Well, I’ve been posting my monthly themes since March, so why stop now? Even tho we’re in June, my June theme is still a work in progress, and since I hadn’t posted my May spreads here, there you go 🤍💜 I hope you enjoy it!
There aren’t many people following me, but please, if you see this, don’t repost 💫
6.23.21 | i am also very late for this BUT happy birthday kwon soonyoung you absolute legend i’ll never forget how you yelled at mingyu during don’t lie II but then debuted solo later with one of the sexiest songs of 2021. go big or go home
6.22.21 | i am very late but i made this bujo spread for the 8th anniversary of the bangtan bois! i have not been as involved recently with the fandom (for a variety of reasons, the first being that it is hard to listen to fandom screaming all the time when you are busy) but the boys will always have a special place in my heart and be like my family a million miles away. thanks for being my eternal goofballs <3
When I bought this book, I naturally had high expectations. I didn't read it during high school but it seemed like everyone had, and liked it too. So it was even more disappointing when I found it hard to even complete a chapter of this book.
Now I know, having shaded 1984 before you might think I'm biased to hate classics but I'm really not. I wanted to enjoy this book. As a teenager I loved the idea of an angsty teenager that hates everything. I wanted to relate to it. But you really can have too much of a good thing and this book proves that. It was too teenager angst. It was too ~I hate everything~ to the point that it becomes obvious that if I were to ever meet Holden in real life I'd surely leave thinking I met the most whiny and obnoxious person ever. Even though, I know he isn't like it. And the reason I know that is because it's literally told to me. Which is the next biggest problem I had with this book. You don't need to spoon feed emotions to readers. You can show them through actions and thought patterns and interpretations of the smallest objects and trust your audience to understand. Something this book hugely lacked. Perhaps if I had read it when I was 14, or atmost 16, which I suppose is the intended age for the book, I would've enjoyed it. I might have even found it relatable. But as of now, I'm glad it's over and I don't think I'll ever pick it up again.
Once again do feel free to let me know your impression of the book or if you disagree with something I said. I always look forward to that <3