listerinezero replied to your post:You are a scholar and a gentlewoman.

You are not old we are the same age and I am super young and incredibly hip

You’re right, I take it back. I’m super hip and up on what the kids are into these days. I know all about the Mumfords and their sons and the Teen Wolves and the single directions and all of that nonsense, like the young, hip person that I am!

listerinezero said: You are a scholar and a gentlewoman.

Hee, well, that’s kind of you to say, but I think it’s more likely that I spend far too much time and energy on comic books in general and on the exploits of House DeFraction in particular XD

eta: ARGH SORRY THIS WAS SUPPOSED TO BE PRIVATE I’M BALLS AT TUMBLR D:

boiledjeans:

I mean……. I have to watch this at least once every month.

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archiemcphee:

Ann Arbor, Michigan-based artist Susan McLeary creates exquisite pieces of one-of-a-kind living jewelry using small succulent plants mounted on bronze bases. Each piece can be worn for 3-4 weeks, after which the plants may be gently removed from their bases and planted in a pot or garden.

Visit the PassionflowerToWear Etsy shop to view more of McLeary’s beautiful botanical jewelry.

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lefaym:

What an adorable lab rat you make, Charles.

I don’t see how anyone can interpret this as anything other than open and blatant flirting.

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bisexualcowgirl:

I love Jed Bartlet but imagine The West Wing where everything is the same but Abbey is president and Jed is just the dotty first husband full of inane facts

SOMEBODY MAKE THIS RIGHT NOW.  

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James McAvoy for OUT Magazine - October 2014.

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"We are, as a species, addicted to story. Even when the body goes to sleep, the mind stays up all night, telling itself stories."

— Jonathan Gottschall, The Storytelling Animal: How Stories Make Us Human (via revnaomiking)

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jetgirl78:

50 Girlcrushes of 2013: Charlotte Hegele
Disney Face. At the end of season one, Kate Andrews decided to go back home with her abusive father, undoing all the ways she had forged a life for herself. She abandoned her new family. She left Betty. Her life as Kate Andrews had been a lie. In season two, Marion Rowley slipped back into her Kate Andrews life and seemed determined to make this new life work this time because there was no going back. I still don’t quite know if Kate’s feelings for Ivan, her fiancee, are genuine or if it is Kate’s need to make a new life, a life everyone expects of her, that is pushing her in his direction. There are moments when Kate seems to want a life that isn’t the least bit conventional, like singing seductively to a room full of strangers. I wonder if Kate Andrews even knows who Kate Andrews really is, which brings me, of course, to her feelings for Betty. Betty is her home. She is her best friend. She makes Kate feel safe and loved, but is she in love with Betty? After two seasons, I am still not sure. Charlotte Hegele played this ambiguity so welll that there are days I think “yes, she’s totally in love” and other days when I think, “nope, friends”. Although if Betty throwing herself in jail to protect her doesn’t send Kate’s feelings tumbling into love, I don’t know what will. Betty could resist that Disney face if she tried. She would do anything to try to protect it.

rick227:

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Lupita Nyong’o for Entertainment Weekly (2014).

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