Listen to the beats resound
(It feels better biting down)

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David Fincher Filmography

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“I’m not interested in them not dating. He’s 40, she’s 34. They had to work so hard to get to the point that they’re at now, and I want to see two people together working hard to make it work than breaking up. That’s not what I’m interested in right now.”
— Mindy Kaling on Mindy and Danny (x)

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“In order to quantify its metric, GLAAD introduced the Vito Russo test, patterned after the Bechdel Test and named for the author of the seminal work on Hollywood queer representation, The Celluloid Closet.
The Vito Russo test breaks down effective or complex queer representation into three components. The film must have:
* A character who is “identifiably” gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender
* Who is not “solely or predominantly defined” by their sexual or gender identity—that is, it’s not the only thing you know about them
*Whose presence actually has a purpose within the plot of the story.”

Applying the Vito Russo Test to the number of films released gives an even bleaker picture of the state of GLBTQ representation in Hollywood, as the majority of the films which included queer or genderqueer representation only featured characters for a few seconds, and often purely as the brunt of a gay joke, a source of “gay panic,” or other offensive humor.

Still, there were some bright spots, notably Lionsgate’s Peeples, which presented a positive queer relationship to a predominantly African-American viewership, and Sony’s The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones, which introduced a fandom favorite in the queer romance of Magnus/Alec, which will hopefully get more screentime as the series continues.

GLAAD’s report on GLBTQ representation in Hollywood for 2013 is dismal.

Bad news for queer & genderqueer fans of cinema: Hollywood doesn’t love you back.

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laughterkey:

bleep0bleep:

heathyr:

THERE’S BEEN AN INCIDENT AND THE PRESIDENT’S SON (WHO IS SO VERY LOVED BY THE PUBLIC) NEEDS TO BE MOVED NOW

[movie narrator voice] IN A WORLD WHERE THE LEADER OF THE FREE WORLD’S ONLY WEAKNESS ISHIS QUICK-TO-DODGE-SECURITY- ENTHUSIASTIC-FRESHLY-GRADUATED-FROM-COLLEGE SON, THE COUNTRY IS ON EDGE WHEN THE FIRST SON DISAPPEARS. THE RANSOM DEMAND IS HIGH BUT THE STAKES ARE CLEAR THE KIDNAPPERS MEAN TO SEND A MESSAGE AND DON’T PLAN ON RETURNING HIM ALIVE. THE ONE FORMER SECRET SERVICE AGENT WHO QUIT HIS JOB MONTHS AGO BECAUSE HE WAS AFRAID OF GETTING TOO CLOSE TO HIS CHARGE NOW IS DETERMINED TO BRING HIM BACK 

[dramatic fade to black, the music swells and then fades, and then the only sound is the slick slide of leather over skin]

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wesleystattoo:

Solving a problem on the Hale way by simply slowly back away 

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Q

Anonymous asked:

so being a 21 yr old college graduate... you don't feel weird that you love a boyband?

A

stupidstagram:

what am i supposed to love??? briefcases??? 

jokersbblivefeedupdates:

11:50 AM PST - Talk turns to pickles and bananas. Caleb regales Brit with an extensive autobiographical expose of his history with pickles. Caleb talks about Amber always saying, “You’re crazy! You’re nuts!” Caleb’s going to put a pickle inside a banana peel for her, simply because you can’t judge a book by its cover. “Give the banana a chance. Peel it. See what’s inside.” (NT)
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11:51 AM PST - Caleb says he’s going to take a banana peel, wrap a pickle in it and give it to Amber. She hates bananas, but loves pickles! And says “You can not judge a book by its cover” (NT)
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Caleb from Big Brother 16 might be the most delusional person I’ve ever seen.

reticentverbiage:

I love your hair! The cut, the bangs, the color!

omgosh thank you, it’s so rough right now because I haven’t had it cut since February (except me trimming my bangs). I’m actually getting it cut this afternoon and I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DOOOOOOOOO halp Sandra!

This made me so happy to see, yay! :D

EDIT: looking back I realized that picture made my hair look HELLA blonde, it’s actually definitely more brown than blonde in real life, but every time I see my stylist she’s like “do you color your hair?????” and it’s like NAH BRUH I WOKE UP LIKE DIS

Your hair here reminds me of Emily Gordon’s hair. Do you follow her? I feel like you would LOVE her.

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outofficial:

Time to add The Flash to your watch list. Executive producer Greg Berlanti reveals the show will have two gay characters in the show’s debut season.

The Flash actually looks pretty good. The question is, do I want to watch all the episodes of Arrow in order to keep up with the continuity?

I’ll watch Arrow if you will (full disclosure: I will watch Arrow solely for Colton Haynes and literally no other reason).

I watched like the first 7 episodes of Arrow and then quit because Colton wasn’t in any of them! He gets there in season two I think. But yes! Let’s do it! I’ve heard that it gets really good once you get to the second season so we’ll just need to power through the first.

laughterkey:

icecreamisbetterwithafork:

This song just put a little skip in my Wednesday step! 

Can’t not reblog this

adulthoodisokay:

Oh look, it’s a new GIF I’m going to use for everything.

adulthoodisokay:

Oh look, it’s a new GIF I’m going to use for everything.

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