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Bryan Stars just posted this and put '50 shades Of Andy' as the caption....... But I Can't believe he is reading that at a concert out loud to the crowd and he is smiling as well...... I can't even. Xxxxxxxxxx

from Sacha Black

Warning: These 5 Points Will Help You Create Awesome Female Villains

Creating Credible Female Villains<what if someone wrote a book about this great villain and heroic protagonist but when they get to a certain part of the book you have to choose between two endings (both contain the surprising ending) one being happy end and one a true end.

from Etsy

ON LAYAWAY | please do not buy

Vintage 1950s Henry Rosenfeld cotton dress with colorful stripes, cross bodice, fitted waist, narrow shoulder straps, full skirt and metal back zipper. --- M E A S U R E M E N T S --- fits like: small bust: 32-34 waist: 26 hip: free length: 46 brand/maker: Henry Rosenfeld condition: excellent ✩ layaway is available for this item To ensure a good fit, please read the sizing guide: ✩ more vintage dresses ✩

from British Vogue

Christian Dior

Christian Dior's New Look, 1947. As a reaction to the rationing of World War II the new look, using many metres of fabric, came into fashion. It was a return to the classic feminine shape, emphasising the bust and hips, with a tiny waist. I love how glamorous this looks with the tiny jacket and voluminous skirt.

Jean Patchett in Christian Dior's blue and white satin evening gown and stole, photo by Toni Frissell, Vogue1951


Road trip

Joli diner en forme de juke-box pastel sur la route pour aller à Vegas

-some child of satan and Nikki Six who has me under a spell. Or whatever my people called him. xD

from It's ME

50 ways to take a break

Einfach mal PAUSE machen!

from the Guardian

The 100 greatest novels of all time: The list

"You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.” -Harper Lee

“No book is really worth reading at the age of ten which is not equally – and often far more – worth reading at the age of fifty and beyond.” ― C.S. Lewis