HI ANON! I DON’T KNOW WHERE YOU ARE FROM and why you are on Anon for this but thank you for the question/s!
THREE QUOTES: (not exactly my faves but kind of what are ON MY MIND right now)
THREE CURRENT FAV SONGS:
THREE GOOD THINGS aka Things that I’m looking forward to:
OK BUT CAN WE GET SOME CLOSURE W/ THE WHOLE ISAAC IN FRANCE THING I FEEL LIKE CHRIS JUST LEFT HIM IN A CAFE IN PARIS WITH A BAGUETTE IN HIS HAND
Then Akbar did something that really frightened Danny. He pointed at both of his eyes with two fingers and then pointed at Danny with the same two fingers.
"That means he’s watching you," Jackson explained.
Things in Danny’s life were getting more and more frightening every day.—Melina Marchetta, The Gorgon in the Gully
People will stare. Make it worth their while → Krikor Jabotian Haute Couture | S/S ‘14
"By far, one of the best scenes in the book is where Kaling writes about the photo shoot she and Office co-star Ellie Kemper did for People’s Most Beautiful issue. When the stylist brought a trailer full of size zero gowns, Kaling found herself crying in the children’s bathroom of the public school where the photo shoot was happening. In the bathroom stall, she discovered a smear of what looked like excrement and a child’s graffiti: “This school is bulls–t!” which made her a) laugh and b) demand that the stylist alter one of the gowns to fit her. In the end photo, she’s smiling in a gorgeous fuchsia dress that the stylist had to rip down the back and alter with canvas. Looking at beautiful Kaling, though, you’d never know. It’s a sweet moment of chubby girl victory.” (via afterellen)
This is the story that truly made her my hero.
"What if I’m scared of everything for the rest of my life?" Danny asked.
"My Dad says that the things that scare us now won’t scare us when we’re older," Jackson explained. "There’ll be other things."
More things? Danny couldn’t bear the idea of more things to scare him.—Melina Marchetta, The Gorgon in the Gully
- Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society
What an odd question. If fathers are not involved in the raising of their children, who would teach young boys to simultaneously patronize women while taking credit for all their best ideas? Who would teach men to sit on the autobus in a manner that took up twice as much room as necessary?
Think of the patriotic implications if our young boys were not taught to behave in such a manner. After all, what is the British empire but an extension of the privilege of being a man writ over the world at large?
No, Not-So-Old Woman, Fathers must absolutely be involved in the upbringing of their children.
→ modanos asked: Jonathan Huberdeau or Jacob Trouba
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