(Source: mariannaraskin)

I thought of you and where you'd gone 
and let the world spin madly on (X)
awkward-lee:

i-volunteer:

upperstories:

tony-the-talking-pizzer:

chocolateist:

pardonmewhileipanic:

bestnatesmithever:

captcreate:

The leg up at the end tho.

I like the coach, putting his hands on his knees like, “Welp, that wasn’t it.”

i was almost like “oh man that sucks” and then her leg popped and i fucking lost it

That leg is killing me

THE LEG KILLED ME

falling with style

i reblogged this a million times and i still dont know what it’s funnier: the leg or the coach

the fact that the coach is her father makes this funnier

awkward-lee:

i-volunteer:

upperstories:

tony-the-talking-pizzer:

chocolateist:

pardonmewhileipanic:

bestnatesmithever:

captcreate:

The leg up at the end tho.

I like the coach, putting his hands on his knees like, “Welp, that wasn’t it.”

i was almost like “oh man that sucks” and then her leg popped and i fucking lost it

That leg is killing me

THE LEG KILLED ME

falling with style

i reblogged this a million times and i still dont know what it’s funnier: the leg or the coach

the fact that the coach is her father makes this funnier

(Source: hugedickgrayson)

margheriitas:

THE DOCTOR DID NOT RUN OUT ON CLARA. THE DOCTOR DID NOT REFUSE TO HELP. THE DOCTOR TRUSTED HER ENOUGH TO MAKE THE DECISION ON HER OWN BECAUSE HE KNEW SHE WOULD MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE.

CLARA DID NOT OVERREACT. CLARA DID NOT GO TOO FAR. SHE REACTED PERFECTLY.

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http://margheriitas.tumblr.com/post/98680149493/so-danny-pink-doesnt-appreciate-being-dicked

margheriitas:

so danny pink

  • doesn’t appreciate being dicked around/treated like he can’t see when things are wrong
  • really just wants to understand why clara lied to him
  • accurately reads the doctor within .5 seconds of knowing him
  • wants to know that his girlfriend isn’t in love with someone else
  • comes to…
fastenyourseatbelts1900:

Paulette Goddard

fastenyourseatbelts1900:

Paulette Goddard

pamhalperts:

I really hate that watching TV is associated with being lazy and boring while reading books is associated with being smart and profound. Both are really fucking great ways of telling stories and if you find a story that moves you, whether it’s a 900 page novel, a tv show, a film, a comic, or a sentence engraved on a slice of bread IT IS WORTHY OF YOUR TIME!!

(Source: missyperegrym)

mashable:

Good God Lemon, you’d think a woman who wears tennis shoes every day would be able to hit a decent forehand.

(Source: Mashable)

My twin brother said I was a drama queen before we were born. He said I pushed him out of the way in the womb when my mother was giving birth to us because I saw a spotlight. ‘I’M HERE!
griruxx:

"I think he understood me better than I did myself. He was observant and had a penetrating knowledge of people. He would talk often about relaxing and getting rid of one’s fears, which I think he found a way to do. But he never preached. If he helped me, he did it without my knowing, and with a gentleness which made me lose my sense of being intimidated. I had this great affection for him because I knew he understood me. It was an unspoken friendship, which was wonderful. He would open up his arms wide when he saw you, and hug you, and smile, and let you know how he felt about you. We lived at other ends of the world, but it was always the same." (Audrey Hepburn, about Cary Grant)

griruxx:

"I think he understood me better than I did myself. He was observant and had a penetrating knowledge of people. He would talk often about relaxing and getting rid of one’s fears, which I think he found a way to do. But he never preached. If he helped me, he did it without my knowing, and with a gentleness which made me lose my sense of being intimidated. I had this great affection for him because I knew he understood me. It was an unspoken friendship, which was wonderful. He would open up his arms wide when he saw you, and hug you, and smile, and let you know how he felt about you. We lived at other ends of the world, but it was always the same." (Audrey Hepburn, about Cary Grant)

nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.

bridiequilty:

MAUREEN’S GETTING AN OSCAR 

MAUREEN’S GETTING AN OSCAR 

MAUREEN’S GETTING AN OSCAR 

MAUREEN’S GETTING AN OSCAR 

MAUREEN’S GETTING AN OSCAR 

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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pablo82:

 Norma Shearer, Paulette Goddard and Charlie Chaplin off Catalina, (1934)

This makes me so happy you have no idea.

pablo82:

 Norma Shearer, Paulette Goddard and Charlie Chaplin off Catalina, (1934)

This makes me so happy you have no idea.

Anonymous said: Recast Pitch Perfect with old Hollywood stars, please. :D

norascharles:

OOH YES THANK YOU!!!

Beca - Katharine Hepburn
Jesse - Cary Grant
Chloe - Paulette Goddard
Aubrey - Gene Tierney
Fat Amy - Lucille Ball (she’s not fat but she could do the comedy)
Stacie - Maureen O’Hara 

OMG I’M SO BAD AT THIS I’M SORRY

These are awesome! Especially Paulette Goddard as Chloe and Lucille Ball as Fat Amy.

Lauren Bacall watching the final scene of her first film To Have and Have Not.

(Source: babybacalling)