argentbanshees:
Let see, number one Cordy, then Caroline, Buffy, Rose, Sarah and Lydia. Go anyone right? Expect Cordelia of course.

a hug for anyone who can guess one of my top 10 characters!

I am not sure if I even have an order for them (except Cordy forever #1 ruler of my heart) but you are very accurate! The only ones missing are Hanna (pll), Billie Proudman (my current url - but she is from an Australian show so I don’t expect anyone to get that), and I’ve had complicated feelings about Rachel (Glee) since season 4 but we’ve talked about that, and I feel like all the Teen Wolf ladies should be tied together!

*HUGGLES YOU*

PS. I feel like a broken record with this but how much of Buffy/Angel have you watched? :D



walkhard2007:
CORDYYYY

a hug for anyone who can guess one of my top 10 characters!

WHAT OMFG HOW DID YOU GUESS IT’S NOT AS IF I TALK ABOUT HER ALL THE TIME AND HAVE HER ALL OVER MY BLOG???

*HUGGLES YOU*



walkhard2007:
your post about cordy being one of the only characters on those two shows who never attempts murder or rape is so real like she was my fav before i knew that was the case but WOW. like my other favs are dawn and lorne and that's (mostly) true of them too i think but not many other characters

I think you made a post about it as well? Yeah, I used to defend her all the time (I still do) saying “I KNOW SHE WAS A HIGH SCHOOL BULLY BUT EVERYBODY HAS A DARK SIDE” until I realised…high school bully? Incredibly light for a “dark side”. If you line up the worst thing every character has ever done, “high school bully” would be on the lightest end of the morality spectrum. So when people say stuff like “Cordelia was just a terrible person on btvs” I kind of just stare at them blankly and go “Who are your favourite characters again? Spike? Anya?” Yeah I like them (especially Anya) but Cordelia Chase doesn’t even know what evil is compared to those two, sorry you still think that girl who bullied you in high school was evil and now you’re projecting it onto Cordelia.

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parishlydia:

gamerreadingwolf:

In the mid-season trailer we see a short clip of Jordan Parrish covered in soot:

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Which leads me to wonder if he was the one in the burning sheriff’s car we had also seen:

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Now that we had discovered that he is a supernatural. We have to assume that him surviving is no coincidence. My theory is that he is gifted in something to do with fire, like a phoenix. I just wanted to throw this out there.

#maybe he’s just a chimney sweeper (via mccallsass)



thedevilmonkey:

So since Parrish is a supernatural, and after I saw that trailer,  I read up about mythical creatures immune to fire and a lot of stuff came up but one of the more popular and one that i think might work is a Phoenix

They can live to be thousands of years old and still appear incredibly young

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They were wise, intelligent beasts

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And if they died they would be consumed by flames

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Only to be reborn from the ashes

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They were hella fine creatures too

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Katie Cassidy as Juliet Sharp

July 25  ♥  320 notes


"You know, if you weren’t so psychotic, you’d be fun to hang out with. Same to you, creep.



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