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inwhatfreshhell:

Wonderwall is playing at this coffee shop and I don’t know who to tell

Wonderwall has been replaced by two middle-aged hipsters and a barista talking about an Ebola Conspiracy

I want Wonderwall back

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Wonderwall is playing at this coffee shop and I don’t know who to tell

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beckittns:

nothing is funnier than unhappiness

beckittns:

nothing is funnier than unhappiness

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"Guildenstern: It’s autumnal.
Rosencrantz (examining the ground): No leaves.
Guildenstern: Autumnal - nothing to do with leaves. It is to do with a certain brownness at the edges of the day… Brown is creeping up on us, take my word for it… Russets and tangerine shades of old gold flushing the very outside edge of the senses… deep shining ochres, burnt umber and parchments of baked earth — reflecting on itself and through itself, filtering the light. At such times, perhaps, coincidentally, the leaves might fall, somewhere, by repute. Yesterday was blue, like smoke."

— Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (via elucipher)

(Source: ablogwithaview, via aphilologicalbatman)

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wmagazine:

Gone Girl
Photograph by David Fincher for W. 


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wmagazine:

Gone Girl

Photograph by David Fincher for W

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I fell in a Mountain Goats loophole and can’t get out

please send help

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vintagegal:

Gale Sondergaard in a makeup test for The Wizard of Oz (1939)
Sondergaard was originally cast as the witch in "Oz" and was photographed for two wardrobe tests, both of which survive. One was as a glamorous wicked witch, and another as a conventionally ugly wicked witch. After the decision was made to have an ugly wicked witch, Sondergaard, reluctant to wear the disfiguring makeup and fearing it could damage her career, withdrew from the role, and it went to veteran character actress Margaret Hamilton.

vintagegal:

Gale Sondergaard in a makeup test for The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Sondergaard was originally cast as the witch in "Oz" and was photographed for two wardrobe tests, both of which survive. One was as a glamorous wicked witch, and another as a conventionally ugly wicked witch. After the decision was made to have an ugly wicked witch, Sondergaard, reluctant to wear the disfiguring makeup and fearing it could damage her career, withdrew from the role, and it went to veteran character actress Margaret Hamilton.

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(Source: ingridsbergman, via sashayed)

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tinsilos:

"I WOULD LIKE A STABLE SOURCE OF INCOME THAT COMPENSATES ME APPROPRIATELY FOR MY LEVEL OF SKILL," she whispers violently into the void

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"When Shelley’s corpse washed ashore, a friend identified it by a copy of Keats’s 1820 volume in the coat pocket, which he knew Shelley had taken with him. Then, after cremation in which Shelley’s heart, hardened by calcium, did not burn, this same friend snatched it from the embers and presented it to Mary Shelley, who kept it thereafter in her desk, wrapped in a copy of ‘Adonais."

raecupcake:

Here’s your morbid literary fact of the day.

(via ashleydemon)