One Spark Will Shock the World.
A college student working as an RA who spends too much time on the internet and watching bad tv. On this blog you will find as many random thoughts I have through out my day (and night) and anything and everything that I love. You've been warned. users online

kaniehtiio:

love is an open door

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“I’ll tell you, the really humbling moment is the moment that you get home from the Golden Globes or the BAFTAs or the Oscars, and you sit on your bed, which is the same crappy IKEA bed you’ve had since you were 18, and you put on an old episode of “Family Guy,” and you have a frozen meal … and you’re trying not to get macaroni and cheese on your thousand-dollar gown.”

“I’ll tell you, the really humbling moment is the moment that you get home from the Golden Globes or the BAFTAs or the Oscars, and you sit on your bed, which is the same crappy IKEA bed you’ve had since you were 18, and you put on an old episode of “Family Guy,” and you have a frozen meal … and you’re trying not to get macaroni and cheese on your thousand-dollar gown.”

She believed she could, so she did. #mondaymantra #finalsweekgrind #gvsusenioryear

She believed she could, so she did. #mondaymantra #finalsweekgrind #gvsusenioryear

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Ted, I’ve been trying to tell you this for years. Your bacon allergy is a lie your mother made up so you’d eat healthy as a kid.

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"I think Natalie Portman said something brilliant about modern-day female action heroes, about how even though they’re strong you need to also see the messiness of everyday life, that complexity. Even with Peggy Carter… Can we see her have a really shit day, put her pyjamas on and eat loads of ice cream and weep into chick flick? Can we have her be neurotic, hysterical, funny, depressed and all those things that we all relate to that aren’t regularly depicted because they’re not seen as sexy or comfortable for men to watch and masturbate over?"
Hayley Atwell, on Why female action heroes are more than fodder for male fantasies. (via peggyleads)
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sanityisforthesane:

 #COME PATRIOTIC CAPTAIN #I SHALL TEACH YOU THE DANCE OF MY PEOPLE #AND WE SHALL FEAST AND JEST MERRILY #thor i think i broke a rib can this wait #NAY

sanityisforthesane:

 #COME PATRIOTIC CAPTAIN #I SHALL TEACH YOU THE DANCE OF MY PEOPLE #AND WE SHALL FEAST AND JEST MERRILY #thor i think i broke a rib can this wait #NAY

The mirror is in every room in the ballet world, because ballet dancers are constantly looking at themselves, studying themselves, and maybe even judging themselves. All the time. So it was very clear to me that the mirror was a major character in this film. And the film is also about doubles. Your reflection is your double, isn’t it? So it just became a really important part of the film. And very early on we started to think of all the different types of tricks we could do with mirrors. - Darren Aronofsky

saucefactory:

babbleon:

Someone should write a story based on these photos, is all I’m saying.

THREESOME THREESOME THREEEEEESOOOOOOOMMMMMEEEEE

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So for my class project, I decided to compare how people identify online and how they identify themselves. What first started out as a study into race, quickly turned into something way bigger. The first photo is a word cloud of how a certain set of people identified racially. The second, are words used to describe the same set of people by 5 of my friends and colleagues. Second ones a little bigger right? Yeah, a lot bigger! 

We think that places like Facebook and Twitter advertise ways to ‘share yourself’ and ‘express who you really are’, but that’s not what really happen. What happen is people get labeled with stereotypes, identities and behaviors by other online users with no way to combat it. Yes, social media has allowed us to explore and show new and different sides of ourselves, but it has also caused stereotypes and problematic representations to be continued. 

So I challenge you, the next time you see a profile picture or a face on a page, think about the labels and characteristics you’ve associated with them in just one glance. Think about what society has taught you about people who look like them, and why we can so easily label and stereotype people with just once glance. 

montypythonandtheholyblog:

i’ve never been in love but i’ve seen captain america 2

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