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  1. Public Bookmark 6

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    "We're not girlfriends.”

    “Aren't we? I bring you breakfast, I bring you dinner, I give you massages, I sleep over, I use your toothbrush—“

    “What?”

    “I'm kidding. Jesus, Annalise, I'm not a monster.”

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    06 Jan 2020

  2. Rec 15

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    The last time Jughead and Archie ever talk is over the phone on the Friday before the 4th of July, and the last thing Jughead ever says to Archie is, That’s bullshit. This whole thing is bullshit. If you didn’t want to be friends anymore, Archie, that was all you had to tell me.

    He spits the sentence out angrily into his phone, hears the way Archie’s breath hitches, and then hangs up the call before Archie gets the chance to say anything at all.

    The next Monday, early in the morning, Dilton Doiley and his group of scouts spot Jason and Cheryl Blossom carrying a soaked body to the shore of Sweetwater, and when they rush down to help, they see the limp face of Archie Andrews, as pale as he’s ever been.

    (or: Archie dies on July 4th, 2016 instead of Jason Blossom.)

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    17 Dec 2019

  3. Rec 19

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    She’s good at it, now: being what people need her to be. Not what they want, not what they think they need, but what they actually need. Slut, drug dealer, murderer – it’s all just a different name for something other. Something besides you. She’s good at it, being something-besides-you. She’s great. Smears her eyeshadow in layers thick as bruises around her eyes, spits out her words and chews them back up until everyone looks over her, just another liar, just another drop-out. Nothing. Nothing.

    It’s better this way. It’s better that no one sees anything in her. It’s better.

     

    (A character study of Rebecca Sutter.)

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    03 Jun 2019

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    Character study at its finest.

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