but what if you became a famous actor or actress and then you were asked to do a film and you accepted but then your costar was your celebrity crush that you used to blog about at 3am and you used to cry over their face and their general life decisions
And then you find out there’s a sex scene between the two characters
And then there are gifs of those sex scenes. You become someone’s otp..
Owls confirmed to be the creepiest birds ever. LOOK AT THE FUCKING THINGS. If you fail to notice the one on the left fucking SWALLOWING a rat, then you have the dude singing some satanic chant or something next to him, and then you have those two other fucking psychos synchronized to make you feel creeped the fuck out with their soulless dance of FUCKING DOOM.
I really am tempted to reblog this every time it’s on my dash. That description is one of the best things on the internet.
I will never get over this post.
it’s like a fucked up american horror story commercial
I WILL NEVER NOT REBLOG THIS. EVER.
100 Favorite Female Characters - 007/100
Elinor Dashwood, Sense and Sensibility (1995)
Elinor Dashwood: What do you know of my heart? What do you know of anything but your own suffering. For weeks, Marianne, I’ve had this pressing on me without being at liberty to speak of it to a single creature. It was forced on me by the very person whose prior claims ruined all my hope. I have endured her exultations again and again whilst knowing myself to be divided from Edward forever. Believe me, Marianne, had I not been bound to silence I could have provided proof enough of a broken heart, even for you.
"This is a story about crossing over. Crossing over the boundaries that make some people think that there’s just so far you can go.
Barbra Streisand jumped her fist boundary when she took the subway from Brooklyn to Broadway in 1962 and she’s been jumping over barriers ever since.
There she was, this barely more than a girl with an unconventional face and a corky personality but she stepped on that Broadway stage and bam! It was instant love.
Glamorous, fearless, funny, no wonder artists of my generation want to be like Barbra.
Barbra threw out the rule book when it came to a standardized idea of what a movie star was but she also wrote a new rule book, one that said women in entertainment — and that’s women with a capital W, can stand up confidently and make clear that we can do a lot things; we’re not just that kind of singer or that kind of actress. We don’t do what the boys want us to do, we can do it all, we can sing, we can act, we can produce and we can lead, not just the people who are working with us but all the girls who have dreams like you did, you just have to have the courage like Miss Streisand to reach for them.”
- Queen Latifah, Dec. 6th, 2008