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ethiopienne:

"sorry i didn’t respond to your text i was disenchanted with the entire human experience," a thrilling new memoir by me

can’t feel this enough

(via stonec-old)


Skirt stuffed with roses at DRESSCAMP F/W 2014

tonight was exceedingly exhausting and scary. no one deserves to be put through that. never have I been so grateful to be home on a Saturday night watching the princess bride.

@serwrach @kateebrianna (at W Burger Bar)
hopelesshoping:

Foxing- The Medic (x)
fantastico-extravaganza:

shemhazaile:

s00005aa55yah:

open up its the fbiims

this dog looks like ryan gosling 

i don’t know how i see it but i see it


if you&#8217;re a dog im a dog
fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

In terms of years, this film was Charles Chaplin’s longest undertaking. It was in production for over three years, from 31 December 1927 to 22 January 1931, although he only shot for 180 days.
City Lights (1931)
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