1. romanadv0ratrelundar:

    when people criticize your otp:

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  2. Poison Arrow (12'' Extended Remix) - ABC →

    Who broke my heart, you did you did

    Bow to the target blame Cupid, Cupid

    You think you’re smart

    Stupid, stupid

    Shoot that poison arrow through my heart

    Shoot that poison arrow

  3. thurstin:

    truyorkbity:

    AvaLynn was attacked by another student on the school playground. We are fighting for answers and for greater supervision at school.

    My friend Lacey Harris’s 5 year old daughter was brutalized by another child on the playground at school this week, in Pascagoula, Mississippi. Her face is swollen and bruised beyond recognition, and the only thing the school can tell her is that they “are investigating”

    This sweet little 5 year old girl is terrified to return to school. She is in pain and she has been MAIMED. This needs IMMEDIATE media attention. The school and local news are ignoring the mother’s and loved ones’ cries for help. This family needs justice for what has been done to their poor little angel, and not just to be swept under the rug, as the school district is attempting to do. PLEASE shine some light on this situation and force school administration and news media to get some answers!

    The mother has started a GoFundMe page to request help for paying medical bills and legal fees, as it looks as though she’s going to have to pursue this route in order to get any justice at all for her little girl. Please, please, share this link on your page. Even if people are unable to donate, please just help us get the word out on what is going on with this poor family.

    This is really heartbroken for me and extremely hard to look at.

    This is the link to Ava’s donation page.
    Please donate and share and PRAY!
    God bless you all!

    http://www.gofundme.com/doid6w

    she’s just a baby!!!! :(

    The evidence is there in black and blue

  4. sophygurl:

    rottweilersatemylaptop posted this and said she wanted everyone who hadn’t done it yet to do it so here goes: “five television series I’d want with me on a deserted island which has power and a flatscreen:”

    (I’ve a feeling this is a meme based on a meme I missed by not being around much lately)

    1. Lost - for the irony, because it has many seasons, and because I would finally have the time to sit and watch it obsessively enough to truly understand it all.

    2. Buffy the Vampire Slayer - because FAVE.

    3. Veronica Mars - because FAVE.

    4. General Hospital - because there are 50 years worth of 5 days a week episodes to watch so I’d never run out of something to watch.

    5. Gilligan’s Island - again, for the irony.

    1. Gilligan’s Island

    2. Gilligan’s Island

    3. Dusty’s Trail

    4. Gilligan’s Island

    5. Gilligan’s Island

    wait- read 3. as Dusty’s Trail/Gilligan’s Island

  5. Gilligan

    "A person that is part of the television show, "Gilligan’s Island". The whole story line has to do with them going on a trip on a boat, and then a storm come and they get casted away, and they land on a desserted island that isnt on any map. They had like 100 chances to get out of the island but one person always messes the plan up, guess who? Gilligan. I don’t get why they dont just kill him he’s the one that gets them stuck on the island and messes up their plan to get off it." - urbandictionary

  6. invisibility cloak? Hell I invented that the day i was fucking born

  7. walking into an unfamiliar neighbourhood trying to mind your own business like you live there

    walking into an unfamiliar neighbourhood trying to mind your own business like you live there

    (Source: thecatsmustbecrazy)

  8. Jug doodle. LOL read it and weep, Dan deCarlo

    Jug doodle. LOL read it and weep, Dan deCarlo

  9. pleasefireme:

    Please fire me. I had the following conversation with my boss today:

    Boss: “Why didn’t you ask me to order this?”

    Me: “Because it doesn’t sell.”

    Boss: “You should’ve told me anyway.”

    Me: “You yell at me when I order things that don’t sell and now you’re yelling at me for not ordering things that don’t sell.”

    Boss: “Jeff, you should’ve learned by now, I’m going to yell at you regardless.” 

