Beautifully Dysfunctional

Why hello there, friend!

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deanplease:

foreverforelsket:

someone on here actually has the same kind of tummy as me and she looks beautiful and I started to cry a little because I never see pretty models with my tummy wow

These women are all genuinely gorgeous.

Loveable.

Fuckable.

And not in a “Go equality!” way that expands the definition of beautiful and sexy.

They’re just beautiful and sexy as part of the actual definition of beauty and sexiness.

Just because some people have an incorrectly narrow standard of beauty doesn’t mean these women are not beautiful. They are. Their bodies are lovely. Touchable. Desirable. Exactly as they are

It’s just that some people cannot perceive it. 

(Source: fullerfigurefullerbust, via aaugirl3)

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miscperson:

hello-darling-assbutts:

elementsheep:

disneymagiclaughter:

Aladdin, 1992
The opening scene with the street merchant was completely unscripted. Robin Williams was brought into the sound stage and was asked to stand behind a table that had several objects on it and a bed sheet covering them all. The animators asked him to lift the sheet, and without looking take an object from the table and describe it in character. Much of the material in that recording session was not appropriate for a Disney film. 

"Combination hookah and coffee maker, also makes julienne fries!  It will not break! It will not- …. it broke."
that line used to just kill me as a kid and now it’s better because it was unscripted and he probably broke the prop

If you dont love Robin Williams you are wrong

I want that recording session unedited…who’s soul do I have to sell?

miscperson:

hello-darling-assbutts:

elementsheep:

disneymagiclaughter:

Aladdin, 1992

The opening scene with the street merchant was completely unscripted. Robin Williams was brought into the sound stage and was asked to stand behind a table that had several objects on it and a bed sheet covering them all. The animators asked him to lift the sheet, and without looking take an object from the table and describe it in character. Much of the material in that recording session was not appropriate for a Disney film. 

"Combination hookah and coffee maker, also makes julienne fries!  It will not break! It will not- …. it broke."

that line used to just kill me as a kid and now it’s better because it was unscripted and he probably broke the prop

If you dont love Robin Williams you are wrong

I want that recording session unedited…who’s soul do I have to sell?

(via thecowjumpsoverpluto)

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NR says: “Daryl has a big love for Carol and vice-versa. Those two always have each other’s back. “
BIG LOVE. BIG. LOVE.
NR: “I would like to see Melissa [Carol] get nominated for her episode. I thought that was a remarkable episode — it was so well-written and directed and I thought she was great in it, as was Chad.”

Norman Reedus 

http://mashable.com/2014/07/24/norman-reedus-daryl-walking-dead-talks-comic-con-emmy/

DARYL HAS A BIG LOVE FOR CAROL !!! 

DARYL HAS A BIG LOVE FOR CAROL!!!

We make a party or what!??? 

(via mrsreedepp-lovingmisswatson)

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On Writing: Classist Characters

readingwithavengeance:

This one is for mynamesdrstuff, who asked how to write a classist character.

  • Classist characters don’t have to be mean.  As in, they don’t have to be willfully malicious about their classism.  Classism is a systemic form of prejudice in which both individuals and the society/system at large treat people differently based on their class or perceived class.  A person does not have to be cackling and twirling a handlebar mustache while kicking orphans in order to achieve this.  They can, in fact, be perfectly cordial with a world of sympathy in their eyes while telling the homeless man that they won’t hire him because he’s probably a drunk.  They can even smile while offering pay for rehab.  If they make the assumption that homeless = drunk without any proof beyond their own suppositions, they’re still classist.  So the first step to writing a classist character is to accept that a whole range of actions from well-meaning to mean-spirited fall under the classist banner.  Understand that you need to write your classist character as having motivations that span that range.  (Or, at least, a human-sized portion of it.)  Displaying classist characters too narrowly (especially if you’re narrowed in on the evil end) means that readers are going to get a warped vision of what classism is.  We need to see classists as squishy and human, not in an attempt to forgive/absolve them, but because squishy human problems need squishy human solutions.  Coming at things from a cartoon villain angle just compounds the issue.

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