September 15th, 2014

cloneclubsandwich:

Rachel thinks she’s amazing at prank calls

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ofyourshadow:

Orphan Black: Siobhan Sadler
Outfits

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cosima + labs

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"Can I ask you something? About us? How do you feel?"
I feel gay, I feel gay, I feel ga-a-a-a-ay.

Féminin/Féminin (2014)

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why the fuck am i crying
literally me during any situation that is slightly emotional  (via dicapriho)

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tjaw96:

If you tell me you’re going to sleep and I see you 10 minutes later on Tumblr, I understand completely.

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324b21-clone:

Graeme Manson revealed that “Hendrix” is Alison`s maiden name and Donnie took hers because her mother-in-law insisted (x)

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Alex Vause is just endlessly amused by Piper Chapman

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This [casual sexism] is a systemic problem – it starts somewhere with little girls needing to be rescued by knights, incapable of being independent. In playgrounds and kids’ parties I often hear: ‘Wow, look at her, she’s a supermodel!’ or ‘This is daddy’s princess’ or ‘You don’t need to learn another language when you look like that!’ Or, even more common: ‘You’re gonna need to lock that one up when she becomes a teenager.’ I haven’t heard much of ‘Wow, watch out you’ve got yourself a JK Rowling there; oops, here comes another Angela Merkel, Hillary Clinton, Caitlin Moran, Paula Radcliffe, or Hilary Mantel!”’ - Natascha McElhone 

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There’s an impulse with this to blame the women.
It’s not their fault. It’s as bad as if someone went to their home and pulled the covers down while they were asleep.
Tina Fey, on the nude celeb selfie leaked. (via jagweedcabbit)

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sixpenceee:

Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a way to use sound waves to levitate individual droplets of solutions (Video)

sixpenceee:

Scientists at Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a way to use sound waves to levitate individual droplets of solutions (Video)

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