in a quiet breathing sun-drenched room, there’s a girl wearing laughter instead of clothes. there’s a man lying on his back, hands behind his head, looking at her with something so gentle in his eyes that she cannot bear to look at him for too long. she rolls over and he makes a soft “oof” sound as her elbow meets his ribs. they both pause a soft second as she settles on top of him. “hey you” she laughs. he kisses her mouth with his eyes closed, as light as butterfly wings. “hey” she cajoles “look at me.” he can only manage for a second, their eyes meet and an entire procession of moments pass silently between them. he turns his head away, smiles and sighs “your eyes,” he murmurs quietly. his chest rises and falls beneath hers. “i’m fucked.” 





the miranda priestly-esque network exec should have kids with mommy issues bc really now she is the textbook definition of absentee mother

and i might make a girl maybe, maybe one that wants to do theatre and passion projects and only wants to make ~~art~~ that has an agent that’s like ‘yeah ok art is good, but you have bills to pay.’

network exec in her early fifties aka the one who cancelled firefly aka the one who will cancel all ur faves aka the one that has a tumblr meme about her being the #worst aka the antichrist?????????????


"On our very first day at Harvard, a very wise Professor quoted Aristotle: "The law is reason free from passion." Well, no offense to Aristotle, but in my three years at Harvard I have come to find that passion is a key ingredient to the study and practice of law - and of life. It is with passion, courage of conviction, and strong sense of self that we take our next steps into the world, remembering that first impressions are not always correct. You must always have faith in people. And most importantly, you must always have faith in yourself."

Reese Witherspoon as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde (2001)

give me somewhere where i can play victoire weasley and use maxime van der heijden

by Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox + 3,753 plays


love this 1920’s version of the song

i have an urge to make a new character sob