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vrtoglavicazanosa:

Secretary (2002)

vrtoglavicazanosa:

Secretary (2002)

artofoverwhelm:

Keaton Henson

I wish I could add “dealing with insanity spirals” in my resume. It’s my best quality. 

artofoverwhelm:

Keaton Henson

I wish I could add “dealing with insanity spirals” in my resume. It’s my best quality. 

(via promiseskept)

You asked me what animal you might be. I think you’re already a strange kind of animal, in an arrested development kind of way.

You asked me what animal you might be. I think you’re already a strange kind of animal, in an arrested development kind of way.

(Source: itslatingirl, via moonriver-chacha)

softerworld:

Mistakes aren’t always regrets, baby. Let’s do something wrong.

For D. But you already knew that.

softerworld:

Mistakes aren’t always regrets, baby. Let’s do something wrong.

For D. But you already knew that.

fuckyouverymuch:

We stay home. 

Saturday night:
"I can’t go out. I already took off my shorts. Let’s not drink anymore."
"Okay. Let’s just watch Broad City and go to sleep." 

fuckyouverymuch:

We stay home. 

Saturday night:

"I can’t go out. I already took off my shorts. Let’s not drink anymore."

"Okay. Let’s just watch Broad City and go to sleep." 

nevver:

The Naked City, Jeremy Mann

(Source: redrabbit7.com)

http://gowns.tumblr.com/post/81618913310/suffering-for-your-art-is-such-an-awful-idea

gowns:

"suffering for your art" is such an awful idea

like “following your passion”

i don’t understand these concepts (anymore)

something that my acting teachers sometimes tell me is:

"we’re here to do the work"

i like that much better

we’re here to do the work

who is actually suffering for art? how does the suffering occur? how does one “follow a passion?” it’s nearly unimaginable. might as well recommend floating up to heaven

but if you have work to do, be here, and do the work

not protestant work for work’s sake, but more in the vein of doing good works for the sake of grace

be here

we’re here

do the work

(via unicornology)

I think about you like an obsessed person, too.

I think about you like an obsessed person, too.

(Source: gabriellamarinagonzalez, via moonriver-chacha)

"What do you want from me? I don’t think you know how difficult it is to be with you!" —the dramatic advantage

"What do you want from me? I don’t think you know how difficult it is to be with you!" —the dramatic advantage

(via awelltraveledwoman)