“You still talk about that person who used to love you as if they are standing right next to you but you won’t make eye contact when they’re in the same room. You said the aftermath of loving is the equivalent to wearing wet socks every day. I say you need to stop thinking so much and start drying your clothes.”

rocknrollercoaster:

it must be really wild to actually have a positive relationship with your father

like

?????

some people really have that????

that’s incredibe

(via notaju)

notkatniss:

I can’t believe this

georgiee-g hey look what I found!

(via guy)

historiful:

"I don’t live my life through the prism of the past…I don’t look back on my life […] I am a melancholy soul. [Yet] I’m not sure contentment is obtainable and I find the banality of modern life terrifying…”

Actress and model Jean Shrimpton (b. 1942), photographed by David Bailey, date unknown. 

Jesus.

suckmyvertical:

clothes should not be considered on sale if they’re still more than $20

(via odins-one-eyed-fuck)

myimaginarybrooklyn:

{Someone’s prized Nancy Drew collection, proudly on display.}

reluctantdebutante look at all the Nancy Drews!!!

myimaginarybrooklyn:

{Someone’s prized Nancy Drew collection, proudly on display.}

reluctantdebutante look at all the Nancy Drews!!!

(via paygeturner)

elizabethan-ho:

flirtytwink:

I just wanna do cute things with you like crush the patriarchy, fight for gender equality and help to destroy racism

My grandparents were equal rights activists who bonded over a mutual belief that women are equal to men and “skin color is only important when you’re buying concealer.” (My second favorite quote from my grandmother)

historiful:


"…I suppose most of us are lonely in this big world, but we must fall tremendously in love to find it out."

Orson Welles, in a letter to Rita Hayworth, c. 1943. 

Actors Rita Hayworth (1918-1987) and Orson Welles (1915-1985). 

historiful:

"…I suppose most of us are lonely in this big world, but we must fall tremendously in love to find it out."

Orson Welles, in a letter to Rita Hayworth, c. 1943. 

Actors Rita Hayworth (1918-1987) and Orson Welles (1915-1985). 

I have a class called “Oral Traditions” tomorrow, and I’m going to time how long it takes for someone to make a blowjob joke.