bundere:

"stop making your sexuality/gender/etc the defining part of your personality" - someone who has never felt the intense relief and joy that comes with discovering that there’s a word for these feelings you have had all these years. someone who has never been had to learn how to embrace something that society has told them was unnatural or sinful. 

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whatsadrexel asked:

Thanks for the reblog!

Blue-Eyed Girl Wonder Answer:

Yeah, no problem! Trying to reboot my Tumblr life and Boyhood recently graced my eyeballs, so thank you.

replicants6:

“Seize the moment”? I’m kind of thinking, It’s the other way around…You know, like the moment seizes us.

Yeah, I know. It’s constant. The moment…It’s just…It’s always right now.”

Boyhood (2014)

whatsadrexel:

I am not a Richard Linklater fan at all. Almost every movie I’ve seen of his has been a major snoozefest. Having said that, I went into this movie with beyond low expectations but, came out pleasantly surprised. To sum up this movie, it’s a near 3-hour film about nothing. Technically, it is about growing up, however, nothing too exciting really happens and not much conflict occurs, yet I was thoroughly entertained throughout. The fact that this movie took 12 years to film is pretty groundbreaking. The transitions and time jumps run very smoothly. However, the kid that we’re following doesn’t really hold up acting-wise. In fact, his character gets a little boring as the movie goes on and it was hard for me to care about what he’s going through. Luckily, there are other characters that pick up the slack, especially Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke. As good and original as this movie is, I don’t think I can truly recommend it due to it’s length and slow pacing. If, and only if, you have the time to kill, it’ll be worth it.  B

Easily one of the best movies I’ve ever seen.

whatsadrexel:

I am not a Richard Linklater fan at all. Almost every movie I’ve seen of his has been a major snoozefest. Having said that, I went into this movie with beyond low expectations but, came out pleasantly surprised. To sum up this movie, it’s a near 3-hour film about nothing. Technically, it is about growing up, however, nothing too exciting really happens and not much conflict occurs, yet I was thoroughly entertained throughout. The fact that this movie took 12 years to film is pretty groundbreaking. The transitions and time jumps run very smoothly. However, the kid that we’re following doesn’t really hold up acting-wise. In fact, his character gets a little boring as the movie goes on and it was hard for me to care about what he’s going through. Luckily, there are other characters that pick up the slack, especially Patricia Arquette and Ethan Hawke. As good and original as this movie is, I don’t think I can truly recommend it due to it’s length and slow pacing. If, and only if, you have the time to kill, it’ll be worth it.

B

Easily one of the best movies I’ve ever seen.

131-di:

miss-all-mad-here:

allons-ytobakerstreet:

presidentobarna:

leaf-jelly:

131-di:

illogicalhumanoid:

brickiestsurgeon:

131-di:

the contrabass saxophone is such an absurd instrument

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talk dirty to me

Have ya’ll seen the double contrabass flute before???

reblogging my own post because what in the fuck

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i give you the contrabass tuba. Why is it real. I dont know.

Know what’s even better?

HYPERBASS FLUTE

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every time I reblog this it gets better

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And then the Subcontrabass Recorder!

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thatnorthernirishfangirl:

It doesn’t matter how your day is going, you have to watch this

What the actual fuck. I love this. 

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"And by the way I do run and work out. It takes a lot of effort to look like a normal slash chubby woman."

Mindy Kaling everyone. She is my spirit animal. If you haven’t read her book you should.

(Source: monica-geller, via dehaansome)