Friends final words

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gleeksandtheirconfessions:

It really bothers me that Rachel sent someone to a crack house and just got a slap on the wrist while kurt only said mr schue was uptight and he got sent to the principles office

gleeksandtheirconfessions:

It really bothers me that Rachel sent someone to a crack house and just got a slap on the wrist while kurt only said mr schue was uptight and he got sent to the principles office


gleeksandtheirconfessions:

I would have preferred it if, in The First Time, one of the Glee members could have told a story about having an awkward first time having sex! The way they portrayed it made it out to be something that everyone naturally knows how to do straight away, when in actual fact it’s usually an amusing or awkward experience! It would have been a lot more reassuring to Glee fans to tell them how it really is, rather than making it seem like an experience that should be absolutely perfect first time.

gleeksandtheirconfessions:

I would have preferred it if, in The First Time, one of the Glee members could have told a story about having an awkward first time having sex! The way they portrayed it made it out to be something that everyone naturally knows how to do straight away, when in actual fact it’s usually an amusing or awkward experience! It would have been a lot more reassuring to Glee fans to tell them how it really is, rather than making it seem like an experience that should be absolutely perfect first time.


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A double act, also known as a comedy duo, is a comic pairing in which humor is derived from the uneven relationship between two partners, usually of the same gender, age, ethnic origin and profession but drastically different in terms of personality or behavior. (x)

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gleeksandtheirconfessions:

I still miss Cory each and every day. More than I ever thought I would.

gleeksandtheirconfessions:

I still miss Cory each and every day. More than I ever thought I would.



run-jog-race:

Hi guys! I don’t usually ask you guys for money or whatever, but this is an exception. Next week I’ll be running the Shelton Striders 10K (my very first official 10K), and I’ll be doing it to fundraise for the National Autistic Society.

It’s a cause very close to my heart, as my cousin is severely autistic and my aunt eventually had to go through the heartbreaking process of sending her to a residential home where she could be better cared for. She had to do this because it was getting too dangerous to have her at home where she couldn’t be properly catered too (she was growing up and it was hard to keep her under control when she was in one of her rages). This was a terrible experience for her and her other daughter - imagine having to send your child, who you love to bits, away from home.

I’ve seen firsthand the problems and stresses that raising an autistic child can bring to a family, and I want to help raise money for a cause that helps with caring for autistic people nationwide.

Therefore I’m asking for donations and sponsorship from you guys, my amazing followers. This is no selfish cause, it’s for a charity, and I hope that you can maybe spare a pound or two just to help out. I’m sure a few of you have autistic friends or relatives yourself, and you know what trials and tribulations it can bring.

Even if you can’t donate, it would be brilliant if you could reblog this so that others can see it!

Here is the link to my JustGiving page:
https://www.justgiving.com/Niamh-Hughes1/

~Niamh

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