like Sam was hitting the pavement or even stressed out about being unemployed or having no money) which means he was completely dependent on Kurt and Blaine for shelter, money, and food.
Despite the fact that loft isn’t really big enough for four people to live there comfortably, and Blaine decided Sam should live with them without discussing it with Kurt, I don’t  believe the real reason Kurt was upset with Sam had to with him getting in the way of having sex with Blaine (gag me) but because it was taking a toll on him financially to support Sam. 
I don’t know if Blaine at all chipped in for groceries or rent, but since he was able to move out of the loft with no fuss, his name wasn’t on the lease and wasn’t required to pay rent. Since Blaine doesn’t have a job, all his money had to come from his parents. 
Again, Kurt is the independent mature adult in this  relationship and Blaine is living in a extended state of childhood with no worries, cares, or responsibilities.
Unlike the rest of the characters  (I will even include Rachel in this because while she is a only child and both of her fathers are devoted to her, I doubt they have the same resources that Blaine’s parents do) Blaine doesn’t have to worry about money since his parents are able to support him no matter what (seeing sending him to Dalton, and if you look at the other schools Blaine considered applying to, his parents could easily afford to pay his tuition outright, without him having to take on student loans)
Or to put it another way, Kurt, Santana, Mercedes, and the rest are walking on a tightrope without a safety net. If they fail, there will be nothing to catch them. Part of the reason why I think Blaine fails out of NYADA is because he takes everything, including his education, for granted. He knows that if he wants to try again, his parents can afford to help him out. That’s a luxury for most people.
Due to his background, Blaine isn’t aware of his entitlement. Look at his first interaction with Sam. There is nothing shameful about sex work or doing what you have to do to support your family, but Blaine slut-shamed Sam anyway, and made a remark about not being for sale.
I’m sorry Blaine, but no one would want you in the first place.
It’s easy to judge others, and take a supposed moral high ground, if you never had to struggle with anything, which is the biggest problem with Blaine as a character. 
The real underlying theme here is that Blaine doesn’t seem to understand the value of money or what it means to work for something. The minute he decides to get engaged to Kurt, he walks into a store and buys a ring. There is no discussion of a payment plan, he already has the money on hand to pay for it, so he does. Blaine also bought a grand piano….as thank you present, without having to discuss making that type of purchase with his parents.
 Look at how Blaine handed 50$ to Sam in s4. Maybe it was meant as a selfless gesture (or a way to get into his pants), but Blaine didn’t seem to understand that it might be humiliating to give someone money because you think that they are starving in public. Since Sam seemed to be living with his family again, 50 bucks really doesn’t go that far when it comes to buying groceries for a family of five. 
It was said in the spoilers, that Blaine moved in with Dave even though they had been dating for a maybe one-two months, and Blaine only started to work at Dalton. Private high schools actually pay their teachers very little, and if Glee was at all realistic, since Blaine has no degree, is 20 years old, and has no degree or real experience (the only time Blaine had worked was in s2 when has a few singing gigs at a amusement park, which is not the same as working at the same job for a extended period of time. I mean, who is going to give Blaine a reference here? Will? Rachel? Sam? Past Warblers? Sebastian?) his starting salary would be diddy squat. Blaine wouldn’t have the money to make a deposit on a apartment, so Dave is footing the bill here or Blaine had to ask his parents for money.
Seeing how Blaine didn’t understand why Kurt couldn’t talk to him at work, and no problem outing someone at work, Blaine isn’t capable of acting like a professional, and in the real world would be fired after a few days.
If you believe Blaine is suffering from poor rich boy syndrome and big bad Kurt is taking advantage of him, be my guest. However, there is nothing in canon that back ups your claim. Same goes if you believe that Blaine has abusive, and homophobic parents. Quinn, Santana, and Dave are actually the only characters on Glee that have been rejected by their parents, and faced a form of emotional abuse/homophobia from their relatives. Not Blaine.
And while Burt was a decent dad in the beginning of Glee, Kurt.has to deal with having a father that is a pod person.

metaldragoness:

yunnanmom:

theartistformerlyknownasokiku313:

gleeksandtheirconfessions:

I hate that Kurt probably lived off of Blaine money in NYC. Blaine is the one who has rich parents, but it´s not cool that Kurt was probably mooching off of him.

Wait…what??

lol, yes Kurt who was working at the pancake house and the diner supporting himself before Blaine even got to NY was mooching off his ex.

It was established in s4, that Kurt sold his car, his freaking baby, in order to move to NYC on his own, despite being rejected by NYADA. Unlike Blaine and Rachel, Kurt has never been handed anything. He always has to seek out opportunities for himself (same goes for Mercedes and Santana here) in order to shine. 

Kurt was also the one who found the loft, and I suspect that his name is on the lease along with Rachel, which means he is responsible for rent, and this was before Blaine arrived in NYC. The internship at Vogue is probably unpaid, which tends to be the norm, but maybe with a little bit of help from Burt, his student loan money, and his savings, Kurt made things work.

