"What do you do?"
To the point advertising in Thailand
“That girl with the curly hair who wears her heart on her sleeve is going to be very important to you in life. She’ll teach you that you can love people, have emotions, be vulnerable, get hurt, and still be an amazingly strong and successful woman. You’ll spend hours on the phone talking about boys and life. When you get to be in the same city for a day all you two will want to do is watch Law & Order marathons and eat Chinese food. No matter where she is or how busy she may be, she’ll always answer the phone when you need to talk. She’ll give the best advice and when you don’t follow it because you are too stubborn, she’ll be right back for round 2 advice without so much as batting an eye. She is special. Her words are inspiring. Hold on to her.”Ashley Avignone writes about Taylor. (via we-are-made-of-starlight)
"Their parents kissed."Submitted By: Chris C.Location: New York, NYVia Buzzfeed : http://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelzarrell/kissing-is-gross
best insult ever
Can everyone just take a moment to think about the fact that they are married in real life
a simpler time
THIS SHOW WAS SO IMPORTANT
Kate Winslet, 1996
I like bugs i guess
These strangely hypnotic gifs are the work of Dundee, Scotland-based illustrator Sam Lyon. He calls them Jelly Gummies. There’s something about these fleshy, pulsating, amorphous creatures - a combination of anthropomorphism, creepiness, and our inexplicable suspicion that they’d be both fun to chew on and pleasing to taste - that makes them awesome.
You can find more of Lyon’s perpetually mutating Jelly Gummies right here on Tumblr at jellygummies. He also has a Jelly Gummies Etsy shop, just in case you’d like to invite some of this wonderfully squishy weirdness into your home.