meowgon:

kinginthewest:

it’s just like, why are there cat emojis for loads of emotions as well as normal humans emojis

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like, when do i need to express these emotions… but as a cat

they’re not for you… they’re for ME

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Joely, don’t ever leave me.

(Source: katefuckingwinslet, via telltheplanets)

fripperiesandfobs:

"Marivaux" by Dior, 1954
From the Musée Galliera via Vogue Paris

fripperiesandfobs:

"Marivaux" by Dior, 1954

From the Musée Galliera via Vogue Paris

fripperiesandfobs:

Dior evening dress, 1953-54
From the Musée Galliera via Vogue Paris

fripperiesandfobs:

Dior evening dress, 1953-54

From the Musée Galliera via Vogue Paris

cracked:

In which we praise something involving Brett Ratner…
5 Amazing Scenes from Otherwise Horrible Movies

#5. X-Men: The Last Stand: Angel’s Messed-Up Childhood
An opening scene establishes that the inventor of the Mutant Cure was inspired by the discovery that his son Warren (the future X-Man Angel) had a mutation that caused him to grow wings. Now, this could have been a very simple and forgettable sequence, but X3 actually handles it very dramatically by having the man walk in on his son trying to hack the mutation off of his back. … Why does [Angel] go to such horrifying extremes? Because he is terrified of his mutant-prejudiced father, who takes one look at his child’s maimed body and blood all over the floor, and only says: “Oh, God. Not you.” The whole scene is barely a minute long, but in that short time it shows you exactly what X-Men: The Last Stand could have been: a drama about struggling with one’s identity. 

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cracked:

In which we praise something involving Brett Ratner…

5 Amazing Scenes from Otherwise Horrible Movies

#5. X-Men: The Last Stand: Angel’s Messed-Up Childhood

An opening scene establishes that the inventor of the Mutant Cure was inspired by the discovery that his son Warren (the future X-Man Angel) had a mutation that caused him to grow wings. Now, this could have been a very simple and forgettable sequence, but X3 actually handles it very dramatically by having the man walk in on his son trying to hack the mutation off of his back. … Why does [Angel] go to such horrifying extremes? Because he is terrified of his mutant-prejudiced father, who takes one look at his child’s maimed body and blood all over the floor, and only says: “Oh, God. Not you.” The whole scene is barely a minute long, but in that short time it shows you exactly what X-Men: The Last Stand could have been: a drama about struggling with one’s identity. 

Read More

fripperiesandfobs:

Costume worn by Michelle Dockery on Downton Abbey

From Cosprop via the Winterthur Museum on Pinterest

salopeplastique:


Locks of Virginia and Edgar Allan Poe’s hair

salopeplastique:

Locks of Virginia and Edgar Allan Poe’s hair

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