The cold never bothered me anyway.
That is so great to hear! I am not involved. I think it will be an incredible movie. In my dreams, they would find a completely unknown cast of young people and discover the songs and story anew with them, just like they did with us. —Jonathan Groff on the news that a film adaptation of Spring Awakening will reportedly begin production this summer (x)

(Source: jgroffdaily)

fromedinburghwithlove:

There are times you forget that the city you live in has a castle…

fromedinburghwithlove:

There are times you forget that the city you live in has a castle…

posted 9 hours ago with 17 notes via osterozhna, originally from fromedinburghwithlove
#miss u bb #edinburgh #scotland #travel
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#angel haze
Shelley wrote on July 27, 1820 to Keats, commiserating as one TB sufferer to another, that he has learned ‘that you continue to wear a consumptive appearance.’ This was no mere turn of phrase. Consumption was understood as a manner of appearing, and that appearance became a staple of nineteenth-century manners. It became rude to eat heartily. It was glamorous to look sickly. […] The tubercular look had to be considered attractive once it came to be considered a mark of distinction, of breeding. […] What was once the fashion of aristrocratic femme fatales and aspiring young artists became, eventually, the province of fashion as such. Twentieth-century women’s fashions (with their cult of thinness) are the last stronghold of the metaphors associated with the romanticizing of TB in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. —

Illness as Metaphor, Susan Sontag.

So kids, next time you find yourself worrying about your lack of thigh gap, just remember: our society’s obsession with skinny models is the result of Europe’s past popularisation of a fatal illness.

(Source: the-library-and-step-on-it)

goodticklebrain:

It’s Shakespeare’s 450th birthday! Let’s celebrate! 

goodticklebrain:

It’s Shakespeare’s 450th birthday! Let’s celebrate! 

posted 10 hours ago with 5,016 notes via amy-dunnes, originally from goodticklebrain
#shakespeare
chartaimaginem:

View from Montmartre, Paris. Taken with a vintage camera.

chartaimaginem:

View from Montmartre, Paris. Taken with a vintage camera.

posted 10 hours ago with 1,844 notes via mariiiahelena, originally from chartaimaginem
#paris #france #travel

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fashion-ocd:

Blugirl Fall 2012

fashion-ocd:

Blugirl Fall 2012

posted 11 hours ago with 1,210 notes via albinwonderland, originally from fashion-ocd
#fashion

manhating-babyeater:

tell white men they look too serious

tell them to smile

tell them if they don’t want to get made fun of they should have thought of that before they left their house

tell them girls will be girls anytime they complain about our behavior

yawn dramatically when they talk

walk away from them mid-sentence

anytime they come to a decision that concerns only them, make sure they’ve really thought about from all angles. Play devils advocate.

interrogate them on all their choices, demand answers! demand justifications!

take up the whole sidewalk and make them walk around you

explain obvious things to them. speak slowly and enunciate.

feign kindness and then yell at them if they don’t give you money in return. tell them they owe you.

trip them and then yell at them when they get mad about it

tell them how cute they are when they’re angry

tell them to stop being so emotional

tell them to learn how to take a joke

tell them they’re a kill joy

(Source: manhatingbabyeater)

posted 11 hours ago with 19,603 notes via allylena, originally from manhatingbabyeater
#will do