21 Little-Known Facts About ‘Pitch Perfect’

facts abou pitch perfect

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1. Pitch Perfect was Ester Dean’s first acting role in a movie — but far from her first gig. Dean, who plays Cynthia (aka the token lesbian), is a well-known songwriter, helping to pen such hits as “Rude Boy,” “Firework,” “Turn Me On,” “Mr. Know It All,” “Super Bass,” “Stronger” and “Where Have You Been.” “S&M,” which she sings in the movie, is one of her songs.

2. Elizabeth Banks plays one of the commentators in the film, best known for her work in The 40-Year Old Virgin, 30 Rock and The Hunger Games. However, she wasn’t the first choice for the role. Screenwriter Kay Cannon (of 30 Rock and Baby Mama) originally intended the role for Kristen Wiig, but Banks had to step in when the very-busy lady had to drop out. With Rebel Wilson starring in the film, we narrowly missed out on a mini-

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drop it.

from time to time, i’ll reminisce about how good we could talk to each other, jokingly and all. 

i’ll miss you but after doing that for a couple of minutes, i’ll drop it. 

i’ll drop the thought of us being good friends, i’ll drop every good thing that we ever had in our friendship. I won’t think of the bad and after going through all of it.

i’ll drop it. i’ll drop the thoughts and everything else. 

prevention is better than cure assholes.

i am tired. 

if u want to tell me to grow up. u better grow up yourself first. 

if you are so grown up, why didn’t u act better than to get me into trouble. why did you got me screamed at? why? tell me who is that grown up?

For you to tell me to grow up, why don’t you take your own advice and shoved it down your throat?

another thing, 

for someone to blame me when all the while i was there, ready to listen, you are supposed to talk, do u expect me to read minds? Im out of super powers people, i can’t read anyone’s freaking mind. 

for another to say, use my brain. why didn’t you use your brain to think of probably just probably that it’s my reaction to your attitude. I know i may not have any power to control your attitude or anything and I can only control how I react. Why can’t you owned up to your part?

When I checked back what I message you, it was a question and you provoked me. even when you provoked me, I said sorry and you said it’s as if someone forced me to apologized. You said you would always give your ears and shoulder, where were you when I needed u? you blocked me! 

For all of you to be sad or dissatisfied for my actions, why don’t you owned up to your mistakes than to say that it’s all my attitude. what about yours? 

I am not pointing fingers, i know none of you like how i acted but seriously, I don’t like how you acted too. Often, you would talk behind my back that is what we call backstabbing two-faced. Trying to find a way. idiots don’t talk to idiots. it won’t solve shit. 

22 Signs You’re An Ex-Convent School Girl

22 signs you’re an ex-convent school girl.


1. You’re cool with doing the heavy lifting – as long as it’s manageable. What? Wait for the guys to come help out? Girl, we went through 10 years of school without a single guy in sight (unless you count that wimpy math teacher), and we did just fine.

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2. You have that one group of girlfriends that you know will be there for you. FOREVER.


3. “Friendship problems” don’t throw you anymore. We’ve been through 4 years in a school full of girls going through puberty all at the same time. It was hell. There would always be at least one person in any classroom PMSing at any one time – plus we pretty much hung out with the same group of girls so much that our cycles literally synched up. Yes, it’s not a myth; it’s true. Which basically means WAR every few weeks. I repeat. It was hell.

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Loss and lesson learned

it felt like i’ve lost something that i treasure so dearly.

i wanted to have it but i think his time in my life was supposed to be brief.

it was to pushed me to start praying because before that, I know I have to but i just didn’t

and so, I thank him for pushing me to do that.


he kept saying that i was negative and by that i tried so hard to change

then after months, I’ve realized that the friendship was no longer positive anyways.

my thoughts was the effect of how it changed and my gut feeling telling me there’s something’s up.

I was reacting to his behaviors and how it changed.

Soon, i brought up the bad in him and he brought up the bad in me. Then, I went into depression again.

I tried to fix it willingly for it to be relaxing and fun like before but i was doing all the work

it didn’t matter to him because he was having lots of other people to give his attention to.

and loads of other things came up too.

People approached me telling me things that I should have known.

It ended with sarcasm. all the things that came out was sarcastic remarks.


i hope he knows that I wasn’t pissed at my sister for visiting his place with everyone.

she pissed me of for treating me badly. I don’t even care if she travel around the world with them.

“some friends make better siblings than your own siblings and some siblings are just strangers you grew up with”

i really hope he’ll be there for my sister when she needs help because i am done with helping people who hurt me continuously.

she covered him and she knows how it’ll affect me but she didn’t care how i’ll feel.


What I’ve learned throughout this experience.

– always give chance to people who really deserves it

– tell upfront with what’s going on.

– just let go and let it be. if someone wants to be in your life, they will stay with no excuses.

-don’t hold on to the past. the past is a very dark place to stay, there’s no light and no purpose but lessons.

-don’t hold to anyone’s word too seriously.

-don’t expect people to do what you are willing to do for them.

-just don’t stop being yourself.

-never to lose yourself even if you are close with anyone.

-stop apologizing to people who doesn’t deserve it.