goldenlocket:

Elle Fanning for New York Magazine

goldenlocket:

Elle Fanning for New York Magazine

geometricdeathtrap:

worthyourweightinfanfiction:

rachellephant:

tips to write college papers 

  • begin with “buckle your seatbelts, motherfuckers, because in eight short pages i am going to learn u a thing that i only learned myself about two hours ago, so sit down, shut up, and enjoy the experience of my 4-am-redbull-induced-self-hatred-fuelled-writing-extravaganza”
  • erase when finished with the paper

BUT THIS ACTUALLY WORKS

MAKE SURE YOU ERASE IT THOUGH

psyducker:

just planning ahead

psyducker:

just planning ahead

thedreamingbutterfly:

You hear all these “you’re not a real fan unless” and it lists a hundred things, but I met a dude today who saw my Deadpool pin and asked what my favorite story arc was, and I explained that while I loved Deadpool, I was new to Marvel (I only really got into it a year and a half ago) and hadn’t been able to find a lot of the comics. Instead of making a face or a derogatory comment, he just offered to send me all the stuff he had. That is a true fan.

latinamericana:

Orson and Rita

latinamericana:

Orson and Rita

wildbindi:

Laurel Canyon is magical maze in the hills of Southern California that has been an enclave for artists and musicians, most notably the folk and rock renaissance of the late 60s- mid 70s.  Deeply forested, isolated, and elevated, the canyon provided a secluded haven for the famous, a magical playground for the creative. Serving as a counterculture hideaway for decades, the first such resident was said to be Frederick Shaw, aka Crazy Shaw, whose wild, crackpot inventions were based in a philosophy mixing naturalism and technological advancement.  Later, screen stars and starlets of the silent era like Clara Bow, Ramon Navarro, Errol Flynn, Harry Houdini and thousands others took up residence in this sun-baked hillside forest, and still reportedly, haunt the grounds.  Soaked in mystery, decadence, and occult, the 20s era stars soon lead to generations of other actors through the 1950s.  

wildbindi:

Laurel Canyon is magical maze in the hills of Southern California that has been an enclave for artists and musicians, most notably the folk and rock renaissance of the late 60s- mid 70s.  Deeply forested, isolated, and elevated, the canyon provided a secluded haven for the famous, a magical playground for the creative. Serving as a counterculture hideaway for decades, the first such resident was said to be Frederick Shaw, aka Crazy Shaw, whose wild, crackpot inventions were based in a philosophy mixing naturalism and technological advancement.  Later, screen stars and starlets of the silent era like Clara Bow, Ramon Navarro, Errol Flynn, Harry Houdini and thousands others took up residence in this sun-baked hillside forest, and still reportedly, haunt the grounds.  Soaked in mystery, decadence, and occult, the 20s era stars soon lead to generations of other actors through the 1950s.  

paul-stine:

Rosamund Pike photographed by Yu Tsai for Variety

paul-stine:

Rosamund Pike photographed by Yu Tsai for Variety

numarg:

nativetohere:

jukeboxgraduate:

yerawizardmary:

yerawizardmary:

Dying right now.

I cannot believe this got so many notes. But this is the continuation.imageimageimageimageimageimage

THIS WOMAN IS MY  NEW HERO.

WHERE ARE THE SCREEN CAPS FROM HER SENDING THIS TO HIS MOM

that’s a conversation i want to witness