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  • Idek at this point

    The latest episode was just so WOW… I mean, I bet there is a lot that episode told us that we just haven’t figured out yet.

     E. Lamb has to have been majorly important even though he probably said just 3 lines. The important thing is what he didn’t say:

    - Why did he stole THAT pictures and not every other one where Miss D is painted as a liar, with demons and all?

    - Why did he call a meeting with Ezra right after he saw Aria?

    - What does he know?!

    Yeah, these were just a few questions I came up with in the moment but maybe there’s more. Usually the scenes that matter the most are those that last the least (see what I did there), so I think the part when Ezra tells Aria “yo, Eddie just completely bailed on me after he arranged a meeting” is important.

    Aria left Radley in a hurry.

    Eddie saw her, followed her and acted rather sketchy. He probably knew she knew he was the one dropping off the painting. Now, that doesn’t really give him a motive to arrange a top-importance-super-asap-sos-meeting.  

    So if that meeting was so important and triggered by Aria’s behavior, why did he never show up?

    I think he was going to spill the beans to Ezra. I think maybe he didn’t know Aria knew so he was going to tell Ezra: “Aria, your ex is in Radley, acting suspicious, being accused of stealing stuff and looking for things.” 

    If that’s the case, then he would finally tell what he has known all along. As I have said previously, everything links back to a Radley sub plotline and strangely enough Eddie seems to have all the keys to solve it.

    Every time a door to Radley opens, e’s there. He was there with Mona, with Spencer, with Marion and now, he’s there with, you guessed it, the Bethany Young affair. How come he knows so much?

    "He is big on self-preservation" Spencer

    Up until now, Eddie Lamb had always told us enough to create an intrigue, but never enough to solve it. He has been leaving clues floating since he first appeared. This makes me believe he knows it’s dangerous to tell. He knows he can never say too much. He knows it’s never safe

    And now, after he appears to be letting go of that preservation, he doesn’t show up? That doesn’t add up!

    My guess is that the person or people behind the Bethany Young mystery made him evaporate. 

    Hopefully not, I want to see more of him! I hope I am wrong on the evaporation thing and that next week he shows up with some lame excuse as to why he couldn’t make it! Maybe -A blackmailed him? 

    AT THIS POINT, I AM JUST HOLDING ON TO EVERY PIECE OF INFORMATION



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    damonsinsanity:

    Vampire Diaries’ Julie Plec: Elena Has Lost the Man She Thought She’d Spend Eternity

    Omg… this made so emotional… for the last months I’ve been avoiding facing TVD and stuff but it’s just like rght around the corner… I can’t stand this! I am getting too emotional, god, I’m far too attached to this damn tv show.

    (Source: itwasalwaysdamon)

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  • Theory

    I have been thinking this for a while now… PLL didn’t begin when Ali’s body was found, it begun one Halloween when Ali got the first text. 

    Mona was original A- so Mona was the one sending that text. 

    If you pay attention, -A in the first two series threaten to expose their secrets. -A only cared about their secrets, it was truly blackmail. “Do this and nothing will happen. Do that and no one will know about xxx”. Mona wanted to get vengeance, a vendetta, something because for years she was bullied, and when she got to be the Queen B and best friends with Hannah, she had to face losing her bff to the girls who one mistreated her.

    Okay, okay, okay that’s what we know about Mona’s motive but is it really enough to make her detest Ali so much? Of course, Mona does have a mental problem. I don’t remember if we were told what mental problem, but I am guessing maybe she’s bipolar? I don’t know. But is it really enough to gather an army, waste time and money on torturing those girls, finding dirt on everyone, etc? And how did she manage to control an entire town, on her own, for about two years? Yes, because -A controlled everything.

    My guess is that the real -A, the one who created the A Team, led Mona into believing she was calling the shots. The real A was an adult, I am pretty sure about that, and used all of those people who hated Ali in her advantage. Meanwhile, -A was busy planning and plotting, looking for Ali, and the Mona team was scaring the girls, once again, with heir secrets.

    Eventually, -A “steals” the game from Mona and starts calling the shots. That’s when the threats are no longer about exposing, but about hurting. The real -A wants the girls to suffer, want Alison to be in pain and is not afraid to kill, sabotage, bribe or do anything to achieve that. If you analyze this kind of behavior, it could fit right into a mental problem called neurosis:

     functional mental disorders involving distress but neither delusions nor hallucinations, whereby behavior is not outside socially acceptable norms.

    Meaning that this person can function in society. This person doesn’t look deranged or crazy. This person looks like your average town person, only, it’s not.

    There are many forms of neurosis: obsessive–compulsive disorderanxiety neurosishysteria (in which anxiety may be discharged through a physical symptom), and a nearly endless variety of phobias as well as obsessions such as pyromania.

    effects of neurosis can involve:

    anxiety, sadness or depression, anger, irritability, mental confusion, low sense of self-worth, etc., behavioral symptoms such as phobic avoidance, vigilance, impulsive and compulsive acts, lethargy, etc., cognitive problems such as unpleasant or disturbing thoughts, repetition of thoughts and obsession, habitual fantasizing, negativity and cynicism, etc. Interpersonally, neurosis involves dependency, aggressiveness, perfectionism, schizoid isolation, socio-culturally inappropriate behaviors, etc.[6]

    So what am I saying? I’m saying that the real -A team begun in Radley before that Halloween when Ali got the text. 

