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jaclcfrost:

"i’m not bitter" i say, bitterly, with a bitter expression


"One look at the wound and I know it’s far beyond my capacity to heal. Beyond anyone’s, probably. The spearhead is buried up to the shaft in her stomach. I crouch before her, staring helplessly at the embedded weapon.There’s no point in comforting words, in telling her she’ll be all right. She’s no fool.”


“Here's some advice. Stay alive.”

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patchworkbreath:

cheers-to-the-fitblrs:

bowiezowie:

My life

Her little crab hands

I love her


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Emilia Clarke in the Game of Thrones S4 bloopers


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your sister is dead, because of you


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flowerette:

my sister has eyelids like this and she always looks like she’s wearing lavender eyeshadow it’s pretty

flowerette:

my sister has eyelids like this and she always looks like she’s wearing lavender eyeshadow it’s pretty


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Emma Stone for Vanity Fair, August 2011

Emma Stone for Vanity Fair, August 2011


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[on it being difficult for women to get into comedy] - There really aren’t many parts. It’s an unfortunate thing and something I hope will change, but never has, and who knows if it will? I think “Saturday Night Live”, starting in the 1970s, really gave women an outlet to be funny. A lot of those women went on to have film careers, from Kristen Wiig now to Tina Fey and Gilda Radner. Nowadays it seems like the real goldmine is in creating your own characters and teaming with a good writer, but its not easy. It’s a scary thing for a woman to put yourself out there and look like an idiot. Look at Lucille Ball. She said, ‘I’m not funny. What I am is brave’. The comediennes I admire are the bravest people who aren’t afraid to look ridiculous. Maybe that’s a harder notion for women - the fear of not looking their best.

[on it being difficult for women to get into comedy] - There really aren’t many parts. It’s an unfortunate thing and something I hope will change, but never has, and who knows if it will? I think “Saturday Night Live”, starting in the 1970s, really gave women an outlet to be funny. A lot of those women went on to have film careers, from Kristen Wiig now to Tina Fey and Gilda Radner. Nowadays it seems like the real goldmine is in creating your own characters and teaming with a good writer, but its not easy. It’s a scary thing for a woman to put yourself out there and look like an idiot. Look at Lucille Ball. She said, ‘I’m not funny. What I am is brave’. The comediennes I admire are the bravest people who aren’t afraid to look ridiculous. Maybe that’s a harder notion for women - the fear of not looking their best.


dylanohcryin:

nothing fucked me up more than hearing the line “now they’re going to bed and my stomach is sick, and it’s all in my head but she’s touching his chest” in mr brightside and REALIZING THAT SICK AND CHEST DON’T RHYME… ….SH E’S NOT TOUCHIGN HIS CHEST…..


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