In s5, Kurt landed a job at the Spotlight Diner as a waiter. Sadly, its very common if you are in college or just graduated to have nonpaid internship that may help your career in the long term, and you have to find another job to pay your bills.  So again, before Blaine showed up in  NYC, Kurt was balancing two jobs, and going to school at the same time, which isn’t an easy feat.

Now, during the brief time Kurt and Blaine lived together in canon, Sam also lived with them. It doesn’t seem like Sam planned ahead or had savings of his own  before tagging along with Blaine to NYC, and didn’t have a job after living in NYC for six months (in this economy, its hard to find a job…but it didn’t seem like Sam was hitting the pavement or even stressed out about being unemployed or having no money) which means he was completely dependent on Kurt and Blaine for shelter, money, and food.

Despite the fact that loft isn’t really big enough for four people to live there comfortably, and Blaine decided Sam should live with them without discussing it with Kurt, I don’t  believe the real reason Kurt was upset with Sam had to with him getting in the way of having sex with Blaine (gag me) but because it was taking a toll on him financially to support Sam. 

I don’t know if Blaine at all chipped in for groceries or rent, but since he was able to move out of the loft with no fuss, his name wasn’t on the lease and wasn’t required to pay rent. Since Blaine doesn’t have a job, all his money had to come from his parents. 

Again, Kurt is the independent mature adult in this  relationship and Blaine is living in a extended state of childhood with no worries, cares, or responsibilities.

Unlike the rest of the characters  (I will even include Rachel in this because while she is a only child and both of her fathers are devoted to her, I doubt they have the same resources that Blaine’s parents do) Blaine doesn’t have to worry about money since his parents are able to support him no matter what (seeing sending him to Dalton, and if you look at the other schools Blaine considered applying to, his parents could easily afford to pay his tuition outright, without him having to take on student loans)

Or to put it another way, Kurt, Santana, Mercedes, and the rest are walking on a tightrope without a safety net. If they fail, there will be nothing to catch them. Part of the reason why I think Blaine fails out of NYADA is because he takes everything, including his education, for granted. He knows that if he wants to try again, his parents can afford to help him out. That’s a luxury for most people.

Due to his background, Blaine isn’t aware of his entitlement. Look at his first interaction with Sam. There is nothing shameful about sex work or doing what you have to do to support your family, but Blaine slut-shamed Sam anyway, and made a remark about not being for sale.

I’m sorry Blaine, but no one would want you in the first place.

It’s easy to judge others, and take a supposed moral high ground, if you never had to struggle with anything, which is the biggest problem with Blaine as a character. 

The real underlying theme here is that Blaine doesn’t seem to understand the value of money or what it means to work for something. The minute he decides to get engaged to Kurt, he walks into a store and buys a ring. There is no discussion of a payment plan, he already has the money on hand to pay for it, so he does. Blaine also bought a grand piano….as thank you present, without having to discuss making that type of purchase with his parents.

 Look at how Blaine handed 50$ to Sam in s4. Maybe it was meant as a selfless gesture (or a way to get into his pants), but Blaine didn’t seem to understand that it might be humiliating to give someone money because you think that they are starving in public. Since Sam seemed to be living with his family again, 50 bucks really doesn’t go that far when it comes to buying groceries for a family of five. 

It was said in the spoilers, that Blaine moved in with Dave even though they had been dating for a maybe one-two months, and Blaine only started to work at Dalton. Private high schools actually pay their teachers very little, and if Glee was at all realistic, since Blaine has no degree, is 20 years old, and has no degree or real experience (the only time Blaine had worked was in s2 when has a few singing gigs at a amusement park, which is not the same as working at the same job for a extended period of time. I mean, who is going to give Blaine a reference here? Will? Rachel? Sam? Past Warblers? Sebastian?) his starting salary would be diddy squat. Blaine wouldn’t have the money to make a deposit on a apartment, so Dave is footing the bill here or Blaine had to ask his parents for money.

Seeing how Blaine didn’t understand why Kurt couldn’t talk to him at work, and no problem outing someone at work, Blaine isn’t capable of acting like a professional, and in the real world would be fired after a few days.

If you believe Blaine is suffering from poor rich boy syndrome and big bad Kurt is taking advantage of him, be my guest. However, there is nothing in canon that back ups your claim. Same goes if you believe that Blaine has abusive, and homophobic parents. Quinn, Santana, and Dave are actually the only characters on Glee that have been rejected by their parents, and faced a form of emotional abuse/homophobia from their relatives. Not Blaine.

And while Burt was a decent dad in the beginning of Glee, Kurt.has to deal with having a father that is a pod person.

Classé dans lol glee lol Klaine lol Blainers WHAT THE FUCK