"I look nice, but im not nice."
Kayla. 23. Fake New Yorker. "My whole life is like an Ode to Stana Katic" Multi-Fandom Mess. I like a lot of things.

P.s: I'll force feed you Bollywood movies.

Tina Fey and Amy Poehler attend ELLE’s 21st Annual Women in Hollywood

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Get off the couch. Talk to strangers. Experiment with food. Experiment with clothes. Dye your hair blue, or don’t (seriously). Cry into your pillow. Cry with joy. Gain a few pounds. Get fit. Travel outside of your country. Travel within your city. Travel within yourself. Make promises that you keep. Stop lying to yourself. Get in fights with the people you love. Enjoy the evolution of the apology to follow. Start a revolution. Be a revolution. Be an adventure.

Screw survival. Live. —Noor Shirazie (via aestheticintrovert)

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KB: You’re seriously milking this whole “I’ve been missing for two months” thing, aren’t you?

RC: They are glad to have me back and if fussing over me makes them happy, enjoy it.

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Riri for Vogue


tagged #Rihanna

[kapil about arjun] He’s not a good person, do not trust him. He’s flirting with everyone and I have a proof look!


”’How do you explain to your child, she was born to be hurt?' This line from Imitation of Life evokes the United States in its last desperate years of institutionalized racism. It seems more than coincidence that Douglas Sirk filmed his masterpiece in late summer of 1958, less than three years after Rosa Parks sat down in that bus in Montgomery and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. led the boycott. Only a few years earlier, neither Hollywood nor the American public would have accepted this picture. (Even the 1934 Imitation of Life, conservative, safe, and devoid of subtext, encountered roadblocks…) In the spirit of those times, what might Juanita Moore’s lines to Lana Turner— ‘How do you explain to your child, she was born to be hurt?’ —have meant to audiences north and south when the film opened in 1959? What does it mean today? And how might we, in the ‘progressive’ twenty-first century, explain to those audiences at the the tail end of a similar era, that so much has changed, and so little?”
—Sam Staggs, Born to Be Hurt: The Untold Story of Imitation of Life

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One Tree Hill cast at the FWTP2 in Paris, France.

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