On my way home tonight I saw a guy and a girl sitting next to each other on a bench. He had crossed one leg over the other and held his hand on her knee. She sat with her legs wide spread, like teenage dudes sometimes do. They didn’t look like a couple, more like friends. I think he might have been gay, but I don’t think that she was a lesbian. I know it seems like I am stereotyping like crazy, but it just looked so funny, like they’d experienced some real life Freaky Friday.
idk that finale was a pretty big joke
Laverne Cox stanning for Beyoncé at the VMAs
This shit better work
HAH I REBLOGGED THIS LAST NIGHT AND LOOK WHAT I GOT FROM MY DAD TODAY OUT OF THE BLUE
what if we all got paper lolGUYS I REBLOGGED THIS LAST NIGHT AND I JUST GOT $150
I am not even kidding but I am reblogging this twice in a row because I just got $275.
ok so i reblogged this the other day and DELETED it because i was like “this is dumb i dont want this on my blog” and then i found $50 in my wallet. i have no idea how it got there. i check my wallet all the time, i never carry cash and i was starving at the end of last month, flat broke. REBLOGGING AGAIN
Awww, you tried so hard, but unfortunately I can’t hear you over the sound of my debt-free college degree and massive disposable income.
Dog: I AM SORRY BABY HUMAN! DO NOT CRY ANYMORE! i SHALL BRING YOU MORE TOYS
The cutest thing ever.
why do people say chicken as a term for coward? Have you ever meet a chicken? Cause those things will fuck you up man
*weeps softly because this is my current reality*
Lady Gaga singles | 2008 - 2014
That pug is so freaked out!
Meredith is born 1998 according to this document, and admitted 2009, with the doctor saying “patient has been non-responsive for several weeks” - but this would mean that she was admitted when she was 11, not 16…
Then Lydia says “It was right after the fire” which means that it was six years ago…actually seven years ago, since it has been a full years since the first season when they said it happened 6 years ago. So, that would actually make the year of the fire 2008. But let’s say that she was 16 in 2009, then it would be absolutely impossible for her to have been born in 1998. It’s more likely then that she is currently 21 (until November) and born in 1992. Because she sure as hell didn’t look 11 when she came to visit Lorraine.
And while we’re at it, in Peter’s papers it says that he is 38. Which would mean that he is now 45. And since he didn’t look that much older than Derek in all the flashbacks, that would make Derek pretty old. Let’s say, for the sake of it, that Peter was like 22 when Derek was 17, which is sort of pushing it since young Peter looks pretty much the same age as young Derek. But let’s say he is that much older, since I think Michael Fjordbak is 23, then that would make Derek 40 years old!
Sure, Tyler does look more like 36 than 26, but 40…I think not.
I know that Cora said that she was 17 in human years, but wouldn’t that mean that they are even older than what they look…not younger?
Nothing makes sense.
This Dress Is So Important: Cecilia’s green dress, Atonement (2007)
"She felt sleekly impregnable, slippery and secure; it was a mermaid who rose to meet her in her own full-length mirror." -Atonement (Ian McEwan)
“Joe said the dress had to be green, we really didn’t know why.” -Jacqueline Durran (costume designer)
A complex amalgamation of silk, organza, and chiffon in various greens, Cecilia’s dress was meticulously designed by Jacqueline Durran with considerable input from director Joe Wright. The striking color was achieved by layering several fabrics as Durran could not find an existing hue to suit her purposes. This method of construction also served to allow the gown to shift shades between scenes and reflect Cecilia’s emotional state, from anxiety about Robbie’s arrival (a brighter green) to lustful ardor during the library sex scene (a darker jungle green.) Other notable design techniques included incorporating a ‘30s-style knot to represent Cecilia’s virginity, and cutting slits in the dress so that Cecilia would disturbingly resemble a pinned grasshopper while engaging in her passionate rendezvous.
Durran had full knowledge that the dress would not be a faithful representation of the era’s fashion trends, working under Wright’s instructions to avoid a stuffy, dated look. Instead she focused on the inconsistencies of the character’s childhood memories, which allowed her to create a less historically accurate and more fluid look that emerged as a combination of ‘20s and ‘30s designs.
In order to make actress Keira Knightley appear nearly naked whilst wearing the gown, the fabric was kept as fine as possible–so fine, in fact, that it tore several times while filming. Four of the widely-hemmed, flowing skirts and ten of the bodices were kept on hand for reparations.
I loved this dress in the movie, but once saw it for realz at Universal Studio, and I have to say I was disappointed in how it looked in real life.