July 25, 2014

The ladies of Game of Thrones attend HBO’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ panel and Q&A during Comic-Con International 2014 at San Diego on July 25th, 2014.

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July 25, 2014

celebritiesource:

Natalie Dormer & Sophie Turner | HBO’s “Game Of Thrones” Panel And Q&A - Comic-Con International 2014 on July 25, 2014

Sophie Turner’s camp counselor crush on Nat Dormer is fully giving me life, you guys.

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July 25, 2014

combatbootsandnothingelse said: 15

Wes Anderson movies, the Kennedy family, classic literature, only wearing four different colors all year (black, white, navy, and red), indie music, basically pretentious high school shit. Anything “classic” or “classy.”

July 25, 2014

Anonymous said: 11 13 16 19

11: “I wanna be PUNK ROCK. I listened to my friend’s Blink 182 CD but it had too much cursing so I switched back to Good Charlotte and sharpied my nails black. Nobody at school likes me. I got a story published in the Neopian Times, so I’m totally a professional writer now.”

13: Mostly Broadway. Sweeneyblogging on Livejournal. Community theatre escapades. Having a lot of feelings about musicals, really.

16: Mostly Amy Poehler and Seth Meyers. And politics, because that was 2008 and wowzers, was I all incensed about politics that year or WHAT. Also more community theatre escapades because that was the year I had my run of getting the lead in every single show I auditioned for. Also crushblogging and indie music.

19: Fuck, I don’t even remember. Sherlock? Checking privilege? Having bangs? That was the first year I lived in New York. It’s all kinda blurry.

July 25, 2014

Anonymous said: 17

I was actually already on Tumblr when I was 17 (jesus fucking christ I’ve been on this site too long)… pretty sure the things I blogged about most were, like,  30 Rock, stand-up, SNL (especially the Seth/Amy/Tina/Jimmy years of Weekend Update), improv, Arrested Development, etc. That was ‘09-10, I think? Add Community/Parks and Rec to that, then. SNL liveblogging every week was a huge thing. The State! That was the year I got suuuuper into The State. 

July 25, 2014
send me an age and ill tell you what i would have been blogging about when i was that old

heartofoshun:

It will no doubt be mortifying, but do it!

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July 25, 2014

redhotfool:

kellykapoors:

feariess:

Taylor gives a fan $90 while in Central Park, NYC

#go see a star war

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July 25, 2014

People who complain about how Nicki Minaj needs to get back to “serious rapping” are seriously underrating her pop jams and I stand by that statement.

July 25, 2014

All I want in this life is a movie in which Jena Malone is a grifter from the wrong side of the tracks who pulls dumb rich boy Sam Claflin into her web of deception and lies and everything is sexy and maybe there’s a murder but it’s mostly just hanging out on yachts? Kind of like The Talented Mr. Ripley, but set in 2014, and with Jena in the Matt Damon role? Shit guys don’t make me write this myself (I will write this myself if I have to)

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July 25, 2014
bellasiel:

lizdexia:

kate-jam-and-diamonds:

with Christy Turlington by Arthur Elgort for Vogue UK June 1994

Um, so I just put two and two together and apparently this very successful fashion photographer is Ansel Elgort’s dad? WHERE THE FUCK IS THE “OMG NEPOTISM” BACKLASH AGAINST THAT KID. WHY DOES NOBODY CARE ABOUT NEPOTISM WHEN MEN BENEFIT FROM IT. (I have a cooooooooooouple of ideas why but man oh man this really sums it up.)

yeah but liz you have to remember that when girls are born into privilege they’re SPOILED but when boys are born into privilege they’re PEDIGREED.

^^
I’m also pretty certain that it has to do with how quickly people are to assume that women are just worse at things than men are, and the hatred for women who are born into famous/media-type families stems from the idea that oh, they must not have been good enough to become successful the old-fashioned way, so they just got their mommy and daddy to make a couple calls. Easiest example of this double-standard: look at the way the public treats Jason Schwartzman and Nicolas Cage versus Sofia Coppola, or if you even just want to compare directors with famous families, Sofia Coppola versus Nick Cassavettes. Look at how nobody points out that Nick Kroll’s dad is an honest-to-God billionaire, or that BJ Novak’s dad is one of the most successful celebrity ghostwriters of all time, but everybody wants to talk about how Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer and Rashida Jones are just coasting on their family names. And so on.

bellasiel:

lizdexia:

kate-jam-and-diamonds:

with Christy Turlington by Arthur Elgort for Vogue UK June 1994

Um, so I just put two and two together and apparently this very successful fashion photographer is Ansel Elgort’s dad? WHERE THE FUCK IS THE “OMG NEPOTISM” BACKLASH AGAINST THAT KID. WHY DOES NOBODY CARE ABOUT NEPOTISM WHEN MEN BENEFIT FROM IT. (I have a cooooooooooouple of ideas why but man oh man this really sums it up.)

yeah but liz you have to remember that when girls are born into privilege they’re SPOILED but when boys are born into privilege they’re PEDIGREED.

^^

I’m also pretty certain that it has to do with how quickly people are to assume that women are just worse at things than men are, and the hatred for women who are born into famous/media-type families stems from the idea that oh, they must not have been good enough to become successful the old-fashioned way, so they just got their mommy and daddy to make a couple calls. Easiest example of this double-standard: look at the way the public treats Jason Schwartzman and Nicolas Cage versus Sofia Coppola, or if you even just want to compare directors with famous families, Sofia Coppola versus Nick Cassavettes. Look at how nobody points out that Nick Kroll’s dad is an honest-to-God billionaire, or that BJ Novak’s dad is one of the most successful celebrity ghostwriters of all time, but everybody wants to talk about how Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer and Rashida Jones are just coasting on their family names. And so on.

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