Communications textbook talking about bonding and interpersonal relationships like you don’t need to remind me I’m single you piece of shit book
I threw the book out the window who’s laughing now bitch.
Thirty Day Novel Challenge →
Valley of the Damned
↳ Day Four: Describe your inspiration and what message you want to bring across:
The inspiration for Valley of the Damned came from, both, a short story prompt that floated by on tumblr one day, as well as an epiphany of how society is perceived in this modern era and the way religion affects that. Which becomes a round point in what kind of message I’d like to bring across — that religion is an everyday factor in our life whether we believe in it or not, and that the choices we make have consequences that we have to live with.
when raleigh walks around and does the thing (◕‿◕✿)
The twerking episode was the ABSOLUTE WORST. I would probably be fine with those topics if they handled it appropriately! But they didn’t! They threw it around and treated it like a joke. And the lack of development in a lot of their characters is atrocious!
AMEN. And, you know, the show does have the occasional good plot line that makes me fall in love with it, but my God, they ruin it with all that other shit they throw on it as well.
I hate cardboard characters. Kitty was the worst, and we finally saw something with her confession with Ryder…..and then the producers ruined it with the shit she pulled on Artie. They have the best kind of idea for this show — it was popular. And they ruined it.
And don’t get me started on all that crap they put on Burt Hummel. That poor man :(
The sad thing is, it used to be a legitimately good show. I used to fawn over Lea Michele and Naya Rivera and cry in my own little corner of feels, crackships and songs but now I’m like… the fuck is this shit?
It did! I used to love this show and Santana Lopez was my Queen. But throwing around plot lines like Eating Disorders and Cancer and Molestation? And that shooting episode? Oh Hell no. I’m dying from the cultural appropriation and stereotyping. When did this become an okay thing to put on television in front of children?
God, I’m sorry but I needed to rant.