kingdomheartsnyctophiliac:

OKAY THE FACT THAT ‘IMAGES’ IS NO LONGER THE SECOND LINK ON GOOGLE IS DRIVING ME UP THE WALL

NO I DON’T WANT TO WATCH VIDEOS

NO I DON’T WANT TO GO SHOPPING

JUST TAKE ME TO THE FRICKING IMAGES

Okay, so I’m NOT going crazy. THANK GOD. 

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djhannahrad:

#TRUTH

#WednesdayWordsOfWisdom

theniftyfifties:

Marilyn Monroe paints her nails.

seachanging:

Beck @ Coachella

Aw what a lil cutieeee

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Manhattan Beach Ocean Front Residence | WAV

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No idea where she got it, but I kind of really want this beanie.

“The first thing most reviews will tell you is that there isn’t much plot to the movie; what it does have is brilliant, richly complex characters whose eternal lives are fueled by not only their patient yet intense devotion to one another but also their complementary obsessions with art and ideas. Hiddleston’s Adam idolizes the many misunderstood scientists of human history, from Galileo to Tesla, and makes music that he only occasionally allows to get out into the world (unwilling and in some senses unable to live a public life, he sometimes lets a great musician, like Schubert, take credit for it). Eve is the ideal audience for, and curator of, art; she seems to inhale the books she reads in all of the world’s languages, and watching her dance to music would be enough to make any frustrated artist keep creating (or just, you know, living).”
— via (Flavorwire)