humansofnewyork:

"I didn’t get married until I was 50. I think it finally happened because I stopped thinking it was possible.""How do you mean?""Before I gave up, I was putting so much pressure on myself that I’d immediately be considering and measuring every man I’d meet. It’s not natural to begin a relationship with such a long term view. When I met my husband, I wasn’t looking past that afternoon."

this lady is my new role model in all the ways.

humansofnewyork:

"I didn’t get married until I was 50. I think it finally happened because I stopped thinking it was possible."
"How do you mean?"
"Before I gave up, I was putting so much pressure on myself that I’d immediately be considering and measuring every man I’d meet. It’s not natural to begin a relationship with such a long term view. When I met my husband, I wasn’t looking past that afternoon."

this lady is my new role model in all the ways.

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talkmagically:

You really don’t understand just how bad cat calling is if you haven’t been subjected to it.

Indeed. 
source

talkmagically:

You really don’t understand just how bad cat calling is if you haven’t been subjected to it.

Indeed. 

source

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sailorflip:

enjolrasactual:

in-love-with-my-bed:

the-winchesters-creed:

ayellowstateofmind:

Imagine stabbing someone with this knife. 

It would instantly cauterize the would, so the person wouldn’t bleed, so it’s not very useful.

if you want information it is

and above, in order, we see a gryffindor, a ravenclaw, and a slytherin

The Hufflepuff is just excited about toast

sailorflip:

enjolrasactual:

in-love-with-my-bed:

the-winchesters-creed:

ayellowstateofmind:

Imagine stabbing someone with this knife. 

It would instantly cauterize the would, so the person wouldn’t bleed, so it’s not very useful.

if you want information it is

and above, in order, we see a gryffindor, a ravenclaw, and a slytherin

The Hufflepuff is just excited about toast

(Source: picapixels)

• Posted Friday Apr 4 4pm  374,469 notes

 
 

princessgeorge replied to your video “This video made me all teary. What a wonderful way to deal with…”

What’s a Hello Dolly bar??? Because there are good GF graham crackers, you see. Also, this video is lovely.

Oooh, Hello Dolly bars are the best! I’ve seen them called “magic bars” or seven layer bars,” but I’ve always known them as Hello Dolly bars. They are delicious, delicious crack :)

It’s a one-pan bar: graham cracker crust, pour sweetened condensed milk over it, drop in chocolate chips and shredded coconut. (Recipes often include nuts — walnuts or pecans — and butterscotch chips. I don’t include either as butterscotch is gross and nuts have NO BUSINESS IN BAKED GOODS.)

Smitten Kitchen has a good recipe (despite the two bad ingredients listed above) here. I also recommend letting them sit in the fridge before cutting (and even after cutting) as they’re a bit difficult to cut. 

Friday Apr 4 12pm  2 notes

 
 

Watch

This video made me all teary. What a wonderful way to deal with haters.
And I’m definitely overdue for some Honey Maid graham crackers. Maybe I’ll even make Hello Dolly bars this weekend.

Posted Friday Apr 4 11am  6 notes with

 
 

fit-andfilthy:

Here’s a version of Van Gogh’s Starry Night created using thousands of curled up strips of paper. Susan Myers used a process called paper quilling to painstakingly build up her version of the piece.

THIS IS AMAZING

OOOOH. I’ve loved quilling since fifth grade when we learned how to do it on a homesteading field trip. This is stunning. 

Here’s her blog post on the project.

(Source: jonwithabullet, via pricklylegs)

Posted Thursday Apr 3 11am  104,528 notes

 
 

Hobby Lobby's contraception hypocrisy

Posted Thursday Apr 3 11am  8 notes

 
 

Poll: What Are Your Favorite Fan Videos?

Send me all the links for ANY and ALL fandoms!

Tuesday Apr 1 3pm  9 notes

 
 

"The ‘wide-set vagina’ [line] is one I have a special affection for because that’s the line we had to throw ourselves in front of the train tracks with the MPAA [for], because they didn’t want to let us keep that line. We made a whole stink about them being sexist because ‘Anchorman’ had Will Ferrell walking around with an erection. Like, you really think a teenage girl speaking about her anatomy [is the problem]? We threw everything at them, and they finally said, ‘FINE! You can keep the line.’"

We talked to a whole slew of folks (director Mark Waters! Damian! Aaron Samuels! Kevin G! Gretchen Wieners!) about making Mean Girls — all in honor of the movie’s 10th (!!) anniversary. (via entertainmentweekly)

Posted Tuesday Apr 1 1pm  899 notes

 
 

sullenaquarian:

Robin Scherbatsky is a beautiful, intelligent, accomplished woman. However, for 14 years she apparently has not been able to have a successful relationship with a man who supports her career and isn’t interested in having kids and would love to travel the world with her. No, apparently Robin is like Mary in It’s a Wonderful Life if she had never met George Bailey—the lonely spinster who would have spent her life in the library. 

I stopped watching the show after Barney’s proposal. I was so angry that the writers gave the message that it was okay that Barney had spent months manipulating Robin, with a deliberate intent to hurt her, because OMG HE PROPOSED! IT’S SO ROMANTIC!

So sadly, I’m not completely surprised that, in the end, the writers threw out any characterization of Robin as an independent woman who knew what she wanted from and in her life and went back to the idea that she’s just a prop for the male character’s development (Ted/Barney), and his trophy for the end of their particular journey.

(via stars-inthe-sky)

Tuesday Apr 1 10am  19 notes

 
 
 
 
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