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fashion-runways:

MICHAEL CINCO Bridal Collection 2014-2015


whistlingwombat:

awaywithpixie:

Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka reenact the spaghetti scene from Lady and the Tramp

This  has to be the cutest and most adorable thing in history. Ever.

These two really up the bar in the cute off.


serenawhite:

                 I think that possibly, maybe I’m falling for you.
Muse A(Emily Bett Rickards) and Muse B(Stephen Amell) were once young and in love and then the accident happened. Suddenly Muse A couldn’t remember anything and the next day she was gone, her parents concerned for the stress of trying to recover her past. They parted ways and Muse B moved into an apartment with his sister Muse C(Crystal Reed). Muse A decides to open up a coffee shop in a new city and start her life anew. Things change when a strange man walks into the shop one day, stops speechless in front of her, then carries on as if that moment didn’t happen. He comes back again, and again, and again; Muse A would be lying if she said she doesn’t enjoy it. Who is this man? Why does Muse A feel such a pull toward him?
Meanwhile, Muse C is just trying to finish college and make some money working in Muse A's coffee shop. Then the morning before her first day of senior year she wakes up to find Muse D(Dylan O’Brien) sprawled out on her couch. Apparently he lives down the hall and mistook her apartment for his and his friend’s. He lives with this cool girl who owns a coffeeshop in town. They awkwardly part ways but much to her surprise, Muse D is in her class the next day. Despite awkward first meetings can they find a way to fall in love over coffee cups and textbooks?

The Players
Amelia Schuyler (Muse A) played by D.
Nicholas Spencer (Muse B) played by Nel
Kimberly Spencer (Muse C) played by Brielle
Up to Player (Muse D) played by OPEN

If interested please message me! We need our fourth!

serenawhite:

                 I think that possibly, maybe I’m falling for you.

Muse A(Emily Bett Rickards) and Muse B(Stephen Amell) were once young and in love and then the accident happened. Suddenly Muse A couldn’t remember anything and the next day she was gone, her parents concerned for the stress of trying to recover her past. They parted ways and Muse B moved into an apartment with his sister Muse C(Crystal Reed). Muse A decides to open up a coffee shop in a new city and start her life anew. Things change when a strange man walks into the shop one day, stops speechless in front of her, then carries on as if that moment didn’t happen. He comes back again, and again, and again; Muse A would be lying if she said she doesn’t enjoy it. Who is this man? Why does Muse A feel such a pull toward him?

Meanwhile, Muse C is just trying to finish college and make some money working in Muse A's coffee shop. Then the morning before her first day of senior year she wakes up to find Muse D(Dylan O’Brien) sprawled out on her couch. Apparently he lives down the hall and mistook her apartment for his and his friend’s. He lives with this cool girl who owns a coffeeshop in town. They awkwardly part ways but much to her surprise, Muse D is in her class the next day. Despite awkward first meetings can they find a way to fall in love over coffee cups and textbooks?

The Players

Amelia Schuyler (Muse A) played by D.

Nicholas Spencer (Muse B) played by Nel

Kimberly Spencer (Muse C) played by Brielle

Up to Player (Muse D) played by OPEN

If interested please message me! We need our fourth!

posted 1 day ago via serenawhite with 4 notes

copdoccubus:

punkshadowthief:

sparksel:

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thefrillyqueer:

hayhtam:

things to consider:

  • lady assassins 
  • lady assassins WITH GIRLFRIENDS 

But also:

  • lady assassins with girlfriends who are ALSO lady assassins

lady assassins with girlfriends who are also lady assassins but they don’t know about each other’s secret double life

Mrs and mrs smith

Staring Natalie Dormer

And Lucy Liu 



dokibots:

haha! have fun at highschool today NERDS. i’m gonna be doing cool ADULT stuff like sleeping WHENEVER i want and CRYING 



"Sam, Dean, and Cas are lost and parentless, with no idea how to express intimacy, because intimacy in SPN is feminine, and all the women they know are dead. SPN’s final Big Bad has always been the threat that real male intimacy poses to its proto-masculine image of itself. It’s a fight of continual repression and internalized shame, waged in sideswipes, gay jokes, and incessant shaming of effeminacy, nerdiness, and anything that might resemble nuanced expressions of male gender. Narratively, out of nine seasons, SPN has only had five canonically gay characters with a 50% survival rate. And “dorky guys” including Castiel are consistently made fodder for Dean’s and the show’s amusement, not admiration or attraction.

But the more SPN mocks and represses, the more it has to contend with its own fandom—female, queer, genderqueer, nerdy, and unashamed. The fandom’s culling of queer and genderqueer readings from SPN deliberately repudiates its textual scouring of their own identities and emotional landscapes. SPN’s fandom is diametrically opposed to the straightlaced mainstream audience SPN wishes it had. So SPN’s creative team routinely breaks the fourth wall in the most passive-aggressive way: to remind fans that they see you and they disapprove."

micdotcom:

Photos of Keke Palmer’s debut as Cinderella will bring tears to your eyes

Keke Palmer took the stage Tuesday night as the title character in Broadway’s Cinderella, marking the first time an African-American actress has played the role on theater’s biggest stage. 

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