So, you’re scared of dying? Which part scares you the most? Some people fear the lack of legacy they will leave behind, or rather their inflated perfectionist ego is petrified that they, destined for greatness, will only amount to a simple pile of ash and dust? Others fear the tragic loss of those around them, or perhaps the fact that they will have to leave someone else behind. Or, if you’re like me, you fear the more biological implications of death; you won’t exist, won’t feel, and worst of all, you won’t be conscious. People attempt to comfort you with the fact that you won’t know, because you’re dead, of course, but this just makes it worse. You would literally rather there be no life at all except yourself than you not existing, because the idea of not being is that terrifying to you… (It’s times like this I wish I was raised in an incredibly religious family that gave me some sort of hope for after I pull the plug). Exciting stuff, right? Well, wherever you fall, if it’s 3 am and you can’t sleep because you’re contemplating the elasticity of time and realise that your existence will be over faster than you can scream any outburst of profanity on your mind, continue reading, and channel that energy into being scared of death *in style*.
I would say that it’s the end of term and I’m too tired to write a proper article, but the truth is that that we’re just stooping to Buzzfeed’s level here at Unconquered Peaks.
How I Met Your Mother vs Friends: Who Will Take the Cake?
Ok, Gossip Girl. Let’s face it, all of the characters are trash. Genuinely awful. The worst. They make countless horrendous decisions, turn against everyone they love, sabotage their best friends in genuinely terrible ways, and we absolutely love it. I can never decide whether I love to hate this show, or hate to love it, but either way, it has been an absolute staple throughout my adolescent years, and I find immense enjoyment in living vicariously through these unrealistically attractive, filthy rich, abhorrent upper east siders. Having watched all 6 seasons front to back (all 85ish glorious hours), near 5 or 6 times, it’s safe to say I have opinions. Here’s a list of all of the characters that actually had some sort of lasting impact on the show (@ all of the random love interests/filler friends that continually cropped up throughout all 121 episodes, you’re canceled), ranking them from genuine garbage to kind of ok. Also, spoilers.
Hi guys. My name is Anna Healy, and I am a Netflix addict. Many an afternoon I have ignored my coursework in favour of an age-old TV-binge (sidenote: please don’t do this your teachers will kill me), therefore I am here to share my carefully curated wisdom.