I'll tumble 4 ya.

Jul 25


Mary Astor

Mary Astor

(Source: maudelynn, via moviessilently)

Roxane Gay’s ‘Bad’ Feminism - NYTimes.com -

WHOO HOO!

Jul 24

Boyhood: What If It Were Girlhood? – Flavorwire

Jul 23

“The other thing is in Hollywood, you don’t want to show weakness as a woman because it is such a misogynist industry. To ever go to work and be like, ‘I have debilitating cramps,’ you can’t do that. You can’t be like, ‘Can I have a hot water bottle for my stomach?’ You have to act like you’re a superhero in order to be taken seriously or put on an equal playing field as the men. As soon as you like have a woman’s body and have women’s issues, it’s like, ‘Oh, you’re a hazard for us,” basically. So you just have to pretend that you’re a lot stronger than you are a lot of the time.” — Megan Fox: ‘In Hollywood, You Don’t Want to Show Weakness as a Woman’ - mom.me

saturdaychores:

Saturday Chores #6, July 5, 2014
This sign was all Grayson’s idea. I couldn’t stop laughing.

this couple is an inspiration.

saturdaychores:

Saturday Chores #6, July 5, 2014

This sign was all Grayson’s idea. I couldn’t stop laughing.

this couple is an inspiration.

'Galaxy Quest': The Oral History - MTV -

IMPORTANT

gretchenalice:

coslive:

Jack White having a GREAT time at the Cubs game.

Can’t. Stop. Laughing.

gretchenalice:

coslive:

Jack White having a GREAT time at the Cubs game.

Can’t. Stop. Laughing.

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slaughterhouse90210:

“But she became Gabby’s friend in that way that can happen, because the girl with the cool boots always finds the girl with the occasional slash of pink in her hair. The two of them like a pair of exotic birds dipping over the school’s water fountains—you knew they would find each other.”
—Megan Abbott, The Fever
 

slaughterhouse90210:

“But she became Gabby’s friend in that way that can happen, because the girl with the cool boots always finds the girl with the occasional slash of pink in her hair. The two of them like a pair of exotic birds dipping over the school’s water fountains—you knew they would find each other.”

—Megan Abbott, The Fever