|toldyouseo asked: that shuffle tag is so you beside the you kno the snsd|
WHAT IS THAT SUPPOSED TO MEAN I HAVE MANY A SNSD SONG
|toldyouseo asked: put your itunes on shuffle name the first 10 songs blah blah too lazy to fake this illegal tag|
lol we are a shame leggo
symPTOMS BY SHINEE APPLE YES
kiwi by maroon 5
the live album version of ready or not by shinee
password by shinee
descontrol by daddy yankee
bad girl by snsd this is my song actually
underneath your clothes by shakira
story of a girl by nine days
baby i by ariana grande baeee
gitana by shakira
i hope thats 10 lol i counted twice
McDonald’s has been forced to open its first ever restaurant with a turquoise coloured sign after city planners said the signature yellow sign would be too garish. Officials in Sedona, Arizona told the fast-food giant they were unable to open a restaurant with the trademark yellow logo.This is due to the city’s strict regulations which prevent buildings from ruining the picturesque view of the desert.
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arizona joins the aesthetic movement
BOOK OF THE DAY:
It is that time of year already, back to school season, and this is exactly what Charlie, the protagonist, of the story must face. In his freshman year in high school, Charlie is a bright student with a severe introverted nature. He is not social and is picked on by his older peers.
Like most introverts, his social distance is highlighted and outcasted by his parents rather than understood. His brilliance is overlooked by most people, except his teacher, which makes the conscious effort to introduce him to the world of literature as way of introducing him to the life he is hiding from. He is a wallflower in this sense.
wallflower: (noun) A shy individual, who prefers not to participate at social gatherings. They are the ones who observe the crowd quietly. They are not boisterous about their talents or intelligence. They are simply reserved and isolated.
Whether Charlie is the authentic definition of wallflower can be refuted, but there is no doubt that he is highly gifted. Chbosky’s portrayal of anxiety and depression are extremely accurately portrayed.
The “perks” of being a wallflower, such as Charlie’s introspection or intelligence are highly challenged by his surroundings but never by the reader until the end. There is a misleading ingredient in the novel, Charlie is not a clear representation of a wallflower; he is not emotionally stable and perhaps an unreliable source. Nevertheless, the plot holds unexpected little treasures. Although Charlie is not a role model protagonist, he is extremely lovable and holds an innocence hard to capture in written word.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a well-written coming of age story, which is bittersweet due to the empathy you develop for Charlie. The truth is, you will instantly appoint this novel as one of your top three favorites or find it extremely overrated. We say, take a chance! It is far more unexpected than perceived.
Read excerpts from the novel here!