listerinezero replied to your post:You are a scholar and a gentlewoman.

You are not old we are the same age and I am super young and incredibly hip

You’re right, I take it back. I’m super hip and up on what the kids are into these days. I know all about the Mumfords and their sons and the Teen Wolves and the single directions and all of that nonsense, like the young, hip person that I am!

Autostraddle's 2014 Fall TV Preview: Queers and Women of Color All Over Your Teevee

Autostraddle’s 2014 Fall TV Preview: Queers and Women of Color All Over Your Teevee

Well this week kicks off what’s certain to be a groundbreaking fall television season, chock-full of racially diverse casts and pioneering explorations of gender identity. Lesbian representation isn’t exactly fantastic, however, especially with Pretty Little Liars and The Fosters not returning full-force until 2015 and Glee‘s premiere date TBA, and we’ve got some waiting to do for the return of…

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Some Girls is about the lives and loves of a group of quirky 16-year-old girls who play on the same school football team and live on the same inner city estate. We join them on their bumpy journey through adolescence taking in boys, sex, cliques, teachers, heartbreak, fun and even some football along the way.

At the heart of the comedy is Viva (Adelayo Adedayo, Skins), whose ambition is to “stay motivated” and become a top child psychologist on Living.

In the meantime she’s happy analysing her friends. She lives with her dad Rob (Colin Salmon - Rev, Todd Margaret, James Bond, Resident Evil) who is “hot for an old guy” and her stepmother Anna (Dolly Wells - Spy, Star Stories), a New Zealander who also happens to be Viva’s sadistic PE teacher.

Viva is great friends with Holli (Natasha Jonas - Attack The Block) whose entertaining, violent outbursts are legendary. Saz (Mandeep Dhillon - Some Dogs Bite) and Amber (Alice Felgate - The Cabin) complete the gang. They talk about everything from history homework to their ambitions in life. They share everything: their clothes, their moods, their secrets and - occasionally - their mothers’ tranquillisers.

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Filming begins on Some Girls for BBC Three

They talk about everything from history homework to their ambitions in life. They share everything: their clothes, their moods, their secrets and - occasionally - their mothers’ tranquillisers.

GUYS.

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Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) vs. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

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