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chickem:

lysolwipes:

just cry to make it look like you didnt sexually harass multiple girls

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whippit-princess:

lasso:

Guys seriously would you LOOK at mini Adam Scott from Boy Meets World circa 1994

was this when he was mayor

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  • emma watson: gets casted as the female lead in one of history's biggest movie franchises
  • emma watson: spends the next decade slaying as hermione granger
  • emma watson: manages to flim 8 movies as a teenager AND get amazing grades
  • emma watson: gets accepted to Brown, an IVY LEAGUE UNIVERSITY
  • emma watson: overcomes the struggle of leaving home to go to college overseas
  • emma watson: completes her degree despite always having to deal with the fact that she's a huge celebrity among regular college students
  • emma watson: delivers an empowering, wonderfully thoughtful, honest speech about gender equality
  • emma watson: is intelligent, down-to-earth, kind and sweet
  • emma watson: is also ridiculously hot
  • emma watson: is perfect human
  • crusty men living in their parents basements: shit
  • crusty men living in their parents basements: i feel so threatened rn
  • crusty men living in their parents basements: let's leak her nudes

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euo:

Lost in Translation (2003) vs. Her (2013)

Sofia Coppola and Spike Jonze were married for 4 years before divorcing in 2003. Many people believe that Lost in Translation (2003) is about their marriage, Scarlett Johansson playing Sofia, describing the events that lead to the downfall of their relationship. Similarly enough, it is speculated that Her (2013) is Spike Jonze’s response to Coppola’s depiction, showing his point of view. The films feature similar themes and shots, like the one above.

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