ATTENTION INTERNET
inlovewithaudreyhepburn:


You see, Mrs. Higgins, apart from the things one can pick up, the difference between a Lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves but how she is treated.

DO YOU ALL UNDERSTAND HOW MUCH THIS CHARACTER MEANS TO ME DO YOU I DONT THINK YOU DO HOLY SHIT THIS ONE FUCKING LINE TOTALLY SUMS UP THE THEME OF THE MOVIE OMG IM GOING TO NEED A MINUTE. 

inlovewithaudreyhepburn:

You see, Mrs. Higgins, apart from the things one can pick up, the difference between a Lady and a flower girl is not how she behaves but how she is treated.

DO YOU ALL UNDERSTAND HOW MUCH THIS CHARACTER MEANS TO ME DO YOU I DONT THINK YOU DO HOLY SHIT THIS ONE FUCKING LINE TOTALLY SUMS UP THE THEME OF THE MOVIE OMG IM GOING TO NEED A MINUTE. 

What we have is not a war against fakery, it is a war against that which displays itself as fakery; we’re all supposed to be pretending that we’re naturally wide-eyed and soft-skinned and blushing and blemish-free. Women are expected to be photorealist portraits of femininity, not expressionist canvasses; lies are tolerated only in so far as they are told convincingly. But when we start being too overt about the fabricated status of natural femininity, there’s a lurking danger that we might start to question their absurdity, or realise that we can invent altogether new images in radical moulds.

stand-up-comic-gifs:

Chelsea Peretti

dianeraeb:

siriuus:

do action movies know they can have more than one female character

Someone should make an action movie with all girls except for one guy and have no explanation or mention of it in the movie and then pay all of the actors to act surprised like they’d never noticed when they get the inevitable storm of questions. 

13daysiniceland:


Fjaðrárgljúfur. South Iceland.

do-i-know-this-girl:

ihaveanarmy-wehaveatimelord:

catchmythoughtsmidair:

tardiscookies:

jamminyamin:

Ballerinas are the most underrated athletes.
GUYS SHE IS SPINNING ON HER TOE.
ALL HER WEIGHT ON HER TOE. 
HER TOE.
TOE.

Thank you someone for finally acknowledging this.
People always make ballet seem like such a wimpy, easy sport. 
While we are dancing, we have to:
turn out our feet
hyper extended our knees
tuck our buts under
flatten our stomach
close your ribcage (to the point where you cant breathe)
shoulders are down and back
elbows are lifted
hands and fingers are soft
neck is long
use proper head movements
ALL THIS WHILE STILL IN OUR STARTING POSITIONS NOW DO ALL THAT WHILE MOVING AND LOOKING GORGEOUS. AND EFFORTLESS
You try holding your leg by your head without touching it and turning on the tips of your toes and wooden shoes and tell me ballet isn’t hard.
People always say “don’t be a ballerina” and “don’t be such a pussy”
when really ballerinas and vagina’s are probably the most hardcore things
AND BALLERINAS WITH VAGINA’S ARE JUST STRAIGHT UP METAL
SO DO NOT TELL ME BALLET IS FUCKING EASY AND NOT A REAL SPORT

Most ballerina’s are also known for dancing until their feet bleed, bandaging them up and getting back on with the show.

ballerinas are fucking hardcore ok 

There is a Dutch reality show on tv called (loosely translated) “Blood, sweat and blisters”, about the Dutch national ballet. Very interesting to see. It also makes it very clear how difficult the job is, mentally and physically.

do-i-know-this-girl:

ihaveanarmy-wehaveatimelord:

catchmythoughtsmidair:

tardiscookies:

jamminyamin:

Ballerinas are the most underrated athletes.

GUYS SHE IS SPINNING ON HER TOE.

ALL HER WEIGHT ON HER TOE. 

HER TOE.

TOE.

Thank you someone for finally acknowledging this.

People always make ballet seem like such a wimpy, easy sport. 

While we are dancing, we have to:

  • turn out our feet
  • hyper extended our knees
  • tuck our buts under
  • flatten our stomach
  • close your ribcage (to the point where you cant breathe)
  • shoulders are down and back
  • elbows are lifted
  • hands and fingers are soft
  • neck is long
  • use proper head movements

ALL THIS WHILE STILL IN OUR STARTING POSITIONS NOW DO ALL THAT WHILE MOVING AND LOOKING GORGEOUS. AND EFFORTLESS

You try holding your leg by your head without touching it and turning on the tips of your toes and wooden shoes and tell me ballet isn’t hard.

People always say “don’t be a ballerina” and “don’t be such a pussy”

when really ballerinas and vagina’s are probably the most hardcore things

AND BALLERINAS WITH VAGINA’S ARE JUST STRAIGHT UP METAL

SO DO NOT TELL ME BALLET IS FUCKING EASY AND NOT A REAL SPORT

Most ballerina’s are also known for dancing until their feet bleed, bandaging them up and getting back on with the show.

ballerinas are fucking hardcore ok 

There is a Dutch reality show on tv called (loosely translated) “Blood, sweat and blisters”, about the Dutch national ballet. Very interesting to see. It also makes it very clear how difficult the job is, mentally and physically.

scribblingbearcat:

dreadfulseahag:

party-wok:

braiker:

Are you fucking kidding me? Did we all just wake up in 1938?

Jaw on the fucking floor.

nope nope nope nope nope nope nope nope nope

Jesus fucking shit what the

scribblingbearcat:

dreadfulseahag:

party-wok:

braiker:

Are you fucking kidding me? Did we all just wake up in 1938?

Jaw on the fucking floor.

nope nope nope nope nope nope nope nope nope

Jesus fucking shit what the

pussreboots:

policymic:

‘Liking’ a brand’s Facebook page may now bar you from suing them

By now, we’ve all learned to be a little more cautious when it comes to “liking” Facebook pages. One click in support of a band or a TV show, and suddenly your News Feed is bombarded with spam and unwanted updates. But did you know with a simple Facebook “like,” you could be signing away several of your legal rights as well?
That’s the case with General Mills, anyways. The food giant — which owns numerous brands including Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Trix, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and Häagen-Dazs — updated its legal terms on Tuesday. While that would normally be snooze-worthy news, the new conditions are enough to make your jaw drop: Now every time you download a coupon, enter a General Mills sweepstakes or even “like” one of its brands on Facebook, you waive your right to sue the company.
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Keep your brand affiliations to yourself and avoiding buying into the Facebook marketing black hole.

pussreboots:

policymic:

‘Liking’ a brand’s Facebook page may now bar you from suing them

By now, we’ve all learned to be a little more cautious when it comes to “liking” Facebook pages. One click in support of a band or a TV show, and suddenly your News Feed is bombarded with spam and unwanted updates. But did you know with a simple Facebook “like,” you could be signing away several of your legal rights as well?

That’s the case with General Mills, anyways. The food giant — which owns numerous brands including Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Trix, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and Häagen-Dazs — updated its legal terms on Tuesday. While that would normally be snooze-worthy news, the new conditions are enough to make your jaw drop: Now every time you download a coupon, enter a General Mills sweepstakes or even “like” one of its brands on Facebook, you waive your right to sue the company.

Read moreFollow policymic

Keep your brand affiliations to yourself and avoiding buying into the Facebook marketing black hole.

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Douglas Adams

this quote was literally in my sociology book 

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