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James Dean photographed by Dennis Stock, 1955.

James Dean photographed by Dennis Stock, 1955.

James Dean photographed by Dennis Stock, 1955.

James Dean photographed by Dennis Stock, 1955.
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nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
nitratediva:

Harold Clayton Lloyd
(April 20, 1893 – ∞)

"My character symbolized something important. I symbolized the little, struggling man, working at menial types of jobs…. He was really no different from anybody else. But he did things that other people would like to have done."
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lokilaufeysonthefrostgiant:

drunkonfairyblood:

bringingsherlockbach:

Celebrities taking the underground

What fucking subway is this
lokilaufeysonthefrostgiant:

drunkonfairyblood:

bringingsherlockbach:

Celebrities taking the underground

What fucking subway is this
lokilaufeysonthefrostgiant:

drunkonfairyblood:

bringingsherlockbach:

Celebrities taking the underground

What fucking subway is this
lokilaufeysonthefrostgiant:

drunkonfairyblood:

bringingsherlockbach:

Celebrities taking the underground

What fucking subway is this
lokilaufeysonthefrostgiant:

drunkonfairyblood:

bringingsherlockbach:

Celebrities taking the underground

What fucking subway is this
lokilaufeysonthefrostgiant:

drunkonfairyblood:

bringingsherlockbach:

Celebrities taking the underground

What fucking subway is this
lokilaufeysonthefrostgiant:

drunkonfairyblood:

bringingsherlockbach:

Celebrities taking the underground

What fucking subway is this
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"Modern life is so thin and shallow and fake. I look forward to when developers go bankrupt, Japan gets poorer and wild grasses take over."
Hayao Miyazaki (via awelltraveledwoman)
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zoeyandjasper:

Never go on adventures without your trusty sidekick. xoxo Zoey and Jasper
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Matthew McConaughey for 2013 GQ Men of the Year

Matthew McConaughey for 2013 GQ Men of the Year

Matthew McConaughey for 2013 GQ Men of the Year

Matthew McConaughey for 2013 GQ Men of the Year
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psilentasincjelli:

I fucking love the way this movie portrayed anxiety and anxiety attacks (though not necessarily the way other characters reacted to them ((namely the child)) but that’s another story)
tell me anxiety isn’t a big deal when Tony fucking Stark thought he’d been poisoned the first time he had an attack
psilentasincjelli:

I fucking love the way this movie portrayed anxiety and anxiety attacks (though not necessarily the way other characters reacted to them ((namely the child)) but that’s another story)
tell me anxiety isn’t a big deal when Tony fucking Stark thought he’d been poisoned the first time he had an attack
psilentasincjelli:

I fucking love the way this movie portrayed anxiety and anxiety attacks (though not necessarily the way other characters reacted to them ((namely the child)) but that’s another story)
tell me anxiety isn’t a big deal when Tony fucking Stark thought he’d been poisoned the first time he had an attack
psilentasincjelli:

I fucking love the way this movie portrayed anxiety and anxiety attacks (though not necessarily the way other characters reacted to them ((namely the child)) but that’s another story)
tell me anxiety isn’t a big deal when Tony fucking Stark thought he’d been poisoned the first time he had an attack
psilentasincjelli:

I fucking love the way this movie portrayed anxiety and anxiety attacks (though not necessarily the way other characters reacted to them ((namely the child)) but that’s another story)
tell me anxiety isn’t a big deal when Tony fucking Stark thought he’d been poisoned the first time he had an attack
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"Remember, remember, this is now, and now, and now. Live it, feel it, cling to it. I want to become acutely aware of all I’ve taken for granted."
Sylvia Plath  (via awelltraveledwoman)