    I think Marion Cavanaugh is black veil/A and that she and Bethany Young united against the DiLaurentis’ woman. Why? I don’t have any idea, but I think we are getting clues on this matter, we just haven’t been smart enough. 

    I think Marion had neurosis, and that whatever happened between her and Jessica was very, very, very huge. Marlene said we would feel sorry for -A and understand or sympathize with it’s motives, so if we could sympathize, what’s to prevent other people from doing it? I think that she faked her death and gathered her own army. Then, she gave the initial game to Mona and to those who hated Ali and were happy she was gone. 

    Mona wanted Ali gone; uber A doesn’t. Mona just wants an Ali-free life; uber A want and needs to completely destroy her and the girls. 

    I also realized that contrary to what I said in my Marion theory, the key did not revolve around Jessica otherwise, she wouldn’t have been killed. A wants to punish, so why would she kill Jessica and not Ali? Why not torture them both? Was the killing of Jessica only a way to upset Ali even more? 

    This was a very long post, and I’m sorry, but I feel like Marlene has been giving us clues after clues and we have to just learn a way to look at them with the proper lens. Maybe we have almost every piece to the puzzle and all we need is to figure out how those pieces fit in together.



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  • Books in PLL 1

    So guys I had this idea, of making like a series of “books featured in PLL” where I write down their plots and think of how they relate to the show because in all honesty, the show is told in the details and not in the breakthroughs… So yeah…

    First book- To Kill A Mockingbird

    The story takes place during three years (1933–35) of the Great Depression in the fictional “tired old town” of Maycomb, Alabama, the seat of Maycomb County. It focuses on six-year-old Scout Finch, who lives with her older brother, Jem, and their widowed father, Atticus, a middle-aged lawyer. Jem and Scout befriend a boy named Dill, who visits Maycomb to stay with his aunt each summer. The three children are terrified of, and fascinated by, their neighbor, the reclusive ”Boo” Radley. The adults of Maycomb are hesitant to talk about Boo, and, for many years few have seen him. The children feed one another’s imagination with rumors about his appearance and reasons for remaining hidden, and they fantasize about how to get him out of his house. After two summers of friendship with Dill, Scout and Jem find that someone leaves them small gifts in a tree outside the Radley place. Several times the mysterious Boo makes gestures of affection to the children, but, to their disappointment, he never appears in person.

    Afterwards, what happens is that Atticus, the children’s father, has to defend a black man accused of raping a white woman although the whole town doesn’t approve of that. During trial, it is proven that the black man was indeed innocent and that the towns drunk (Ewell) was lying. However, eventually they convict the Tom, the black man, just because of his skin color.

    Despite Tom’s conviction Bob Ewell is humiliated by the events of the trial, and vows revenge. He spits in Atticus’ face, tries to break into the judge’s house, and menaces Tom Robinson’s widow. Finally, he attacks the defenseless Jem and Scout while they walk home on a dark night after the school Halloweenpageant. One of Jem’s arms is broken in the struggle, but amid the confusion someone comes to the children’s rescue. The mysterious man carries Jem home, where Scout realizes that he is Boo Radley.

    Sheriff Tate arrives and discovers that Bob Ewell has died during the fight. The sheriff argues with Atticus about the prudence and ethics of charging Jem (whom Atticus believes to be responsible) or Boo (whom Tate believes to be responsible). Atticus eventually accepts the sheriff’s story that Ewell simply fell on his own knife. Boo asks Scout to walk him home, and after she says goodbye to him at his front door he disappears again. While standing on the Radley porch, Scout imagines life from Boo’s perspective, and regrets that they had never repaid him for the gifts he had given them.

    I see A LOT of resemblances between this book and PLL. The mysterious Boo Radley character, who reminds me both of -A and of Alison but also, of the mystery that surrounds the Radley Sanitarium. So we know that Rosewood’s Radley was named after the mysterious do-gooder that helped the siblings (who IMO remind me of Jenna and Toby, or maybe, of Jenna and a certain little twin?). Also, the book also reaches a climax on Halloween,just like in PLL when Ali gets the first threat. 

    The last lines of the summary, also led me to think something… What if -A did something for someone, and that certain someone decided to join -A’s crusade as a repayment? What if PLL is the “sequel” of the action of this book, more or less, and Marlene King gave us the key to figure it all out just when the show started. In season 1 the book was mentioned more than once, and you see, there are no coincidences in Rosewood so what if what we’re looking at is the story of how the -A team begun?

    BESIDES, the author, Lee, said he had a friend just like Dill. That friend was prone to making up really good stories.

