jerullium

I got into Med, I can’t believe it. All the tears, all the hard times, all the wait, all the disappointments…I feel like it’s all finally worth it. I feel at peace and so grateful right now. 

jerullium

@confuzzled_me stop it before I cry you’re so kind. Thank you sm ❤️
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confuzzled_me

@jerullium you’re welcome
          	  
          	  
          	  you honestly deserve it so much. i don’t know you that well but i can tell that you’re one of the few people that deserves every good thing that comes their way. now that you got in, we can all cheer you on as you make your way through Med. <3
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jerullium

I got into Med, I can’t believe it. All the tears, all the hard times, all the wait, all the disappointments…I feel like it’s all finally worth it. I feel at peace and so grateful right now. 

jerullium

@confuzzled_me stop it before I cry you’re so kind. Thank you sm ❤️
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confuzzled_me

@jerullium you’re welcome
            
            
            you honestly deserve it so much. i don’t know you that well but i can tell that you’re one of the few people that deserves every good thing that comes their way. now that you got in, we can all cheer you on as you make your way through Med. <3
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jerullium

Everyone has to read Crier’s War and Iron Heart by Nina Varela: it’s a sapphic enemies-to-lovers slow burn dystopian fantasy that is so so so well written. 
          
          Th duology fed my desire for escapism so well. I mean it still talks about wars, politics and fascism, but then again which fictional story isn’t based on elements of reality? 
          
          Speaking of which, the books balance aspects of reality and fantasy expertly. Nina is so talented and such a good writer. Oh and have I mentioned, she’s queer too? 
          
          Maybe I should have paced myself, because I finished them in 5 days when all I wanted to do was stay in their world a little longer. Maybe, forever. 

jerullium

I think I read too many fanfics. I had a dream with Lizzie, Scarlett and and let’s just say my mind was in the gutter. This is the first time it came to me naturally, like I didn’t volunteeringly make up the scenarios in my head. fking hell, could have gotten a lot more steamy if my dad didn’t barge in to wake me up

jerullium

I’m not gonna spoil anything so I’ll just summarise my multiverse of madness experience in one sentence: I want to cry. 

jerullium

@confuzzled_me I can’t. I just can’t say it.
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confuzzled_me

@jerullium just tell me one thing please, is Wanda more or less depressed at the end of the movie?
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jerullium

this message may be offensive
You know the feeling when you’re so excited/nervous that you want to shit?
          
          
          Yea that’s me now CUZ LESS THAN 12 HOURS TO SEE WANDA ON THE BIG SCREEN BITCHES 

jerullium

I just finished watching “In From the Cold” and I’m starting to think that I have a thing for female Russian spies. 
          
          This might be an unpopular opinion but I actually expected more from the Black Widow movie. I feel like they didn’t really use Natasha to her full potential. It was a fine movie but it could have been so much more.
          
          And after seeing this, I’ve realised how much more better it could have been if BW was a Series instead of a Movie, but I’m glad to have found this underrated series (: 

jerullium

@confuzzled_me ig IFTC helps you connect to the character more, that was the main thing for me. But anyways, Happy Watching during Spring!! 
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confuzzled_me

@jerullium don't get me wrong, i loved the movie but i have to agree. i feel as if i'm gonna end up watching In From the Cold (that sounds a little mean but it's not supposed to) during spring
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jerullium

Idk who’s lucky, Tom or Zendaya. I’d kill to be either one.

confuzzled_me

@jerullium i think Tom's the lucky one. i'm a tad bit too gay for him
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lick_ya_clit

@jerullium RIGHT!! i need to know how he did it
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