August 18th, 2012

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game of thrones meme: five houses [3/5] → house lannister

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Karen and Arthur on reading the script for episode 5

  • Arthur: Well I read it and then Karen refused to read it for about two or three weeks because she was keeping in denial about the fact that we're leaving so I really wanted somebody to talk to and had to wait for her to read it. It was like reading the last chapter of the best book you've ever read and being really surprised and satisfied by the ending. It was pretty emotional.
  • Karen: I didn't read the ending of the script for a really long time until like really close to shooting it and Arthur was just calling me saying 'Karen will you just read it because I want to talk about it, I'm really excited' and I was like 'no no no, I'm still in denial.' [When I read the final scenes] I instantly phoned Matt and I was crying and laughing hysterically going 'Oh my God this is so good.'
eatsleepdraw:

Bianca Morelos
oil + acrylic
http://aerobicsalmon.tumblr.com/

eatsleepdraw:

Bianca Morelos

oil + acrylic

http://aerobicsalmon.tumblr.com/

myvintagelove:

AU meme ✓ Model agency

She’s a sweet ingénue with a glorified idea of the fashion industry. He’s a brooding photographer who’s lost his passion long ago. When they meet at a shooting, there’s sparkles. He teaches her everything she has to know about being a model. She allows him to find his fire. Together, they’re going to turn fashion upside down.

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catbountry:

hawkesauce:

fictionalnotfactual:

CORGI APPRECIATION POST.

and………Dead.

Best post.

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bohemea:

The Custom of the Country - Vogue by Annie Leibovitz, September 2012
Jeffrey Eugenides as Henry James, Natalia Vodianova as Edith Wharton, Jack Huston as Morton Fullerton & Elijah Wood as Wharton’s chauffeur Charles Cook.

bohemea:

The Custom of the Country - Vogue by Annie Leibovitz, September 2012

Jeffrey Eugenides as Henry James, Natalia Vodianova as Edith Wharton, Jack Huston as Morton Fullerton & Elijah Wood as Wharton’s chauffeur Charles Cook.

(Source: Vogue, via suicideblonde)

souvenirsofhell:

eclairdelarmes:

mayorofawesometown:

by Tomer Hanuka

SHIT GODAMN REALLY GOOD

One of my favorite artists. I especially like the illustration for The Road by Cormac McCarthy

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songsofwolves:

The King Beyond the Wall

songsofwolves:

The King Beyond the Wall

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August 16th, 2012
cheattowin:

Interviewer: Okay. Which designers do you prefer? Hillary Clinton: What designers of clothes? Interviewer: Yes. Hillary Clinton: Would you ever ask a man that question?Interviewer: Probably not. Probably not.

cheattowin:

Interviewer: Okay. Which designers do you prefer? 
Hillary Clinton: What designers of clothes? 
Interviewer: Yes. 
Hillary Clinton: Would you ever ask a man that question?
Interviewer: Probably not. Probably not.

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mckaylamaroney:

Fierce Five on David Letterman.

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nevver:

  1. In the ketchup: Operating at a deficit
  2. John Hollowlegs: A hungry man [hobo use]
  3. Lobbygow: One who loafs around an opium den in hopes of being offered a free pipe
  4. Happy cabbage: A sizable amount of money to be spent on self-satisfying things
  5. Zib: A nondescript nincompoop
  6. Give someone the wind: To jilt a suitor with great suddenness
  7. The zings: A hangover
  8. Butter and egg man: A wealthy, unsophisticated, small-town businessman who tries to become a playboy, especially when visiting a large city
  9. Cluck and grunt: Eggs and ham
  10. Off the cob: Corny
  11. Dog robber: A baseball umpire
  12. Happies: Arch supporters [shoe salesman use]
  13. High-wine: A mixture of grain alcohol and Coca-Cola [hobo use]
  14. Flub the dub: To evade one’s duty
  15. Donkey’s breakfast: A straw mattress
  16. George Eddy: A customer who does not tip
  17. Wet sock: A limp, flaccid handshake
  18. Gazoozle: To cheat
  19. On a toot: On a drunken spree

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