I get really sad when I remember there will never be a new Breaking Bad episode in my life.
#4. 67th Academy Awards - Roger Avary & Quentin Tarantino
for Pulp Fiction (1994) - dir. Quentin Tarantino
happy thanksgiving, boners.
I miss this show
Arlington National Cemetery. November 22, 2013.
Went during my lunch break and paid my respects. Still wonder at times what the Lion of the senate would say about recent events on The Hill.
Never, ever, let anyone tell you what you can and can’t do. Prove the cynics wrong. Pity them for they have no imagination. The sky’s the limit. Your sky. Your limit. Now. Let’s dance.
so there is this big fancy holiday party at my new job, and everyone is going with their fiances or S.O, and I’ve never really been salty about my single status. Until now. This is a weird feeling. I don’t like it. I really hope this is just a phase.
This motherfucker right here. I can literally hear the “ehehehehe”.
goddamnit, all I want is a friend to go see the new Loki movie with me but they either have infants, significant others, or other obligations that trump going to see a super hero movie with me.
I need to make new friends tbh.
Happy 100th Birthday, Vivien Leigh! b. November 5, 1913 - d. July 8, 1967
"My first reaction on seeing Vivien Leigh was one of stunned disbelief. I’d thought her beautiful on screen, but was totally unprepared for the personal impact." - Bernard Braden
"She was a lovely, generous, darling friend, and I will miss her always." - Noel Coward
"I’ll never forget her arrangements. Nor her love for Alex Korda. Nor all those cats. Her ridiculous laughter, her fabulous generosity of heart, and her guts in adversity." - David Niven
"My acquaintance with the lovely Vivien Leigh was one of those friendships that endured over the years, sometimes many years passing without our meeting. My most vivid memory of her was when I was in London, and suffering that infuriating affliction of losing your balance. Not serious, but a long bore! I was in bed at the Connaught Hotel, and the phone rang and it was Vivien, who said: "Darling, here we are, both of us in bed! Isn’t it ridiculous?" We shared the same doctor, and it was he who hastened over to me to inform me of her death. He was afraid I would hear it on the TV or radio…She was without a doubt the most exquisitely beautiful woman ever. I wish I had spent more time with her in my life." - Deborah Kerr