The Pie Society

i-sawgeorgestandingthere:

theescapedfish:

THANK YOU TO WHOEVER MADE THIS

finally i found it

(Source: yushi-smz, via jayneausten)

glowcloud:

jetgreguar:

mr-anxiety:

donutrabbit:

Here’s my 2nd year Calarts film!

YOu don’t even understand how big I was smiling while watching this.

oh my god my heart absolutely swelled

:)

(Source: vimeo.com, via goteamjosh)

So I was at this cast party for the show I’m doing and we were playing cards against humanity and someone put in “the female orgasm” 
and this kinda douchey guy was like “isn’t that a myth? I’m pretty sure that’s a myth.” 
And I was like

"You think it is"

Long story short the whole room exploded and I got about 28 fist bumps and I’m pretty sure I’m legendary now

kickass-hetalia:

beautifulsnk:

flomation:

PLEASE READ THIS POST

See this statue? It’s located at the Glendale Central Library. 
Big deal right? Yes. Yes it is. 

She stands here today as a memorial for the victims of the sexual slavery and abuse committed by the Japanese imperial military during WWII. Right now, Japan is running a petition to take her down.

We cannot let this happen.

Every Wednesday, the woman of Korea that were used as sexual slaves protest and cry out. However, Japan refuses to acknowledge their suffering. There have been no apologies and no recognition.

Please, please don’t let them get rid of her. Their pain deserves to be recognized and sympathized.

Luckily, There is a petition going on to save the girl and allow her to continue standing in Glendale CL. The link can be found here and you can read more about everything that she stands for here.  

Thank you so much for reading this. Even if you can’t sign this, please signal boost so other people will. 

[[A big thank you to tumblr user did-we-just-marry-thedevil for bringing this to my attention]]

If this statue is taken down, we are erasing the memories and pain of the thousands of Korean (and Chinese) sex slaves during WWII. As a Korean female myself, this is even more disheartening.

Please signal boost.

REBLOG

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For the loveliest lady I know :)

muchymozzarella:

Amazing Disney Lyrics : I’m Still Here - Treasure Planet  [more]
They can’t break me …

IT REALLY UPSETS ME HOW UNDERRATED TREASURE PLANET WAS AS A MOVIE BECAUSE IT IS ABOUT FATHER-SON RELATIONSHIPS AND HOW YOUR FAMILY DOESN’T ALWAYS HAVE TO BE BLOOD AND THE SINGLE MOTHER TRIES HER BEST AND BETWEEN ALL THE PRINCESS MOVIES THIS IS PRETTY RARE

(via aipim-aipim)

omgthatdress:

Myrtle Wilson from the Great Gatsby- I had a ton of fun doing my makeup.
TW: Gore, TW: Blood

Shameless narcissism?  Yes please

omgthatdress:

Myrtle Wilson from the Great Gatsby- I had a ton of fun doing my makeup.
TW: Gore, TW: Blood

Shameless narcissism? Yes please

epicmonkeyturd:

pokeaday:

This is what it looks like when you punch a haunted house actor in the face.  Please keep in mind that we are people you paid to jump out and scare you.  

I don’t want this to happen to anyone.

awh this makes me really sad ;~;

(via cosmic-narwhaal)

tell-the-tea:

“My mom makes me feel guilty about buying things online or spending my money (the money i earned by working by the way). I just spent $117 on an order and my heart feels like it’s being crushed with guilt. I’m happy that I’m finally able to spend money on Lolita items and I’m super excited to wear the stuff that I ordered! But there’s just this small voice in the back of my mind that says “what if it doesn’t fit right?” “what if mom is right?” “you wasted your money” or “it’s going to be a waste of money when you find out that the dress you bought doesn’t fit right.” What makes it worse is that my mom asks, once I get the package, “How much did this cost?” and I know she’ll be upset and disappointed when I tell her. It’s no use lying because I’m terrible at it. I just want to be happy with my Lolita things. ;A; I mean if it doesn’t work out I can always just sell it. If there’s someone else out there who has a parent like this please tell me how you survive? ;~;”
Please Click!

I deal with similar stuff from my mom, and I’ve found that talking to her about how bad I feel and asking her to back off a bit. As for your own feelings, you can negate those by thinking of Lolita as self care. In the same way as sunshine and exercise are good for your body, having new clothes to look forward to is a good way to take care of your mind, and both are equally important. Getting to feel happy and excited is just one of the benefits of lolita, and even if the clothes don’t fit exactly right, you’ll learn about what kind of sizes and brands work well for you and be a smarter shopper for it.

tell-the-tea:

My mom makes me feel guilty about buying things online or spending my money (the money i earned by working by the way). I just spent $117 on an order and my heart feels like it’s being crushed with guilt. I’m happy that I’m finally able to spend money on Lolita items and I’m super excited to wear the stuff that I ordered! But there’s just this small voice in the back of my mind that says “what if it doesn’t fit right?” “what if mom is right?” “you wasted your money” or “it’s going to be a waste of money when you find out that the dress you bought doesn’t fit right.” What makes it worse is that my mom asks, once I get the package, “How much did this cost?” and I know she’ll be upset and disappointed when I tell her. It’s no use lying because I’m terrible at it. I just want to be happy with my Lolita things. ;A; I mean if it doesn’t work out I can always just sell it. If there’s someone else out there who has a parent like this please tell me how you survive? ;~;”

Please Click!

I deal with similar stuff from my mom, and I’ve found that talking to her about how bad I feel and asking her to back off a bit. As for your own feelings, you can negate those by thinking of Lolita as self care. In the same way as sunshine and exercise are good for your body, having new clothes to look forward to is a good way to take care of your mind, and both are equally important. Getting to feel happy and excited is just one of the benefits of lolita, and even if the clothes don’t fit exactly right, you’ll learn about what kind of sizes and brands work well for you and be a smarter shopper for it.