A Drop in the Ocean

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Happy Birthday mcgarrygirl78!!!! Hope you have had a wonderful day :)

jillyd4:

myusernamehere:

thegoatjustatethemoney:


Interviewer: If you are in the mood and you don’t have a boyfriend, what do you do?Adele: Uhm, I just go to sleep.Interviewer: But you have to do it!Adele: No, you don’t have to do it.Interviewer: But it’s good for you!Adele: It’s good for you but you don’t have to do it … I don’t really want to talk about masturbating on TV when there’s cameras.Interviewer: I was not talking about masturbating, I was talking about singing!Adele: Oh my god.

ADELE YOU FUCKING HERO

*DEAD*

CRYING

jillyd4:

myusernamehere:

thegoatjustatethemoney:

Interviewer: If you are in the mood and you don’t have a boyfriend, what do you do?
Adele: Uhm, I just go to sleep.
Interviewer: But you have to do it!
Adele: No, you don’t have to do it.
Interviewer: But it’s good for you!
Adele: It’s good for you but you don’t have to do it … I don’t really want to talk about masturbating on TV when there’s cameras.
Interviewer: I was not talking about masturbating, I was talking about singing!
Adele: Oh my god.

ADELE YOU FUCKING HERO

*DEAD*

CRYING

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Dec 7

eatstarsnsparkle:

boazpriestly:

osointricate:

boazpriestly:

demonsanddragons:

darcywho:

harlotstarlet-queenofconeyisland:

chasexjackson:

THE GOLDEN RULE OF TUMBLR

my god, we’re all Ross.

Excuse you.

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Excuse you

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So in conclusion, we are all the men of Friends, combined. 

Not just the men.

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Phoebe is basically a walking night blogger when she’s got a guitar.  Admit it.

In conclusion, we are the show Friends. 

we all need this on our blogs

Dec 7

funeral-march:

2013 is almost over and all i did was join more fandoms

Dec 7

funeral-march:

2013 is almost over and all i did was join more fandoms

Dec 7

#favourite professor #favourite literary character #favourite woman #favourite everything

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bricksnthewall:

Monday.

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Favorite lines: Leonard McCoy

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allyson-wonderlnd:

silentlydrawn:

leepaced:

if you didnt ship the queen and joe as a child you need to rethink your life choices

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#otp: you’ve been wearing black too long

it’s so true it hurts my heart

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crossedstirrups:

houseofhanover:

funnyorwtf:

Saw this on a door at work.

# the lights are agog # the ceiling’s aghast # is the desk drawer in love at last?

need to reblog this again for those tags

crossedstirrups:

houseofhanover:

funnyorwtf:

Saw this on a door at work.

the lights are agog # the ceiling’s aghast # is the desk drawer in love at last?

need to reblog this again for those tags

theparisreview:

“I don’t like a lot of description. I like to judge for myself what a character looks like from the way he talks. I picked up on that immediately. I thought, That’s the way to go, just keep the characters talking and the reader will discover what they look like. When you are developing your style you avoid weaknesses. I am not good at describing things so I stay away from it. And if anyone is going to describe anything at all, it’s going to be from the point of view of the character, because then I can use his voice and his attitude will be revealed in the way he describes what he sees. I want to remain completely out of it. I don’t want the reader to be aware of me as the writer.” —Elmore Leonard (1925-2013), from Como Conversazione: Criminal Conversations in our Winter 2002 issue. 

theparisreview:

“I don’t like a lot of description. I like to judge for myself what a character looks like from the way he talks. I picked up on that immediately. I thought, That’s the way to go, just keep the characters talking and the reader will discover what they look like. When you are developing your style you avoid weaknesses. I am not good at describing things so I stay away from it. And if anyone is going to describe anything at all, it’s going to be from the point of view of the character, because then I can use his voice and his attitude will be revealed in the way he describes what he sees. I want to remain completely out of it. I don’t want the reader to be aware of me as the writer.” —Elmore Leonard (1925-2013), from Como Conversazione: Criminal Conversations in our Winter 2002 issue. 

tippihedrens:

An Affair To Remember. Did you ever see it? Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr. She’s gonna meet him at the top of the Empire State Building… only she got hit by a taxi. And he waited and waited. And it was raining, I think. And then… she’s too proud to tell him… that she’s, uh… [starts to cry] crippled. And he’s too proud to find out why she doesn’t come. But he comes to see her anyway. I forget why, but, oh… Oh, it’s so amazing when he comes to see her because… [crying more] he doesn’t even notice that she doesn’t get up to say hello. And he’s very bitter. And you think that he’s just gonna walk out the door… and never know why she’s just lying there, you know, on the couch… with this blanket over her shriveled little legs. [sobbing] Suddenly he goes, “I already sold the painting.” And he like goes to the bedroom… and he looks and he comes out and he looks at her and he kind of just… They know and then they hug. And it’s so… [trails off crying]

Rita Wilson in “Sleepless in Seattle” [x]

Very occasionally, if you pay really close attention, life doesn’t suck.

- Joss Whedon (via finnickswand)

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