elizaevans:

sedgewina:

Now you can take out your aggression on the theatre world’s most inescapable, troll-like composer!

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etchpea:

g-go me

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"

You will always be too much of something for someone: too big, too loud, too soft, too edgy. If you round out your edges, you lose your edge.

Apologize for mistakes. Apologize for unintentionally hurting someone — profusely. But don’t apologize for being who you are.

"

Danielle Laporte (via tr4pezeswinger)

You change the world by being yourself, Smart Girls!

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slayerdeans:

get to know me meme (five favorite actresses): melissa mccarthy [1/5]

Q: On-screen you’re fearless about your sexuality: that SNL sketch where you played Arlene, crazily hitting on her coworker…and of course, Bridesmaids.
A: One of my favorite things is playing someone who’s utterly confident — even if they’re, just, like, wrong. They’re off the beaten track. They’re not polished or perfect, but they’re so solid in their shoes. They’re having the time of their life. And I always think, Now, that’s someone who’s interesting. They don’t give a shit what they’re supposed to be, or how they’re supposed to look. I find them mesmerizing. I think there’s greatness in not caring what other people think. (x)

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time-dimensions-adventure:

Neon Movie Posters

Love

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iloveoldmagazines:

Ebony
1974 Vol. 29, No. 10

Damn, Ella. Respect upped.

iloveoldmagazines:

Ebony

1974 Vol. 29, No. 10

Damn, Ella. Respect upped.

the60sbazaar:

Stars of Sixties television show Bewitched Elizabeth Montgomery and Agnes Moorehead 

elizaevans

the60sbazaar:

Stars of Sixties television show Bewitched Elizabeth Montgomery and Agnes Moorehead 

elizaevans

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GPOY

GPOY

"You don’t need to be
someone else’s universe
to be able to see
that you are a galaxy.

You don’t need to be
someone else’s light
to be able to appreciate
the way you shine."

m.v., For every girl that ever felt she wasn’t enough. (via nonelikejesus)

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