"When they broke up in 93 he wasn’t acting like Johnny anymore.. It’s almost like Winona took Johnny’s soul, Johnny’s love." - Tim Burton


antimcrreposts:

Lindsey and Gerard - 2008

This is the original of this repost.


hyponoia:

Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love

glow pale etc


communismkills:

trueemergence:

omg damn

IS THIS REAL.


This isn’t you.  How do you know?


chrryblssmninja:

Princess Amalia of the Netherlands and Princess Aiko of Japan

#oh my god they’re having a princess playdate





nowyoukno:

socialjusticekoolaid:

(9.23.14) — Another morning in Amerikkka. Somebody thought it would be fun to desecrate the Mike Brown Memorial early this morning. I… I really can’t even. #staywoke #farfromover

image

Here’s a picture of some cops watching the memorial burn although there seemed to be no police at the scene when the fire department arrived.



idiosyncratic-lavender:

asgardian-poledance:

cellokind:

donut math 101

no michael, you don’t understand.

someone please do a dramatic reading of this



shouldnt:

We’ve officially reached that annoying time of year where it’s sweater weather in the morning, but by midday you die from a heatstroke.


cinemove:

The Seven Year Itch (1955) dir. Billy Wilder

Sixty years ago today, Marilyn Monroe mesmerized a crowd of lucky onlookers while her white dress blew suggestively above her knees—and sometimes over her head. It was 1954, and the director Billy Wilder was filming a scene of the film The Seven Year Itch on Lexington Avenue between 52nd and 53rd Street in New York City. In the script, Marilyn Monroe and co-star Tom Ewell exit a movie theater and a breeze from the subway passing below lifts Marilyn’s skirt. Instead of rushing to cover her legs, as any decent woman of that era would have, Marilyn exclaims, “Isn’t it delicious?” (x)