real-faker:

virginmarx:

zebablah:

television history

i’ve been trying to explain this sketch to people for years

there is literally no way to explain this sketch it’s just a thing you have to see and even then I’m not sure why it’s so funny

discriminateagainstnerds:

fishingboatproceeds:

shreksforthememories:

and then they didnt put her on the final list

Disappointing.

your pasty ass was included on the list instead of someone who’s actually making a difference and all u got to say is “disappointing”

discriminateagainstnerds:

fishingboatproceeds:

shreksforthememories:

and then they didnt put her on the final list

Disappointing.

your pasty ass was included on the list instead of someone who’s actually making a difference and all u got to say is “disappointing”


Emilia Clarke for Glamour France magazine (April 2014)

Emilia Clarke for Glamour France magazine (April 2014)

facina-oris:

You are Marya Morevna,” Ivan said. “The queen from beyond the sea.”

“Do they still call me that? It’s so strange. I’m too young to remember when there was a sea here.”

“Are you a demon? Do you have horns? Wings?”

Marya thought for a long while. Who do you belong to, little girl? Why are you out here in the deep, dark wood?

“I am Koschei’s wife,” she answered finally. “And I am a woman. I do not have horns.”

paintgod:

"I don’t give a damn what men find attractive. It’s unfortunate what we find pleasing to the touch and pleasing to the eye is seldom the same"
Pulp Fiction, 1994

paintgod:

"I don’t give a damn what men find attractive. It’s unfortunate what we find pleasing to the touch and pleasing to the eye is seldom the same"

Pulp Fiction, 1994

They’re million million words. All different and all similar. Constants and variables. There’s always a lightouse. There’s always a man. There’s always a city.

loushirolls:

things i love

  • hot dads
  • hot 35 year olds
  • powerful men
  • rich men
  • hot dads

Keira Knightley for Coco Mademoiselle by Emily Hope

Keira Knightley for Coco Mademoiselle by Emily Hope

“Behind every exquisite thing that existed, there was something tragic.”
— Oscar Wilde (via salveo)
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