pilgrimkitty:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer + foreshadowing

YOU DONT UNDERSTAND. THE TROPE FOR WHEN YOU MAKE A JOKE AND LATER DOWN THE LINE IT BECOMES PAINFULLY UNFUNNY BECAUSE OF TRAGIC EVENTS IS LITERALLY NAMED “FUNNY ANEURYSM MOMENT” BECAUSE OF THIS SHOW.

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theseniorpartners:

6x11 - Gone

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eurekaetcetera:

United Front: Breasts Without the Airbrush
The shocking thing about Laura Dodsworth's pictures of 100 women's breasts isn't the flesh on show, or the many shapes and sizes, but the realisation that images of unairbrushed, non-uniform breasts seem to be so rare. “We see images of breasts everywhere,” says the 41-year-old photographer, “but they're unreal. They create an unflattering comparison but also an unobtainable ideal. I wanted to rehumanise women through honest photography.”
http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/sep/06/womens-breasts-laura-dodsworth-photography

eurekaetcetera:

United Front: Breasts Without the Airbrush

The shocking thing about Laura Dodsworth's pictures of 100 women's breasts isn't the flesh on show, or the many shapes and sizes, but the realisation that images of unairbrushed, non-uniform breasts seem to be so rare. “We see images of breasts everywhere,” says the 41-year-old photographer, “but they're unreal. They create an unflattering comparison but also an unobtainable ideal. I wanted to rehumanise women through honest photography.”

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/sep/06/womens-breasts-laura-dodsworth-photography

shrekyourself:

Can the new iPhone do this??? (no)

muslimmilf:

*ding ding* I found my man

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lzbth:

i just almost missed my train because i was taking a personality quiz to find out what fruit I am

  • fleur: oh, i have to breathe underwater for an hour? better get myself a bubble of air!
  • cedric: yeah, bubble charm seems like the best solution.
  • harry: see i didn't think of that but i do have this handy plant.
  • everyone: what about you, viktor?
  • viktor: IM GONNA BE A FUCKING SHARK

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so i just finished buffy and this is the last thing you see (ok well 2 seconds later you see just buffy smiling but you get my point). Look at this technique. That’s such a traditional power stance, and something commonly used in tv, particularly in promos and dvd covers and whatnot. And in most tv shows, there’s this weird need to put men in the forefront. Even in other shows i love, like criminal minds, theres a thing where the men are in the front and the intensely powerful and essential, not to mention well-written women are further back. In bones too, even though brenan is at the front theres promotional pictures like this  which put men to the front-which i get because booth is important and it still puts brenan in the most power but sweets before angela or camille whose the boss? idk. I’m not saying the bones picture is doing anything wrong, im saying look, compare it to this pose. look at buffy. see how important this show is, how groundbreaking, how relevant and inspiring it was/is for girls (and boys). Look at how powerfully buffy is positioned, look at how willow, a queer character, is at the front with dawn, an incredibly young woman who just KICKED ASS. Xander is as integral as both of them to the show, as is Giles, but theyre further back. this show is completely unafraid to spotlight women-all kinds of women (although some more POC could be used I think about how the representation got better as time went on and we progressed from the 90s) and make women unashamedly central and powerful. I love it so so much when tv does that- uses something so simple but pointed to hammer through its message. 

so i just finished buffy and this is the last thing you see (ok well 2 seconds later you see just buffy smiling but you get my point). Look at this technique. That’s such a traditional power stance, and something commonly used in tv, particularly in promos and dvd covers and whatnot. And in most tv shows, there’s this weird need to put men in the forefront. Even in other shows i love, like criminal minds, theres a thing where the men are in the front and the intensely powerful and essential, not to mention well-written women are further back. In bones too, even though brenan is at the front theres promotional pictures like this  which put men to the front-which i get because booth is important and it still puts brenan in the most power but sweets before angela or camille whose the boss? idk. I’m not saying the bones picture is doing anything wrong, im saying look, compare it to this pose. look at buffy. see how important this show is, how groundbreaking, how relevant and inspiring it was/is for girls (and boys). Look at how powerfully buffy is positioned, look at how willow, a queer character, is at the front with dawn, an incredibly young woman who just KICKED ASS. Xander is as integral as both of them to the show, as is Giles, but theyre further back. this show is completely unafraid to spotlight women-all kinds of women (although some more POC could be used I think about how the representation got better as time went on and we progressed from the 90s) and make women unashamedly central and powerful. I love it so so much when tv does that- uses something so simple but pointed to hammer through its message. 

“When you’re young, thunderstorms seem scary. Like the sky is angry at you. But now that I’m older, something about its roar soothes me; it’s comforting to know that even nature needs to scream sometimes.”

definitelydope:

In the cloud forest, Hump Ridge track, Fiordland, New Zealand (by goneforawander)

disneynowand4ever:

willsicott:

tuxedoandex:

ugly:

What do you call the security guards outside Samsung shops?

what

Guardians of the Galaxy

never return.