shanology:

past-is-a-story-we-tell:

Sebastian Stan + Casual  (Via weibo)

For some reason I find Sebastian and his messenger bag to be ridiculously adorable.
shanology:

past-is-a-story-we-tell:

Sebastian Stan + Casual  (Via weibo)

For some reason I find Sebastian and his messenger bag to be ridiculously adorable.
shanology:

past-is-a-story-we-tell:

Sebastian Stan + Casual  (Via weibo)

For some reason I find Sebastian and his messenger bag to be ridiculously adorable.
shanology:

past-is-a-story-we-tell:

Sebastian Stan + Casual  (Via weibo)

For some reason I find Sebastian and his messenger bag to be ridiculously adorable.
shanology:

past-is-a-story-we-tell:

Sebastian Stan + Casual  (Via weibo)

For some reason I find Sebastian and his messenger bag to be ridiculously adorable.
shanology:

past-is-a-story-we-tell:

Sebastian Stan + Casual  (Via weibo)

For some reason I find Sebastian and his messenger bag to be ridiculously adorable.
shanology:

past-is-a-story-we-tell:

Sebastian Stan + Casual  (Via weibo)

For some reason I find Sebastian and his messenger bag to be ridiculously adorable.
shanology:

past-is-a-story-we-tell:

Sebastian Stan + Casual  (Via weibo)

For some reason I find Sebastian and his messenger bag to be ridiculously adorable.

shanology:

past-is-a-story-we-tell:

Sebastian Stan + Casual
(Via weibo)

For some reason I find Sebastian and his messenger bag to be ridiculously adorable.

turtletiiime:

allthingsblackwomen:

Kimberly Elise, Oprah, and Thandie Newton in Vogue (1998)

WHOA
turtletiiime:

allthingsblackwomen:

Kimberly Elise, Oprah, and Thandie Newton in Vogue (1998)

WHOA
turtletiiime:

allthingsblackwomen:

Kimberly Elise, Oprah, and Thandie Newton in Vogue (1998)

WHOA
turtletiiime:

allthingsblackwomen:

Kimberly Elise, Oprah, and Thandie Newton in Vogue (1998)

WHOA
turtletiiime:

allthingsblackwomen:

Kimberly Elise, Oprah, and Thandie Newton in Vogue (1998)

WHOA

turtletiiime:

allthingsblackwomen:

Kimberly Elise, Oprah, and Thandie Newton in Vogue (1998)

WHOA

tvhousehusband:

Prior to watching Grey Gardens, the HBO movie starring Jessica Lange and Drew Barrymore, I had forgotten how powerful the Grey Gardens documentary was. I watched it as part of the material for a French film class in college whose theme was “Paradise Lost.” And really, that’s what these women did, disobeyed everyone and lived in their own providence. To them, living the memories of their past in the present was their glory, their way of life.They lived in a constant nexus of “what if” and “remember when”—which proved to be a debilitating culture to them and the house they inhabited. Meaning they never quite accepted their bleak reality. It was sad, sure, but a great reminder that letting go is important for living. Or so we think.
What the documentary and film capture is the lives of two eccentric women, Big and Little Edie, living life as they want to live, in their own terms. To judgmental folks—mainly us the viewers—this might seem unthinkable. But to those gals, it was a way to denounce the disappointments of dreaming big.
tvhousehusband:

Prior to watching Grey Gardens, the HBO movie starring Jessica Lange and Drew Barrymore, I had forgotten how powerful the Grey Gardens documentary was. I watched it as part of the material for a French film class in college whose theme was “Paradise Lost.” And really, that’s what these women did, disobeyed everyone and lived in their own providence. To them, living the memories of their past in the present was their glory, their way of life.They lived in a constant nexus of “what if” and “remember when”—which proved to be a debilitating culture to them and the house they inhabited. Meaning they never quite accepted their bleak reality. It was sad, sure, but a great reminder that letting go is important for living. Or so we think.
What the documentary and film capture is the lives of two eccentric women, Big and Little Edie, living life as they want to live, in their own terms. To judgmental folks—mainly us the viewers—this might seem unthinkable. But to those gals, it was a way to denounce the disappointments of dreaming big.
tvhousehusband:

Prior to watching Grey Gardens, the HBO movie starring Jessica Lange and Drew Barrymore, I had forgotten how powerful the Grey Gardens documentary was. I watched it as part of the material for a French film class in college whose theme was “Paradise Lost.” And really, that’s what these women did, disobeyed everyone and lived in their own providence. To them, living the memories of their past in the present was their glory, their way of life.They lived in a constant nexus of “what if” and “remember when”—which proved to be a debilitating culture to them and the house they inhabited. Meaning they never quite accepted their bleak reality. It was sad, sure, but a great reminder that letting go is important for living. Or so we think.
What the documentary and film capture is the lives of two eccentric women, Big and Little Edie, living life as they want to live, in their own terms. To judgmental folks—mainly us the viewers—this might seem unthinkable. But to those gals, it was a way to denounce the disappointments of dreaming big.

tvhousehusband:

Prior to watching Grey Gardens, the HBO movie starring Jessica Lange and Drew Barrymore, I had forgotten how powerful the Grey Gardens documentary was. I watched it as part of the material for a French film class in college whose theme was “Paradise Lost.” And really, that’s what these women did, disobeyed everyone and lived in their own providence. To them, living the memories of their past in the present was their glory, their way of life.They lived in a constant nexus of “what if” and “remember when”—which proved to be a debilitating culture to them and the house they inhabited. Meaning they never quite accepted their bleak reality. It was sad, sure, but a great reminder that letting go is important for living. Or so we think.

What the documentary and film capture is the lives of two eccentric women, Big and Little Edie, living life as they want to live, in their own terms. To judgmental folks—mainly us the viewers—this might seem unthinkable. But to those gals, it was a way to denounce the disappointments of dreaming big.

tvhousehusband:

The Last Supper Party From Hell.

Favorite Movies: Mamma Mia! (2008)

“Typical, isn’t it? You wait 20 years for a dad and then three come along at once.”

BLACK = I would date you.
GREEN = I think you’re cute.
BLUE = You are my tumblr crush.
GREY = I wish you would notice me.
PURPLE = I don’t talk to you but I really love your blog.
TEAL = We have a lot in common.
YELLOW = I don’t know you at all.
ORANGE = I don’t like your blog.
BROWN = I don’t like you.
PINK = I think you are unattractive.
RED = I hate you with a burning passion.
WHITE = You scare me.
RAINBOW = BED PLZ.

(Source: omgreblog)

details:

September Cover Star Idris Elba

A little Lee Pace.

  1. Camera: LG Electronics LG-F180L

(Source: k-bishop)

The new and improved Pace Salsa. It’s hotter.

tvhousehusband:

The new and improved Pace Salsa. It’s hotter.

tvhousehusband:

The new and improved Pace Salsa. It’s hotter.

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I wish I could help, but I didn’t make it. :( I reblogged it from the blog of the person who does though. — try them?

Why so serious?