1. Curves don’t epitomise a woman. Saying, ‘Skinny is ugly’ should be no more acceptable than saying fat is. I find all this stuff a very controlling and effective way of making women obsess over their weight, instead of exploiting their more important attributes, such as intellect, strength and power. We could be getting angry about unequal pay and unequal opportunities, but we’re too busy being told we’re not thin enough or curvy enough. We’re holding ourselves back.
    —Robyn Lawley, plus-size model  (via cherrypies)
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  2. chotronette:

Dress by
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  4. ed-pool:

Best friends by Catcoconut
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    Best friends by Catcoconut

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  8. They literally defeat the bad guy using friendship. That’s such a gloriously uncynical idea, and to make it the cornerstone of a massive franchise-starter populated by sarcastic degenerates is unexpected and affecting. So many comic-book movies focus on a lone hero who’s forced by grim fate to go it alone. Guardians of the Galaxy realizes that you only get by with a little help from your friends.
    —In which Vulture accurately sums up what is so important/amazing/perfect/necessary about Best Movie of the Summer Guardians of the Galaxy. (via whattheshea)
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  9. donthatethegeek:

How I imagine Fox was this morning…
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  10. smiling-sebastian:

    What girls look for in a guy

    -Nice hair
    -Leather jacket
    -Great taste in music
    -Laser guns
    -Pelvic sorcery
    -Peter Quill

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