how do white people interpret “that’s a valid point, but this is not the right post on which to discuss it” as “your pain doesn’t matter”
y’all really gotta step up your reading comprehension skills on tumblr dot com
Summary: Going to New Orleans was suppose to help Bonnie with the Expressions that tainted her but she soon finds out there’s much more to the Big Easy than she thought.
Q:I know it's horrible, but honestly? let jeremy cheat or simply return Liv's flirtation because Bonnie needs to realize that this relationship needs to go. I don't like to see Bonnie hurt, but it'll be for the greater good tbh.
Lol. While I don’t like the fact that Bonnie is getting shitted on again and they are going to play on her insecurities again, I’m all for Beremy breaking up in whatever way. I just want her to realize that she can do so much better than a child that’s still having parent/teacher conferences. IDC.
But the thing is: If Jeremy does cheat, would the writers really give Bonnie the opportunity to move on? I have no faith in that. This cycle will just keep going. Jeremy will fuck up, Bonnie gets hurt but eventually finds it in her selfless heart to forgive him. The writers have reduced Bonnie to a character with no respect or dignity so I really don’t see story line leading to anything positive for her in the long run.
Exactly. Outside of Jeremy, Bonnie has only ever gotten attention from the 5 black dudes within a 100 mile radius of MF and at this point, 3 are dead, she’s related to 1 and the other is in jail. They won’t let her have anyone else other than Jeremy, otherwise she’s just alone, being the shoulder her friends cry on when one of their toys gets them the wrong bouqet.
I have said it before but I’m saying it for real this time, she either needs to die, or move, but otherwise I just want her far away from this toxic shit. And alone is better than with a chronic cheater. (If it goes that route)
I understand people saying that Jeremy didn't do anything necessarily wrong because he didn't encourage Liz
Granted he is still a kid and a human being and who doesn’t like attention.
But I have a big issue with Bonnie having to fight for him again, AT ALL. She lost him to Anna at one point, got her first real taste of dark magic because of him and died for him. She’s done more than enough sacrificing…
Twins Jennifer and June Gibbons became notorious in the ’80s when they carried out a two-woman crime spree at age 18 that resulted in both sisters being declared psychopaths and sent to England’s most famous high-security hospital for the criminally insane. However, they already had plenty of experience being creepy before that: As kids they were known as “the silent twins” because they refused to speak to anyone but each other, and even then they used their own secret language that no one else could understand.
Born to Barbadian parents and raised in Wales, Jennifer and June refused to read or write in school, but at home it was the opposite: They read voraciously and filled dozens of diaries with writing, including full novels with names like The Pepsi-Cola Addict and Discomania. Like all children, they liked to play games, but rather than settling for Barbies or Monopoly, they had bizarre rituals where they decided which one would wake up in the morning first or which one would breathe first, and the other one wasn’t allowed to do anything until the first one did so.
Their relationship was complicated. On one hand, they were best friends, and on the other, they occasionally tried to kill each other — Jennifer tried to strangle June with the cord of a radio, and June responded by throwing Jennifer off a bridge. Their odd behavior escalated as they grew older and turned to petty theft and arson. It was at this point that their parents realized there might be something wrong with the girls and agreed to have them committed (and if they hadn’t, the authorities probably would have insisted)
It was toward the end of their 14-year stay at Broadmoor Hospital that the twins would pull off their magnum opus. One day, they told their only friend, journalist Marjorie Wallace (author of their biography, published years earlier), that one of them wouldn’t make it out of the hospital alive. Jennifer just looked at Wallace and said, “I’m going to die. We’ve decided.”
You see, the twins had realized that they could never be free or normal as long as they were both alive, and so, according to Wallace and later interviews by a reformed June, Jennifer agreed to be the one to die. And what do you know, on the day that they were being transferred to a lower security hospital, Jennifer suddenly passed away from a rare heart problem that was never fully explained. As predicted, June became considerably less creepy after she stopped being a twin, and today she lives a quiet life with her family. Which somehow just makes all of the above even weirder.
I remember reading about them.
Fuck me sideways. I’m a student of the odd and mysterious, and yet I have never heard of these two before. I gotta go see about this story. Thank you for posting this.
This creepy as hell
but does her new family know or…..