  10. the-hulot-universe:

Jonathan Rosenbaum  on Jour de fete :
“Jacques Tati's first feature, a euphoric comedy set in a sleepy village, was meant to be the first French feature in color; it was shot in 1947 using two cameras, one color and one black-and-white. But the new Thomson-Color process failed to yield results that could be printed, so in 1949 the film was released in black and white. Fifteen years later Tati released a recut version in which a few details were colored by means of stencils, the version generally available ever since—at least until Tati's daughter Sophie, a professional film editor, and film technician Francois Ede decided to restore the original color in 1994. Their meticulous work took well over a year, and what emerges is truly precious: a color print that looks not like the films of 1947 but like 1947 itself. As in all of Tati's features, the plot is minimal: during Bastille Day festivities, Francois (Tati), the local postman, encounters a newsreel about streamlined postal delivery in America and attempts to clean up his act accordingly. But the exquisite charm of this masterpiece has less to do with individual gags (funny though many of them are) than with Tati's portrait of a highly interactive French village after the war—a view of paradise suffused with affection and poetry.” On set picture: Jour de Fête was filmed in 1947 (same year as L’Ecole des facteurs). It was released in 1949.Jacques Tati on the left.

    the-hulot-universe:

    Jonathan Rosenbaum  on Jour de fete :

    Jacques Tati's first feature, a euphoric comedy set in a sleepy village, was meant to be the first French feature in color; it was shot in 1947 using two cameras, one color and one black-and-white. But the new Thomson-Color process failed to yield results that could be printed, so in 1949 the film was released in black and white. Fifteen years later Tati released a recut version in which a few details were colored by means of stencils, the version generally available ever since—at least until Tati's daughter Sophie, a professional film editor, and film technician Francois Ede decided to restore the original color in 1994. Their meticulous work took well over a year, and what emerges is truly precious: a color print that looks not like the films of 1947 but like 1947 itself. As in all of Tati's features, the plot is minimal: during Bastille Day festivities, Francois (Tati), the local postman, encounters a newsreel about streamlined postal delivery in America and attempts to clean up his act accordingly. But the exquisite charm of this masterpiece has less to do with individual gags (funny though many of them are) than with Tati's portrait of a highly interactive French village after the war—a view of paradise suffused with affection and poetry.” 

    On set picture: Jour de Fête was filmed in 1947 (same year as L’Ecole des facteurs). It was released in 1949.
    Jacques Tati on the left.

  11. the-hulot-universe:

Jonathan Rosenbaum:   “Like all of the very great comics, before making us laugh, Tati creates a universe. A world arranges itself around his character, crystallizes like a supersaturated solution around a grain of salt. Certainly the character created by Tati is funny, but almost accessorily, and in any case always relative to the universe. He can be personally absent from the most comical gags, for M. Hulot is only the metaphysical incarnation of a disorder that is perpetuated long after his passing.” Photo: Les Vacances de Mr.Hulot - set. — te Saint-Marc-sur-Mer

    the-hulot-universe:

    Jonathan Rosenbaum:

    “Like all of the very great comics, before making us laugh, Tati creates a universe. A world arranges itself around his character, crystallizes like a supersaturated solution around a grain of salt. Certainly the character created by Tati is funny, but almost accessorily, and in any case always relative to the universe. He can be personally absent from the most comical gags, for M. Hulot is only the metaphysical incarnation of a disorder that is perpetuated long after his passing.”

    Photo: Les Vacances de Mr.Hulot - set.
    — te Saint-Marc-sur-Mer

  12. awildfreebatch:

    potter-merlin:

    petrichoriousparalian:

    youfightthosefaries:

    9 Problems with Women’s Clothing

    And the worst part is that clothing companies do it because they know we’ll still buy their products.  But do we have much other choice?

    and if you’re fat multiply these difficulties by 9000%

    Amen. Also my bras cost 50 freaking dollars! I really don’t want to pay that much for some material to cover my breasts :/

    I work in retail and I approve this message.

  13. the-hulot-universe:

David Merveille - Hulot & Journal - impression sur papier

    the-hulot-universe:

    David Merveille - Hulot & Journal - impression sur papier

  14. the-hulot-universe:

PlaytimeBelgian (Dutch) poster after Cabu Belgische affiche voor de re-release van Playtime

    the-hulot-universe:

    PlaytimeBelgian (Dutch) poster after Cabu
    Belgische affiche voor de re-release van Playtime