good luck with that box. all the world's a stage
Does she scare you a little? Good. She should make you fear her love, so that when she lets you be apart of it, you won’t take it lightly. She should remind you of the power that beauty brings, that storms reside in her veins, and that she still wants you in the middle of it all. Do not take this soul for granted, for she is fierce, and she can take you places that you never thought you could go; but she is still loving in the midst of it all, like the calm rain after a storm, she can bring life. Learn her, and cherish her, respect her, and love her; for she is so much more than a pretty face, she is a soul on fire.

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things I’m still learning at 23

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catsbeaversandducks:

Dead leaves and the dirty ground… Autumn is here!

Photos via Flickr (Please click on each photo for sources)

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awwww-cute:

Lazy record store employee

awwww-cute:

Lazy record store employee

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themidnitespookshow:

where can i get this

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clinttbarton:

lvegotadarkalley:

i love fall colors and fall drinks and fall activities and fall weather and fall clothes but most of all i love fall out boy

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girldwarf:

I have this theory that resting bitch face is actually just every girl’s face in its natural state, and it only seems rare and mean b/c most women are conditioned to be in constant state of smiling and using facial expressions to subtly submit to people around them

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pyromancerjack said: Do you believe that there is anything men can do to aid feminism despite not being able to be feminists themselves?

shamelesslyunladylike:

Oh, there’s plenty men can do! Unfortunately (for men), none of that gets you the hero status and women fawning over you that most men seem to be after when they decide to engage in feminist causes. Some things that men can do to help are:

- Confront other men in male-dominated spaces when they display sexist behavior (even if there’s no woman looking).

- Do not watch porn or participate in the sex industry in any way. Tell your male friends to do the same.

- Donate money to institutions dedicated to helping women.

- Listen to women and believe them without questioning or playing devil’s advocate when they talk about their experiences.

- Use your privileged voice to create opportunities for women. For example, you can recommend a female coworker for a promotion to your boss, or make sure he pays attention to her work. Women are often invisible or ignored.

- Understand the importance of female-only spaces and protect those spaces. Do not try to invade them and do not let other men do the same.

- Do not let the women in your life do more than their share of housework. Clean your stuff, wash your dishes, change your kid’s diapers, cook your food, and do all of that without being asked to or expecting special praise.

- Respect women’s boundaries and spaces. Do not take more than your share of a seat on a bus or a train, for example, and do not push women around verbally. Women are socialized to be accomodating and will often not enforce their own boundaries for fear of male violence, even if they’re terribly uncomfortable, so you have to recognize this discomfort and back off.

- Do not judge a woman for her appearance. Avoid commenting on it, and never compare her to another woman. If you want to praise a woman, prefer to focus on her intelligence or skills.

- Work to dismantle male supremacy from the inside. Combat your own male socialization, your own entitlement and your own tendency to violence and aggression. Question everything that’s gendered. And do not become defensive or try to justify yourself when a woman calls you out on your male-dominant behavior. Do not use tired cliches like “not all men are like that!” or “but I’m a nice guy!”. Instead, examine your behavior and try to understand why you’re being called out.

- And more important of all, do all of the above without expecting any special reward! Your reward is to be participating in creating a better world that’s fair for everybody. You don’t get to be a “special” man, you don’t get free passes for anything, you don’t get to stand out for being decent. If you feel you deserve anything extra for being a decent human being, that’s your male entitlement at work. Afterall, if you’re helping women to make yourself look good, you are not helping at all.

Hope the info’s useful!

theswinginsixties:

'Fall-in-Love Colors”'by Dorothy Gray, 1966.

theswinginsixties:

'Fall-in-Love Colors”'by Dorothy Gray, 1966.

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dunpkin:

theoppositeofamnesiaa:

dunpkin:

someone please make a meme masterpost of every tumblr meme ever

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Memes/Tumblr

it doesn’t have all of them but it has a lot of them

this is so surreal honestly its like traveling through time

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AT LEAST IT’S NOT RACIST

AT LEAST IT’S NOT RACIST

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villa-kulla:

"The first time I met Bryan Cranston, he was standing in his underwear. We were doing a photo shoot for a little-known network called AMC, and he was in a rubber chemistry apron, tighty whities and desert boots, while I was in an impeccably tailored 1960s suit, with slicked-back hair and a cigarette dangling from my mouth. Our shows hadn’t premiered yet. We were simply two actors, in costume and out of context. He was friendly, funny, gregarious, humble and lovely.” - Jon Hamm

villa-kulla:

"The first time I met Bryan Cranston, he was standing in his underwear. We were doing a photo shoot for a little-known network called AMC, and he was in a rubber chemistry apron, tighty whities and desert boots, while I was in an impeccably tailored 1960s suit, with slicked-back hair and a cigarette dangling from my mouth. Our shows hadn’t premiered yet. We were simply two actors, in costume and out of context. He was friendly, funny, gregarious, humble and lovely.” - Jon Hamm

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theswinginsixties:

The Supremes with Polaroid Land Cameras.

theswinginsixties:

The Supremes with Polaroid Land Cameras.

theswinginsixties:

The Supremes

theswinginsixties:

The Supremes

I enjoy eating late at night, developing a Chicago accent, and judging people cruelly. The fact that I do not and will likely never fully understand the sport of cricket haunts me night and day. I know this story is about a princess and I know I am in this story. I have not yet determined whether the princess and I are one and the same.