moffating:

creepyasha:

i hope they change the actor for daario naharis every season for absolutely no reason and with no explanation given

#every season he’ll look drastically different   #season 3: long haired pretty boy   #season 4: rugged manly man w beard   #season 5: canon book!daario w blue hair and shit   #season 6: sophie turner in a wig   

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apprenticemockingbird:

I’m making Tas watch Mad Men.

WHAT HAPPENED IN THE END OF THAT EPISODE WHAT


I will kill you if you open the door to my room without knocking one more time :D


wetwasteofagirl:

I am not the world’s skinniest person.  Nor am I the fattest, but the point still stands.  My body has been criticized and insulted by enough people from about 7th grade on; I suppose I could laugh at the momentary triumph of the rest of us over “skinny bitches” if I wanted to.

But I don’t feel any triumph when I hear that phrase thrown around.  If you want to that’s your business, but it just makes me sad that the bullshit that gets thrown around by corporations, by advertisements, by fashion, by god knows what makes women feel so polarized they have to put each other down to put themselves up.

It’s not my naturally skinny friends or the hot skinny chick at the bar who I want to triumph over.  It’s H&M mysteriously taking their size 12 and 14 clothes out of stores despite the average American woman wearing a size 14 or 16.  It’s stores like Old Navy not selling clothing over size 20 in stores, sending a message as well as being inconvenient.  It’s the language used to advertise clothing: “straight size” bathing suit sites talk about “flaunting beach bodies” while “plus size” sites sell one-pieces designed to “slim” and “cover up.”

And that’s just one particular way of policing women’s bodies and self-expression.  Makeup and hair choices, being too muscular, being too short or too tall…These are all things that get criticized too often by the media.

Women need to stand together to fight off this kind of toxic shit.  Skinny bitches vs. fat chicks is giving them what they want.  It’s providing an atmosphere very conducive for policing and shaming.  Women need to stand together.  We need to support each other.


So im starting to teach my daughter French and her favorite phrase is “je ne sais pas.”

She is Jon Snow now.

She doesnt know anything.


Three members of upper management have been having a chin wag in the middle of the hall that EVERYONE needs to walk through, DIRECTLY in front of the copier.

They’ve been there for like half an hour, oblivious to the fact that they are in everyone way.


vintagesalt:

Crispin Glover as George McFly, Back to the Future (1985)

vintagesalt:

Crispin Glover as George McFly, Back to the Future (1985)

(via calonari)


rasvanp:

Boston, Prudential Observation deck

rasvanp:

Boston, Prudential Observation deck


npr:

The Hollywood movie about mobster Whitey Bulger has been filming in and around Boston for months, with a list of high-profile actors. That means getting Johnny Depp and the others to sound like they’re from Boston. And as locals certainly know — getting that Boston accent right can make or break the movie.
Setting Your Movie In Boston? Bettah Get The Accent Right

npr:

The Hollywood movie about mobster Whitey Bulger has been filming in and around Boston for months, with a list of high-profile actors. That means getting Johnny Depp and the others to sound like they’re from Boston. And as locals certainly know — getting that Boston accent right can make or break the movie.

Setting Your Movie In Boston? Bettah Get The Accent Right


I’m not like a regular mom im a cruel mom
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