"“It’s you, Katniss. Can’t you see?” he says.
“What’s me?” I say.
“Why they’re all acting like this. Finnick with his sugar cubes and Chaff kissing you and that whole thing with Johanna stripping down.” He tries to take on a more serious tone, unsuccessfully. “They’re playing with you because you’re so…you know.”
“No, I don’t know,” I say. And I really have no idea what he’s talking about.
“It’s like when you wouldn’t look at me naked in the arena even though I was half dead. You’re so…pure,” he says finally.
“I am not!” I say. “I’ve been practically ripping your clothes off every time there’s been a camera for the last year!”
“Yeah, but…I mean, for the Capitol, you’re pure,” he says, clearly trying to mollify me. “For me, you’re perfect. They’re just teasing you.”
Catching fire ch. 15
Heartbreaking part 5
katniss is having a “he knows me so well” moment
Honestly this is no real issue as the movie was incredibly phenomenal! I just have a question!
In catching fire the movie…
Peeta says ‘always’ when they’re on the train after katniss experiences nightmares
But in the book isn’t he meant to say that when katniss is in her bed resting with peeta after she hurts her foot in district 12 or something and she says for him to stay with her and then he says ‘always’(but she doesn’t hear)
So did they change this for the film? Like it’s not a terrible change I’m just abit confused!! Am I speaking of the right situation or am I on crack?!
"I’ve never tasted Cristal in my whole life and my mom has my Oscar and my Jack Nicholson champagne."
we live in a world where the pizza arrives faster than the police
Well the pizza driver faces consequences when their job isn’t done right.