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  1. thedailywhat:

Heathers Take 2 of the Day: Today in unnecessary reboots, Bravo has announced it is redeveloping Heathers, the 1988 cult classic starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater, for the small screen:
In the updated take, Heathers picks up 20 years later, with Veronica (Ryder’s character) returning home to Sherwood with her teenage daughter, who must contend with the next generation of mean girls: the Ashleys: the daughters of the surviving Heathers.
Lick it up, baby. Lick. It. Up. [hollywoodreporter]

    thedailywhat:

    Heathers Take 2 of the Day: Today in unnecessary reboots, Bravo has announced it is redeveloping Heathers, the 1988 cult classic starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater, for the small screen:

    In the updated take, Heathers picks up 20 years later, with Veronica (Ryder’s character) returning home to Sherwood with her teenage daughter, who must contend with the next generation of mean girls: the Ashleys: the daughters of the surviving Heathers.

    Lick it up, baby. Lick. It. Up. 

    [hollywoodreporter]

     
     
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  3. lectorconstante:

Al final no hubo timba. Estaréis contentos, cabrones.
(los pinta Robbie Lawrence)

    lectorconstante:

    Al final no hubo timba. Estaréis contentos, cabrones.

    (los pinta Robbie Lawrence)

     
     
  4. (Source: mrgolightly)

     
     
  5. Absolutely insane.

     
     
  6. The curves on this woman are to die for. Beyonce is phenomenal.

    The curves on this woman are to die for. Beyonce is phenomenal.

     
     
  7. platonicideal:

Emma Stone
I’ve really started to like Emma Stone as an actor, and she was definitely the best dressed at the Golden Globe Awards.

    platonicideal:

    Emma Stone

    I’ve really started to like Emma Stone as an actor, and she was definitely the best dressed at the Golden Globe Awards.

     
     
  8. Bananagrams for the win.

    Bananagrams for the win.

     
     
  9. "In [A Confession], Tolstoy related a Russian fable about a man who, being chased by a monster, jumps into a well. As the man is falling down the well, however, he sees there’s a dragon at the bottom, waiting to eat him. Right then, the man notices a branch sticking out of the wall, and he grabs onto it, and hangs. This keeps the man from falling into the dragon’s jaws, or being eaten by the monster above, but it turns out there’s another little problem. Two mice, one black and one white, are scurrying around and around the branch, nibbling it. It’s only a matter of time before they will chew through the branch, causing the man to fall. As the man contemplates his inescapable fate, he notices something else: from the end of the branch he’s holding, a few drops of honey are dripping. The man sticks out his tongue to lick them. This, Tolstoy says, is our human predicament: we’re the man clutching the branch. Death awaits us. There is no escape. And so we distract ourselves by licking whatever drops of honey come within our reach."
    — The Marriage Plot - Jeffrey Eugenides
     
     
  10. The Black Keys - Little Black Submarines

    Oh, can it be the voices calling me. They get lost and out of time.