    Lee modeled the character of Dill on her childhood friend, Truman Capote, known then as Truman Persons.[15][16] Just as Dill lived next door to Scout during the summer, Capote lived next door to Lee with his aunts while his mother visited New York City.[17] Like Dill, Capote had an impressive imagination and a gift for fascinating stories. Both Lee and Capote were atypical children: both loved to read. Lee was a scrappy tomboy who was quick to fight, but Capote was ridiculed for his advanced vocabulary and lisp. She and Capote made up and acted out stories they wrote on an old Underwood typewriter Lee’s father gave them. They became good friends when both felt alienated from their peers; Capote called the two of them “apart people”.[18] In 1960, Capote and Lee traveled to Kansas together to investigate the multiple murders that were the basis for Capote’s nonfiction novel In Cold Blood.

    So guys I know this is a bit inconclusive, and messy and not too helpful but this could be something. Like, I think every book given a spotlight in PLL is a piece of the puzzle and if we contrast their plots maybe we’ll get to know the truth! I am pretty confident about that!

    P.S. In the biography of the author, it is said that his mother dies from Neurosis (Neurosis is a class of functional mental disorders involving distress but neither delusions nor hallucinations, whereby behavior is not outside socially acceptable norms.[1] Those suffering from it are said to be neurotic.).

    Once again, this led me back to, you guessed it, Marion! Everything kind of leads back to Radley and to Marion, and this book is proof of that!



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  • CRAZY THOUGHT HERE

    Just a thought, just a spark of a theory here that is again, probably NOTHING and this is very far fetched, and very, very, very unlikely to be this way but bear with me and my hyper-imagination.

    What if Bethany Young and Sarah Harvey were the same person?

    Sarah was the Ali parallel, and we all know Ali liked to pretend to be someone else. So what if Bethany pretended to be Sarah Harvey? Leading an Ali-like double life or something.

    I know, I know very very very cray-cray but I thought it was worth the shot. If you can think of a theory that makes any sense and incorporates this, do tell me about it btw! 



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  • I feel like I’m the only tumbler (?) who doesn’t have any Tumblr friends and who has no idea of how to socialize in this media… With that said, I also don’t have any twitter friends and I tweet a lot. A big lot. 

    I guess I wasn’t made for internet friends. Scratch the internet bit off, please.



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  • Melissa

    Another quick thought here. I was browsing the web trying to find possible pll clues and I realized that Melissa is a widow! Okay, I already knew that but the minute I read “Melissa Hastings - marital status: widowed” something clicked.

    What other widow do we know on the show?

    THE BLACK WIDOW! 

    Could it be? Maybe? I don’t know, once again, just a quick thought nothing elaborate just something that just came into my mind.



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  • Jason and the dogs

    So guys this is probably no big deal, and I do not wish to make a fuss out of it but I noticed something weird about Jason… 

    In some episode in season 2 (I think it was the first or second, I really am not sure but it was within the first episodes) a dog comes to his garden and it starts smelling the ground. Jason gets super furious and very irritated by the dog, as if he was scared of dogs or scared the dog might find something?

    I would’ve totally let this slip by if it weren’t for the fact that in the Whirly Girlie episode this season, when we were introduced to Pepe (who discovered Jessica’s body) Jason freaked out as well. He was all like “omg take that dog away from me! IT’S NOT MOM’S JUST STOP!”. 

    So it is no big deal, and I have no idea why this could mean something but idk maybe you have an idea and this might fit into a theory? Like I said, it is probably a dead end and just a coincidence but you know what they say about coincidences in Rosewood…



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Keep the flame going for those we have lost to suicide. 

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a middle school girl commited suicide here a few days ago..she was 14..

my followers know who this is for.

two of my close friends attempted multiple times

i attempted around this time last year. keep this going.

To those who left and those who are hurting because they lost someone to suicide. This won&#8217;t make anyone come back, but it&#8217;s better than doing nothing. Stay strong &lt;3

    katdiamandis:

    various-voices:

    willwin92:

    gracetrolbig:

    magickowl:

    myreticentvale:

    Keep the flame going for those we have lost to suicide. 

    why has this not got any notes 

    a middle school girl commited suicide here a few days ago..she was 14..

    my followers know who this is for.

    two of my close friends attempted multiple times

    i attempted around this time last year. keep this going.

    To those who left and those who are hurting because they lost someone to suicide. This won’t make anyone come back, but it’s better than doing nothing. Stay strong <3

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  • greed:

procrostinate:

shorelinescallthesea:

fucking yes

ABOUT TO THROW THE FUCK UP YES

I’M SHITTING MYSELF. 
#looking for alaska was better than the fault in our stars 

Is this a joke? Omg whatttt?

    greed:

    procrostinate:

    shorelinescallthesea:

    fucking yes

    ABOUT TO THROW THE FUCK UP YES

    I’M SHITTING MYSELF. 

    #looking for alaska was better than the fault in our stars 

    Is this a joke? Omg whatttt?

    (Source: drinkingwithalaskayoung, via dia-betus)

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