1. kenobi-wan-obi:

    dynastylnoire:

    He goes in

    I really want this whole thing in transcript or quoted, it’s perfect.

    MASSIVE APPLAUSES 

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  2. flawfilled:

    RIP to all those who didn’t make it to 2014. And to those that did; I’m so, so proud of you.

    I didn’t even try to scroll past this

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  5. strongerquickerbetter:

    fit-foot-forward:

    This is Scarlett Johansson at a beach in Hawaii.

    She is one of the most gorgeous women in the world and a huge sex symbol. She isn’t totally skinny, she only has a thigh gap if she stands with her legs apart and she has cellulite and stretch marks on her thighs and butt. Does she give a fuck? No!

    Regardless of all this, she’s absolutely gorgeous. There’s nothing wrong with cellulite, or stretch marks, or not having a perfectly flat stomach, you are beautiful and these things are normal. 

    I just wanted you all to see somebody who isn’t “perfect”, is still incredibly beautiful and doesn’t care about her stretch marks.

    This legitimately just made me feel 1,000x better. I am a perfectionist about every aspect of my life, and sometimes it’s hard for me to recognize that nobody is or can be perfect.

    I’m pretty sure I have reblogged this before but I just love this so much. Scarlett is one of my favorite women of all time. 

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  6. wheezytumblr:

    edwardspoonhands:

    tnanz:

    Only on page 215 of this bad boy (Hyperion by Dan Simmons).  But I’m already a fan.  I have to admit, I almost didn’t start this because of the cover (very old school sci fi, right?  lots of strange colors, and a ship where it doesn’t belong.  OH AND LOOK A HIGHLY TECHNOLOGICAL BAD GUY!).  BUT if you’re into fantasy or sci fi at all (I think this would fall more into sci fi, but it’s got some of the flavor of fantasy too), you should give this a shot.  It boils down to good story telling.  Each character is telling their own narrative, but cohesively (so no George R R Martin style perspective skipping around by chapter).  The “magic” — term used loosely here, as Clarke said “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic” — is neat, logical, and clean.  The overarching quest/mission is interesting and just well enough defined that I’m intrigued and not frustrated.  On the crazy word invention scale (1 — English!  to 10 — And the trees are called flurghinah beneath the bright blue silkido) I’d give this a solid 2.

    If you liked Ender’s Game, the Foundation Novels, or C S Friedman, I think you’ll like this a lot.  The converse also holds.

    The worst thing about science fiction is the cover design. It’s like they’re excited to announce “THIS IS PULPY BS! NO LITERATURE HERE! NOPE!” 

    Currently reading Rainbows End by Vernor Vinge. So far it’s amazing. If you haven’t read A Fire Upon the Deep also by Vernor Vinge you should do yourself a favor and do so.

    I friggin LOVE the Hyperion covers, and sic-fi covers in general. It’s like, “looks like uber pulpy shit right? NOPE, NOW ENJOY YOUR GUT WRENCHING FEELS AND EPIC BRAIN CANDY.” 

     
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  8. Finished Breaking Bad yesterday and can I just say how freaking amazing all these people were? Just wow. What a show. What a cast. What a goddamn crew. What great writing. Just yes. Just. Freaking. Yes. 

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  9. jewist:

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