Anonymous asked:
top six ways to insult boys

farandolae:

mamamantis:

  1. purposefully forget their names
  2. any time yr talking about anything outside the realm of COD, energy drinks, or football, pause and giggle and say “oh, but sorry - you wouldn’t know anything about this, right? we can change the subject”
  3. extension on #1: call him by the name of another boy w the same hair color as him. when he protests, laugh and act like he’s trying to trick u
  4. "hold this." stop acknowledging him for the remainder of the encounter until it is time to collect you bag/purse/coat/etc
  5. "sorry, what? i wasn’t listening" rinse and repeat
  6. tilt yr head. make a cute face. “awwwwww”

the boy tears in the notes are amazing

While discussing her life with George Barris, Marilyn mentioned that she would have liked to work with the French actor Gerard Philipe. Sadly they did not get the opportunity to do so as he passed away of liver cancer in 1959 at the early age of 36.

Marilyn with Elsa Maxwell, Gérard Philipe, Françoise Arnoul, Jean Marais and Arthur Miller at the ‘April in Paris’ ball at the Waldorf-Astoria on April 11,1957. 
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A rare photo of Veronica on a boat in the 1940s.
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A rare photo of Veronica on a boat in the 1940s.

vintagenatgeographic:

An Alaskan blue fox cub curls up in a bed of arctic poppies 
National Geographic | June 1956

vintagenatgeographic:

An Alaskan blue fox cub curls up in a bed of arctic poppies 

National Geographic | June 1956

slayboybunny:

dont ask me for relationship advice because i will always just tell you to break up w/ them and throw their shit in a dumpster because i do not understand the concept of allowing anyone to treat you poorly this is a zero tolerance zone 

bettyjoanperskes:

so this happened

ohcutelingerie:

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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Andre De Dienes, 1945.
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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Andre De Dienes, 1945.

Marilyn Monroe poses for Harold Lloyd during a photo shoot at Marilyn’s Los Angeles apartment by Philippe Halsman, 1952

Marilyn Monroe poses for Harold Lloyd during a photo shoot at Marilyn’s Los Angeles apartment by Philippe Halsman, 1952

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