Saturday, April 19, 2014

i/r/t COLDEST GIRL IN COLDTOWN

  • Jenn: But wait, what do you think happens? Does she become a vampire?
  • Molly: I don't know. Probably not.
  • Jenn: I think probably not too -- but then what happens to their LOOOOVE? They can't be together forever if she's human!
  • Molly: They can still be together for a while. She's only in high school.
  • Jenn: True.
  • Molly: Did you learn nothing from Buffy?

lillithwithdiamonds:

Firefly

Favorite quotes

WAIT YOU GUYS.

Doesn’t Jayne say “Pretty cunning”?

Have I been wrong about this all this time?

(Source: yukimonsters)

Friday, April 18, 2014
My streak of being unable to watch this movie without crying continues.
"Although I’ve dedicated my life to god and his goodness, secretly I love throwing oranges at our priest."

My streak of being unable to watch this movie without crying continues.

"Although I’ve dedicated my life to god and his goodness, secretly I love throwing oranges at our priest."

thefeministbookclub:

folkinz:

Trailer for Obvious Child starring Jenny Slate.

I would like Jenny Slate to be the new queen of Rom-Coms, please.

Folkinz really nailed it with the hashtags on this one, so just go check his out please. This trailer almost made me cry sort of. I guess I really wanna see this even though it’ll give me feelings. I love Jenny Slate a lot, i’m a big fan. hh

JENNY SLATE FOR EVERYTHING.

He almost saves this at the end but what really disappoints me is that “how you took that as an insult” bit. She asked a question. Obviously I can’t hear tone through a gifset but she asked a perfectly legitimate question and he tried, defensively, to turn it around on her, make it her problem that he has stupidly limited ideas about what’s masculine and what’s feminine.

SMART UP, GARFIELD.

Also I might be irritable because I just watched The Amazing Spider-Man earlier this week and it takes place in what might be the whitest fake New York EVER and really, I am tired of roles that do nothing with Sally Field but make her cry.

(Source: andrewgarfielddaily)

wordbookstores:

Tonight in BK, Nathan Pyle polled the audience on their NYC pet peeves and etiquette snafus. Top of the list? Don’t check your texts on the subway steps!

Good thing I wasn’t there because I would have been the jerk shouting IT’S A SIDEWALK, NOT A SIDEBIKE!

wsswatson:

fk4eva:

marinashutup:

in which the actor who plays one of television’s least likeable characters is actually super considerate and cool

How can he be such a despicable cunt, then…

Everything this kid does on the internet lately is amazing. The Instagram photo bomb kept a bad mood at bay for an ENTIRE DAY.

(Source: kazuos)

daricemoore:

via 
We’re right to push for diversity, we have to, but it is only step one of a long journey. Lack of racial diversity is a symptom. The underlying illness is institutional racism. It walks hand in hand with sexism, cissexism, homophobia, and classism. To go beyond this same conversation we keep having, again and again, beyond tokens and quick fixes, requires us to look the illness in the face and destroy it. This is work for white people and people of color to do, sometimes together, sometimes apart. It’s work for writers, agents, editors, artists, fans, executives, interns, directors, and publicists. It’s work for reviewers, educators, administrators. It means taking courageous, real-world steps, not just changing mission statements or submissions guidelines.

Daniel José Older, "Diversity Is Not Enough: Race, Power Publishing" (via annaverity)

love Older, & love this.

(via jennirl)

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

bookavore:

brienneoftarth:

"What does it feel like to be a tall actress?" - x

Jeez, even Brienne of Tarth can’t find pants?! I give up. Fuck pants.

The extra absurd thing about this is that I am an average-height lady-human and unless I look for “ankle-length” pants, all pants are 4 to 6 inches too long for me.

IT’S A PANTSPIRACY.

THE PANTRIARCHY DOESN’T WANT US TO WEAR PANTS.