Wednesday, April 16, 2014

24601is2460done:

agonizingtheorist:

You know what I hate? When people get pissed off when you tell them you don’t want them to touch you. Like excuse me, I don’t actually want you to touch my arm. I don’t want a hug right now. I don’t give a shit if you’re family. I don’t care if the phrase “I don’t want to be touched” puts you off. Just don’t fucking touch me.

tHANK

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

stumblinguponmymind replied to your post “Just watched Nymphomaniac - well that was weird. Totally boring…”

ohhh I really liked the film! That is, part one, as I haven’t seen part two yet.

Part two shocked even the most hardcore kinky people I know so be warned…
As I said: Arthouse cinema is wasted on me.
I can appreciate each actor’s work though. Christian Slater for example was brilliant.

darthclarke:

Fuckin made my night.

(Source: quiet-isle)

(Source: elijahwood)

Just watched Nymphomaniac - well that was weird.
Totally boring storytelling(German director of course) with well known actors (Stellan Skansgard, Uma Thurman, Christian Slater, Shia LaBoeuf) and a weird storyline.
And sex.
I am not wiser now.

killerville:

mollyfostergraham:

In snowpiercer the last people on earth are a black boy and an asian girl

if thats not hope then i dont know what is it

god i can’t wait to watch this

a-less-ordinary-life:


Do you have any funny Chris Evans stories?Oh dude, I have the funniest one. I don’t know if I can say. When I think about it every time, I love it. The coda scene that happens at the end of “The Avengers,” we shot it at the premiere, when we were all together. A year had gone by, and Chris was in the middle of doing another movie, where he had a full beard and he couldn’t shave it off. They had to do all these prosthetics over his face. The poor guy, he was in a chair for like four hours just for this three-second scene. He looked awful. He looked like his face was melting. Imagine if you have to put prosthetics over a thick beard, he looked like he got stung by a bee. The names that [Robert] Downey Jr. and everybody came up with. He couldn’t even laugh. It was really quite frustrating, I’m sure.

- Jeremy Renner, [x].

a-less-ordinary-life:

Do you have any funny Chris Evans stories?
Oh dude, I have the funniest one. I don’t know if I can say. When I think about it every time, I love it. The coda scene that happens at the end of “The Avengers,” we shot it at the premiere, when we were all together. A year had gone by, and Chris was in the middle of doing another movie, where he had a full beard and he couldn’t shave it off. They had to do all these prosthetics over his face. The poor guy, he was in a chair for like four hours just for this three-second scene. He looked awful. He looked like his face was melting. Imagine if you have to put prosthetics over a thick beard, he looked like he got stung by a bee. The names that [Robert] Downey Jr. and everybody came up with. He couldn’t even laugh. It was really quite frustrating, I’m sure.

- Jeremy Renner, [x].

scissorsandthread:

Twist Tie Bunny Ears | The House That Lars Built
If you celebrate Easter in your family but don’t want to overload the little ones with chocolate, these twist tie bunny ears are a great gift that is super easy to make! In the same style as the retro twist head ties that I’m seeing everywhere these ears in pink & white have a piece of wire inserted inside so you can fashion them in to a pair of big bunny ears. So fun and great for girls and boys!

scissorsandthread:

Twist Tie Bunny Ears | The House That Lars Built

If you celebrate Easter in your family but don’t want to overload the little ones with chocolate, these twist tie bunny ears are a great gift that is super easy to make! In the same style as the retro twist head ties that I’m seeing everywhere these ears in pink & white have a piece of wire inserted inside so you can fashion them in to a pair of big bunny ears. So fun and great for girls and boys!

zachary quinto on aging

cherryskingdom:

llap-zacharyquinto:

Is vanity an asset to an actor, and when you look in the mirror do you see a good-looking guy?

ZQ: Certainly not, no, I didn’t always see that. You know, I will be 37 in June, and I feel like the idea of aging is now just framing itself in a completely different way for me. It’s incomprehensible to me the number of people, celebrities, actors who have storied and varied and rich careers, who will manipulate their faces and undergo painful and extreme surgeries to maintain this connection to youth. I don’t understand it — especially men, but anybody.

But yet, now as I see my face changing, I guess I can understand it or have a little bit of a different relationship to it. I feel like my goal — even when I was younger but especially now — is to embrace age and to embrace the experience that comes with it and to trust that even though it may not be as polished or shiny or familiar even to see yourself as you age, it’s all earned. I don’t want to erase the lines on my face — I earned them.

i’m so glad he said this. so much respect! and love.

Monday, April 14, 2014

waldafrey:

Margaery Tyrell flirting with chicks at her own wedding, and continuing to be a true inspiration to us all