that emily lookalike is on chris hayes again
this makes me smile
“I like guns. Because unlike swords and knives, you don’t have to feel your victim die.”
i made a makeup tutorial for all my fellow feminists out there bye
Novelty Twitter Account of the Day: Feminist Taylor Swift
Check out @FeministTaylorSwift, the latest viral novelty Twitter account that parodies the songs lyrics of the pop idol singer with a feminist undertone. Since its launch by college senior and blogger Clara Beyer on June 12th, the feed has gained more than 78,000 followers after a plenty of blog and news media coverage over the weekend. For more info, check out the Know Your Meme entry.
fake movie meme → The Grey Lady, the tragic story of Helena Ravenclaw
Kristen Stewart as Helena Ravenclaw
Orlando Bloom as the Baron
diet mountain dew - lana del rey | you’re no good for me / baby, you’re no good for me / but baby i want you, i want you
here with me - the killers | your body was tanned and your hair was long / you showed me your smile and my cares were gone
young love - gavin degraw | you’re a young woman cast aside / ostracized / left on the sidewalk of my lonely life
bad idea - motion city soundtrack | i want to tell you there was no one that i ever believed in more than you / i want to know if there was anyone you ever believed in more than me
sorrowing man - city and colour | there’s blood on our hands, in this perfect madness / you’re living on borrowed time / oh, how you have lost your way
blacksheep - sneaker pimps | don’t look now, we’re branded / we’re the black sheep / sewn apart and siamese / the black sheep
let it be me - ray lamontagne | when all your faith is gone / feels like you can’t go on / let it be me, let it be me / if it’s a friend you need / let it be me
the secret’s in the telling - dashboard confessional | we are compelled to do what we must do / we are compelled to do what we have been forbidden
AU: The Doctor realises why Amy Pond’s life never made sense.
The music of Forrest Gump doesn’t merely serve as the background filler to the movie, rather, it enhances it, and helps the viewer further get a glimpse and taste the era Forrest finds himself in. The twang of the guitar in Duane Eddy’s Rebel Rouser takes us down to the Deep South in a time it brimmed with racial segregation and discrimination, while Jefferson Airplane’s Volunteers successfully strums up the vehement feelings of the late 60’s. Even though it is a diverse selection of music from a very eventful time in American, and world, history, the soundtrack of Forrest Gump somehow comes together perfectly, and, without feeling like a jumbled oldies station, further cements the brilliance of the movie.