nitratediva:

"The Plot Thickens" by William Grotz, featured on the cover of Film Fun magazine, April 1922.

nitratediva:

"The Plot Thickens" by William Grotz, featured on the cover of Film Fun magazine, April 1922.

Title:I Started Something I Couldn't Finish Artist:The Smiths

mrgolightly:

The Smiths - I Started Something I Couldn’t Finish

Mad Men Challenge
[1/8] Characters:
 Peggy Olson

"I don’t think anyone wants to be one of a hundred colors in a box."

It’s all too much and not enough at the same time.
— Jack Kerouac (via girl-violence)

(Source: each-beat)


benedictervention:

benedict-the-cumbercookie:

What do you prefer? Screen, TV or theater?

X

thank you benedictervention

I loved this bit. I think he meant, “I don’t have a preference!”

Great gifs! That last one is just adorable!

“We’ll show up at the studio at noon, and he’ll be there in the studio till four in the morning. He doesn’t stop. Long after everyone else has gone home, he’s still like remixing stuff, trying out different things. He’s like an android. I get to the point where I can’t listen to music anymore and I have to stop, but Julian doesn’t. His ear is so sharp. He’s the one with the ear for detail in this band. Creatively, he is a force to be reckoned with. He’s difficult to work with, and a lot of times he has difficulty communicating, but he’s so creative.” (Nick Valensi)

(Source: ineedirectiontoperfection)

aieon:

It may seem like I’m a sarcastic asshole 24/7, but I’m actually only a sarcastic asshole 18/7 because at night I actually have feelings.

danielkanhai:

a lot of the time at work when parents want to get their kids to behave or hurry up or something they’ll say stuff like, “don’t do that or the man will get mad,” referring to me. like they’re not getting annoyed, i am. and then the kid always looks at me with this hurt look like, “jesus christ,…

I’m not used to being loved. I wouldn’t know what to do.
F. Scott Fitzgerald, ”More Than Just A House (via 5weetsorrow)

(Source: fitzgeraldquotes)


edenliaothewomb:

Jon Hamm, photographed by Gavin Bond for GQ UK, Sep 2014.