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Celebrities taking the underground

What fucking subway is this

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"They aren’t intended to be career role models. They are moral role models. Disney movies aren’t telling girls that they should limit their aspirations to becoming princesses; they are teaching them to adopt the values of Disney princesses: kindness (Snow White), compassion (Ariel), intelligence (Belle), humility (Cinderella), courage (Merida), and determination (Tiana), among others. These are worthy attributes for boys as well as girls, but the point is that Disney isn’t steering girls toward being future trophy wives – it’s promoting values that make you a decent person, regardless of your career or lack thereof." (x)

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My nights are for overthinking, my mornings are for oversleeping
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This is literally a Tumblr classroom.



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“I’ve always liked what Thomas More said in Utopia, which is that in Utopia every person is allowed their own lifestyle and religion but no one is allowed to stand on a soapbox and tell others that theirs is right. I thought that was brilliant… Brilliant.”

jude law marry me

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I like to think
that bottom is not rock,
but actually rubber.
When I fall,
I come right back up.
Michelle K., Optimism. (via michellekpoems)

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There’s no story if there isn’t some conflict. The memorable things are usually not how pulled together everybody is. I think everybody feels lonely and trapped sometimes. I would think it’s more or less the norm.
Wes Anderson (via buildings-on-fire)

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