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message 1: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments go!

message 2: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ I HATE EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!


message 3: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments So, not even Tris'...DEATH??????

message 4: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ You're mean. :(

message 5: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments i'm sorry

*hangs head down in shame*

message 6: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ SHAME!!!!!!!

Its fine :p

message 7: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments yay!!!!!!!!!
bring out the candy, ballons, party hats! I have been forgiven!

message 8: by ➳Halina➳ (new)


*Pops balloons*

message 9: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments candy?

message 10: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ *Throws candy out window*

message 11: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments Halina, saying no to candy? I'm scared..

ʟ ᴀ ᴜ ʀ ᴀ No, you should be scared when she has candy!!!!!!

message 13: by ➳Halina➳ (last edited May 07, 2014 12:53PM) (new)

➳Halina➳ Don't be scared. Be scared of this:

e l -illcallubymine (ellaistired) GAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You cannot show that cover! Delete that post, Halina now. I can't even look at it.

message 15: by aurora (new)

aurora (I'm still on the first book, shoot me) I did not want to hear about someone getting STABBED IN THE EYEBALL

message 16: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments (oh, aurora, thanks for the pleasant conversation starter!)

message 17: by ➳Halina➳ (last edited May 12, 2014 11:27AM) (new)


GUESS WHAT GUYS I FINISHED THE ONE IN 5 DAYS (WHICH IS PRETTY GOOD SINCE I ONLY HAD TIME TO READ IT AFTER SCHOOL.) AND IT IS THE HAPPIEST BOOK EVER! Well, the happiest book I've read in a couple months. Even though (Don't read this Laura) The king died, the queen died, the dad died, a friend died, Aspen and America's love died...

message 18: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments I was going to read the series.

message 19: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ I know. You should have taken that "Don't read this Laura" as a warning. I didn't tell you how it was happy, though. It was so happy I almost found it unnatural after reading Allegiant.
I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT WAS THE LAST BOOK IN THE SERIES! At least she's making a prequel (!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)

message 20: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments me? *puts on innocent face*

ʟ ᴀ ᴜ ʀ ᴀ I didn't spoil anything!!

message 22: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ I'm not a spoiler!!!!! The internet is! Ever since Pinterest spoiler Allegiant I've been giving people a taste of their own medicine.

Okay, that sounds mean. But still! The internet crushed my dreams! Not really, but still.

message 23: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ :(

message 24: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments I didn't spoil anything though!

ʟ ᴀ ᴜ ʀ ᴀ No you didn't, Me! :)

e l -illcallubymine (ellaistired) I didn't either! All I said was that Tobias dies. XD

message 27: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments Me agree.
I'm a poet and I didn't even know it!
There me goes again!

message 28: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments 12345678910!
I can rhyme!

message 30: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ Sure you can.

message 31: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments Me got carried away.

message 32: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments me would say it's an amity heredity thing, but me isn't sure.

e l -illcallubymine (ellaistired) You sound like cookie monster. "Me like Divergent. Me can rhyme!"

message 34: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ Sydney I go nuts when someone uses incorrect grammar like that!!!!!!!!!!!!

message 35: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments It's a proper noun (now it is)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

message 36: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ Uh...not...exactly...?

message 37: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments me disagree.
Me am rhyming!

message 38: by ➳Halina➳ (new)

➳Halina➳ YOU ARE MAKING ME GO CRAZY!!!!!!!!!!

message 39: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments me ain't bad grammar, ya?

e l -illcallubymine (ellaistired) XD Now you sound like Oaken

ʟ ᴀ ᴜ ʀ ᴀ Haha, yes!!!

message 42: by ➳Halina➳ (last edited May 13, 2014 01:24PM) (new)


message 43: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments Voo did voo vus vall me?

message 44: by ➳Halina➳ (last edited May 13, 2014 01:25PM) (new)

➳Halina➳ Was that necessary? (But I have to admit, it was better than the bad grammar.)

e l -illcallubymine (ellaistired) It was "Vhat did you joost call vee?"

e l -illcallubymine (ellaistired) It's Oaken, not Dracula haha

e l -illcallubymine (ellaistired) XD well yeah that's true. Oaken is more Scandinavian than Romanian in general.

message 48: by Albert (new)

Albert Wilhelmy | 16 comments Hey guys whats up?

message 49: by Sydney (new)

Sydney (sydneyokayokay) | 42 comments up is a word in the english dictionary.
toward the sky or a higher position.
"he jumped up"
"up, boys, and at ῾em"
to the place where someone is.
"Dot didn't hear Mrs. Parvis come creeping up behind her"
at or to a higher level of intensity, volume, or activity.
"she turned the volume up"
at or to a higher price, value, or rank.
"sales are up 22.8 percent at $50.2 million"
winning or at an advantage by a specified margin.
"there they were in the fourth quarter, up by 11 points"
into the desired or a proper condition.
"the mayor agreed to set up a committee"
so as to be finished or closed.
"I've got a bit of paperwork to finish up"
into a happy mood.
"I don't think anything's going to cheer me up"
displayed on a bulletin board or other publicly visible site.
"he put up posters around the city"
(of sailing) against the current or the wind.
(of a ship's helm) moved so that the rudder is to leeward.
at bat.
"every time up, he had a different stance"
preposition: up
from a lower to a higher point on (something); upward along.
"she climbed up a flight of steps"
from one end to another of (a street or other area), not necessarily on an upward slope.
"bicycling up Pleasant Avenue toward Maywood Avenue"
to a higher part of (a river or stream), away from the sea.
"a cruise up the Rhine"
adjective: up
directed or moving toward a higher place or position.
"the up escalator"
denoting a flavor of quark having a charge of + 2/3. Protons and neutrons are thought to be composed of combinations of up and down quarks.
in a cheerful mood; ebullient.
"the mood here is resolutely up"
(of a computer system or industrial process) functioning properly.
"the system is now up"
at an end.
"his contract was up in three weeks"
(of a jockey) in the saddle.
noun: up; plural noun: ups
a period of good fortune.
"you can't have ups all the time in football"
verb: up; 3rd person present: ups; past tense: upped; past participle: upped; gerund or present participle: upping; gerund or present participle: uping; past tense: uped; past participle: uped
do something abruptly or boldly.
"she upped and left him"
cause (a level or amount) to be increased.
"capacity will be upped by 70 percent next year"

message 50: by Albert (new)

Albert Wilhelmy | 16 comments Are you serious?

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