Fall 2014 fashion: Scout’s ham costume from To Kill A Mockingbird


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Drake and Nicki.

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Ezra Koenig’s 10 Commandments (Q Magazine, October 2014 issue)


Ezra Koenig’s 10 Commandments (Q Magazine, October 2014 issue)


alright now i used to hate pitbull because it seemed like the right thing to do but you know what i never hear him doing fucked up shit. as far as i know he is really just out there living life ,enjoying himself, visiting walmarts, and spreading the cubano party into the hearts of everyone around the world, he is mr. world wide and hes having a blast and i respect and love that pitbull. pitbull if youre reading this thank you and im sorry   


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top 5 moments on mad men



-not great bob! / hell’s bells trudy!
-pizza house!
-surprise there’s an airplane here to see you!
-guy walks into an advertising agency (the whole thing)
-Roger throwing up in s1

bonus: weekend at blankenship’s

serious/all the feels:

-“it will shock you how much it never happened”
-“I will spend the rest of my life trying to hire you”
-the suitcase. whole thing. (anna/dick ‘64)
-lane’s suicide
-burger chef/moon landing/”my way”

but like c’mon, the entire series in my favorite. let’s not forget all of the priceless glenn & sally moments too.

"When I think about forever I get upset."


“Problem,” “Royals,” and Other Pop Songs Transformed into Flowery Sonnets


“Problem,” “Royals,” and Other Pop Songs Transformed into Flowery Sonnets

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Favourite Artists: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. (1841-1919)

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Finest Things


Finest Things

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Why you need strong verbs when you write 


Strong verbs improve your writing in three ways. They help you:
  1. Reduce adverbs: Choosing strong verbs helps you to be specific. You should replace an adverb and a verb with a strong verb if you can. It will improve your writing. Don’t say: “She held on tightly to the rope.” Do say: “She gripped the rope.” Don’t say: “He looked carefully at the documents.” Do say: “He examined the documents.”

  2. Avoid the passive voice: Choose specific, active verbs whenever you can. Don’t say: ‘He was said to be lying by the teacher.’ Do say: ‘The teacher accused him of lying.’

  3. Eliminate wordiness: Strong verbs help you eliminate wordiness by replacing different forms of the verb ‘to be’. They allow you to stop overusing words like ‘is’, ‘was’, ‘are’, and ‘were’. Don’t say: ‘She was the owner of a chain of restaurants.’ Do say: ‘She owned a chain of restaurants.’

If you reduce wordiness, choose specific verbs, and use the active voice, readers will be able to understand you more easily. This is what you want because the reason we write is to communicate. 
Examples of Strong Verbs
by Amanda Patterson

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St. Vincent on “Severed Crossed Fingers

My name is Michelle. /)_^(\ ohai

"Nothing's fine, I'm torn."

"I'm a modern girl, but I fold in half so easily."