jaclcfrost:

"how are you doing?"

[makes several vague hand gestures and various noises rather than giving an actual answer]

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blackbirdrose:

zerachin:

theongreyjoy:

that show you have every intention of watching and you are 100% confident that you’ll love but you refuse to watch right now because its not the right time.

#THE STARS ARE NOT IN POSITION TO WATCH THIS SHOW

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OMG. I drive my bff crazy with this. I’m not alone! 

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Tags: tv fandom Disney me

pulpcovers:

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My biography

pulpcovers:

The Cautious Amorist http://ift.tt/1mvsVXZ

My biography

Tags: books love sex me

publicdomaindiva:

Tad Tadlock in Design for Dreaming (1956).

It’s silly but this just reminded me that I re-upped my pixie hair cute because was admiring her bangs/fringe game. I put a little blue in it too. Here, it looks really qt:

By the way you can watch the original goofy promotion film that the GIF is from, via MST3K, here.

publicdomaindiva:

Tad Tadlock in Design for Dreaming (1956).

It’s silly but this just reminded me that I re-upped my pixie hair cute because was admiring her bangs/fringe game. I put a little blue in it too. Here, it looks really qt:

By the way you can watch the original goofy promotion film that the GIF is from, via MST3K, here.



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luxio:

tries to do things: becomes overridden with anxiety

doesn’t do things: becomes overridden with anxiety

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Getting my hurrs cut on Tuesday!

Getting my hurrs cut on Tuesday!

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horny and depressed is a reasonable way to kick of 2014 right?

Tags: sex life me

Heh, I just saw Doug Benson interrupt this movie at Cinefamily; I ran into him there the night before and confessed that I “don’t hate” this movie and I’m quite sure he was therefore very dubious of my taste. And watching it the next night definitely reminded me of its many, many flaws. But there are still a shitload of entertaining aspects:

  • Jim Carrey’s endless physical vamping
  • BABY GRINCH
  • All the over-the-top production design/practical effects that would probably have been replaced with bad CGI even a couple of years later
  • The fact that Christine Baranski’s character is the only one without any creepy Whoville facial prosthetics but she wants that Grinch dee with a fierceness. And, speaking of the D, the Grinch basically NEVER wears PANTS which is such a ludicrous example of selective faithfulness to the source material that it’s sublime
  • Did I mention the BABY GRINCH? not the terrifying baby baby though, the cute kid version

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thegeekcooks:

This is basically what it’s like to be an adult.

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