15 10 / 2014

urbanclictionary:

doin a group project likeimage

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15 10 / 2014

elise-nedal:

new dress

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new dress

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14 10 / 2014

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goingtonamek:

i got angry and made a thing.

Important

As a cashier who deals with this shit every day, it’s nice to see that some people actually care about us.

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13 10 / 2014

nprfreshair:

Today Neil Patrick Harris joins Fresh Air to talk about child stardom (as Doogie Howser M.D.) playing a punk rock trans woman on Broadway in Hedwig, and his new autobiography. 
In the interview shares why he was overly aware of how he carried himself when he was younger:

"Growing up, especially having done a TV show when I was younger, I was recognized more. I didn’t have 100 percent anonymity when I walked around in those years where I felt most awkward — through puberty, in my late teens where I had big ears and acne and an Adam’s apple. Maybe [I was] overly aware and conscientious of how I was carrying myself.
I wanted to be an actor who could play different types of roles, so I didn’t choose one way to carry myself. I chose a way that was … kind of Switzerland, in the middle: Stand tall, but don’t strut; walk straight. … And I was hyperaware of how I came across because I didn’t want to be overly effeminate. I didn’t want to be walking like I was a tough guy — I was oddly concerned about it.”


What’s It Like To Be Neil Patrick Harris? He Gives You Options

nprfreshair:

Today Neil Patrick Harris joins Fresh Air to talk about child stardom (as Doogie Howser M.D.) playing a punk rock trans woman on Broadway in Hedwig, and his new autobiography. 

In the interview shares why he was overly aware of how he carried himself when he was younger:

"Growing up, especially having done a TV show when I was younger, I was recognized more. I didn’t have 100 percent anonymity when I walked around in those years where I felt most awkward — through puberty, in my late teens where I had big ears and acne and an Adam’s apple. Maybe [I was] overly aware and conscientious of how I was carrying myself.

I wanted to be an actor who could play different types of roles, so I didn’t choose one way to carry myself. I chose a way that was … kind of Switzerland, in the middle: Stand tall, but don’t strut; walk straight. … And I was hyperaware of how I came across because I didn’t want to be overly effeminate. I didn’t want to be walking like I was a tough guy — I was oddly concerned about it.”

What’s It Like To Be Neil Patrick Harris? He Gives You Options

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sassypotter:

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superbmarksman:

i always end up thinking about the economic damage in superhero movies

make a movie.

the movie would be set entirely in the office of one over-worked insurance agent answering phone calls and in the window behind him we see various Super Heroes destroying things

Cast Amy Poehler

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