jennytrout:

I like to imagine that like, ten years after the finale, they hooked up and now they’re together forever and ever.

Don’t fucking tell me what the comics say. The comics are dead to me.

(Source: buhfy)

The problem is that now I’ve thought it, and said it aloud it’s become the truth. 

And I can’t pretend to feel any differently. 

Do you know what’s really fucking hot?

Commitment. 

jaclcfrost:

"why do you like floral prints so much" because i’m not a person. secretly i’m just a mass of bees. trying to blend in with humans. unable to let go of my love of flowers

A 14 year-old boy was recently raped at knife-point by a 20 year-old woman. When the story broke, it was primarily men who claimed he should have enjoyed it. It was feminists who validated his pain and spoke in support of him.

This is why we need feminism.

(via charlesneedsfeminism)

"but men get raped too-"

AND LOOK HOW YOU HANDLED THAT

(via booooost)

under-radar-mag:

Since the very beginning, Belle and Sebastian’s records have been populated by a wide assortment of characters; from Judy, Sukie, and Jane all the way through “Suicide Girl” on Write About Love. In making his first film, God Help the Girl, Belle and Sebastian singer and songwriter Stuart Murdoch had an opportunity to spend more time with his created characters than ever before. Unrestricted to how many details he could fit in a song, he fully developed God Help the Girl’s primary cast with fully fleshed-out relationships and back stories. In the film, aspiring songwriter Eve (Emily Browning) leaves her mental health facility and connects with young like-minded musicians James (Olly Alexander) and Cass (Hannah Murray). They form a band, and romances bloom. Their charming story is in the form of a classic Hollywood musical, with characters breaking into song and choreographed dance numbers. It’s an aesthetic that at times feels (understandably) like a Belle and Sebastian album come to life. (via Scotland Week: Stuart Murdoch of Belle and Sebastian on Directing God Help the Girl | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

under-radar-mag:

Since the very beginning, Belle and Sebastian’s records have been populated by a wide assortment of characters; from Judy, Sukie, and Jane all the way through “Suicide Girl” on Write About Love. In making his first film, God Help the Girl, Belle and Sebastian singer and songwriter Stuart Murdoch had an opportunity to spend more time with his created characters than ever before. Unrestricted to how many details he could fit in a song, he fully developed God Help the Girl’s primary cast with fully fleshed-out relationships and back stories. In the film, aspiring songwriter Eve (Emily Browning) leaves her mental health facility and connects with young like-minded musicians James (Olly Alexander) and Cass (Hannah Murray). They form a band, and romances bloom. Their charming story is in the form of a classic Hollywood musical, with characters breaking into song and choreographed dance numbers. It’s an aesthetic that at times feels (understandably) like a Belle and Sebastian album come to life. (via Scotland Week: Stuart Murdoch of Belle and Sebastian on Directing God Help the Girl | Under the Radar - Music Magazine)

eurovisiond0ngcontest:

Remember Scotland if you say yes to independence you can’t compete in The Great British Bake Off so take that into consideration

forshadowedchaos:

purplespacecats:

Why do adults think “So what’s your major? Oh, and what are you going to do with that?” is acceptable small talk

What am I going to do with my degree? Hang it on the wall and cry, probably

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