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❄️Sarah NightOwl
💗&🥑 always wins. Lover of fluffy animals. Fighter for Sense8. Criminal Minds, Pentatonix & Fall Out Boy Stan. Reader of 📚. Proud Hufflepuff.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 13
If you say that “I’m not going to hang out with this person because s/he’s a(n) (insert race/religion/sex,gender/etc/etc).” you’re separating yourself from a whole lot of people that could have made great friends. Well, that’s what I think anyways.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 8
Replying to @Choco_Latte2790
Sam, I feel thoroughly insecure a lot, and I always felt weird and awkward, but I also always thought you were cool, nice, and very funny. Sorry if it’s redundant. You accepted and talked to me, that’s what makes you so cool and kindhearted. You deserve to have a lot of friends.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 8
Replying to @Choco_Latte2790
I was so pleasantly surprised, I literally thought, “WOW! She actually considers me a friend, that’s freaking amazing.” I really always thought you were kind, compassionate, and super cool. I felt insecure because I couldn’t believe that you’d ever see me as a friend.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 8
Just to help you feel less insecure, I never stopped liking you. Even when I first started watching you, I thought you were the coolest BookTube girl ever. When you actually considered me as your friend, I couldn’t even believe it. I was a big fan of your channel.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 7
Replying to @_theCamillion
You’re amazingly cute, little pixie Cammy~💕 Way too precious!
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 6
Replying to @puckspaperbacks
Or watch the rest later. Kinda like what you do with tv shows, no wait...nevermind.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 6
Replying to @delennjadzia
A stage fall? Is that like a fake fall? As in “staged fall” or “stage fall” as in accidentally tripping on stage?
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 5
Replying to @squibblesreads
It remains a magical read, and I want to reread it right away. Everything comes together in the end, in a way. I don’t consider this a spoiler because the statement is too specific. I owe it to , for introducing me to the book, .
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 5
If I were , which I’m not, I feel like Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng would be like my Carry On. Meaning the book that I’m obsessed with, and want to listen to over and over. I know it’s strange, since the plot isn’t exciting or about cool stuff like magic.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 3
Replying to @Samsnonsense
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 3
Replying to @Samsnonsense
I’m still here, girlie! You can talk to me~💗💗💗💗💗💗
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 3
Replying to @The_Stonecreek
Why do you have to ask the question, can’t you just leave it?
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 3
Replying to @The_Stonecreek
Don’t thank me.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 3
Replying to @The_Stonecreek
80% It was kind of rushed, and the characters aren’t introduced very well, it was pretty okay if you like action and visual effects. I’d recommend the book over the movie.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 3
Replying to @The_Stonecreek
It’s okay. Very different than the book, character descriptions scenes, and plot are mixed and changed. There are as much changes I really didn’t like, as there are that I did like.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 3
Replying to @Choco_Latte2790
Correction: I liked one particular character changes they made. I don’t think they needed to change every single character though, Aech lacked her backstory and some of her physical features she had in the book. The movie rushed into everything too fast.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 3
Replying to @Choco_Latte2790
I still can’t say I loved it as much as other people did. There were so much changes, it was way too much. Scenes were out of order, I was so interested to see Wade’s plan play out. I do like the character changes added. is like a 75% movie.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 3
Went to see today, and it was pretty good. A little bit above just being okay, but still not to “good” zone. I did read and enjoyed the book. Yes, the movie is going to be different from the book because they can’t keep everything the same.
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 2
4 of 5 stars to The Giver by Lois Lowry
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❄️Sarah NightOwl Apr 2
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