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“When we were doing the scene, because of the embrace, I never got to see the work that Tony was doing. So I was really struck the first time I saw the episode by the level of intensity of what he was experiencing.” - Kerry Washington (x)

(Source: mintysmiscellany, via weekdaywarri0r)

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There’s no such thing as: 

  • Using too much conditioner
  • putting on too much eyeliner
  • wearing too much black
  • being too nervous/sad/angry/happy about someone/something
  • liking a band “too much”
  • falling for someone too fast/too hard.

just remember that ok

is 25 litres of eyeliner too much

friend I’m not sure how you put on your eyeliner but I sure as hell don’t measure mine in litres

there is such a thing as too much conditioner trust me when i was a kid i used to use 2 handfuls of conditioner every day on the top of my head …let me tell you my hair was slick with oil 24/7 it was disgusting

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This is New York. A city that can be at once deeply familiar but also newly restless on the same block. A city whose very material for being is serendipity. A giver of anonymity and a giver of the densest participation in humanity.


This is New York. We come here unfinished, looking to the city for answers, for solitude, assignment, and for reward — looking for someplace to finish our sentences.


This is a city I came to with aspiration, and a city I return to aspiring to be inspired again. Of all the cities, it may be New York who is the most unflappable, the most infallible, the most impenetrable, but the most loyal and the most forgiving. As such, it is New York City itself who is unfinished, its unkempt seams and its unsmooth asphalt, its uptown arts and its devoted downtown, living undone, side by side.


Liz Danzico's love letter to New York, inspired by the E.B. White classic, is a thing of beauty.

Complement with Zadie Smith’s exquisite love-hate letter to the city.

(Source: explore-blog)

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