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Maxine Peake as Hamlet at the Royal Exchange Theatre (2014)

Maxine Peake as Hamlet at the Royal Exchange Theatre (2014)

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sunneinsplendour:

(Because it’s helpful to understand how you got into an unfortunate situation in the first place in order to extricate yourself from it, let’s preface this with the presumable origins of Strong Female Characters™.) For a certain period of time, the general assumption was…

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Don’t be afraid of number 49. That’s where you’ll find you’re not alone.

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  • Men: Not ALL men.
  • Men to their daughters: Yes, all men. Every single one of them.
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boxlunches:


The Iron Throne as described in the novels, officially endorsed by GRRM on his blog as the most accurate artistic representation thus far. By artist Marc Simonetti.

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boxlunches:

The Iron Throne as described in the novels, officially endorsed by GRRM on his blog as the most accurate artistic representation thus far. By artist Marc Simonetti.

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dreamsofcinema:

Movies I watched 2014:
212. Made in Dagenham - Nigel Cole (2010)

"It is equal pay. Equal pay is common justice, and if you two weren’t such a pair of egotistical, chauvinistic, bigoted dunderheads, you would realise that."

dreamsofcinema:

Movies I watched 2014:

212. Made in Dagenham - Nigel Cole (2010)

"It is equal pay. Equal pay is common justice, and if you two weren’t such a pair of egotistical, chauvinistic, bigoted dunderheads, you would realise that."

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“In her head, she can’t see why he wants to be with her - he should be with a skinnier girl or a prettier one. And this poor boy has no idea what’s going on: he just loves her and wants to be with her.”

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A lone African-American student waits for class to start at a newly integrated high school. Photograph by Robert W. Kelley. Clinton, Tennessee, 1956 

A lone African-American student waits for class to start at a newly integrated high school. Photograph by Robert W. Kelley. Clinton, Tennessee, 1956 

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"september 22. nothing."

— franz kafka, diaries 1914-1923 (via neptune-estate)

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