somepretty-things:

cuntchita:

Jesus has spoken

the prettiest Jesus I’ve ever seen

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days-of-reading:

In which case, you fail by default.

thestarstone:

"Rock bottom became the solid foundation on which I built my life. It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might as well not have lived at all."

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Audrey Hepburn in hair test shots for War and Peace (1955)

DEM EYEBROWS

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caravans:

I recently got to spend the afternoon with Caitlin Moran, taking pictures together for an interview she did in the new issue of BUST Magazine. There was much laughter, drinking of tea, and she was absolute fun to be around.

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Legally Blonde (2001)

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Fans ask questions at the 2014 Game of thrones Comic-Con panel (x)

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evolutia:

typicalogan:

I’m not even a Katy Perry fan but if you’re gonna rage over her “cultural appropriation” please be sure to mention everyone else who does it.

I’ve seen plenty of you here on tumblr and twitter bitch about Katy Perry’s braids yet you just adore Brooke Candy.

What I’m saying is, if you call yourself being against something please don’t pick and choose when, you can’t make it okay for some artist and wrong for others.

I personally don’t consider Katy Perry’s music video a product of “cultural appropriation”.

First, if you did five minutes of research you’d be able to find information on the topic of cultural appropriation and within less than 30 seconds I found information proving that Nicki Minaj was called out. I’m sure if I spent the full 5 minutes I recommend to you, I could find examples and evidence of the Black people you mentioned getting called out. Just because you aren’t paying attention, doesn’t mean other people haven’t been. If you’re gonna speak on a subject matter, you come correct or you don’t come at all. I’m not going to do the work for you.

People haven’t said anything about Brooke Candy? You can literally type in, Brooke Candy, cultural appropriation and have results in 0.31 seconds with a plethora of links. Same with Katy Perry, the person you used to headline this post. Look a couple things up before talking please and thank you. Katy Perry is abhorrent, if you actually looked up what she did, you’d not be defending her right now.

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"I would like Martin Scorsese to be interested in a female character once in a while, but I don’t know if I’ll live that long."

Meryl Streep pulling weeds (via tarntino)

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the criticism of scorsese is absolutely true and valid but lmao honestly how dare you bring quentin tarantino into this by calling him “a basic white guy” and lumping him in with pedophile rapist woody allen… quentin has written better WOC than half of hollywood’s biggest directors right now. kill bill features 6 lead women (3 being WOC) all incredibly strong and complex, and death proof has two different sets of kickass women and WOC. two movies alone featuring about a dozen female characters. so what the hell are you even talking about. the book that jackie brown was based on featured a white female lead but quentin cast pam grier simply because she was the right actress for jackie, absolutely no hesitations because of her race. so go ahead and demand better women from scorsese but tarantino has been establishing a standard for filmmakers to write better female characters since the ’90s.

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tastefullyoffensive:

Clever Pun Illustrations by Nabhan Abdullatif [via]

Previously: Punny Illustrations by RandyOtter

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