Effin' Effable

“The Cophine relationship, we really loved anyway and to see it get that much support and to see that people thought that it was an important relationship to be on TV made us want to continue it and bolster it. And yeah, why the hell is that? Why do lesbian characters always die in TV? RIP Tara.”
Graeme Manson (reddit AMA)

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c’mon man

c’mon man

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tsarbucks:

watching a new tv show after hearing about it on tumblr and then getting addicted to it

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So this happaned today

closet-cuddleslut:

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I just appreciate this.

I laughed LOUDLY

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“Of course, you never really forget anyone, but you certainly release them. You stop allowing their history to have any meaning for you today. You let them change their haircut, let them move, let them fall in love again. And when you see this person you have let go, you realize that there is no reason to be sad. The person you knew exists somewhere, but you are separated by too much time to reach them again.”
Chelsea Fagan, How We Let People Go (via 366quotes)

fjordism:

AARON PAUL JUST POSTED THIS ON TWITTER AND I’M SHITTING

PETITION FOR GINA TORRES TO PLAY WONDER WOMAN

amgkatt:

BECAUSE
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JUST
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LET ME JUST SAY

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IF YOU DON’T ALREADY THINK THIS WOMAN IS AN AMAZONIAN PRINCESS
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YOU ARE DOING IT TOO WRONG FOR WORDS.

pleatedjeans:

via
“Make sure you tell the people you love that you love them. Loudly and often. You never know when it might be too late.”
Tom Hiddleston (via ashleyelll)

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Forgiveness.

The ability to forgive oneself. Stop here for a few breaths and think about this, because it is the key to making art and very possibly the key to finding any semblance of happiness in life. Every time I have set out to translate the book (or story, or hopelessly long essay) that exists in such brilliant detail on the big screen of my limbic system onto a piece of paper (which, let’s face it, was once a towering tree crowned with leaves and a home to birds), I grieve for my own lack of talent and intelligence. Every. Single. Time. Were I smarter, more gifted, I could pin down a closer facsimile of the wonders I see. I believe that, more than anything else, this grief of constantly having to face down our own inadequacies is what keeps people from being writers. Forgiveness, therefore, is key. I can’t write the book I want to write, but I can and will write the book I am capable of writing. Again and again throughout the course of my life I will forgive myself.

In her beautiful meditation on the writing life, Ann Patchett adds to our ongoing archive of wisdom on writing. Pair with Patchett’s advice to graduates on writing and life. (via explore-blog)
nevver:

Dope, Amy Lombard
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