I Turned You Into Me

applesandibexes:

It is 150 years since the world’s first underground railway system was created. These posters are from the London Transport Museum’s exhibition titled Poster Art 150: London Underground’s Greatest Designs. (via Brain Picker)

sheezarealjoker:

daggerpen:

sufficetogay:

youveupsettits:

get-your-ass-in-the-impala:

nurderling:

Watch this video from Cadillac. Note a few things (actor, white, rich guy, workaholic, typical cocky American, very unrealistic). This is not a parody video, they’re being completely serious.

Now watch Ford’s response.

I can’t explain it very well just please watch both of these videos okay Ford burns Cadillac so bad okay it’s so good.

"That’s the upside of giving a damn."

You better hope winter is coming, bitch. You’re gonna need it for that burn.

Holy SHIT.

Ford fucking laying down the damn law.

Ha! Go Ford.

Oh my god, FORD

<3

duessa:

gamzees-butt:

thischick25:

casinthetardis:

So, we can all admit to seeing some weird ass ads in our lives. 
But this one. This one might just take the cake for me. 
I bet you can’t guess what this is an add for at first glance
Yep. That’s right. 
TAMPAX. THIS IS AN AD FOR TAMPAX. 
Let me just let that sink in 

::slow clap::

hey whoa it finally happened, there are NO flowers or salads

THIS IS THE GREATEST TAMPON AD I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE
FOUR FOR YOU TAMPAX
YOU GO TAMPAX

duessa:

gamzees-butt:

thischick25:

casinthetardis:

So, we can all admit to seeing some weird ass ads in our lives. 

But this one. This one might just take the cake for me. 

I bet you can’t guess what this is an add for at first glance

Yep. That’s right. 

TAMPAX. THIS IS AN AD FOR TAMPAX. 

Let me just let that sink in 

::slow clap::

hey whoa it finally happened, there are NO flowers or salads

THIS IS THE GREATEST TAMPON AD I HAVE EVER SEEN IN MY LIFE

FOUR FOR YOU TAMPAX

YOU GO TAMPAX

The average prison sentence of men who kill their women partners is 2 to 6 years. Women who kill their male partners are sentenced on average to 15 years. This is despite the fact that 86% of female offenders kill in self-defense, while males are most likely to kill out of possessiveness (82%), abuse (75%) and during arguments (63%). Women are eight times more likely than men to be killed by an intimate partner.

Fact Sheet on Battered Women in Prison

(no stats given for GQ and trans* people)

janglingargot:

deviantArtist shoomlah created a redesign of Pocahontas for her gorgeous “Historical Disney Princesses” series, in which she took cues from the films as to their probable time periods, researched the dress of those periods, and redrew the Princesses in clothing with a higher (though still stylized) degree of accuracy.

She received honest critique on some elements of her Pocahontas design, from people more familiar with actual 17th century Powhatan dress and history, some of whose ancestry was rooted in that history. And, to her very great credit, she took that critique graciously to heart and chose to create an even lovelier and more historically accurate version of her design which incorporated what she had learned. She also specifically cited her own concerns over misrepresenting a real person, as opposed to a fairy tale character, as part of her explanation for the change.

No hard feelings, no anger or insecurity. Just sensible integrity, an open heart, and a willingness to expand her own horizons.

This is how you do it, guys. ♥

lucyintheskywithfandoms:

#the moment I knew I had to be indiana jones

This was actually Harrison Ford improvising. There was supposed to be a long complicated battle where he used the whip to disarm the guy, but Harrison had dysentery and it was hot and he said “Hey Steven can I just shoot him?” and Spielberg liked it so much it went in the movie.


Nine-year-old Betty Perske photographed by her mother Natalie outside of the Highland Manor School for Girls, c. 1933. Unknown to young Betty, in ten years she would begin her career as one of the most iconic and beloved film stars of all time: Lauren Bacall.

Nine-year-old Betty Perske photographed by her mother Natalie outside of the Highland Manor School for Girls, c. 1933. Unknown to young Betty, in ten years she would begin her career as one of the most iconic and beloved film stars of all time: Lauren Bacall.