my history teacher today asked if anyone has ever owned a blog before and i sat there crying because i don’t just own a blog
a blog owns me
Click on the links to find out about me.. or don't; the choice is yours♥
those people who insult you and then act like the victim when you say something about it
"WOW OMG I WAS JUST KIDDING JESUS Y CANT U JUST TAKE A JOKE GOD GET OVER IT ITS NOT A BIG DEAL OMFG WOW I DID NOTHING WRONG"
I went to Paris in February with my French class and the whole time I was there everybody was like this with me.
historyliz replied to your text post
Firstly don’t base it on people who graduated years ago. Next compare: Course content, reputation, location, atmosphere and career prospects. Have you visited both? which FEELS better for you. Don’t pressure yourself to chose until you need to
Funnily enough, it was pretty much coincidence that the ones I liked most were the ones my favourite actors went to - I didn’t even know where David Tennant went until I read their prospectus. They both offer really good courses, so I’m kind of stuck. I’m just gonna go to their open days and see what I think then. Thank you :)
games-b4-dames replied to your text post
Well…you should definitely wait to see if you get accepted to either first. You should also factor in the expenses of going to either Uni & if you’re able to pay them without getting into yucky debt. I don’t know if either allow you to live in the dorms or not but you…
well both charge £9000 a year, so I’ll have to get a loan, but that’s the same at nearly every university here, and we don’t have to pay it back until we earn £21000 a year, and then the debt is written off after 30 years anyway. Also, both allow you to stay in halls the first year, I think. I’m just gonna go to the open days and see what I think then. Thanks!
Guys I’m literally sitting here trying to make the hardest decision of my life
So I’m going to study acting at Uni next year (2015) and I’m stuck between two at the moment - and maybe a couple more but these are the most likely:
Do I go to the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, like David Tennant?
Or do I go to the University of East Anglia, like Matt Smith?
Both are soooooo good and I really don’t know how to decide :( of course it all depends on me getting in but if I do, I need to know my choice.
Friendly advice for everyone
The Fault in our Stars is not the right book to be reading on a public tram.
No, tumblr. Unfortunately, it really, really can’t.
a bit late, sorry, but thanks! you too :)
I can’t find the one you mean, sorry :( x
the fact that people are like “Coca Cola supports racial equality, I’m not going to be drinking Coca Cola anymore” and “Google supports gay rights I’m not going to use them anymore” like what next “the Earth provides Oxygen to ethnic minorities I’m going to stop breathing in protest”
I hope so
Je suis une autre personne.