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Apr 23 '14
kittyinva:

lesanneeselegantes:

Mary Astor

Kittyinva: Lovely early 1920’s afternoon frock and hat.

kittyinva:

lesanneeselegantes:

Mary Astor

Kittyinva: Lovely early 1920’s afternoon frock and hat.

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Apr 23 '14

fripperiesandfobs:

Muff and cape with Worth skirt, 1890’s

From the collection of Alexandre Vassiliev via Fashion Blog

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Apr 23 '14

wet-chrome:

I always feel like I should apologize for my personal posts, but then I realize that I have Ultimate Blog Power. I can write an essay about how sad I am and then post ten pictures of dogs rollerblading. You can’t stop me.

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Apr 23 '14

annabellioncourt:

plz-no:

Simultaneously the worst and best movie ever made

Actually one of my teachers watched every single version of Romeo and Juliet with the original text in front of him to prove that this was the worst version, but to his great dismay its the most accurate film adaptation of it, with the lines closest to the original text and most similar stage direction and relayed emotions.

He proceeded to show it to us in class.

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Apr 23 '14
fripperiesandfobs:

Cocktail dress ca. 1950
From the Kent State University Museum Pinterest

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Apr 23 '14

Anonymous asked:

Hello BuzzFeed! What is your favorite sport? Mine's hockey!

adulthoodisokay:

buzzfeed:

Opinions vary, but a lot of us are fond of Turkish oil wrestling. It’s the national sport of Turkey!

Someone needs to take the BuzzFeed tumblr away from me.

um you were unaware of the existence of Turkish Oil Wrestling?  Buzzfeed has done a wonderful job educating us all to its wonders.

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Apr 23 '14

Someone said I should read Evelyn Waugh’s The Loved One

AndI tell ya, after doing this research, I shall. XD It was inspired by Forest Lawn, which is actually a funeral company which has major cemeteries across Los Angeles, the biggest and most notable being in Glendale.  For real they are more theme parks than cemeteries like goddamn.  so fucking tacky but trying to look nice and happy, and apparently if you go trying to find the grave of your favorite celeb, the people working there are assholes. XD 

Walt Disney is buried there, AND IT FUCKING FITS.  

That’s kind of why I liked Hollywood Forever as Inez’s final resting place, it’s completely absurd, but it recognizes its own absurdity in a weird way. xD

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Apr 23 '14

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Apr 23 '14

“I find suggestion a hell of a lot more provocative than explicit detail. You didn’t see Clark [Gable] and Vivien [Leigh] rolling around in bed in Gone With The Wind, but you saw that shit eating grin on her face the next morning and you knew damned well she’d gotten properly laid.” ― Joan Crawford

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Apr 23 '14

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Apr 23 '14

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Apr 23 '14
sunsetgun:

Celebrating Shakespeare’s birthday with one of my favorite adaptations.

sunsetgun:

Celebrating Shakespeare’s birthday with one of my favorite adaptations.

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Apr 23 '14

okay researching the people buried in the major Hollywood cemeteries has been ridiculously fascinating.

Started out just curious about where Inez would be buried, ended up learning a lot about the people who would be her contemporaries.  

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Apr 23 '14
ancientpeoples:

Limestone head of a bearded man 
89 cm by 35.6 cm by 58.4 cm. ( 35 x 14 x 23 inch.) 
Cypriotic, Archaic Period, early 6th century BC. 
Source: Metropolitan Museum

ancientpeoples:

Limestone head of a bearded man 

89 cm by 35.6 cm by 58.4 cm. ( 35 x 14 x 23 inch.) 

Cypriotic, Archaic Period, early 6th century BC. 

Source: Metropolitan Museum

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Apr 23 '14

saucymerbabe:

collections that are raw as fuck ➝ ziad ghanem f/w 2011-12

living for the fat model

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