Does this look like a kid's story to you?

creaseintime:

are you ready to get

creaseintime:

are you ready to get


shortstackstyle:

👑 ⭐️👑

(i made some really dumb faces for the shot timer today)


ghosturie:

patrick-stumps:

ottermatopoeia:

mattniskanenseyebrows:

OCTOBER IS NEXT WEEK

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OCTOBER IS THIS WEEK
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OCTOBER IS TOMORROW

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torrilla:

During the month of September 2014, our house in Tennessee became the base camp for Tom Hiddleston’s steady transformation into Hank Williams. I’d been hired by a film company—-whose vision of shining a gritty light on the life and times of Hank Williams piqued my interest no end—-to produce the music and assist their leading man in finding his way into the heart of one of the greatest singer-songwriters of all time.

The classically trained British actor arrived in Nashville on the fourth day of the month and the very next day climbed on a tour bus bound for Michigan and the Wheatland Music Festival, his traveling companions Claudia, myself, and a four-piece band consisting of Jerry Roe, Byron House, Pat Buchannan and Steve Fishell. Just minutes before taking part in an afternoon workshop with Sarah Jarosz, whose permission I had sought first, I asked Tom if he’d like to join us onstage and sing “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” a Hank Williams song I’d heard him practicing on the bus. I was surprised when he said yes and skillfully performed the tune before what must have been 1500 people. Later that night, with my band on the main stage, and with very little urging from me, he rendered a joyful version of “Move It On Over.” Afterward, brimming with delight, he admitted, rather boyishly, that he’d never in his life performed with a band and had loved it.

On a typical day in September, I watched him sit for a wardrobe fitting, read through four hours worth of key scenes with the director and leading lady, spend another two hours with a dialect coach, and then, in order to lose the weight needed to look Hank Williams gaunt on screen, run seven wicked miles over hilly Tennessee terrain. With those chores done, he’d then commit to six more hours of singing, over and over again, a very hard to master song like ”Lovesick Blues.” And then, when he finally unlocked the mystery of yodeling the blues, hillbilly style, and was treated to a playback of his performance responded by saying “I can do it better, let me go again.” Then came a late dinner, wolfed down before giving in to a few hours sleep. After nearly a month spent collaborating with this gifted artist, I’m as respectful of the man’s work ethic as I’m mystified by his transformational skills. Without a doubt, the filmmakers chose the right actor for the job.

And, incidentally, having Ry Cooder as a duet partner on “God I’m Missing You” on the Americana Music Awards Show was pretty damned mystical as well.

Rodney (x)

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The man. RT. “@RodneyJCrowell: pic.twitter.com/Kjcwm6YFSL


the-sockdrawer:

THANK YOU FOR 1000 FOLLOWERS!!! 

In honor of this follower milestone, we have decided that a giveaway is in order! And, why not with some of our favorite socks in the store?

Rules

  • Must be following us
  • Likes and reblogs count (Doing both doubles your chances!)
  • Reblog as many times as you like
  • Must have your ask box open
  • Must be 18 and over OR have parental permission to enter
  • Must be willing to give us your mailing address (So that we can get your socks to you!)

The winner will receive 5 pairs of our popular art socks to cozy and class up their feet! The giveaway ends Wed. October 15, 2014! If you are not confident in your luck, all of these socks are also available for purchase online at our store!

Sunflowers // Starry Night // The Scream // Mona Lisa // Birth of Venus 

Thanks again to all our sock loving followers and good luck!!!


why do actual work like editing photos when you can make OC headcanons and research which horoscopes fit which characters


aconsultingdetective:

Legit Johnlock Scenes

Plus, Greg just heard what you’re planning to do, Sherlock.


obviously-my-division:

Inspired by H.E.Shepard’s Winnie The Pooh illustrations (x) and A.A.Milne’s wisdom. (original here)


kaible:

"He’s behind me making that fucking face again. I don’t even have to turn around to know it. God damn it. I hate that goddamned stupid face he makes. God fucking damnit."

kaible:

"He’s behind me making that fucking face again. I don’t even have to turn around to know it. God damn it. I hate that goddamned stupid face he makes. God fucking damnit."

(Source: kagonekoshiro.blog86.fc2.com)


Stereotypical MBTI in fiction: a Summary 

  • INTJ: The quiet person who sits in the corner and glares. Probably doesn't know how to smile. Or flirt. Might kill people
  • INFJ: The nervous overly tidy dependable person, alternatively the quiet wise person, alternatively the one that yells a lot.
  • ISFJ: The good one. The 'group mom', usually. Very loyal and cautious. Might be overprotective.
  • ISTJ: The protector. Dependable, tends to focus on protecting loved ones above all. Traditional.
  • INTP: The nerd. The kind you put in their own locker. Very smart. The person who keeps talking even when everybody already stopped paying attention.
  • INFP: The good person. An idealist. Really enthusiastic about morals. Good protagonist.
  • ISFP: The artist. Very laid-back, casual and chill but also caring. Also a good protagonist.
  • ISTP: The person who's into things like vehicles. Needs to be active. The kind of person to jump on buildings or have a bow with arrows.
  • ENTJ: The perfect leader unless they're the antagonist which they quite probably are. Might also kill people. Good planners.
  • ENFJ: Very sweet people. Everybody likes them and they like everyone. Very determined. Know how to get what they want.
  • ESFJ: Usually highly value morals. Want everyone to have a good time. Family/friends oriented kinda people. You could say selfless.
  • ESTJ: Logical administrator, good planner. Might be workaholic. Probably will be. Not very good with feelings.
  • ENTP: The witty one. Probably also yells a lot. Very spontaneous. Very likely to be the greedy yet lovable halfway antagonist.
  • ENFP: Very enthusiastic and optimistic. Not a big fan of planning. Very spontaneous. Very fun. Comic relief character, sometimes.
  • ESFP: Party people. Want everyone to have a good time. Easily bored. Feel v. comfortable in a group.
  • ESTP: Good protagonist material. Might be kinda manipulative. Very casual and kind of carefree.