KEIRA KNIGHTLEY as ELIZABETH BENNET
Pride and Prejudice (2005) | Dir. Joe Wright
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I thought I was the idiot.
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Wow. Um, that was profound. Please pick up the phone so I can say sorry to your face – kind of. I’m not chicken anymore. I dunno… I’m more courageous now. Like a T-Rex! …Omigosh, that sounded so cheesy. Bye.
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some pretty asks✨
- angel; is there anyone you’d do anything for?
- galaxy; what fascinates you?
- melody; favorite artists?
- silk; what outfit makes you feel confident?
- rose; favorite flower?
- sun; favorite season
- film; favorite movie/tv show?
- gorgeous; what do you like in a person?
- diamond; favorite color?
- infatuation; first crush?
- dream; how long do you sleep on average?
- brilliant; what celebrity do people say you look like?
- perfume; favorite scent?
- fleece; have any pets?
- pigment; what color is your hair naturally? if you could dye it any color which one would you choose?
- charcoal; do you have a good relationship with your parents?
- ocean; do you take a yearly vacation?
- murky; biggest fear?
- devotion; are you taken?
- lingerie; what do you wear to bed?
- daydream; best memory?
- joy; best feeling you’ve ever experienced?
- masque; what’s your skincare routine?
- valentine; best gift you’ve ever received?
- parchment; favorite book?
- garden; do you have a garden? plants?
- oasis; dream destination?
- sense; best subject? favorite subject?
- footprints; do you want kids?
- rainbow; what’s your sexuality?
- sweater; do you prefer loose or baggy clothes?
- nail laquer; punk or pastel?
- 1975; if you could time travel to any time period, what would it be and why?
- tattoos; do you have/want and tattoos and piercings?
feel free to reblog and send me some! <3
i wrote a short story and my dad read it and it made him cry
y'know despite all the stress, panic, and anxiety I’ve experienced in the last few weeks, my skin has never been clearer ✌🏻😙
“We are introduced to STEVE ROGERS, the raggedy kid from Brooklyn: watch him flounder awkwardly through basic training, unprecedentedly transform into the world’s first superhero, balk at being turned into “a dancing monkey” for the War Department whose worth is measured in bond sales, rescue and then lose his closest friend and become the soldier that he was always meant to be.
By the time he plunges into the ocean in order to save New York from a runaway bomber that he can’t safely land, we know who Steve Rogers is: “not a perfect soldier, but a good man.” We understand the gravity of his sacrifice not as an abstract concept, but as a tangible tragedy at the cusp of victory… We understand that his revival isn’t the miraculous homecoming for an overseas veteran, but a fundamental loss of an entire lifetime.”
- Brian Hadsell for Unreality Magazine, Looking Back on Captain America: The First Avenger
10 YEARS of CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER
(premiered on July 19, 2011)
i love narratives that are two fundamentally different experiences on the first and second read. stories you have to experience at least twice bc crucial information is withheld from you the first time
it’s like the converse of dramatic irony. the audience/reader’s understanding of events is restricted by the author - you only know as much as the protagonist knows, maybe even less - until a revelation comes near the end that casts everything that happened in a different light. this is why unreliable narrators are so intriguing and mystery/thriller/horror stories are super gripping! v. underrated imo. you have to keep readers on their feet - sometimes you aren’t omniscient as a third party observer
I know nobody asked for a photoshoot of my kitten wearing the heart of the ocean but in my defense nobody told me I couldn’t either
I regret nothing.
I’m crying sksksksk
Draw me like Miette
You draw Miette?? You draw her like one of your French girls???? Oh! Oh! Ice berg for ship!
Honestly the queue and schedule post options on Tumblr are extremely underrated. No other major social networking site has the ability to do that with the same ease as Tumblr does, and we’ve had them for like a decade now. They’re fantastic features and Tumblr doesn’t get enough credit for having them.
I’m actually willing to assert that Tumblr actually has some of the best site functionality:
- queue/schedule system
- tagging that doesn’t interfere with the actual content of posts
- the ask/inbox system
- ability to make likes/following lists private
- ability to reblog posts multiple times
- the “Keep Reading” feature
- ability to easily post different media. AFAIK Tumblr is the only social media site that lets you post audio without it being a video.
- dash is always in reverse chronological order
the ability to almost entirely customize your home page is pretty neat, too
you can reblog posts an unlimited number of times, with or without new comments - twitter only lets you retweet something once or add fresh replies to bump the thread, though that still might not actually make it show up on other people’s timelines. Self reblogs for art/writing/creative content is so important really.
Are there any benefits to being a marine biologist?
I just came up with the most hilarious ask game ever, because I’m bored and think this would be comedy gold.
Send me the name of: an episode from a show, an issue of a comic, a graphic novel, a movie, a video game, a book, or some miscellaneous piece of media.
What’s going to make this hilarious is that I will then use speech to text to ramble about the requested item.
Cats are the new bosses.
This makes me happy in ways I can’t completely describe.
There was a science fiction short story with that plot. Evil Aliens hit a spaceship full of humans with a paralysis ray before boarding. The ship’s cat 1.) wasn’t affected 2.) had been entered into the system as a crew member as a joke. So, being the ranking crew member, the cat was in charge. Ship’s computer displayed the enemy ships on the tactical command touch screen and the cat swatted at the glowy dots, targeting the ships and activating the defenses.
how can you say this and not tell us the name of the story of the author because I AM DESPERATE NOW…
Everything about this post is causing me to make the same face as that cat.
I HAVE A BOOK THAT STORY IS IN!!!!! The story itself is titled “Well Worth the Money” and written by Jody Lynn Nye. The book I have is titled “Cats in Space (and Other Places)” edited by Bill Fawcett and published in 1992 by Baen Publishing Enterprises, distributed by Simon and Schuster. ISBN 0-671-72118-6. EVERY STORY IN THE BOOK IS GREAT, and I suggest if you can lay your hands on a copy you do so.
(Warning, the front cover says “In space, no one can hear you meow…” and the back cover says, “Space, the Feline Frontier.” Just in case you’re allergic to puns or something.)