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mecha-bun:

id rather be vain than learn to hate myself again

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olisupertramp:

this is seriously a realistic representation of a couple that has been together for a long time.

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naimss:

how to tell someone nicely to stop flirting with your crush 

there will come a day where i don’t reblog this

today is not that day

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cyberho:

nicchimera:

cyberho:

IS KIM K REALLY PUTTING OUT A BOOK OF NOTHING BUT SELFIES? IS THIS REALLY HAPPENING??? GOD I LOVE THIS WOMAN I ABSOLUTELY ADORE HER SHE’S DEF ROLE MODEL MATERIAL 

Oh yeah, ‘role model material’. Being a vain, stuck up dickwad who contributes nothing to society but is worshiped as a fucking god is definitely the kind of person you should be.

you sound sooooooooo bitter and jealous I bet this is Willow Pape’s blog 

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briannathestrange:

baymax is literally all of us in robot form

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HAIM photographed for ASOS Magazine

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"Anytime a movie deals with their subjects honestly, it vaguely represents real people. With a lot of teen movies, they’re either super-super-clever to the point where it’s not believable — they’ll speak in long soliloquies that are way too eloquent for teenagers — or they’re horrible and you just don’t want to be sitting in a movie theater watching them for two hours. And it seems like the director’s making fun of them or saying, "Look how horrible our generation is." Whereas Gia’s not really making — in my opinion, when I see the movie — any statements about them; she’s just saying, here they are. You take what you want from it, and that’s my favorite kind of movie. I think people are so worried about having a point of view that they lose sight of that. If you present something honestly, you’ll take a lot from it." -Nat Wolff

Palo Alto (2014)

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