trxpicals:

my laptop is warmer than my heart 

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fairestregal:

once upon a quote + the ladies taking shit from no one (part 2)

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Lifeboat- August 4, 2014
Elle McLemore

justadeadgirlwalkingg:

Final Lifeboat at the final performance of Heathers. The amount of applause Elle got at the end was INSANE. 

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theatre challenge | [3/10] shows → spring awakening
it’s the bitch of living and living in your head, it’s the bitch of living and sensing god is dead. it’s the bitch of living and trying to get ahead, it’s the bitch of living just getting out of bed.

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etrangere:

matt-t:

My alma mater y’all

This is called a folk etymology and it is a driving force in language change! Words like “hangnail” and “posthumous” and phrases like “curry favor” came from people being ignorant or their morphological OR cultural origins and substituting something familiar, and often changing the spelling as well.

etrangere:

matt-t:

My alma mater y’all

This is called a folk etymology and it is a driving force in language change! Words like “hangnail” and “posthumous” and phrases like “curry favor” came from people being ignorant or their morphological OR cultural origins and substituting something familiar, and often changing the spelling as well.

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sayofthelivinganything:

It literally kills me when men think they know women’s fashion better than women

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furr:

catholicnun:

Someone please sum up what I need to know for chemistry and algebra 2 and French 1 and world history

h2o, a2 + b2 = c2, oui oui baguette eiffel tower, obama 

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Disney Parks + animated outfit study

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Richard Sherman and Julie Andrews, then and now.

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itsstuckyinmyhead:

yeah!! It’s photoset #18

more?

set #17

set #19

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savingpltravers:

                  The World Premiere of Mary Poppins:
Saving Mr. Banks vs. Reality (August the 27th, 1964)

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peoplemagazine:

he’s so proud

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savingpltravers:

I think this picture had a kind of a predestination. It was all way ahead of time, somewhere in the cosmos. I just believe it. Nobody can convince me otherwise. Too many good things happened. I mean, everybody converged, the fact that we had the great luck of having all this talent in one picture. And everyone, the perfect person to play the part or do the job behind the scenes. The furtune was there. And I think, those things happen once in a while.

- Richard Sherman (composer for Mary Poppins)

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miabicicletta:

helpmeimstuckon:

i-blame-this-on-sherlock:

Does anybody else wish they had a scene where John talked to Molly?

OH MY, SO MUCH! 

Just, imagine John the first time after Sherlock comes back that he sees her. Like. Him trying so hard, SO hard, to be at least a little angry at her.
John huffing and pacing and TRYING to be angry.

And Molly just standing there because She thinks she deserves it, because why wouldn’t she. She lied to him, for years, about the apparent death of his best friend in the world.

She lied to him when seeing him in the immediate after and then at the funeral. GOD the funeral, she looked him in the eyes and said “I’m sorry for your loss.” She kept a stiff upper lip mirroring him. But then he broke. He pulled her into a hug and said “I’m sorry for your loss, Molly.” and She just starts sobbing.

And she keeps apologizing. Because it’s all her fault. And he has lost so much because of her. And he thinks that she is crying for Sherlock, but she just feels so guilty about it all. And when They pull away he says something to the effect of “You meant so much to him.” And she presses her lips because She knows she is important. She’s bearing the cross of being important to Sherlock Holmes as they speak. And she wants to tell him but she can’t. Not without breaking every promise she made to Sherlock the night after the fall. So she lies to him for two years.

And she watches as his fume fizzles dead and he just sinks. And Molly is so confused until he looks at her and just says “Thank you, for keeping him safe.”

OMG. Perfect. 

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