too sweet to die

Jul 26

(Source: yeahiwasintheshit, via redneckzilla)

designstroy:

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designstroy:

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bad-postcards:

EARLY RAQUEL

Hollywood Wax Museum
Raquel Welch as she appeared in her first starring roll “Fantastic Voyage”

bad-postcards:

EARLY RAQUEL

Hollywood Wax Museum

Raquel Welch as she appeared in her first starring roll “Fantastic Voyage”

qualx:

the best thing about oitnb is what if the theme song was sung by animal the muppet

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Jul 25

Why I Have To Be So "Rude" -

Ostensibly, the success of Magic!’s “Rude” can at least partially be explained by the history of American top 40’s irregular dabbles in reggae, which have tended to appear in the form of one-offs rather than any tangible wave: “I Can See Clearly Now” in 1973, “Red Red Wine” in 1984, Shaggy in 2000. But “Rude” is a reggae song the way a gas station taquito is a formal expression of Mexican cuisine, and I think, if we’re going to situate the song in some larger context, “Rude” is most interesting as an artifact in the realm of ideas.

Jul 24

[video]

avcinfla:

My sister seems to be enjoying “The Killing.”

That bothered me as well.

avcinfla:

My sister seems to be enjoying “The Killing.”

That bothered me as well.

liartownusa:

This. What to Say When You’ve Got Absolutely Nothing Intelligent to Add 

liartownusa:

This. What to Say When You’ve Got Absolutely Nothing Intelligent to Add 

designstroy:

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designstroy:

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peoplewithcats:

Dolly Parton, 1960.

peoplewithcats:

Dolly Parton, 1960.

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