I understood that reference.

Meagan. 18. Georgia. I love lots of different things.


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juanjoltaire:

This abomination is because my RP partner accidentally typed Enjolrad instead of Enjolras and I immediately screamed WHOAAAOAAAAA RADICAL as any kid who experienced the early 90s knows to do.

I know I’ll regret posting this in the morning but oop.

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thatfunnyblog:

feelin it

thatfunnyblog:

feelin it

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petite-luciole:

I’m so in love with this musical <3

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cakesandfail:

youwillneverjustbeablipintime:

whoever

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invented

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waistcoats

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seriously

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thank

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you

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It was this guy:

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Charles II, huge royal babe and 17th-century fashion icon.

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RDJ Birthday Countdown

R O B E R T  J O H N  D O W N E Y  J R.

⇒ ”World Press Tour

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slightlysalty:

OMG

THE WAY HE PUTS HIS HANDS BEHIND HIS BACK

ITS LIKE HES A LITTLE TODDLER WHO HAS JUST TATTLE TALED ON SOME OTHER KID AND FEELS REALLY PROUD OF HIMSELF AND LOOKS TO THE TEACHER BECAUSE HE FEELS HE DESERVES A “WELL DONE” STICKER ON HIS FACE

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iammorethanmemory:

Mike Warren’s sexiest scene: 1x11, Happy Endings

requested by acharmingyoungman

I chose this scene for the way Mike just takes charge, all confident and edgy and having no more bullshit. Also for leather jackets and dangerous levels of swagger.

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The film plays with time to accentuate the families’ economic differences. The Bennets’ clothes are stuck in the 1790s, while Caroline Bingley wears styles from after 1800. Audiences may not detect the difference, but Bingley’s country neighbors do. At a second ball, women ditch their earth-tone dresses for dignified white gowns like the one Caroline Bingley wore to the first one. Everyone is trying to catch up with her.

(Jacqueline Durran, Costume designer)

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