It was very clear at the end of season 1 that she had found her new family but that unanswered question is something that will always burn for her.
Maurissa on Skye’s search for her family (x)

and you know who may have some info on that…

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darkdamon:

Why? He’s a werewolf, he needs to die, I’m willing to kill him, it’s win-win.

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winchestersarrow:

Celebrities Warn Against The Dangers Of Binge-Watching TV [x]

You’ll start going crazy.

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iloveyoudearly:

you’re just w e a k

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The other big change on 1989 is that for the first time in years, there are no diss tracks dishing about Swift’s exes. A few of the songs are about her relationships and love life, but they’re mostly wistful and nostalgic, not finger-pointy or score-settling. “Different phases of your life have different levels of deep, traumatizing heartbreak,” Swift says. “And in this period of my life, my heart was not irreparably broken. So it’s not as boy-centric of an album, because my life hasn’t been boycentric.

The other big change on 1989 is that for the first time in years, there are no diss tracks dishing about Swift’s exes. A few of the songs are about her relationships and love life, but they’re mostly wistful and nostalgic, not finger-pointy or score-settling. “Different phases of your life have different levels of deep, traumatizing heartbreak,” Swift says. “And in this period of my life, my heart was not irreparably broken. So it’s not as boy-centric of an album, because my life hasn’t been boycentric.

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sabrielshipping-charliebartlett:

"We’re preparing you for the real world"

I don’t meant to alarm you but

the real world has calculators

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