Chelsea. Miami. The world is my aphrodisiacal oyster.
"All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream." -Edgar Allen Poe
you can just tell that Nicki Minaj is the kind of person that when you’re telling a story and everyone else in the group is talking over you, she’s making direct eye contact with you and paying extra attention so that you don’t get discouraged and stop mid-story
(via aslightlyspookyfeminist)Ryan C. Robert
Classic Disney Movies Week: Day 4: Favorite Classic Villain
➸ Maleficent (1959)
"You poor, simple fools. Thinking you could defeat me. Me! The mistress of all evil!"
(via knee-deepincameras)You want me to be the bad guy?
"Monosexism and biphobia aren’t real"
just some things i saw on fb tonight followed up by some fact checking.
Literally what I wish I had the courage to say every time someone judges my sexuality based on the fact that I’m in a relationship with a man (I rarely correct people, because I don’t want to start an argument, and I always regret it). “You say you’re bisexual, but look, you turned out to be straight.” Uh no. No. No. I’m bisexual, I’m just in love with a boy. Sorry that’s too complex for you.
(via wanderlustinneverland)hang on to the vine
WE’RE PUTTING MY ONE-ACT ON FOR HALLOWEEN! I’m writing more, and then we’re putting it the fuck ON, assholes! Yesss! A group of professional playwrights/professors read it and they liked it, and it’s one of three being put on in three weeks! I’m so happy, I’m so happy! ^.^
Dr. B.Good... Blues Lore | Music Mixes
Sister Rosetta Tharpe in Manchester, 1964.
"There are many different levels of love, ours is founded on a very deep-rooted feeling of trust. We’re best friends." - Don Gummer.
"The man that I love is so completely a part of my body… he is related, he’s home, he’s me, he is everything." - Meryl Streep
Happy 36th Anniversary Mary Louise & Don Gummer! ♥
(via streeper-always)Ms. Streep! - I Love Lady! ♥
[High School kids] should stop reading Bukowski, and they should stop listening to people who tell them to read Bukowski.Nick Cave (Rolling Stone, August 1994)From the ridiculous to the sublime