Look you need to back off the Gallagher house. If you don’t - you’ll be sorry.
thealexiad said: honestly one thing that makes me sad is that karen and ian never had a chance to reconcile (also it makes me really sad when i think of her saying "Nobody's ever there to see how great I'm doing, and I'm really, really doing great." like she said it so enthusiastically i'm ??? it seemed to be one thing that she could be proud of that was totally divorced from the shame her father put her through?) (but yeah i think ian and karen could get along better than they (almost exclusively ian) realized)
Yes, I mean Ian didn’t even give her a chance and continually insulted her. Karen never said anything mean about him. There’s a lot in common between Ian and Karen though — in terms of older men using and sexually abusing them, having mentally ill mothers, having terrible fathers who abuse them, and feeling invisible. You would think as an only child, Karen would receive a lot of attention and be spoiled. It wasn’t like that though. She spent a lot of time trying to help her mother, and suffering her father’s oppressive views. She wanted someone to love and notice her, but no one took notice of her unless she was doing something awful. She was smart though, and excelled in school. She helped her mother as best as she could growing up. She wanted her dad to love her again like he did when she was little. Ultimately, she ended up feeling isolated and that’s something Ian could relate to.
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I just wanna kiss cute girls. and cute boys. cute people, really. I just wanna kiss everyone.
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Geometric watercolor-like tattoos by Russian based artist Sasha Unisex
1932, Chinese-American pilots Hazel Ying Lee and Virginia Wong (via You May Not Know About The First Chinese Americans, But You Should)
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We played soccer and four square in the dark. It was so much fucking fun. I even scored a goal and I’m so proud of myself.
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