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only the good die young

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"I might go for the ninja look. Less muscles, more ninja."

"I might go for the ninja look. Less muscles, more ninja."


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How’s that for communication?


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“Unlike Stiles, I am actually innately shy and I am not as quick as he is to be confident in what he has to face. But we’re similiar in the way he feels about his friends and how he is loyal to them… and how he would do anything for them.” - Dylan O’Brien, Fashionisto Magazine

“Unlike Stiles, I am actually innately shy and I am not as quick as he is to be confident in what he has to face. But we’re similiar in the way he feels about his friends and how he is loyal to them… and how he would do anything for them.” - Dylan O’Brien, Fashionisto Magazine


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gorilllas:

*video doesn’t load within 2 seconds* well i guess i’ll never know


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Black girls don’t get told we are beautiful enough. Black girls aren’t always told we can be princesses. Cute, sweet, innocent, pure- these are not words black girls often hear associated with us. Fast, sassy, mouthy, too grown, angry, aggressive- those are the words that get shot at us like darts. Black girls are not girls- we are mini women who are forced to be strong. You must tell black girls they are beautiful, innocent, sweet, magical. You must treat black girls as girls. Then, you can talk about black girl characters whose looks and femininity doesn’t matter. Otherwise, you are just maintaining the status quo- denying black girls our beauty and femininity.
— Brittney Jones (via beautiful-ambition)

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Can we just talk about Hugh in this coat?


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empathysquared:

With a gun.Dead.And I won’t loose a moment’s rest.

empathysquared:

With a gun.
Dead.
And I won’t loose a moment’s rest.


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missblackwood:

sexual preference: men in expensive suits with protective instincts


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aureat:

can we all just have a minute of silence for all those good hair days no one important saw you


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Oh, brother darling.
Oh, brother dearest.
The two of you were children once.
You used to tell her that the sun
lived in her hair, that she
was every morning you woke up happy.
When you grew your fangs,
the first thing you did was suck the marrow
from that golden sun, then she followed you to the river
and watched you bury your baby teeth
while everything burned like an ending.
If you still love her, it is not in a way
that she can forgive.
There is blood on the walls of your
home and she is still the little girl
who would help you put it there.
There is blood in your mouth and it is
not yours,
but everything tastes the same
when she is looking at you like that, anyway.
She has always been yours
because she never got the
chance to be anything else,
so you hold her close like a blade
to the chest, and hope that she knows why.
If you hadn’t eaten your heart,
it would have broken at the sight
of her, all golden and shining,
with eyes so alive that you
wished you could crawl inside of them.
Brother, darling,
You are not forgiven.
Brother, dearest,
You are always forgiven.
You never tell her that the sun
is still in her hair.
She forgets your hands and
how to hold them, so you don’t
offer.
Instead, you stick a dagger in her chest
and call it love.
Instead, you stick a dagger in her chest,
and she believes you.
— Oh brother dearest | Caitlyn Siehl (via alonesomes)

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"Raul just felt like he understood the material, he understood the character, … It takes a very specific actor to be able to navigate that. I just knew Raul could do it, and I love being in the editing room with those scenes with Raul, because he always tries something new and something funny. He improvises, like in the first one when he’s like, “Hannibal, Hannibal, Hannibal…” None of that was really scripted, and it just felt like he was such a goof that it’s fun to roll your eyes at him, but you’re actually invested in his role." - Bryan Fuller


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i-would-walk500miles:

brohaaaan:

me in the financial aid office

i-would-walk500miles:

brohaaaan:

me in the financial aid office