s' Wunderful

s' Wunderful

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theonion:

clickholeofficial:


10 Things You Should Never Say To A Pregnant Woman

From our sister publication, ClickHole

5) “Could you name it after me? I’m trying to transfer a curse.”

theonion:

clickholeofficial:

10 Things You Should Never Say To A Pregnant Woman

From our sister publication, ClickHole

5) “Could you name it after me? I’m trying to transfer a curse.”

iguanamouth:

you’re gonna look so goddamn cool
iguanamouth:

you’re gonna look so goddamn cool
iguanamouth:

you’re gonna look so goddamn cool

iguanamouth:

you’re gonna look so goddamn cool

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huntingforsanity:

My time has come

huntingforsanity:

My time has come

(via tyleroakley)

buzzfeed:


How Drop Dead Gorgeous Found Cult Success As A Flop

Underrated satire Drop Dead Gorgeous came and went in theaters 15 years ago, rejected by audiences and critics alike. Now that it’s a cult classic, the cast and crew tell BuzzFeed why the film is more popular than ever before.

One of my best friends all 4 years of college, Tommy owned a DVD of Drop Dead Gorgeous. He lived 1 floor away from me our first two years, one door down junior year, and shared a house with me Senior year.
Despite being a dancer and the rest of our circle of friends being theatre students, Tommy was always willing to supply this movie as the fuel for our all nighters that we frequently had to pull. Mostly for design classes.
So we’d have a big ass group of people over to our dorm/apartment/home. I’d make snacks. We’d pile our sketchbooks and watercolor pencils and drafting mats and various rulers onto the carpet and quote this movie all damn night. 
This movie is so dark and hilarious and special. And as much as I want Tommy to keep it forever, I kinda think it wouldn’t be the worst idea to see how much he could get for it on Ebay…
buzzfeed:


How Drop Dead Gorgeous Found Cult Success As A Flop

Underrated satire Drop Dead Gorgeous came and went in theaters 15 years ago, rejected by audiences and critics alike. Now that it’s a cult classic, the cast and crew tell BuzzFeed why the film is more popular than ever before.

One of my best friends all 4 years of college, Tommy owned a DVD of Drop Dead Gorgeous. He lived 1 floor away from me our first two years, one door down junior year, and shared a house with me Senior year.
Despite being a dancer and the rest of our circle of friends being theatre students, Tommy was always willing to supply this movie as the fuel for our all nighters that we frequently had to pull. Mostly for design classes.
So we’d have a big ass group of people over to our dorm/apartment/home. I’d make snacks. We’d pile our sketchbooks and watercolor pencils and drafting mats and various rulers onto the carpet and quote this movie all damn night. 
This movie is so dark and hilarious and special. And as much as I want Tommy to keep it forever, I kinda think it wouldn’t be the worst idea to see how much he could get for it on Ebay…
buzzfeed:


How Drop Dead Gorgeous Found Cult Success As A Flop

Underrated satire Drop Dead Gorgeous came and went in theaters 15 years ago, rejected by audiences and critics alike. Now that it’s a cult classic, the cast and crew tell BuzzFeed why the film is more popular than ever before.

One of my best friends all 4 years of college, Tommy owned a DVD of Drop Dead Gorgeous. He lived 1 floor away from me our first two years, one door down junior year, and shared a house with me Senior year.
Despite being a dancer and the rest of our circle of friends being theatre students, Tommy was always willing to supply this movie as the fuel for our all nighters that we frequently had to pull. Mostly for design classes.
So we’d have a big ass group of people over to our dorm/apartment/home. I’d make snacks. We’d pile our sketchbooks and watercolor pencils and drafting mats and various rulers onto the carpet and quote this movie all damn night. 
This movie is so dark and hilarious and special. And as much as I want Tommy to keep it forever, I kinda think it wouldn’t be the worst idea to see how much he could get for it on Ebay…

buzzfeed:

How Drop Dead Gorgeous Found Cult Success As A Flop

Underrated satire Drop Dead Gorgeous came and went in theaters 15 years ago, rejected by audiences and critics alike. Now that it’s a cult classic, the cast and crew tell BuzzFeed why the film is more popular than ever before.

One of my best friends all 4 years of college, Tommy owned a DVD of Drop Dead Gorgeous. He lived 1 floor away from me our first two years, one door down junior year, and shared a house with me Senior year.

Despite being a dancer and the rest of our circle of friends being theatre students, Tommy was always willing to supply this movie as the fuel for our all nighters that we frequently had to pull. Mostly for design classes.

So we’d have a big ass group of people over to our dorm/apartment/home. I’d make snacks. We’d pile our sketchbooks and watercolor pencils and drafting mats and various rulers onto the carpet and quote this movie all damn night. 

This movie is so dark and hilarious and special. And as much as I want Tommy to keep it forever, I kinda think it wouldn’t be the worst idea to see how much he could get for it on Ebay…

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nevver:

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”  — Edward Hopper
nevver:

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”  — Edward Hopper
nevver:

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”  — Edward Hopper
nevver:

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”  — Edward Hopper
nevver:

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”  — Edward Hopper

nevver:

“If you could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.”
Edward Hopper

seienna:

sophisticated-ignoranceee:

I’ve been waiting so long to find this.

I’M CRYING
seienna:

sophisticated-ignoranceee:

I’ve been waiting so long to find this.

I’M CRYING
seienna:

sophisticated-ignoranceee:

I’ve been waiting so long to find this.

I’M CRYING

seienna:

sophisticated-ignoranceee:

I’ve been waiting so long to find this.

I’M CRYING

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aaronbleyaert:

pleatedjeans:

thetomska:

swagger

[video]

Me
aaronbleyaert:

pleatedjeans:

thetomska:

swagger

[video]

Me
aaronbleyaert:

pleatedjeans:

thetomska:

swagger

[video]

Me

I forgave him, a hundred times over, and never on the basis of anything more than this: a look, a gesture, a certain tilt of his head.

The Secret History by Donna Tartt (via volchitza)

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