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Tue, 22nd of April

Latch (Disclosure cover) // Scavenger Hunt 

Tue, 22nd of April

le-tourbillion:

Vertigo, 1958

  vertigo   hitchcock   alfred hitchcock   kim novak   with 450 notes
Tue, 22nd of April

Not A Bad Thing - Justin Timberlake

12,349 plays

''Now how about I’d be the last voice you hear at night?, every morning I just wanna see you staring back at me, 'cause I know that’s a good place to start''

Tue, 22nd of April

through3dcoloredglasses:

ladyvimes:

thesherlockedboffin:

makeyourdeduction:

libraryseraph:

desidere:

thislovestoogoodtolast:

captcrieff:

Can you guess who?

Fuck you !!!

im laughing so hard omfg it’s like walking down the unflavored oatmeal aisle

wait, are these not all the same dude?

Benedict Quinto god damn

Benedict Downy kills me.

Benedict Ackles goodess yes please

Benedict Hiddleston is literally just Tom Hiddleston.

  this is messing me up man   benedict cumberbatch   and others   with 107,951 notes
Tue, 22nd of April
Tue, 22nd of April

Another lover hits the universe. The circle is broken. But with death comes rebirth. And like all lovers and sad people, I am a poet. - Kill Your Darlings (2013)

  kill your darlings   with 326 notes
Mon, 21st of April
❝ Sometimes I believe that love dies but hope springs eternal. Sometimes I believe that hope dies but love springs eternal. Sometimes I believe that sex plus guilt equals love, and sometimes I believe that sex plus guilt equals good sex. Sometimes I believe that love is as natural as the tides, and sometimes I believe that love is an act of will. Sometimes I believe that some people are better at love than others, and sometimes I believe that everyone is faking it. Sometimes I believe that love is essential, and sometimes I believe that only reason love is essential is that otherwise you spend all your time looking for it. ❞
—   Nora Ephron (via daisyalioto)   —
  nora ephron   with 6 notes
Mon, 21st of April

theclearlydope:

Me watching Coachella on TV last night.

  hahaha   coachella   with 45,823 notes
Sun, 20th of April
  steve buscemi   god bless   easter   with 15,217 notes
Fri, 18th of April

But it was clear from driving by their homes that the kids weren’t as rich as everyone seemed to want to believe. Everybody wanted them to be like kids on Gossip Girl, but it seemed they lived more like typical teenagers. They were better off than many kids, at the dawning of the Great Recession; but they didn’t appear to be wealthy in the way of the new elite class that had been engaging in the deregulated accumulation of capital for the better part of three decades. They weren’t as rich as people in Calabasas, or their victims, either. Which made them wannabes." - an excerpt from Chapter 5 of Part One: The Fame Monster (The Bling Ring by Nancy Jo Sales)

  the bling ring   sofia coppola   nancy jo sales   with 370 notes