On days like this I could just disappear,

If it weren’t for you and your love,

like nails in my feet

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Periods aren’t an excuse to get out of anything.

» People who have never experienced blood pouring out of their genitals (via wiifitting)  
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gerardswhiteconverse:

have you ever shipped something so much you just want to hit yourself in the face with a brick

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Wade: Your dad is a whole new species of stupid…

Tony: I think you took that title longer before I did Wilson!

Wade: …. Y’know you’re punting size don’t you?

Tony: You wouldn’t dare!

Clint and Peter laugh their asses off as Wade chases stumpy legged Tony around the field

Wade: GET BACK HERE YOU FUZZY LITTLE BASTARD!

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Friendly reminder that you are loved and deserve to be happy. Continue on with your day.

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queeraddictedto:

outspoken-isolation:

disneygirldreams:

majesticwatermagic:

everyday-disney-inspiration:

'You were mine.’

what gives you the right?

WHO GAVE YOU THE FREAKING RIGHT? WHO? TELL ME!!!!!!!

gO TO YOUR ROOM

THIS POST IS NOT OKAY BY ANY MEANS. WHAT THE HELL.

it’s so weird that I am sad because Toy Story 3 doesn’t fit in the photoset

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Sassy has a really bad chest cold that’s finally starting to break up now. So we’ve basically sat in front of the TV playing Lego city on our Wii U for two days.
I’ll prolly be around tonight though :)

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Amy was brought up in the world of theater, she was put on the stage from the time she was nine-months-old, her father was the director and her mother was the actress, they didn’t want baby sitters for their children, so if she wasn’t performing, she would stay in the wardrobe department or her mother used to put her in the second row center where she could watch her. And, before she was 10-years-old, she had already worked in several plays. At a young age, Amy Irving was trained at the American Conservatory Theater and Britain’s LAMDA. She made her off-Broadway debut at the age of 17 and, from that moment to date, she received critical acclaim, appearing in such plays as: “Heartbreak House” (1983), “The Road to Mecca” (1988), “Broken Glass” (1994), “The Three Sisters” (1997), “The Guys” (2002), “Ghosts” (2002) and “Celadine” (2004), among others.

In 1976, Amy made her film debut, playing “Sue Snell”, one of her most unforgettable characters in Stephen King's Carrie (1976), a classic in the horror genre, taken to the big screen by director Brian De Palma. For the next few years, Irving continued working in important films, The Fury (1978), also directed by De Palma, Voices (1979) and The Competition (1980). Later, in 1983, she gave a fine performance as “Hadass”, in Barbra Streisand's Yentl (1983), and won an Oscar nomination for her great work in that successful film. Two of her best opportunities arrived in the late 80s, when she played “Anna Anderson” in Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna (1986) and “Isabelle Grossman” in the romantic comedy, Crossing Delancey (1988); she received a Golden Globe nomination for each movie.

Amy was married to director Steven Spielberg from 1985 to 1989 and she has a son with him, Max Spielberg. And, in 1990, after her divorce, she met Brazilian director Bruno Barreto while they were working on A Show of Force (1990). They wed a few years later and they have a son (Gabriel).

Begita’s Favorite Film by Amy - Carrie (1976)

Begita’s Favorite Character by Amy - Gillian (The Fury)

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