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Aug 21 2014

aasunnyday:

Everyone always asks what happened to the other countries in dystopian novels and talks about them being conquered and stuff but the truth is that the US would probably have the hunger games or a zombie apocalypse or something really bad like that happen simply because the other countries treat their citizens well and would protect them from this stuff rather than causing it

I suggest you study world politics because you are greatly  misinformed

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Aug 20 2014
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i-shall-move-on-in-life:

fantasiesromancechicklits:

i-shall-move-on-in-life:

fantasiesromancechicklits:

i-shall-move-on-in-life:

He did break Clarke’s heart—he slept her and made her feel like her cared for her, and then went back to Raven without even talking about this properly with her.
Also, Finn didn’t have to sleep with Clarke after ten days, either. Why is it only Clarke that is shamed for this?

Finn has had his  share of shaming fact is Clarke knew nothing about the guy and slept with him anyway. Neither had time to fall in love so can’t claim heartbreak when  he didn’t have he heart and she didn’t have his.  Both need to be held responsible for their actions.

I’m talking about this confession, and some of the other posts I have seen where Clarke is shamed for sleeping with him after ten days—but I admit that you are right. Finn has also had his fair share of hate on this.
Clarke herself told Finn that he broke her heart—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-XT-rv8QEk
She felt heartbroken on how they had shared a connection, acted on it in a sexual manner, and then how he went back to Raven and tried to pretend that nothing happened. I know he felt guilt in this, but it doesn’t stop the fact that Clarke was heartbroken at this because she had grown to care for Finn, and felt something for him.

Again Clarke can’t claim heartbreak after she willingly slept with a guy she knew nothing about. Did she even stop to ask him about his life on the Ark, his family, and past loves? And she slept with him a little over a week after meeting him. Finn’s in the wrong for cheating on his girlfriend but Clarke made a choice and had to deal with the consequences.

Yes, she can claim heartbreak as I said previously—she cared for him. She felt something for him, and then acted on it, and then it all fell apart. Just because she made a choice and faced the consequences, that does not mean she can’t feel heartbreak over how it turned out.
Clarke felt heartbroken because Finn acted like what they shared never happened. Finn went back to Raven without talking to Clarke and at least trying to explain what had happened. That is hurtful, and it hurt Clarke—she had every right to feel the way she did and tell him that.

To have their heartbroken one has to actually give their heart. Which requires actually getting to know the person. BTW when Finn tried to explain after the fact Clarke didn’t want to hear it

i-shall-move-on-in-life:

fantasiesromancechicklits:

i-shall-move-on-in-life:

fantasiesromancechicklits:

i-shall-move-on-in-life:

He did break Clarke’s heart—he slept her and made her feel like her cared for her, and then went back to Raven without even talking about this properly with her.

Also, Finn didn’t have to sleep with Clarke after ten days, either. Why is it only Clarke that is shamed for this?

Finn has had his  share of shaming fact is Clarke knew nothing about the guy and slept with him anyway. Neither had time to fall in love so can’t claim heartbreak when  he didn’t have he heart and she didn’t have his.  Both need to be held responsible for their actions.

I’m talking about this confession, and some of the other posts I have seen where Clarke is shamed for sleeping with him after ten days—but I admit that you are right. Finn has also had his fair share of hate on this.

Clarke herself told Finn that he broke her heart—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-XT-rv8QEk

She felt heartbroken on how they had shared a connection, acted on it in a sexual manner, and then how he went back to Raven and tried to pretend that nothing happened. I know he felt guilt in this, but it doesn’t stop the fact that Clarke was heartbroken at this because she had grown to care for Finn, and felt something for him.

Again Clarke can’t claim heartbreak after she willingly slept with a guy she knew nothing about. Did she even stop to ask him about his life on the Ark, his family, and past loves? And she slept with him a little over a week after meeting him. Finn’s in the wrong for cheating on his girlfriend but Clarke made a choice and had to deal with the consequences.

Yes, she can claim heartbreak as I said previously—she cared for him. She felt something for him, and then acted on it, and then it all fell apart. Just because she made a choice and faced the consequences, that does not mean she can’t feel heartbreak over how it turned out.

Clarke felt heartbroken because Finn acted like what they shared never happened. Finn went back to Raven without talking to Clarke and at least trying to explain what had happened. That is hurtful, and it hurt Clarke—she had every right to feel the way she did and tell him that.

