" Butterflies can't see their wings. They can't see how truly beautiful they are, but everyone else can.... people are like that as well."


it makes me so happy seeing selfies that say ‘i felt cute today’ or ‘hair game strong’ it’s so good to love yourself and it’s also so hard to love yourself don’t let anyone tell you differently you’re allowed to admit you’re fucking adorable

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swag won’t pay the bills but apparently neither will your degree

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y’all getting really specific like “where are all the indie boys with messy shoulder length brown hair and blue eyes who are between 6’ and 6’4 whose favourite vampire weekend album is contra but knows mvotc is their best album and drinks their coffee black with 3.2 sugars and smokes cheap cigarettes on a balcony at 2:23 am” like….. chill

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Do you ever have that one line in a song that just means the world to you and has this deeper meaning that you feel just explains everything and then your friends listen to it and are just like that’s cool but you’re like NO  THAT LINE IS JUST EVERYTHING HOW DO YOU NOT UNDERSTAND and you realize just how much music means to you

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Kylie is disgustingly rude to her parents. She has absolutely NO idea how lucky she is to have two parents that love her, all she does is bum around with her friends trying to act ‘cool’. I don’t care that ‘she’s only 16’, I was never that disrespectful to my elders, she needs to learn some basic manners and be grateful for the people that gave her everything and more on a silver spoon. I feel horrible for the way she speaks to and treats Kris and especially Bruce.

This makes me so happy.

Anonymous said: What Marilyn Monroe and/or Audrey Hepburn biographies would you recommend?



  • Marilyn Monroe: The Biography by Donald Spoto
  • MM: Private and Undisclosed by Michelle Morgan
  • The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe by J.Randy Taraborrelli (I enjoyed this but some of the information is fishy)
  • Norma Jean: The Life of Marilyn Monroe by Fred Guiles (first edition, 1969, only)
  • Marilyn & Me by Susan Strasberg (not a biography but it’s a brilliant book and I always recommend it)


  • An Elegant Spirit by Sean Hepburn Ferrer
  • Audrey Hepburn: Fair Lady of the Screen by Ian Woodward
  • Enchantment by Donald Spoto
  • Audrey Hepburn by Barry Paris
  • Audrey: A Biography of Audrey Hepburn by Charles Higham (not as detailed as the others and it was written in the 70s, so there’s no info about UNICEF, but it’s still a good read)


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