Lindy, Like the Hop
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Andrew Garfield and Amy Poehler

awesomepeoplehangingouttogether:

Andrew Garfield and Amy Poehler

The dreamiest dress of them all. 
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Jason Wu spring 2013 gown, in all its glory.
Photo: Mark Leibowitz

The dreamiest dress of them all. 

glamour:

Jason Wu spring 2013 gown, in all its glory.

Photo: Mark Leibowitz

When you see a pigeon flying straight for your head.

wheninnewyorkcity:

At first you’re like:

But then when it misses you and you need to save face in front of the people around you, you’re like:

Random Celebrity Look-Alikes, Addition Edition: Emma Stone + Something French = The Artist's Berenice Bejo

Random Celebrity Look-Alikes, Addition Edition: Emma Stone + Something French = The Artist's Berenice Bejo

At One Point in My Life, I Wanted to Be a “Magnet Scientist,” & Other Reasons This Is a Waste of a Tumblr

In light of recent events (eh hem, I got a job, y’all!), I started reminiscing about the various jobs I wanted since I was just a little girl with big…glasses. In general chronological order, here are those that I can remember:

  • Olympic gymnast. Still want to be, actually.
  • "Magnet Scientist." Or as my dad told me, a physicist. Mostly because I liked playing with the little magnet kit I got at the book fair. 
  • "Bouquetist." Once in ASP we had to draw the job we wanted, and the only thing I could draw was flowers, so I decided just for that afternoon that I wanted to be a florist. Except I didn’t know that word. 
  • Artist. But my mom was all, “Artists don’t make any money. You should be a radiologist. They don’t do anything and they make tons of money.” Also, again I could only draw flowers. 
  • Singer. First, I wanted to be the Jewish Selena. Then, I wanted to be the next Britney Spears so I could go on tour with *NSYNC and marry Lance Bass. Only one of these things came to be: I am Jewish.
  • Actress: I wanted to transition from a singer to a successful actress, so that I could be in a movie with Josh Hartnett and make him fall in love with me. 
  • Fashion designer. I can only draw flowers, remember?
  • Senator. $212k a year, for life? To make laws for things I believe in? Sounds perfect! Oh wait, I hate pantsuits.
  • Senator’s wife. My husband, Josh Hartnett, makes $212k a year for life? Ugh, he’ll probably end up being gay just like husband #1.
  • Editor-in-chief of Vogue. Couldn’t get it, wouldn’t want it.
  • SNL writer. I had a brief moment of “What am I doing? I should be in comedy! This is ALL WRONG!” during junior year of college.
  • Patisserie owner. If all goes downhill later on, I’ll always have muffins.  
I feel like I have adorable things to say about this but the words just aren’t connecting. 
Also, I know some of them have to do with the cross-body bag. 
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Photo by firstVIEW
 Chanel Fall 2012.

I feel like I have adorable things to say about this but the words just aren’t connecting. 

Also, I know some of them have to do with the cross-body bag. 

wmagazine:

Photo by firstVIEW

 Chanel Fall 2012.

Style for me is a casual way of putting something on. It’s not thought out but needs to suit your way of life. Now I like wearing the same sweater over and over again, then taking it off when it’s smelly.
charlotte gainsbourg (via sarazucker)

DOWNTON VALENTINES!!!!

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Printable Downton Abbey Valentines! You’re welcome. With love from comic artist Chad Thomas. (Follow him on Tumblr here.)

(On the subject, we’ll be live-tweeting this weekend’s episode, per the usual—hijinks that got us a mention in the Extra-Starch Gazette this week! Ahead of Sunday, get caught up with our spirited recaps, here.)