To have their heartbroken one has to actually give their heart. Which requires actually getting to know the person. BTW when Finn tried to explain after the fact Clarke didn’t want to hear it

(Source: confessionsofagrounder)

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theonehundredconfessions:

I used to like Jasper but I find him really annoying since he made that comment about ‘low hanging fruit’. I know he was supposed to be being a jerk, but he genuinely seems to think that way. Octavia owes him nothing romantically, she’s treated him with respect and friendship but all he does is pine after her like some goddess on a pedestal, getting annoyed and jealous when she doesn’t like him back. He seems to think girls are prizes to be won.

theonehundredconfessions:

I used to like Jasper but I find him really annoying since he made that comment about ‘low hanging fruit’. I know he was supposed to be being a jerk, but he genuinely seems to think that way. Octavia owes him nothing romantically, she’s treated him with respect and friendship but all he does is pine after her like some goddess on a pedestal, getting annoyed and jealous when she doesn’t like him back. He seems to think girls are prizes to be won.

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i-shall-move-on-in-life:

fantasiesromancechicklits:

i-shall-move-on-in-life:

He did break Clarke’s heart—he slept her and made her feel like her cared for her, and then went back to Raven without even talking about this properly with her.
Also, Finn didn’t have to sleep with Clarke after ten days, either. Why is it only Clarke that is shamed for this?

Finn has had his  share of shaming fact is Clarke knew nothing about the guy and slept with him anyway. Neither had time to fall in love so can’t claim heartbreak when  he didn’t have he heart and she didn’t have his.  Both need to be held responsible for their actions.

I’m talking about this confession, and some of the other posts I have seen where Clarke is shamed for sleeping with him after ten days—but I admit that you are right. Finn has also had his fair share of hate on this.
Clarke herself told Finn that he broke her heart—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-XT-rv8QEk
She felt heartbroken on how they had shared a connection, acted on it in a sexual manner, and then how he went back to Raven and tried to pretend that nothing happened. I know he felt guilt in this, but it doesn’t stop the fact that Clarke was heartbroken at this because she had grown to care for Finn, and felt something for him.

Again Clarke can’t claim heartbreak after she willingly slept with a guy she knew nothing about. Did she even stop to ask him about his life on the Ark, his family, and past loves? And she slept with him a little over a week after meeting him. Finn’s in the wrong for cheating on his girlfriend but Clarke made a choice and had to deal with the consequences.

i-shall-move-on-in-life:

fantasiesromancechicklits:

i-shall-move-on-in-life:

He did break Clarke’s heart—he slept her and made her feel like her cared for her, and then went back to Raven without even talking about this properly with her.

Also, Finn didn’t have to sleep with Clarke after ten days, either. Why is it only Clarke that is shamed for this?

Finn has had his  share of shaming fact is Clarke knew nothing about the guy and slept with him anyway. Neither had time to fall in love so can’t claim heartbreak when  he didn’t have he heart and she didn’t have his.  Both need to be held responsible for their actions.

I’m talking about this confession, and some of the other posts I have seen where Clarke is shamed for sleeping with him after ten days—but I admit that you are right. Finn has also had his fair share of hate on this.

Clarke herself told Finn that he broke her heart—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-XT-rv8QEk

She felt heartbroken on how they had shared a connection, acted on it in a sexual manner, and then how he went back to Raven and tried to pretend that nothing happened. I know he felt guilt in this, but it doesn’t stop the fact that Clarke was heartbroken at this because she had grown to care for Finn, and felt something for him.

Again Clarke can’t claim heartbreak after she willingly slept with a guy she knew nothing about. Did she even stop to ask him about his life on the Ark, his family, and past loves? And she slept with him a little over a week after meeting him. Finn’s in the wrong for cheating on his girlfriend but Clarke made a choice and had to deal with the consequences.

(Source: confessionsofagrounder)

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Aug 18 2014
i-shall-move-on-in-life:

He did break Clarke’s heart—he slept her and made her feel like her cared for her, and then went back to Raven without even talking about this properly with her.
Also, Finn didn’t have to sleep with Clarke after ten days, either. Why is it only Clarke that is shamed for this?

Finn has had his  share of shaming fact is Clarke knew nothing about the guy and slept with him anyway. Neither had time to fall in love so can’t claim heartbreak when  he didn’t have he heart and she didn’t have his.  Both need to be held responsible for their actions.

i-shall-move-on-in-life:

He did break Clarke’s heart—he slept her and made her feel like her cared for her, and then went back to Raven without even talking about this properly with her.

Also, Finn didn’t have to sleep with Clarke after ten days, either. Why is it only Clarke that is shamed for this?

Finn has had his  share of shaming fact is Clarke knew nothing about the guy and slept with him anyway. Neither had time to fall in love so can’t claim heartbreak when  he didn’t have he heart and she didn’t have his.  Both need to be held responsible for their actions.

(Source: confessionsofagrounder)

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theonehundredconfessions:

I can’t stand Clarke

theonehundredconfessions:

I can’t stand Clarke

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